Software Defined Network: Security attacks and solutions for Security Enhancements
Author(s):
Dr.Sulbha Manoj Shinde, Dr. GIRISH ASHOK KULKARNI
Keywords:
SDN, firewall, DDoS, POX, authentication.
Abstract
The fundamental idea behind SDN technology is the separation of the data (forwarding) layer from the control layer. Contrary, the traditional network comprises the data layer and the control layer together. The framework of the SDN offers a logically centralized network control and its management through a central controller. The communication devices in the data layer forward traffic according to control requests. It also provides dynamic programming and reconfiguration of rules and policy settings, which decreases the risk of cybercrime attacks. The downside of SDN separation led to innovative network security challenges, such as Denial-of-Service (DoS) threats. This paper deals with main security issues of the SDN Network and it’s problems and security attacks that may affect the structure of network. Review of previous research done is also presented. Different Attempts associated with security related design issues for SDN and the future needs to secure SDN Network is also presented.
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Unique Paper ID: 163282

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 1489 - 1496
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