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Adopted by the [http://www.opencompute.org/ Open Compute Project] in 2014, ONL is the reference Network Operating System for the Open Compute Project.
 
Adopted by the [http://www.opencompute.org/ Open Compute Project] in 2014, ONL is the reference Network Operating System for the Open Compute Project.
 
= Hardware Support =
 
 
ONL currently supports 110+ Networking Switches of which many are either OCP Accepted or Inspired.
 
 
* [[http://opennetlinux.org/hcl |ONL Hardware Status]]
 
  
 
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= Certification =

Revision as of 12:12, 10 April 2020

Open Network Linux

Initially proposed at Open Compute Project Engineering Workshop in San Antonio by Big Switch Networks in 2013, Open Network Linux (ONL) is is a Linux distribution for "bare metal" switches.

Adopted by the Open Compute Project in 2014, ONL is the reference Network Operating System for the Open Compute Project.

Certification

ONL maintains a certification program for validation of network switch hardware with ONL. A designation of ONL Certified is applied to switches that pass ONL conformance testing. A separate Gold status certification is available to vendors who provide materials for ongoing testing.

The generic ONL testing guide is located Here

Documentation

For a deep dive read these pages:

Contact Us

Send questions, comments and ideas to opennetworklinux@googlegroups.com.

Join the mailing list: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/opennetworklinux.

Browse the archives https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/opennetworklinux.


Source Code

The ONL git repository is hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/opencomputeproject/OpenNetworkLinux.

Submit patches and issues directly on the GitHub page.