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 Plug-ins

The legacy networking (nova-network) implementation assumed a basic model of isolation through Linux VLANs and IP tables. Networking introduces support for vendor plug-ins, which offer a custom back-end implementation of the Networking API. A plugin can use a variety of technologies to implement the logical API requests. Some networking plug-ins might use basic Linux VLANs and IP tables, while others might use more advanced technologies, such as L2-in-L3 tunneling or OpenFlow, to provide similar benefits.

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