Do not use Microsoft txt editors to create your post-ovs file as these include extra formatting which cannot be understood by PICOS. Use only Linux editors.
In the examples below, you can copy and paste these commands to your switch and these commands will create the bridge and add the ports to the bridge. Be sure to change the interface names depending on your specific switch model; as an example ge-1/1/1 or te-1/1/1 etc.
Step1 From the CLI, enable Crossflow and create the ovs-vswitchd.conf.
Step2 Configure the ports to be Crossflow ports.
Step3 Verify that the ovs-vSwitch DB is present.
Step4 Create a bridge and add interfaces to it:
Step5 Add ports to the bridge.
Step6 Create a bond to treat all access interfaces as same:
Step7 Set OVS to be able to match the VLAN number.
Step8 Reboot the switch.
Step9 The attached file test-flows.txt which will be the new post-ovs after you edit it and copy it to the /cftmp/auto directory and rename it to post-ovs. You need to change the mode to executable via the following command.