Provided by: mininet_2.2.2-4_amd64 bug


       mn - create a Mininet network.


       mn [options]


       (type mn -h for details)

       The  mn  utility creates Mininet network from the command line. It can create parametrized
       topologies, invoke the Mininet CLI, and run tests.


       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

              default|ivs|lxbr|ovs|ovsbr|ovsk|user[,param=value...]                 ovs=OVSSwitch
              default=OVSSwitch  ovsk=OVSSwitch  lxbr=LinuxBridge  user=UserSwitch  ivs=IVSSwitch

              cfs|proc|rt[,param=value...]     rt=CPULimitedHost{'sched':     'rt'}     proc=Host
              cfs=CPULimitedHost{'sched': 'cfs'}

              default|none|nox|ovsc|ref|remote|ryu[,param=value...]            ovsc=OVSController
              none=NullController   remote=RemoteController   default=DefaultController   nox=NOX
              ryu=Ryu ref=Controller

              default|ovs|tc|tcu[,param=value...] default=Link ovs=OVSLink tcu=TCULink tc=TCLink

              linear|minimal|reversed|single|torus|tree[,param=value    ...]    linear=LinearTopo
              torus=TorusTopo                tree=TreeTopo                single=SingleSwitchTopo
              reversed=SingleSwitchReversedTopo minimal=MinimalTopo

       -c, --clean
              clean and exit

              read custom classes or params from .py file(s)


       -x, --xterms
              spawn xterms for each node

       -i IPBASE, --ipbase=IPBASE
              base IP address for hosts

       --mac  automatically set host MACs

       --arp  set all-pairs ARP entries

       -v VERBOSITY, --verbosity=VERBOSITY

              sw and ctrl in namespace?

              base port for passive switch listening

              don't use passive listening port

              CLI script to run before tests

              CLI script to run after tests

       --pin  pin hosts to CPU cores (requires --host cfs or --host rt)

       --nat  [option=val...] adds a NAT to the topology  that  connects  Mininet  hosts  to  the
              physical  network.   Warning:  This  may route any traffic on the machine that uses
              Mininet's IP subnet into the Mininet network. If you need to  change  Mininet's  IP
              subnet, see the --ipbase option.

              prints the version and exits

              run on multiple servers (experimental!)

              node placement for --cluster (experimental!)