[ovs-dev,v4,14/22] Move lib/meta-flow.h to include/openvswitch directory
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Message ID eec433f5099e9c68beabe3371f3e023658094b0b.1458688105.git.ben@skyportsystems.com
State Superseded
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ben@skyportsystems.com March 22, 2016, 11:17 p.m. UTC
From: Ben Warren <ben@skyportsystems.com>

Signed-off-by: Ben Warren <ben@skyportsystems.com>
---
 include/openvswitch/automake.mk |    1 +
 include/openvswitch/meta-flow.h | 2056 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 lib/automake.mk                 |    5 +-
 lib/bundle.c                    |    2 +-
 lib/classifier.h                |    2 +-
 lib/learn.c                     |    2 +-
 lib/meta-flow.c                 |    2 +-
 lib/meta-flow.h                 | 2056 ---------------------------------------
 lib/nx-match.c                  |    2 +-
 lib/nx-match.h                  |    2 +-
 lib/ofp-actions.c               |    2 +-
 lib/ofp-actions.h               |    2 +-
 lib/ofp-parse.c                 |    2 +-
 lib/ofp-print.c                 |    2 +-
 lib/ofp-util.c                  |    2 +-
 lib/ofp-util.h                  |    4 +-
 ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.c    |    2 +-
 ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.h    |    2 +-
 ofproto/ofproto-dpif.c          |    2 +-
 ofproto/ofproto.c               |    2 +-
 ofproto/ofproto.h               |    2 +-
 ovn/controller/ofctrl.h         |    2 +-
 ovn/controller/physical.h       |    2 +-
 ovn/controller/pinctrl.h        |    2 +-
 ovn/lib/expr.h                  |    2 +-
 ovn/lib/lex.h                   |    2 +-
 ovn/lib/logical-fields.h        |    2 +-
 utilities/ovs-ofctl.c           |    2 +-
 vswitchd/bridge.c               |    2 +-
 29 files changed, 2085 insertions(+), 2085 deletions(-)
 create mode 100644 include/openvswitch/meta-flow.h
 delete mode 100644 lib/meta-flow.h

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diff --git a/include/openvswitch/automake.mk b/include/openvswitch/automake.mk
index 0d79bb4..9990053 100644
--- a/include/openvswitch/automake.mk
+++ b/include/openvswitch/automake.mk
@@ -6,6 +6,7 @@  openvswitchinclude_HEADERS = \
 	include/openvswitch/geneve.h \
 	include/openvswitch/list.h \
 	include/openvswitch/match.h \
+	include/openvswitch/meta-flow.h \
 	include/openvswitch/ofpbuf.h \
 	include/openvswitch/ofp-errors.h \
 	include/openvswitch/ofp-parse.h \
diff --git a/include/openvswitch/meta-flow.h b/include/openvswitch/meta-flow.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3af1cb6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/include/openvswitch/meta-flow.h
@@ -0,0 +1,2056 @@ 
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Nicira, Inc.
+ *
+ * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
+ * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
+ * You may obtain a copy of the License at:
+ *
+ *     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+ *
+ * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+ * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+ * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+ * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+ * limitations under the License.
+ */
+
+#ifndef META_FLOW_H
+#define META_FLOW_H 1
+
+#include <limits.h>
+#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <netinet/in.h>
+#include <netinet/ip6.h>
+#include "openvswitch/flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/ofp-errors.h"
+#include "openvswitch/packets.h"
+#include "openvswitch/util.h"
+
+struct ds;
+struct match;
+
+/* Open vSwitch fields
+ * ===================
+ *
+ * A "field" is a property of a packet.  Most familiarly, "data fields" are
+ * fields that can be extracted from a packet.
+ *
+ * Some data fields are always present as a consequence of the basic networking
+ * technology in use.  Ethernet is the assumed base technology for current
+ * versions of OpenFlow and Open vSwitch, so Ethernet header fields are always
+ * available.
+ *
+ * Other data fields are not always present.  A packet contains ARP fields, for
+ * example, only when its Ethernet header indicates the Ethertype for ARP,
+ * 0x0806.  We say that a field is "applicable" when it is it present in a
+ * packet, and "inapplicable" when it is not, and refer to the conditions that
+ * determine whether a field is applicable as "prerequisites".  Some
+ * VLAN-related fields are a special case: these fields are always applicable,
+ * but have a designated value or bit that indicates whether a VLAN header is
+ * present, with the remaining values or bits indicating the VLAN header's
+ * content (if it is present).  See MFF_VLAN_TCI for an example.
+ *
+ * Conceptually, an inapplicable field does not have a value, not even a
+ * nominal ``value'' such as all-zero-bits.  In many circumstances, OpenFlow
+ * and Open vSwitch allow references only to applicable fields.  For example,
+ * one may match a given field only if the match includes the field's
+ * prerequisite, e.g. matching an ARP field is only allowed if one also matches
+ * on Ethertype 0x0806.
+ *
+ * (Practically, however, OVS represents a field's value as some fixed member
+ * in its "struct flow", so accessing that member will obtain some value.  Some
+ * members are used for more than one purpose, e.g. the "tp_src" member
+ * represents the TCP, UDP, and SCTP source port, so the value read may not
+ * even make sense.  For this reason, it is important to know whether a field's
+ * prerequisites are satisfied before attempting to read it.)
+ *
+ * Sometimes a packet may contain multiple instances of a header.  For example,
+ * a packet may contain multiple VLAN or MPLS headers, and tunnels can cause
+ * any data field to recur.  OpenFlow and Open vSwitch do not address these
+ * cases uniformly.  For VLAN and MPLS headers, only the outermost header is
+ * accessible, so that inner headers may be accessed only by ``popping''
+ * (removing) the outer header.  (Open vSwitch supports only a single VLAN
+ * header in any case.)  For tunnels, e.g. GRE or VXLAN, the outer header and
+ * inner headers are treated as different data fields.
+ *
+ * OpenFlow and Open vSwitch support some fields other than data fields.
+ * "Metadata fields" relate to the origin or treatment of a packet, but they
+ * are not extracted from the packet data itself.  One example is the physical
+ * port on which a packet arrived at the switch.  "Register fields" act like
+ * variables: they give an OpenFlow switch space for temporary storage while
+ * processing a packet.  Existing metadata and register fields have no
+ * prerequisites.
+ *
+ * A field's value consists of an integral number of bytes.  Most data fields
+ * are copied directly from protocol headers, e.g. at layer 2, MFF_ETH_SRC is
+ * copied from the Ethernet source address and MFF_ETH_DST from the destination
+ * address.  Other data fields are copied from a packet with padding, usually
+ * with zeros and in the most significant positions (see e.g. MFF_MPLS_LABEL)
+ * but not always (see e.g. MFF_IP_DSCP).  A final category of data fields is
+ * transformed in other ways as they are copied from the packets, to make them
+ * more useful for matching, e.g. MFF_IP_FRAG describes whether a packet is a
+ * fragment but it is not copied directly from the IP header.
+ *
+ *
+ * Field specifications
+ * ====================
+ *
+ * Each of the enumeration values below represents a field.  The comments
+ * preceding each enum must be in a stylized form that is parsed at compile
+ * time by the extract-ofp-fields program.  The comment itself consists of a
+ * series of paragraphs separate by blank lines.  The paragraphs consist of:
+ *
+ *     - The first paragraph gives the user-visible name of the field as a
+ *       quoted string.  This is the name used for parsing and formatting the
+ *       field.
+ *
+ *       For historical reasons, some fields have an additional name that is
+ *       accepted as an alternative in parsing.  This name, when there is one,
+ *       is given as a quoted string in parentheses along with "aka".  For
+ *       example:
+ *
+ *           "tun_id" (aka "tunnel_id").
+ *
+ *       New fields should have only one name.
+ *
+ *     - Any number of paragraphs of free text that describe the field.  This
+ *       is meant for human readers, so extract-ofp-fields ignores it.
+ *
+ *     - A final paragraph that consists of a series of key-value pairs, one
+ *       per line, in the form "key: value." where the period at the end of the
+ *       line is a mandatory part of the syntax.
+ *
+ * Every field must specify the following key-value pairs:
+ *
+ *   Type:
+ *
+ *     The format and size of the field's value.  Some possible values are
+ *     generic:
+ *
+ *         u8: A one-byte field.
+ *         be16: A two-byte field.
+ *         be32: A four-byte field.
+ *         be64: An eight-byte field.
+ *
+ *     The remaining values imply more about the value's semantics, though OVS
+ *     does not currently take advantage of this additional information:
+ *
+ *         MAC: A six-byte field whose value is an Ethernet address.
+ *         IPv6: A 16-byte field whose value is an IPv6 address.
+ *         tunnelMD: A variable length field, up to 124 bytes, that carries
+ *                   tunnel metadata.
+ *
+ *   Maskable:
+ *
+ *     Either "bitwise", if OVS supports matching any subset of bits in the
+ *     field, or "no", if OVS only supports matching or wildcarding the entire
+ *     field.
+ *
+ *   Formatting:
+ *
+ *     Explains how a field's value is formatted and parsed for human
+ *     consumption.  Some of the options are fairly generally useful:
+ *
+ *       decimal: Formats the value as a decimal number.  On parsing, accepts
+ *         decimal (with no prefix), hexadecimal with 0x prefix, or octal
+ *         with 0 prefix.
+ *
+ *       hexadecimal: Same as decimal except nonzero values are formatted in
+ *         hex with 0x prefix.  The default for parsing is *not* hexadecimal:
+ *         only with a 0x prefix is the input in hexadecimal.
+ *
+ *       Ethernet: Formats and accepts the common format xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx.
+ *         6-byte fields only.
+ *
+ *       IPv4: Formats and accepts the common format w.x.y.z.  4-byte fields
+ *         only.
+ *
+ *       IPv6: Formats and accepts the common IPv6 formats.  16-byte fields
+ *         only.
+ *
+ *       OpenFlow 1.0 port: Accepts an OpenFlow well-known port name
+ *         (e.g. "IN_PORT") in uppercase or lowercase, or a 16-bit port
+ *         number in decimal.  Formats ports using their well-known names in
+ *         uppercase, or in decimal otherwise.  2-byte fields only.
+ *
+ *       OpenFlow 1.1+ port: Same syntax as for OpenFlow 1.0 ports but for
+ *         4-byte OpenFlow 1.1+ port number fields.
+ *
+ *     Others are very specific to particular fields:
+ *
+ *       frag: One of the strings "no", "first", "later", "yes", "not_later"
+ *         describing which IPv4/v6 fragments are matched.
+ *
+ *       tunnel flags: Any number of the strings "df", "csum", "key", or
+ *         "oam" separated by "|".
+ *
+ *       TCP flags: See the description of tcp_flags in ovs-ofctl(8).
+ *
+ *   Prerequisites:
+ *
+ *     The field's prerequisites.  The values should be straightfoward.
+ *
+ *   Access:
+ *
+ *     Either "read-only", for a field that cannot be changed via OpenFlow, or
+ *     "read/write" for a modifiable field.
+ *
+ *   NXM:
+ *
+ *     If the field has an NXM field assignment, then this specifies the NXM
+ *     name of the field (e.g. "NXM_OF_ETH_SRC"), followed by its nxm_type in
+ *     parentheses, followed by "since v<x>.<y>" specifying the version of Open
+ *     vSwitch that first supported this field in NXM (e.g. "since v1.1" if it
+ *     was introduced in Open vSwitch 1.1).
+ *
+ *     The NXM name must begin with NXM_OF_ or NXM_NX_.  This allows OVS to
+ *     determine the correct NXM class.
+ *
+ *     If the field does not have an NXM field assignment, specify "none".
+ *
+ *   OXM:
+ *
+ *     If the field has an OXM field assignment, then this specifies the OXM
+ *     name of the field (e.g. "OXM_OF_ETH_SRC"), followed by its nxm_type in
+ *     parentheses, followed by "since OF<a>.<b> v<x>.<y>" specifying the
+ *     versions of OpenFlow and Open vSwitch that first supported this field in
+ *     OXM (e.g. "since OF1.3 and v1.10" if it was introduced in OpenFlow 1.3
+ *     and first supported by Open vSwitch in version 1.10).
+ *
+ *     Some fields have more than one OXM field assignment.  For example,
+ *     actset_output has an experimenter OXM assignment in OpenFlow 1.3 and a
+ *     standard OXM assignment in OpenFlow 1.5.  In such a case, specify both,
+ *     separated by commas.
+ *
+ *     OVS uses the start of the OXM field name to determine the correct OXM
+ *     class.  To support a new OXM class, edit the mapping table in
+ *     build-aux/extract-ofp-fields.
+ *
+ *     If the field does not have an OXM field assignment, specify "none".
+ *
+ * The following key-value pairs are optional.  Open vSwitch already supports
+ * all the fields to which they apply, so new fields should probably not
+ * include these pairs:
+ *
+ *   OF1.0:
+ *
+ *     Specify this as "exact match" if OpenFlow 1.0 can match or wildcard the
+ *     entire field, or as "CIDR mask" if OpenFlow 1.0 can match any CIDR
+ *     prefix of the field.  (OpenFlow 1.0 did not support bitwise matching.)
+ *     Omit, if OpenFlow 1.0 did not support this field.
+ *
+ *   OF1.1:
+ *
+ *     Specify this as "exact match" if OpenFlow 1.1 can match or wildcard the
+ *     entire field, or as "bitwise" if OpenFlow 1.1 can match any subset of
+ *     bits in the field.  Omit, if OpenFlow 1.1 did not support this field.
+ *
+ * The following key-value pair is optional:
+ *
+ *   Prefix lookup member:
+ *
+ *     If this field makes sense for use with classifier_set_prefix_fields(),
+ *     specify the name of the "struct flow" member that corresponds to the
+ *     field.
+ *
+ * Finally, a few "register" fields have very similar names and purposes,
+ * e.g. MFF_REG0 through MFF_REG7.  For these, the comments may be merged
+ * together using <N> as a metasyntactic variable for the numeric suffix.
+ * Lines in the comment that are specific to one of the particular fields by
+ * writing, e.g. <1>, to consider that line only for e.g. MFF_REG1.
+ */
+
+enum OVS_PACKED_ENUM mf_field_id {
+/* ## -------- ## */
+/* ## Metadata ## */
+/* ## -------- ## */
+
+    /* "dp_hash".
+     *
+     * Flow hash computed in the datapath.  Internal use only, not programmable
+     * from controller.
+     *
+     * The OXM code point for this is an attempt to test OXM experimenter
+     * support, which is otherwise difficult to test due to the dearth of use
+     * out in the wild.  Because controllers can't add flows that match on
+     * dp_hash, this doesn't commit OVS to supporting this OXM experimenter
+     * code point in the future.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_DP_HASH(35) since v2.2.
+     * OXM: NXOXM_ET_DP_HASH(0) since OF1.5 and v2.4.
+     */
+    MFF_DP_HASH,
+
+    /* "recirc_id".
+     *
+     * ID for recirculation.  The value 0 is reserved for initially received
+     * packets.  Internal use only, not programmable from controller.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_RECIRC_ID(36) since v2.2.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_RECIRC_ID,
+
+    /* "conj_id".
+     *
+     * ID for "conjunction" actions.  Please refer to ovs-ofctl(8)
+     * documentation of "conjunction" for details.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_CONJ_ID(37) since v2.4.
+     * OXM: none. */
+    MFF_CONJ_ID,
+
+    /* "tun_id" (aka "tunnel_id").
+     *
+     * The "key" or "tunnel ID" or "VNI" in a packet received via a keyed
+     * tunnel.  For protocols in which the key is shorter than 64 bits, the key
+     * is stored in the low bits and the high bits are zeroed.  For non-keyed
+     * tunnels and packets not received via a tunnel, the value is 0.
+     *
+     * Type: be64.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_ID(16) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_TUNNEL_ID(38) since OF1.3 and v1.10.
+     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.tun_id.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_ID,
+
+    /* "tun_src".
+     *
+     * The IPv4 source address in the outer IP header of a tunneled packet.
+     *
+     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv4.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_IPV4_SRC(31) since v2.0.
+     * OXM: none.
+     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.ip_src.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_SRC,
+
+    /* "tun_dst".
+     *
+     * The IPv4 destination address in the outer IP header of a tunneled
+     * packet.
+     *
+     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv4.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_IPV4_DST(32) since v2.0.
+     * OXM: none.
+     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.ip_dst.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_DST,
+
+    /* "tun_ipv6_src".
+     *
+     * The IPv6 source address in the outer IP header of a tunneled packet.
+     *
+     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
+     *
+     * Type: be128.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv6.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_IPV6_SRC(109) since v2.5.
+     * OXM: none.
+     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.ipv6_src.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_IPV6_SRC,
+
+    /* "tun_ipv6_dst".
+     *
+     * The IPv6 destination address in the outer IP header of a tunneled
+     * packet.
+     *
+     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
+     *
+     * Type: be128.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv6.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_IPV6_DST(110) since v2.5.
+     * OXM: none.
+     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.ipv6_dst.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_IPV6_DST,
+
+    /* "tun_flags".
+     *
+     * Flags representing aspects of tunnel behavior.
+     *
+     * This field currently only has a single flag defined:
+     *
+     *   - NX_TUN_FLAG_OAM: The tunnel protocol indicated that this is an
+     *                      OAM control packet.
+     *
+     * The switch may reject matches against values that it is not aware of.
+     *
+     * Note that it is possible for newer version of Open vSwitch to
+     * introduce additional flags with varying meaning. It is therefore not
+     * recommended to use an exact match on this field since the behavior of
+     * these new flags is unknown and should be ignored.
+     *
+     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
+     *
+     * Type: be16 (low 1 bits).
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: tunnel flags.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_FLAGS(104) since v2.5.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_FLAGS,
+
+    /* "tun_ttl".
+     *
+     * The TTL in the outer IP header of a tunneled packet.  Internal use only,
+     * not programmable from controller.
+     *
+     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_TTL,
+
+    /* "tun_tos".
+     *
+     * The ToS value in the outer IP header of a tunneled packet.  Internal use
+     * only, not programmable from controller.
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_TOS,
+
+    /* "tun_gbp_id".
+     *
+     * VXLAN Group Policy ID
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_GBP_ID(38) since v2.4.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_GBP_ID,
+
+    /* "tun_gbp_flags".
+     *
+     * VXLAN Group Policy flags
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_GBP_FLAGS(39) since v2.4.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_GBP_FLAGS,
+
+#if TUN_METADATA_NUM_OPTS == 64
+    /* "tun_metadata<N>".
+     *
+     * Encapsulation metadata for tunnels.
+     *
+     * Each NXM can be dynamically mapped onto a particular tunnel field using
+     * OpenFlow commands. The individual NXMs can each carry up to 124 bytes
+     * of data and a combined total of 256 across all allocated fields.
+     *
+     * Type: tunnelMD.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA0(40) since v2.5.        <0>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA1(41) since v2.5.        <1>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA2(42) since v2.5.        <2>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA3(43) since v2.5.        <3>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA4(44) since v2.5.        <4>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA5(45) since v2.5.        <5>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA6(46) since v2.5.        <6>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA7(47) since v2.5.        <7>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA8(48) since v2.5.        <8>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA9(49) since v2.5.        <9>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA10(50) since v2.5.       <10>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA11(51) since v2.5.       <11>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA12(52) since v2.5.       <12>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA13(53) since v2.5.       <13>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA14(54) since v2.5.       <14>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA15(55) since v2.5.       <15>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA16(56) since v2.5.       <16>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA17(57) since v2.5.       <17>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA18(58) since v2.5.       <18>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA19(59) since v2.5.       <19>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA20(60) since v2.5.       <20>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA21(61) since v2.5.       <21>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA22(62) since v2.5.       <22>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA23(63) since v2.5.       <23>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA24(64) since v2.5.       <24>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA25(65) since v2.5.       <25>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA26(66) since v2.5.       <26>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA27(67) since v2.5.       <27>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA28(68) since v2.5.       <28>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA29(69) since v2.5.       <29>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA30(70) since v2.5.       <30>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA31(71) since v2.5.       <31>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA32(72) since v2.5.       <32>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA33(73) since v2.5.       <33>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA34(74) since v2.5.       <34>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA35(75) since v2.5.       <35>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA36(76) since v2.5.       <36>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA37(77) since v2.5.       <37>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA38(78) since v2.5.       <38>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA39(79) since v2.5.       <39>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA40(80) since v2.5.       <40>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA41(81) since v2.5.       <41>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA42(82) since v2.5.       <42>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA43(83) since v2.5.       <43>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA44(84) since v2.5.       <44>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA45(85) since v2.5.       <45>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA46(86) since v2.5.       <46>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA47(87) since v2.5.       <47>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA48(88) since v2.5.       <48>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA49(89) since v2.5.       <49>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA50(90) since v2.5.       <50>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA51(91) since v2.5.       <51>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA52(92) since v2.5.       <52>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA53(93) since v2.5.       <53>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA54(94) since v2.5.       <54>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA55(95) since v2.5.       <55>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA56(96) since v2.5.       <56>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA57(97) since v2.5.       <57>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA58(98) since v2.5.       <58>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA59(99) since v2.5.       <59>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA60(100) since v2.5.      <60>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA61(101) since v2.5.      <61>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA62(102) since v2.5.      <62>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA63(103) since v2.5.      <63>
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA0,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA1,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA2,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA3,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA4,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA5,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA6,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA7,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA8,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA9,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA10,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA11,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA12,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA13,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA14,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA15,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA16,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA17,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA18,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA19,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA20,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA21,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA22,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA23,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA24,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA25,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA26,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA27,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA28,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA29,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA30,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA31,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA32,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA33,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA34,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA35,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA36,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA37,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA38,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA39,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA40,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA41,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA42,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA43,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA44,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA45,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA46,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA47,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA48,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA49,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA50,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA51,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA52,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA53,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA54,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA55,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA56,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA57,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA58,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA59,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA60,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA61,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA62,
+    MFF_TUN_METADATA63,
+#else
+#error "Need to update MFF_TUN_METADATA* to match TUN_METADATA_NUM_OPTS"
+#endif
+
+    /* "metadata".
+     *
+     * A scratch pad value standardized in OpenFlow 1.1+.  Initially zero, at
+     * the beginning of the pipeline.
+     *
+     * Type: be64.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_METADATA(2) since OF1.2 and v1.8.
+     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
+     */
+    MFF_METADATA,
+
+    /* "in_port".
+     *
+     * 16-bit (OpenFlow 1.0) view of the physical or virtual port on which the
+     * packet was received.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: OpenFlow 1.0 port.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_IN_PORT(0) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: none.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_IN_PORT,
+
+    /* "in_port_oxm".
+     *
+     * 32-bit (OpenFlow 1.1+) view of the physical or virtual port on which the
+     * packet was received.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: OpenFlow 1.1+ port.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IN_PORT(0) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_IN_PORT_OXM,
+
+    /* "actset_output".
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: OpenFlow 1.1+ port.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: ONFOXM_ET_ACTSET_OUTPUT(43) since OF1.3 and v2.4,
+     *      OXM_OF_ACTSET_OUTPUT(43) since OF1.5 and v2.4.
+     */
+    MFF_ACTSET_OUTPUT,
+
+    /* "skb_priority".
+     *
+     * Designates the queue to which output will be directed.  The value in
+     * this field is not necessarily the OpenFlow queue number; with the Linux
+     * kernel switch, it instead has a pair of subfields designating the
+     * "major" and "minor" numbers of a Linux kernel qdisc handle.
+     *
+     * This field is "semi-internal" in that it can be set with the "set_queue"
+     * action but not matched or read or written other ways.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_SKB_PRIORITY,
+
+    /* "pkt_mark".
+     *
+     * Packet metadata mark.  The mark may be passed into other system
+     * components in order to facilitate interaction between subsystems.  On
+     * Linux this corresponds to struct sk_buff's "skb_mark" member but the
+     * exact implementation is platform-dependent.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_PKT_MARK(33) since v2.0.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_PKT_MARK,
+
+    /* "ct_state".
+     *
+     * Connection tracking state.  The field is populated by the NXAST_CT
+     * action. The following bit values describe the state of the connection:
+     *
+     *   - New (0x01): This is the beginning of a new connection.
+     *   - Established (0x02): This is part of an already existing connection.
+     *   - Related (0x04): This is a separate connection that is related to an
+     *                     existing connection.
+     *   - Reply (0x08): This flow is in the reply direction, ie it did not
+     *                   initiate the connection.
+     *   - Invalid (0x10): This flow could not be associated with a connection.
+     *                     This could be set for a variety of reasons,
+     *                     including (but not limited to):
+     *                     - L3/L4 protocol handler is not loaded/unavailable.
+     *                     - L3/L4 protocol handler determines that the packet
+     *                       is malformed or invalid for the current FSM stage.
+     *                     - Packets are unexpected length for protocol.
+     *   - Tracked (0x20): Connection tracking has occurred.
+     *
+     * The "Tracked" bit corresponds to the packet_state as described in the
+     * description of NXAST_CT action. The remaining bits correspond to
+     * connection state. The "New" bit implies that the connection state
+     * is uncommitted, while "Established" implies that it has previously been
+     * committed.
+     *
+     * There are additional constraints on the ct_state bits, listed in order
+     * of precedence below:
+     *
+     *   - If "Tracked" is unset, no other bits may be set.
+     *   - If "Tracked" is set, one or more other bits may be set.
+     *   - If "Invalid" is set, only the "Tracked" bit is also set.
+     *   - The "New" and "Established" bits are mutually exclusive.
+     *   - The "New" and "Reply" bits are mutually exclusive.
+     *   - The "Related" bit may be set in conjunction with any other bits.
+     *     Connections that are identified as "Related" are separate
+     *     connections from the originating connection, so must be committed
+     *     separately. All packets for a related connection will have the
+     *     "Related" bit set (not just the initial packet).
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: ct state.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_CT_STATE(105) since v2.5.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_CT_STATE,
+
+    /* "ct_zone".
+     *
+     * Connection tracking zone.  The field is populated by the
+     * NXAST_CT action.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_CT_ZONE(106) since v2.5.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_CT_ZONE,
+
+    /* "ct_mark".
+     *
+     * Connection tracking mark.  The mark is carried with the
+     * connection tracking state.  On Linux this corresponds to the
+     * nf_conn's "mark" member but the exact implementation is
+     * platform-dependent.
+     *
+     * Writable only from nested actions within the NXAST_CT action.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_CT_MARK(107) since v2.5.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_CT_MARK,
+
+    /* "ct_label".
+     *
+     * Connection tracking label.  The label is carried with the
+     * connection tracking state.  On Linux this is held in the
+     * conntrack label extension but the exact implementation is
+     * platform-dependent.
+     *
+     * Writable only from nested actions within the NXAST_CT action.
+     *
+     * Type: be128.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_CT_LABEL(108) since v2.5.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_CT_LABEL,
+
+#if FLOW_N_REGS == 8
+    /* "reg<N>".
+     *
+     * Nicira extension scratch pad register with initial value 0.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG0(0) since v1.1.        <0>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG1(1) since v1.1.        <1>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG2(2) since v1.1.        <2>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG3(3) since v1.1.        <3>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG4(4) since v1.3.        <4>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG5(5) since v1.7.        <5>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG6(6) since v1.7.        <6>
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG7(7) since v1.7.        <7>
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_REG0,
+    MFF_REG1,
+    MFF_REG2,
+    MFF_REG3,
+    MFF_REG4,
+    MFF_REG5,
+    MFF_REG6,
+    MFF_REG7,
+#else
+#error "Need to update MFF_REG* to match FLOW_N_REGS"
+#endif
+
+#if FLOW_N_XREGS == 4
+    /* "xreg<N>".
+     *
+     * OpenFlow 1.5 ``extended register".  Each extended register
+     * overlays two of the Nicira extension 32-bit registers: xreg0 overlays
+     * reg0 and reg1, with reg0 supplying the most-significant bits of xreg0
+     * and reg1 the least-significant.  xreg1 similarly overlays reg2 and reg3,
+     * and so on.
+     *
+     * These registers were introduced in OpenFlow 1.5, but EXT-244 in the ONF
+     * JIRA also publishes them as a (draft) OpenFlow extension to OpenFlow
+     * 1.3.
+     *
+     * Type: be64.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_PKT_REG<N>(<N>) since OF1.3 and v2.4.
+     */
+    MFF_XREG0,
+    MFF_XREG1,
+    MFF_XREG2,
+    MFF_XREG3,
+#else
+#error "Need to update MFF_REG* to match FLOW_N_XREGS"
+#endif
+
+/* ## -------- ## */
+/* ## Ethernet ## */
+/* ## -------- ## */
+
+    /* "eth_src" (aka "dl_src").
+     *
+     * Source address in Ethernet header.
+     *
+     * This field was not maskable before Open vSwitch 1.8.
+     *
+     * Type: MAC.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: Ethernet.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_ETH_SRC(2) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ETH_SRC(4) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
+     */
+    MFF_ETH_SRC,
+
+    /* "eth_dst" (aka "dl_dst").
+     *
+     * Destination address in Ethernet header.
+     *
+     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, the allowed masks were restricted to
+     * 00:00:00:00:00:00, fe:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff, 01:00:00:00:00:00,
+     * ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff.
+     *
+     * Type: MAC.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: Ethernet.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_ETH_DST(1) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ETH_DST(3) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
+     */
+    MFF_ETH_DST,
+
+    /* "eth_type" (aka "dl_type").
+     *
+     * Packet's Ethernet type.
+     *
+     * For an Ethernet II packet this is taken from the Ethernet header.  For
+     * an 802.2 LLC+SNAP header with OUI 00-00-00 this is taken from the SNAP
+     * header.  A packet that has neither format has value 0x05ff
+     * (OFP_DL_TYPE_NOT_ETH_TYPE).
+     *
+     * For a packet with an 802.1Q header, this is the type of the encapsulated
+     * frame.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_ETH_TYPE(3) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ETH_TYPE(5) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_ETH_TYPE,
+
+/* ## ---- ## */
+/* ## VLAN ## */
+/* ## ---- ## */
+
+/* It looks odd for vlan_tci, vlan_vid, and vlan_pcp to say that they are
+ * supported in OF1.0 and OF1.1, since the detailed semantics of these fields
+ * only apply to NXM or OXM.  They are marked as supported for exact matches in
+ * OF1.0 and OF1.1 because exact matches on those fields can be successfully
+ * translated into the OF1.0 and OF1.1 flow formats. */
+
+    /* "vlan_tci".
+     *
+     * 802.1Q TCI.
+     *
+     * For a packet with an 802.1Q header, this is the Tag Control Information
+     * (TCI) field, with the CFI bit forced to 1.  For a packet with no 802.1Q
+     * header, this has value 0.
+     *
+     * This field can be used in various ways:
+     *
+     *   - If it is not constrained at all, the nx_match matches packets
+     *     without an 802.1Q header or with an 802.1Q header that has any TCI
+     *     value.
+     *
+     *   - Testing for an exact match with 0 matches only packets without an
+     *     802.1Q header.
+     *
+     *   - Testing for an exact match with a TCI value with CFI=1 matches
+     *     packets that have an 802.1Q header with a specified VID and PCP.
+     *
+     *   - Testing for an exact match with a nonzero TCI value with CFI=0 does
+     *     not make sense.  The switch may reject this combination.
+     *
+     *   - Testing with a specific VID and CFI=1, with nxm_mask=0x1fff, matches
+     *     packets that have an 802.1Q header with that VID (and any PCP).
+     *
+     *   - Testing with a specific PCP and CFI=1, with nxm_mask=0xf000, matches
+     *     packets that have an 802.1Q header with that PCP (and any VID).
+     *
+     *   - Testing with nxm_value=0, nxm_mask=0x0fff matches packets with no
+     *     802.1Q header or with an 802.1Q header with a VID of 0.
+     *
+     *   - Testing with nxm_value=0, nxm_mask=0xe000 matches packets with no
+     *     802.1Q header or with an 802.1Q header with a PCP of 0.
+     *
+     *   - Testing with nxm_value=0, nxm_mask=0xefff matches packets with no
+     *     802.1Q header or with an 802.1Q header with both VID and PCP of 0.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_VLAN_TCI(4) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: none.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_VLAN_TCI,
+
+    /* "dl_vlan" (OpenFlow 1.0).
+     *
+     * VLAN ID field.  Zero if no 802.1Q header is present.
+     *
+     * Type: be16 (low 12 bits).
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: none.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_DL_VLAN,
+
+    /* "vlan_vid" (OpenFlow 1.2+).
+     *
+     * If an 802.1Q header is present, this field's value is 0x1000
+     * bitwise-or'd with the VLAN ID.  If no 802.1Q is present, this field's
+     * value is 0.
+     *
+     * Type: be16 (low 12 bits).
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_VLAN_VID(6) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_VLAN_VID,
+
+    /* "dl_vlan_pcp" (OpenFlow 1.0).
+     *
+     * VLAN priority (PCP) field.  Zero if no 802.1Q header is present.
+     *
+     * Type: u8 (low 3 bits).
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: none.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: none.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_DL_VLAN_PCP,
+
+    /* "vlan_pcp" (OpenFlow 1.2+).
+     *
+     * VLAN priority (PCP) field.  Zero if no 802.1Q header is present.
+     *
+     * Type: u8 (low 3 bits).
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: VLAN VID.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_VLAN_PCP(7) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_VLAN_PCP,
+
+/* ## ---- ## */
+/* ## MPLS ## */
+/* ## ---- ## */
+
+    /* "mpls_label".
+     *
+     * The outermost MPLS label, or 0 if no MPLS labels are present.
+     *
+     * Type: be32 (low 20 bits).
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: MPLS.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_MPLS_LABEL(34) since OF1.2 and v1.11.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_MPLS_LABEL,
+
+    /* "mpls_tc".
+     *
+     * The outermost MPLS label's traffic control (TC) field, or 0 if no MPLS
+     * labels are present.
+     *
+     * Type: u8 (low 3 bits).
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: MPLS.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_MPLS_TC(35) since OF1.2 and v1.11.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_MPLS_TC,
+
+    /* "mpls_bos".
+     *
+     * The outermost MPLS label's bottom of stack (BoS) field, or 0 if no MPLS
+     * labels are present.
+     *
+     * Type: u8 (low 1 bits).
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: MPLS.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_MPLS_BOS(36) since OF1.3 and v1.11.
+     */
+    MFF_MPLS_BOS,
+
+    /* "mpls_ttl".
+     *
+     * The outermost MPLS label's time-to-live (TTL) field, or 0 if no MPLS
+     * labels are present.
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: MPLS.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_MPLS_TTL(30) since v2.6.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_MPLS_TTL,
+
+/* ## ---- ## */
+/* ## IPv4 ## */
+/* ## ---- ## */
+
+/* Update mf_is_l3_or_higher() if MFF_IPV4_SRC is no longer the first element
+ * for a field of layer 3 or higher */
+
+    /* "ip_src" (aka "nw_src").
+     *
+     * The source address in the IPv4 header.
+     *
+     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv4.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv4.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_IP_SRC(7) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV4_SRC(11) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: CIDR mask.
+     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
+     * Prefix lookup member: nw_src.
+     */
+    MFF_IPV4_SRC,
+
+    /* "ip_dst" (aka "nw_dst").
+     *
+     * The destination address in the IPv4 header.
+     *
+     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv4.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv4.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_IP_DST(8) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV4_DST(12) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: CIDR mask.
+     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
+     * Prefix lookup member: nw_dst.
+     */
+    MFF_IPV4_DST,
+
+/* ## ---- ## */
+/* ## IPv6 ## */
+/* ## ---- ## */
+
+    /* "ipv6_src".
+     *
+     * The source address in the IPv6 header.
+     *
+     * Type: be128.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv6.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv6.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_IPV6_SRC(19) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_SRC(26) since OF1.2 and v1.1.
+     * Prefix lookup member: ipv6_src.
+     */
+    MFF_IPV6_SRC,
+
+    /* "ipv6_dst".
+     *
+     * The destination address in the IPv6 header.
+     *
+     * Type: be128.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv6.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv6.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_IPV6_DST(20) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_DST(27) since OF1.2 and v1.1.
+     * Prefix lookup member: ipv6_dst.
+     */
+    MFF_IPV6_DST,
+
+    /* "ipv6_label".
+     *
+     * The flow label in the IPv6 header.
+     *
+     * Type: be32 (low 20 bits).
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv6.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_IPV6_LABEL(27) since v1.4.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_FLABEL(28) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     */
+    MFF_IPV6_LABEL,
+
+/* ## ----------------------- ## */
+/* ## IPv4/IPv6 common fields ## */
+/* ## ----------------------- ## */
+
+    /* "nw_proto" (aka "ip_proto").
+     *
+     * The "protocol" byte in the IPv4 or IPv6 header.
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_IP_PROTO(6) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IP_PROTO(10) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_IP_PROTO,
+
+/* Both views of the DSCP below are marked as supported in all of the versions
+ * of OpenFlow because a match on either view can be successfully translated
+ * into every OpenFlow flow format. */
+
+    /* "nw_tos" (OpenFlow 1.0/1.1).
+     *
+     * The DSCP byte in the IPv4 header or the traffic class byte from the IPv6
+     * header, with the ECN bits forced to 0.  (That is, bits 2-7 contain the
+     * type of service and bits 0-1 are zero.)
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_IP_TOS(5) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: none.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_IP_DSCP,
+
+    /* "ip_dscp" (OpenFlow 1.2+).
+     *
+     * The DSCP byte in the IPv4 header or the traffic class byte from the IPv6
+     * header, shifted right 2 bits.  (That is, bits 0-5 contain the type of
+     * service and bits 6-7 are zero.)
+     *
+     * Type: u8 (low 6 bits).
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IP_DSCP(8) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_IP_DSCP_SHIFTED,
+
+    /* "nw_ecn" (aka "ip_ecn").
+     *
+     * The ECN bits in the IPv4 or IPv6 header.
+     *
+     * Type: u8 (low 2 bits).
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_IP_ECN(28) since v1.4.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IP_ECN(9) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     */
+    MFF_IP_ECN,
+
+    /* "nw_ttl".
+     *
+     * The time-to-live (TTL) in the IPv4 header or hop limit in the IPv6
+     * header.
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_IP_TTL(29) since v1.4.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_IP_TTL,
+
+    /* "ip_frag".
+     *
+     * IP fragment information.
+     *
+     * This field has three possible values:
+     *
+     *   - A packet that is not an IP fragment has value 0.
+     *
+     *   - A packet that is an IP fragment with offset 0 (the first fragment)
+     *     has bit 0 set and thus value 1.
+     *
+     *   - A packet that is an IP fragment with nonzero offset has bits 0 and 1
+     *     set and thus value 3.
+     *
+     * NX_IP_FRAG_ANY and NX_IP_FRAG_LATER are declared to symbolically
+     * represent the meanings of bits 0 and 1.
+     *
+     * The switch may reject matches against values that can never appear.
+     *
+     * It is important to understand how this field interacts with the OpenFlow
+     * IP fragment handling mode:
+     *
+     *   - In OFPC_FRAG_DROP mode, the OpenFlow switch drops all IP fragments
+     *     before they reach the flow table, so every packet that is available
+     *     for matching will have value 0 in this field.
+     *
+     *   - Open vSwitch does not implement OFPC_FRAG_REASM mode, but if it did
+     *     then IP fragments would be reassembled before they reached the flow
+     *     table and again every packet available for matching would always
+     *     have value 0.
+     *
+     *   - In OFPC_FRAG_NORMAL mode, all three values are possible, but
+     *     OpenFlow 1.0 says that fragments' transport ports are always 0, even
+     *     for the first fragment, so this does not provide much extra
+     *     information.
+     *
+     *   - In OFPC_FRAG_NX_MATCH mode, all three values are possible.  For
+     *     fragments with offset 0, Open vSwitch makes L4 header information
+     *     available.
+     *
+     * Type: u8 (low 2 bits).
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: frag.
+     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_IP_FRAG(26) since v1.3.
+     * OXM: none.
+     */
+    MFF_IP_FRAG,
+
+/* ## --- ## */
+/* ## ARP ## */
+/* ## --- ## */
+
+    /* "arp_op".
+     *
+     * ARP opcode.
+     *
+     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the opcode in the ARP header.  Always 0
+     * otherwise.  Only ARP opcodes between 1 and 255 should be specified for
+     * matching.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: ARP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_ARP_OP(15) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_OP(21) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_ARP_OP,
+
+    /* "arp_spa".
+     *
+     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the source protocol (IPv4) address in the
+     * ARP header.  Always 0 otherwise.
+     *
+     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv4.
+     * Prerequisites: ARP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_ARP_SPA(16) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_SPA(22) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: CIDR mask.
+     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
+     */
+    MFF_ARP_SPA,
+
+    /* "arp_tpa".
+     *
+     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the target protocol (IPv4) address in the
+     * ARP header.  Always 0 otherwise.
+     *
+     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
+     *
+     * Type: be32.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv4.
+     * Prerequisites: ARP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_ARP_TPA(17) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_TPA(23) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: CIDR mask.
+     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
+     */
+    MFF_ARP_TPA,
+
+    /* "arp_sha".
+     *
+     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the source hardware (Ethernet) address in
+     * the ARP header.  Always 0 otherwise.
+     *
+     * Type: MAC.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: Ethernet.
+     * Prerequisites: ARP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_ARP_SHA(17) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_SHA(24) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     */
+    MFF_ARP_SHA,
+
+    /* "arp_tha".
+     *
+     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the target hardware (Ethernet) address in
+     * the ARP header.  Always 0 otherwise.
+     *
+     * Type: MAC.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: Ethernet.
+     * Prerequisites: ARP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_ARP_THA(18) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_THA(25) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     */
+    MFF_ARP_THA,
+
+/* ## --- ## */
+/* ## TCP ## */
+/* ## --- ## */
+
+    /* "tcp_src" (aka "tp_src").
+     *
+     * TCP source port.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: TCP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_TCP_SRC(9) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_TCP_SRC(13) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_TCP_SRC,
+
+    /* "tcp_dst" (aka "tp_dst").
+     *
+     * TCP destination port.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: TCP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_TCP_DST(10) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_TCP_DST(14) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_TCP_DST,
+
+    /* "tcp_flags".
+     *
+     * Flags in the TCP header.
+     *
+     * TCP currently defines 9 flag bits, and additional 3 bits are reserved
+     * (must be transmitted as zero).  See RFCs 793, 3168, and 3540.
+     *
+     * Type: be16 (low 12 bits).
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: TCP flags.
+     * Prerequisites: TCP.
+     * Access: read-only.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_TCP_FLAGS(34) since v2.1.
+     * OXM: ONFOXM_ET_TCP_FLAGS(42) since OF1.3 and v2.4,
+     *      OXM_OF_TCP_FLAGS(42) since OF1.5 and v2.3.
+     */
+    MFF_TCP_FLAGS,
+
+/* ## --- ## */
+/* ## UDP ## */
+/* ## --- ## */
+
+    /* "udp_src".
+     *
+     * UDP source port.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: UDP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_UDP_SRC(11) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_UDP_SRC(15) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_UDP_SRC,
+
+    /* "udp_dst".
+     *
+     * UDP destination port
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: UDP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_UDP_DST(12) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_UDP_DST(16) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_UDP_DST,
+
+/* ## ---- ## */
+/* ## SCTP ## */
+/* ## ---- ## */
+
+    /* "sctp_src".
+     *
+     * SCTP source port.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: SCTP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_SCTP_SRC(17) since OF1.2 and v2.0.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_SCTP_SRC,
+
+    /* "sctp_dst".
+     *
+     * SCTP destination port.
+     *
+     * Type: be16.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: SCTP.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: none.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_SCTP_DST(18) since OF1.2 and v2.0.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_SCTP_DST,
+
+/* ## ---- ## */
+/* ## ICMP ## */
+/* ## ---- ## */
+
+    /* "icmp_type".
+     *
+     * ICMPv4 type.
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: ICMPv4.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_ICMP_TYPE(13) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ICMPV4_TYPE(19) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_ICMPV4_TYPE,
+
+    /* "icmp_code".
+     *
+     * ICMPv4 code.
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: ICMPv4.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_OF_ICMP_CODE(14) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ICMPV4_CODE(20) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     * OF1.0: exact match.
+     * OF1.1: exact match.
+     */
+    MFF_ICMPV4_CODE,
+
+    /* "icmpv6_type".
+     *
+     * ICMPv6 type.
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: ICMPv6.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_ICMPV6_TYPE(21) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ICMPV6_TYPE(29) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     */
+    MFF_ICMPV6_TYPE,
+
+    /* "icmpv6_code".
+     *
+     * ICMPv6 code.
+     *
+     * Type: u8.
+     * Maskable: no.
+     * Formatting: decimal.
+     * Prerequisites: ICMPv6.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_ICMPV6_CODE(22) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_ICMPV6_CODE(30) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     */
+    MFF_ICMPV6_CODE,
+
+/* ## ------------------------- ## */
+/* ## ICMPv6 Neighbor Discovery ## */
+/* ## ------------------------- ## */
+
+    /* "nd_target".
+     *
+     * The target address in an IPv6 Neighbor Discovery message.
+     *
+     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
+     *
+     * Type: be128.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: IPv6.
+     * Prerequisites: ND.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_ND_TARGET(23) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_ND_TARGET(31) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     */
+    MFF_ND_TARGET,
+
+    /* "nd_sll".
+     *
+     * The source link layer address in an IPv6 Neighbor Discovery message.
+     *
+     * Type: MAC.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: Ethernet.
+     * Prerequisites: ND solicit.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_ND_SLL(24) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_ND_SLL(32) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     */
+    MFF_ND_SLL,
+
+    /* "nd_tll".
+     *
+     * The target link layer address in an IPv6 Neighbor Discovery message.
+     *
+     * Type: MAC.
+     * Maskable: bitwise.
+     * Formatting: Ethernet.
+     * Prerequisites: ND advert.
+     * Access: read/write.
+     * NXM: NXM_NX_ND_TLL(25) since v1.1.
+     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_ND_TLL(33) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
+     */
+    MFF_ND_TLL,
+
+    MFF_N_IDS
+};
+
+/* A set of mf_field_ids. */
+struct mf_bitmap {
+    unsigned long bm[BITMAP_N_LONGS(MFF_N_IDS)];
+};
+#define MF_BITMAP_INITIALIZER { { [0] = 0 } }
+
+/* Use this macro as CASE_MFF_REGS: in a switch statement to choose all of the
+ * MFF_REGn cases. */
+#if FLOW_N_REGS == 8
+#define CASE_MFF_REGS                                           \
+    case MFF_REG0: case MFF_REG1: case MFF_REG2: case MFF_REG3: \
+    case MFF_REG4: case MFF_REG5: case MFF_REG6: case MFF_REG7
+#else
+#error "Need to update CASE_MFF_REGS to match FLOW_N_REGS"
+#endif
+
+/* Use this macro as CASE_MFF_XREGS: in a switch statement to choose all of the
+ * MFF_REGn cases. */
+#if FLOW_N_XREGS == 4
+#define CASE_MFF_XREGS                                              \
+    case MFF_XREG0: case MFF_XREG1: case MFF_XREG2: case MFF_XREG3
+#else
+#error "Need to update CASE_MFF_XREGS to match FLOW_N_XREGS"
+#endif
+
+/* Use this macro as CASE_MFF_TUN_METADATA: in a switch statement to choose
+ * all of the MFF_TUN_METADATAn cases. */
+#define CASE_MFF_TUN_METADATA                         \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA0: case MFF_TUN_METADATA1:   \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA2: case MFF_TUN_METADATA3:   \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA4: case MFF_TUN_METADATA5:   \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA6: case MFF_TUN_METADATA7:   \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA8: case MFF_TUN_METADATA9:   \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA10: case MFF_TUN_METADATA11: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA12: case MFF_TUN_METADATA13: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA14: case MFF_TUN_METADATA15: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA16: case MFF_TUN_METADATA17: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA18: case MFF_TUN_METADATA19: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA20: case MFF_TUN_METADATA21: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA22: case MFF_TUN_METADATA23: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA24: case MFF_TUN_METADATA25: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA26: case MFF_TUN_METADATA27: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA28: case MFF_TUN_METADATA29: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA30: case MFF_TUN_METADATA31: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA32: case MFF_TUN_METADATA33: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA34: case MFF_TUN_METADATA35: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA36: case MFF_TUN_METADATA37: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA38: case MFF_TUN_METADATA39: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA40: case MFF_TUN_METADATA41: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA42: case MFF_TUN_METADATA43: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA44: case MFF_TUN_METADATA45: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA46: case MFF_TUN_METADATA47: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA48: case MFF_TUN_METADATA49: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA50: case MFF_TUN_METADATA51: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA52: case MFF_TUN_METADATA53: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA54: case MFF_TUN_METADATA55: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA56: case MFF_TUN_METADATA57: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA58: case MFF_TUN_METADATA59: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA60: case MFF_TUN_METADATA61: \
+    case MFF_TUN_METADATA62: case MFF_TUN_METADATA63
+
+/* Prerequisites for matching a field.
+ *
+ * A field may only be matched if the correct lower-level protocols are also
+ * matched.  For example, the TCP port may be matched only if the Ethernet type
+ * matches ETH_TYPE_IP and the IP protocol matches IPPROTO_TCP. */
+enum OVS_PACKED_ENUM mf_prereqs {
+    MFP_NONE,
+
+    /* L2 requirements. */
+    MFP_ARP,
+    MFP_VLAN_VID,
+    MFP_IPV4,
+    MFP_IPV6,
+    MFP_IP_ANY,
+
+    /* L2.5 requirements. */
+    MFP_MPLS,
+
+    /* L2+L3 requirements. */
+    MFP_TCP,                    /* On IPv4 or IPv6. */
+    MFP_UDP,                    /* On IPv4 or IPv6. */
+    MFP_SCTP,                   /* On IPv4 or IPv6. */
+    MFP_ICMPV4,
+    MFP_ICMPV6,
+
+    /* L2+L3+L4 requirements. */
+    MFP_ND,
+    MFP_ND_SOLICIT,
+    MFP_ND_ADVERT
+};
+
+/* Forms of partial-field masking allowed for a field.
+ *
+ * Every field may be masked as a whole. */
+enum OVS_PACKED_ENUM mf_maskable {
+    MFM_NONE,                   /* No sub-field masking. */
+    MFM_FULLY,                  /* Every bit is individually maskable. */
+};
+
+/* How to format or parse a field's value. */
+enum OVS_PACKED_ENUM mf_string {
+    /* Integer formats.
+     *
+     * The particular MFS_* constant sets the output format.  On input, either
+     * decimal or hexadecimal (prefixed with 0x) is accepted. */
+    MFS_DECIMAL,
+    MFS_HEXADECIMAL,
+
+    /* Other formats. */
+    MFS_CT_STATE,               /* Connection tracking state */
+    MFS_ETHERNET,
+    MFS_IPV4,
+    MFS_IPV6,
+    MFS_OFP_PORT,               /* 16-bit OpenFlow 1.0 port number or name. */
+    MFS_OFP_PORT_OXM,           /* 32-bit OpenFlow 1.1+ port number or name. */
+    MFS_FRAG,                   /* no, yes, first, later, not_later */
+    MFS_TNL_FLAGS,              /* FLOW_TNL_F_* flags */
+    MFS_TCP_FLAGS,              /* TCP_* flags */
+};
+
+struct mf_field {
+    /* Identification. */
+    enum mf_field_id id;        /* MFF_*. */
+    const char *name;           /* Name of this field, e.g. "eth_type". */
+    const char *extra_name;     /* Alternate name, e.g. "dl_type", or NULL. */
+
+    /* Size.
+     *
+     * Most fields have n_bytes * 8 == n_bits.  There are a few exceptions:
+     *
+     *     - "dl_vlan" is 2 bytes but only 12 bits.
+     *     - "dl_vlan_pcp" is 1 byte but only 3 bits.
+     *     - "is_frag" is 1 byte but only 2 bits.
+     *     - "ipv6_label" is 4 bytes but only 20 bits.
+     *     - "mpls_label" is 4 bytes but only 20 bits.
+     *     - "mpls_tc"    is 1 byte but only 3 bits.
+     *     - "mpls_bos"   is 1 byte but only 1 bit.
+     */
+    unsigned int n_bytes;       /* Width of the field in bytes. */
+    unsigned int n_bits;        /* Number of significant bits in field. */
+    bool variable_len;          /* Length is variable, if so width is max. */
+
+    /* Properties. */
+    enum mf_maskable maskable;
+    enum mf_string string;
+    enum mf_prereqs prereqs;
+    bool writable;              /* May be written by actions? */
+
+    /* Usable protocols.
+     *
+     * NXM and OXM are extensible, allowing later extensions to be sent in
+     * earlier protocol versions, so this does not necessarily correspond to
+     * the OpenFlow protocol version the field was introduced in.
+     * Also, some field types are tranparently mapped to each other via the
+     * struct flow (like vlan and dscp/tos fields), so each variant supports
+     * all protocols.
+     *
+     * These are combinations of OFPUTIL_P_*.  (They are not declared as type
+     * enum ofputil_protocol because that would give meta-flow.h and ofp-util.h
+     * a circular dependency.) */
+    uint32_t usable_protocols_exact;   /* Matching or setting whole field. */
+    uint32_t usable_protocols_cidr;    /* Matching a CIDR mask in field. */
+    uint32_t usable_protocols_bitwise; /* Matching arbitrary bits in field. */
+
+    int flow_be32ofs;  /* Field's be32 offset in "struct flow", if prefix tree
+                        * lookup is supported for the field, or -1. */
+};
+
+/* The representation of a field's value. */
+union mf_value {
+    uint8_t tun_metadata[128];
+    struct in6_addr ipv6;
+    struct eth_addr mac;
+    ovs_be128 be128;
+    ovs_be64 be64;
+    ovs_be32 be32;
+    ovs_be16 be16;
+    uint8_t u8;
+};
+BUILD_ASSERT_DECL(sizeof(union mf_value) == 128);
+BUILD_ASSERT_DECL(sizeof(union mf_value) >= TLV_MAX_OPT_SIZE);
+
+/* A const mf_value with all bits initialized to ones. */
+extern const union mf_value exact_match_mask;
+
+/* Part of a field. */
+struct mf_subfield {
+    const struct mf_field *field;
+    unsigned int ofs;           /* Bit offset. */
+    unsigned int n_bits;        /* Number of bits. */
+};
+
+/* Data for some part of an mf_field.
+ *
+ * The data is stored "right-justified".  For example, if "union mf_subvalue
+ * value" contains NXM_OF_VLAN_TCI[0..11], then one could access the
+ * corresponding data in value.be16[7] as the bits in the mask htons(0xfff). */
+union mf_subvalue {
+    /* Access to full data. */
+    uint8_t u8[128];
+    ovs_be16 be16[64];
+    ovs_be32 be32[32];
+    ovs_be64 be64[16];
+
+    /* Convenient access to just least-significant bits in various forms. */
+    struct {
+        ovs_be64 dummy_integer[15];
+        ovs_be64 integer;
+    };
+    struct {
+        uint8_t dummy_mac[122];
+        struct eth_addr mac;
+    };
+    struct {
+        ovs_be32 dummy_ipv4[31];
+        ovs_be32 ipv4;
+    };
+    struct {
+        struct in6_addr dummy_ipv6[7];
+        struct in6_addr ipv6;
+    };
+};
+BUILD_ASSERT_DECL(sizeof(union mf_value) == sizeof (union mf_subvalue));
+
+bool mf_subvalue_intersect(const union mf_subvalue *a_value,
+                           const union mf_subvalue *a_mask,
+                           const union mf_subvalue *b_value,
+                           const union mf_subvalue *b_mask,
+                           union mf_subvalue *dst_value,
+                           union mf_subvalue *dst_mask);
+int mf_subvalue_width(const union mf_subvalue *);
+void mf_subvalue_shift(union mf_subvalue *, int n);
+void mf_subvalue_format(const union mf_subvalue *, struct ds *);
+
+/* An array of fields with values */
+struct field_array {
+    struct mf_bitmap used;
+    union mf_value value[MFF_N_IDS];
+};
+
+/* Finding mf_fields. */
+const struct mf_field *mf_from_name(const char *name);
+
+static inline const struct mf_field *
+mf_from_id(enum mf_field_id id)
+{
+    extern const struct mf_field mf_fields[MFF_N_IDS];
+    ovs_assert((unsigned int) id < MFF_N_IDS);
+    return &mf_fields[id];
+}
+
+/* Inspecting wildcarded bits. */
+bool mf_is_all_wild(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow_wildcards *);
+
+bool mf_is_mask_valid(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *mask);
+void mf_get_mask(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow_wildcards *,
+                 union mf_value *mask);
+
+/* Prerequisites. */
+bool mf_are_prereqs_ok(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow *);
+void mf_mask_field_and_prereqs(const struct mf_field *,
+                               struct flow_wildcards *);
+void mf_bitmap_set_field_and_prereqs(const struct mf_field *mf, struct
+                                     mf_bitmap *bm);
+
+static inline bool
+mf_is_l3_or_higher(const struct mf_field *mf)
+{
+    return mf->id >= MFF_IPV4_SRC;
+}
+
+/* Field values. */
+bool mf_is_value_valid(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value);
+
+void mf_get_value(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow *,
+                  union mf_value *value);
+void mf_set_value(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value,
+                  struct match *, char **err_str);
+void mf_set_flow_value(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value,
+                       struct flow *);
+void mf_set_flow_value_masked(const struct mf_field *,
+                              const union mf_value *value,
+                              const union mf_value *mask,
+                              struct flow *);
+bool mf_is_tun_metadata(const struct mf_field *);
+bool mf_is_set(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow *);
+void mf_mask_field(const struct mf_field *, struct flow *);
+int mf_field_len(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value,
+                 const union mf_value *mask, bool *is_masked);
+
+void mf_get(const struct mf_field *, const struct match *,
+            union mf_value *value, union mf_value *mask);
+
+/* Returns the set of usable protocols. */
+uint32_t mf_set(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value,
+                const union mf_value *mask, struct match *, char **err_str);
+
+void mf_set_wild(const struct mf_field *, struct match *, char **err_str);
+
+/* Subfields. */
+void mf_write_subfield_flow(const struct mf_subfield *,
+                            const union mf_subvalue *, struct flow *);
+void mf_write_subfield(const struct mf_subfield *, const union mf_subvalue *,
+                       struct match *);
+void mf_mask_subfield(const struct mf_field *,
+                      const union mf_subvalue *value,
+                      const union mf_subvalue *mask,
+                      struct match *);
+
+void mf_read_subfield(const struct mf_subfield *, const struct flow *,
+                      union mf_subvalue *);
+uint64_t mf_get_subfield(const struct mf_subfield *, const struct flow *);
+
+
+enum ofperr mf_check_src(const struct mf_subfield *, const struct flow *);
+enum ofperr mf_check_dst(const struct mf_subfield *, const struct flow *);
+
+/* Parsing and formatting. */
+char *mf_parse(const struct mf_field *, const char *,
+               union mf_value *value, union mf_value *mask);
+char *mf_parse_value(const struct mf_field *, const char *, union mf_value *);
+void mf_format(const struct mf_field *,
+               const union mf_value *value, const union mf_value *mask,
+               struct ds *);
+void mf_format_subvalue(const union mf_subvalue *subvalue, struct ds *s);
+
+/* Field Arrays. */
+void field_array_set(enum mf_field_id id, const union mf_value *,
+                     struct field_array *);
+
+#endif /* meta-flow.h */
diff --git a/lib/automake.mk b/lib/automake.mk
index b9e26e4..015fc86 100644
--- a/lib/automake.mk
+++ b/lib/automake.mk
@@ -120,7 +120,6 @@  lib_libopenvswitch_la_SOURCES = \
 	lib/memory.c \
 	lib/memory.h \
 	lib/meta-flow.c \
-	lib/meta-flow.h \
 	lib/multipath.c \
 	lib/multipath.h \
 	lib/netdev-dummy.c \
@@ -471,10 +470,10 @@  lib/dirs.c: lib/dirs.c.in Makefile
 	     > lib/dirs.c.tmp && \
 	mv lib/dirs.c.tmp lib/dirs.c
 
-lib/meta-flow.inc: $(srcdir)/build-aux/extract-ofp-fields lib/meta-flow.h
+lib/meta-flow.inc: $(srcdir)/build-aux/extract-ofp-fields include/openvswitch/meta-flow.h
 	$(AM_V_GEN)$(run_python) $^ --meta-flow > $@.tmp && mv $@.tmp $@
 lib/meta-flow.lo: lib/meta-flow.inc
-lib/nx-match.inc: $(srcdir)/build-aux/extract-ofp-fields lib/meta-flow.h
+lib/nx-match.inc: $(srcdir)/build-aux/extract-ofp-fields include/openvswitch/meta-flow.h
 	$(AM_V_GEN)$(run_python) $^ --nx-match > $@.tmp && mv $@.tmp $@
 lib/nx-match.lo: lib/nx-match.inc
 CLEANFILES += lib/meta-flow.inc lib/nx-match.inc
diff --git a/lib/bundle.c b/lib/bundle.c
index 0ff1aea..f2411e9 100644
--- a/lib/bundle.c
+++ b/lib/bundle.c
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ 
 #include "colors.h"
 #include "openvswitch/dynamic-string.h"
 #include "multipath.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "nx-match.h"
 #include "openvswitch/ofpbuf.h"
 #include "ofp-actions.h"
diff --git a/lib/classifier.h b/lib/classifier.h
index 975a4f0..d93b82d 100644
--- a/lib/classifier.h
+++ b/lib/classifier.h
@@ -300,7 +300,7 @@ 
 
 #include "cmap.h"
 #include "openvswitch/match.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "pvector.h"
 #include "rculist.h"
 #include "type-props.h"
diff --git a/lib/learn.c b/lib/learn.c
index 1a9dc2d..aeb92ee 100644
--- a/lib/learn.c
+++ b/lib/learn.c
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ 
 #include "colors.h"
 #include "openvswitch/dynamic-string.h"
 #include "openvswitch/match.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "nx-match.h"
 #include "ofp-actions.h"
 #include "ofp-util.h"
diff --git a/lib/meta-flow.c b/lib/meta-flow.c
index 721152c..cb96bf7 100644
--- a/lib/meta-flow.c
+++ b/lib/meta-flow.c
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ 
 
 #include <config.h>
 
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 
 #include <errno.h>
 #include <limits.h>
diff --git a/lib/meta-flow.h b/lib/meta-flow.h
deleted file mode 100644
index c73a1af..0000000
--- a/lib/meta-flow.h
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,2056 +0,0 @@ 
-/*
- * Copyright (c) 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Nicira, Inc.
- *
- * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
- * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
- * You may obtain a copy of the License at:
- *
- *     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
- *
- * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
- * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
- * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
- * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
- * limitations under the License.
- */
-
-#ifndef META_FLOW_H
-#define META_FLOW_H 1
-
-#include <sys/types.h>
-#include <netinet/in.h>
-#include <netinet/ip6.h>
-#include "bitmap.h"
-#include "flow.h"
-#include "openvswitch/ofp-errors.h"
-#include "packets.h"
-#include "util.h"
-
-struct ds;
-struct match;
-
-/* Open vSwitch fields
- * ===================
- *
- * A "field" is a property of a packet.  Most familiarly, "data fields" are
- * fields that can be extracted from a packet.
- *
- * Some data fields are always present as a consequence of the basic networking
- * technology in use.  Ethernet is the assumed base technology for current
- * versions of OpenFlow and Open vSwitch, so Ethernet header fields are always
- * available.
- *
- * Other data fields are not always present.  A packet contains ARP fields, for
- * example, only when its Ethernet header indicates the Ethertype for ARP,
- * 0x0806.  We say that a field is "applicable" when it is it present in a
- * packet, and "inapplicable" when it is not, and refer to the conditions that
- * determine whether a field is applicable as "prerequisites".  Some
- * VLAN-related fields are a special case: these fields are always applicable,
- * but have a designated value or bit that indicates whether a VLAN header is
- * present, with the remaining values or bits indicating the VLAN header's
- * content (if it is present).  See MFF_VLAN_TCI for an example.
- *
- * Conceptually, an inapplicable field does not have a value, not even a
- * nominal ``value'' such as all-zero-bits.  In many circumstances, OpenFlow
- * and Open vSwitch allow references only to applicable fields.  For example,
- * one may match a given field only if the match includes the field's
- * prerequisite, e.g. matching an ARP field is only allowed if one also matches
- * on Ethertype 0x0806.
- *
- * (Practically, however, OVS represents a field's value as some fixed member
- * in its "struct flow", so accessing that member will obtain some value.  Some
- * members are used for more than one purpose, e.g. the "tp_src" member
- * represents the TCP, UDP, and SCTP source port, so the value read may not
- * even make sense.  For this reason, it is important to know whether a field's
- * prerequisites are satisfied before attempting to read it.)
- *
- * Sometimes a packet may contain multiple instances of a header.  For example,
- * a packet may contain multiple VLAN or MPLS headers, and tunnels can cause
- * any data field to recur.  OpenFlow and Open vSwitch do not address these
- * cases uniformly.  For VLAN and MPLS headers, only the outermost header is
- * accessible, so that inner headers may be accessed only by ``popping''
- * (removing) the outer header.  (Open vSwitch supports only a single VLAN
- * header in any case.)  For tunnels, e.g. GRE or VXLAN, the outer header and
- * inner headers are treated as different data fields.
- *
- * OpenFlow and Open vSwitch support some fields other than data fields.
- * "Metadata fields" relate to the origin or treatment of a packet, but they
- * are not extracted from the packet data itself.  One example is the physical
- * port on which a packet arrived at the switch.  "Register fields" act like
- * variables: they give an OpenFlow switch space for temporary storage while
- * processing a packet.  Existing metadata and register fields have no
- * prerequisites.
- *
- * A field's value consists of an integral number of bytes.  Most data fields
- * are copied directly from protocol headers, e.g. at layer 2, MFF_ETH_SRC is
- * copied from the Ethernet source address and MFF_ETH_DST from the destination
- * address.  Other data fields are copied from a packet with padding, usually
- * with zeros and in the most significant positions (see e.g. MFF_MPLS_LABEL)
- * but not always (see e.g. MFF_IP_DSCP).  A final category of data fields is
- * transformed in other ways as they are copied from the packets, to make them
- * more useful for matching, e.g. MFF_IP_FRAG describes whether a packet is a
- * fragment but it is not copied directly from the IP header.
- *
- *
- * Field specifications
- * ====================
- *
- * Each of the enumeration values below represents a field.  The comments
- * preceding each enum must be in a stylized form that is parsed at compile
- * time by the extract-ofp-fields program.  The comment itself consists of a
- * series of paragraphs separate by blank lines.  The paragraphs consist of:
- *
- *     - The first paragraph gives the user-visible name of the field as a
- *       quoted string.  This is the name used for parsing and formatting the
- *       field.
- *
- *       For historical reasons, some fields have an additional name that is
- *       accepted as an alternative in parsing.  This name, when there is one,
- *       is given as a quoted string in parentheses along with "aka".  For
- *       example:
- *
- *           "tun_id" (aka "tunnel_id").
- *
- *       New fields should have only one name.
- *
- *     - Any number of paragraphs of free text that describe the field.  This
- *       is meant for human readers, so extract-ofp-fields ignores it.
- *
- *     - A final paragraph that consists of a series of key-value pairs, one
- *       per line, in the form "key: value." where the period at the end of the
- *       line is a mandatory part of the syntax.
- *
- * Every field must specify the following key-value pairs:
- *
- *   Type:
- *
- *     The format and size of the field's value.  Some possible values are
- *     generic:
- *
- *         u8: A one-byte field.
- *         be16: A two-byte field.
- *         be32: A four-byte field.
- *         be64: An eight-byte field.
- *
- *     The remaining values imply more about the value's semantics, though OVS
- *     does not currently take advantage of this additional information:
- *
- *         MAC: A six-byte field whose value is an Ethernet address.
- *         IPv6: A 16-byte field whose value is an IPv6 address.
- *         tunnelMD: A variable length field, up to 124 bytes, that carries
- *                   tunnel metadata.
- *
- *   Maskable:
- *
- *     Either "bitwise", if OVS supports matching any subset of bits in the
- *     field, or "no", if OVS only supports matching or wildcarding the entire
- *     field.
- *
- *   Formatting:
- *
- *     Explains how a field's value is formatted and parsed for human
- *     consumption.  Some of the options are fairly generally useful:
- *
- *       decimal: Formats the value as a decimal number.  On parsing, accepts
- *         decimal (with no prefix), hexadecimal with 0x prefix, or octal
- *         with 0 prefix.
- *
- *       hexadecimal: Same as decimal except nonzero values are formatted in
- *         hex with 0x prefix.  The default for parsing is *not* hexadecimal:
- *         only with a 0x prefix is the input in hexadecimal.
- *
- *       Ethernet: Formats and accepts the common format xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx.
- *         6-byte fields only.
- *
- *       IPv4: Formats and accepts the common format w.x.y.z.  4-byte fields
- *         only.
- *
- *       IPv6: Formats and accepts the common IPv6 formats.  16-byte fields
- *         only.
- *
- *       OpenFlow 1.0 port: Accepts an OpenFlow well-known port name
- *         (e.g. "IN_PORT") in uppercase or lowercase, or a 16-bit port
- *         number in decimal.  Formats ports using their well-known names in
- *         uppercase, or in decimal otherwise.  2-byte fields only.
- *
- *       OpenFlow 1.1+ port: Same syntax as for OpenFlow 1.0 ports but for
- *         4-byte OpenFlow 1.1+ port number fields.
- *
- *     Others are very specific to particular fields:
- *
- *       frag: One of the strings "no", "first", "later", "yes", "not_later"
- *         describing which IPv4/v6 fragments are matched.
- *
- *       tunnel flags: Any number of the strings "df", "csum", "key", or
- *         "oam" separated by "|".
- *
- *       TCP flags: See the description of tcp_flags in ovs-ofctl(8).
- *
- *   Prerequisites:
- *
- *     The field's prerequisites.  The values should be straightfoward.
- *
- *   Access:
- *
- *     Either "read-only", for a field that cannot be changed via OpenFlow, or
- *     "read/write" for a modifiable field.
- *
- *   NXM:
- *
- *     If the field has an NXM field assignment, then this specifies the NXM
- *     name of the field (e.g. "NXM_OF_ETH_SRC"), followed by its nxm_type in
- *     parentheses, followed by "since v<x>.<y>" specifying the version of Open
- *     vSwitch that first supported this field in NXM (e.g. "since v1.1" if it
- *     was introduced in Open vSwitch 1.1).
- *
- *     The NXM name must begin with NXM_OF_ or NXM_NX_.  This allows OVS to
- *     determine the correct NXM class.
- *
- *     If the field does not have an NXM field assignment, specify "none".
- *
- *   OXM:
- *
- *     If the field has an OXM field assignment, then this specifies the OXM
- *     name of the field (e.g. "OXM_OF_ETH_SRC"), followed by its nxm_type in
- *     parentheses, followed by "since OF<a>.<b> v<x>.<y>" specifying the
- *     versions of OpenFlow and Open vSwitch that first supported this field in
- *     OXM (e.g. "since OF1.3 and v1.10" if it was introduced in OpenFlow 1.3
- *     and first supported by Open vSwitch in version 1.10).
- *
- *     Some fields have more than one OXM field assignment.  For example,
- *     actset_output has an experimenter OXM assignment in OpenFlow 1.3 and a
- *     standard OXM assignment in OpenFlow 1.5.  In such a case, specify both,
- *     separated by commas.
- *
- *     OVS uses the start of the OXM field name to determine the correct OXM
- *     class.  To support a new OXM class, edit the mapping table in
- *     build-aux/extract-ofp-fields.
- *
- *     If the field does not have an OXM field assignment, specify "none".
- *
- * The following key-value pairs are optional.  Open vSwitch already supports
- * all the fields to which they apply, so new fields should probably not
- * include these pairs:
- *
- *   OF1.0:
- *
- *     Specify this as "exact match" if OpenFlow 1.0 can match or wildcard the
- *     entire field, or as "CIDR mask" if OpenFlow 1.0 can match any CIDR
- *     prefix of the field.  (OpenFlow 1.0 did not support bitwise matching.)
- *     Omit, if OpenFlow 1.0 did not support this field.
- *
- *   OF1.1:
- *
- *     Specify this as "exact match" if OpenFlow 1.1 can match or wildcard the
- *     entire field, or as "bitwise" if OpenFlow 1.1 can match any subset of
- *     bits in the field.  Omit, if OpenFlow 1.1 did not support this field.
- *
- * The following key-value pair is optional:
- *
- *   Prefix lookup member:
- *
- *     If this field makes sense for use with classifier_set_prefix_fields(),
- *     specify the name of the "struct flow" member that corresponds to the
- *     field.
- *
- * Finally, a few "register" fields have very similar names and purposes,
- * e.g. MFF_REG0 through MFF_REG7.  For these, the comments may be merged
- * together using <N> as a metasyntactic variable for the numeric suffix.
- * Lines in the comment that are specific to one of the particular fields by
- * writing, e.g. <1>, to consider that line only for e.g. MFF_REG1.
- */
-
-enum OVS_PACKED_ENUM mf_field_id {
-/* ## -------- ## */
-/* ## Metadata ## */
-/* ## -------- ## */
-
-    /* "dp_hash".
-     *
-     * Flow hash computed in the datapath.  Internal use only, not programmable
-     * from controller.
-     *
-     * The OXM code point for this is an attempt to test OXM experimenter
-     * support, which is otherwise difficult to test due to the dearth of use
-     * out in the wild.  Because controllers can't add flows that match on
-     * dp_hash, this doesn't commit OVS to supporting this OXM experimenter
-     * code point in the future.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_DP_HASH(35) since v2.2.
-     * OXM: NXOXM_ET_DP_HASH(0) since OF1.5 and v2.4.
-     */
-    MFF_DP_HASH,
-
-    /* "recirc_id".
-     *
-     * ID for recirculation.  The value 0 is reserved for initially received
-     * packets.  Internal use only, not programmable from controller.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_RECIRC_ID(36) since v2.2.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_RECIRC_ID,
-
-    /* "conj_id".
-     *
-     * ID for "conjunction" actions.  Please refer to ovs-ofctl(8)
-     * documentation of "conjunction" for details.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_CONJ_ID(37) since v2.4.
-     * OXM: none. */
-    MFF_CONJ_ID,
-
-    /* "tun_id" (aka "tunnel_id").
-     *
-     * The "key" or "tunnel ID" or "VNI" in a packet received via a keyed
-     * tunnel.  For protocols in which the key is shorter than 64 bits, the key
-     * is stored in the low bits and the high bits are zeroed.  For non-keyed
-     * tunnels and packets not received via a tunnel, the value is 0.
-     *
-     * Type: be64.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_ID(16) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_TUNNEL_ID(38) since OF1.3 and v1.10.
-     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.tun_id.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_ID,
-
-    /* "tun_src".
-     *
-     * The IPv4 source address in the outer IP header of a tunneled packet.
-     *
-     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv4.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_IPV4_SRC(31) since v2.0.
-     * OXM: none.
-     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.ip_src.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_SRC,
-
-    /* "tun_dst".
-     *
-     * The IPv4 destination address in the outer IP header of a tunneled
-     * packet.
-     *
-     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv4.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_IPV4_DST(32) since v2.0.
-     * OXM: none.
-     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.ip_dst.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_DST,
-
-    /* "tun_ipv6_src".
-     *
-     * The IPv6 source address in the outer IP header of a tunneled packet.
-     *
-     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
-     *
-     * Type: be128.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv6.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_IPV6_SRC(109) since v2.5.
-     * OXM: none.
-     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.ipv6_src.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_IPV6_SRC,
-
-    /* "tun_ipv6_dst".
-     *
-     * The IPv6 destination address in the outer IP header of a tunneled
-     * packet.
-     *
-     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
-     *
-     * Type: be128.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv6.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_IPV6_DST(110) since v2.5.
-     * OXM: none.
-     * Prefix lookup member: tunnel.ipv6_dst.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_IPV6_DST,
-
-    /* "tun_flags".
-     *
-     * Flags representing aspects of tunnel behavior.
-     *
-     * This field currently only has a single flag defined:
-     *
-     *   - NX_TUN_FLAG_OAM: The tunnel protocol indicated that this is an
-     *                      OAM control packet.
-     *
-     * The switch may reject matches against values that it is not aware of.
-     *
-     * Note that it is possible for newer version of Open vSwitch to
-     * introduce additional flags with varying meaning. It is therefore not
-     * recommended to use an exact match on this field since the behavior of
-     * these new flags is unknown and should be ignored.
-     *
-     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
-     *
-     * Type: be16 (low 1 bits).
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: tunnel flags.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_FLAGS(104) since v2.5.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_FLAGS,
-
-    /* "tun_ttl".
-     *
-     * The TTL in the outer IP header of a tunneled packet.  Internal use only,
-     * not programmable from controller.
-     *
-     * For non-tunneled packets, the value is 0.
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_TTL,
-
-    /* "tun_tos".
-     *
-     * The ToS value in the outer IP header of a tunneled packet.  Internal use
-     * only, not programmable from controller.
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_TOS,
-
-    /* "tun_gbp_id".
-     *
-     * VXLAN Group Policy ID
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_GBP_ID(38) since v2.4.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_GBP_ID,
-
-    /* "tun_gbp_flags".
-     *
-     * VXLAN Group Policy flags
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_GBP_FLAGS(39) since v2.4.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_GBP_FLAGS,
-
-#if TUN_METADATA_NUM_OPTS == 64
-    /* "tun_metadata<N>".
-     *
-     * Encapsulation metadata for tunnels.
-     *
-     * Each NXM can be dynamically mapped onto a particular tunnel field using
-     * OpenFlow commands. The individual NXMs can each carry up to 124 bytes
-     * of data and a combined total of 256 across all allocated fields.
-     *
-     * Type: tunnelMD.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA0(40) since v2.5.        <0>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA1(41) since v2.5.        <1>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA2(42) since v2.5.        <2>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA3(43) since v2.5.        <3>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA4(44) since v2.5.        <4>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA5(45) since v2.5.        <5>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA6(46) since v2.5.        <6>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA7(47) since v2.5.        <7>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA8(48) since v2.5.        <8>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA9(49) since v2.5.        <9>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA10(50) since v2.5.       <10>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA11(51) since v2.5.       <11>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA12(52) since v2.5.       <12>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA13(53) since v2.5.       <13>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA14(54) since v2.5.       <14>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA15(55) since v2.5.       <15>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA16(56) since v2.5.       <16>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA17(57) since v2.5.       <17>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA18(58) since v2.5.       <18>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA19(59) since v2.5.       <19>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA20(60) since v2.5.       <20>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA21(61) since v2.5.       <21>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA22(62) since v2.5.       <22>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA23(63) since v2.5.       <23>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA24(64) since v2.5.       <24>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA25(65) since v2.5.       <25>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA26(66) since v2.5.       <26>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA27(67) since v2.5.       <27>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA28(68) since v2.5.       <28>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA29(69) since v2.5.       <29>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA30(70) since v2.5.       <30>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA31(71) since v2.5.       <31>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA32(72) since v2.5.       <32>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA33(73) since v2.5.       <33>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA34(74) since v2.5.       <34>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA35(75) since v2.5.       <35>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA36(76) since v2.5.       <36>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA37(77) since v2.5.       <37>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA38(78) since v2.5.       <38>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA39(79) since v2.5.       <39>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA40(80) since v2.5.       <40>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA41(81) since v2.5.       <41>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA42(82) since v2.5.       <42>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA43(83) since v2.5.       <43>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA44(84) since v2.5.       <44>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA45(85) since v2.5.       <45>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA46(86) since v2.5.       <46>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA47(87) since v2.5.       <47>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA48(88) since v2.5.       <48>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA49(89) since v2.5.       <49>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA50(90) since v2.5.       <50>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA51(91) since v2.5.       <51>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA52(92) since v2.5.       <52>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA53(93) since v2.5.       <53>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA54(94) since v2.5.       <54>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA55(95) since v2.5.       <55>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA56(96) since v2.5.       <56>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA57(97) since v2.5.       <57>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA58(98) since v2.5.       <58>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA59(99) since v2.5.       <59>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA60(100) since v2.5.      <60>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA61(101) since v2.5.      <61>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA62(102) since v2.5.      <62>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TUN_METADATA63(103) since v2.5.      <63>
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA0,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA1,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA2,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA3,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA4,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA5,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA6,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA7,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA8,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA9,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA10,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA11,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA12,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA13,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA14,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA15,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA16,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA17,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA18,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA19,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA20,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA21,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA22,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA23,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA24,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA25,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA26,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA27,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA28,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA29,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA30,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA31,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA32,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA33,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA34,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA35,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA36,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA37,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA38,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA39,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA40,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA41,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA42,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA43,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA44,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA45,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA46,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA47,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA48,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA49,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA50,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA51,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA52,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA53,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA54,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA55,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA56,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA57,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA58,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA59,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA60,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA61,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA62,
-    MFF_TUN_METADATA63,
-#else
-#error "Need to update MFF_TUN_METADATA* to match TUN_METADATA_NUM_OPTS"
-#endif
-
-    /* "metadata".
-     *
-     * A scratch pad value standardized in OpenFlow 1.1+.  Initially zero, at
-     * the beginning of the pipeline.
-     *
-     * Type: be64.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_METADATA(2) since OF1.2 and v1.8.
-     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
-     */
-    MFF_METADATA,
-
-    /* "in_port".
-     *
-     * 16-bit (OpenFlow 1.0) view of the physical or virtual port on which the
-     * packet was received.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: OpenFlow 1.0 port.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_IN_PORT(0) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: none.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_IN_PORT,
-
-    /* "in_port_oxm".
-     *
-     * 32-bit (OpenFlow 1.1+) view of the physical or virtual port on which the
-     * packet was received.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: OpenFlow 1.1+ port.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IN_PORT(0) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_IN_PORT_OXM,
-
-    /* "actset_output".
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: OpenFlow 1.1+ port.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: ONFOXM_ET_ACTSET_OUTPUT(43) since OF1.3 and v2.4,
-     *      OXM_OF_ACTSET_OUTPUT(43) since OF1.5 and v2.4.
-     */
-    MFF_ACTSET_OUTPUT,
-
-    /* "skb_priority".
-     *
-     * Designates the queue to which output will be directed.  The value in
-     * this field is not necessarily the OpenFlow queue number; with the Linux
-     * kernel switch, it instead has a pair of subfields designating the
-     * "major" and "minor" numbers of a Linux kernel qdisc handle.
-     *
-     * This field is "semi-internal" in that it can be set with the "set_queue"
-     * action but not matched or read or written other ways.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_SKB_PRIORITY,
-
-    /* "pkt_mark".
-     *
-     * Packet metadata mark.  The mark may be passed into other system
-     * components in order to facilitate interaction between subsystems.  On
-     * Linux this corresponds to struct sk_buff's "skb_mark" member but the
-     * exact implementation is platform-dependent.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_PKT_MARK(33) since v2.0.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_PKT_MARK,
-
-    /* "ct_state".
-     *
-     * Connection tracking state.  The field is populated by the NXAST_CT
-     * action. The following bit values describe the state of the connection:
-     *
-     *   - New (0x01): This is the beginning of a new connection.
-     *   - Established (0x02): This is part of an already existing connection.
-     *   - Related (0x04): This is a separate connection that is related to an
-     *                     existing connection.
-     *   - Reply (0x08): This flow is in the reply direction, ie it did not
-     *                   initiate the connection.
-     *   - Invalid (0x10): This flow could not be associated with a connection.
-     *                     This could be set for a variety of reasons,
-     *                     including (but not limited to):
-     *                     - L3/L4 protocol handler is not loaded/unavailable.
-     *                     - L3/L4 protocol handler determines that the packet
-     *                       is malformed or invalid for the current FSM stage.
-     *                     - Packets are unexpected length for protocol.
-     *   - Tracked (0x20): Connection tracking has occurred.
-     *
-     * The "Tracked" bit corresponds to the packet_state as described in the
-     * description of NXAST_CT action. The remaining bits correspond to
-     * connection state. The "New" bit implies that the connection state
-     * is uncommitted, while "Established" implies that it has previously been
-     * committed.
-     *
-     * There are additional constraints on the ct_state bits, listed in order
-     * of precedence below:
-     *
-     *   - If "Tracked" is unset, no other bits may be set.
-     *   - If "Tracked" is set, one or more other bits may be set.
-     *   - If "Invalid" is set, only the "Tracked" bit is also set.
-     *   - The "New" and "Established" bits are mutually exclusive.
-     *   - The "New" and "Reply" bits are mutually exclusive.
-     *   - The "Related" bit may be set in conjunction with any other bits.
-     *     Connections that are identified as "Related" are separate
-     *     connections from the originating connection, so must be committed
-     *     separately. All packets for a related connection will have the
-     *     "Related" bit set (not just the initial packet).
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: ct state.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_CT_STATE(105) since v2.5.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_CT_STATE,
-
-    /* "ct_zone".
-     *
-     * Connection tracking zone.  The field is populated by the
-     * NXAST_CT action.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_CT_ZONE(106) since v2.5.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_CT_ZONE,
-
-    /* "ct_mark".
-     *
-     * Connection tracking mark.  The mark is carried with the
-     * connection tracking state.  On Linux this corresponds to the
-     * nf_conn's "mark" member but the exact implementation is
-     * platform-dependent.
-     *
-     * Writable only from nested actions within the NXAST_CT action.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_CT_MARK(107) since v2.5.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_CT_MARK,
-
-    /* "ct_label".
-     *
-     * Connection tracking label.  The label is carried with the
-     * connection tracking state.  On Linux this is held in the
-     * conntrack label extension but the exact implementation is
-     * platform-dependent.
-     *
-     * Writable only from nested actions within the NXAST_CT action.
-     *
-     * Type: be128.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_CT_LABEL(108) since v2.5.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_CT_LABEL,
-
-#if FLOW_N_REGS == 8
-    /* "reg<N>".
-     *
-     * Nicira extension scratch pad register with initial value 0.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG0(0) since v1.1.        <0>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG1(1) since v1.1.        <1>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG2(2) since v1.1.        <2>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG3(3) since v1.1.        <3>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG4(4) since v1.3.        <4>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG5(5) since v1.7.        <5>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG6(6) since v1.7.        <6>
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_REG7(7) since v1.7.        <7>
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_REG0,
-    MFF_REG1,
-    MFF_REG2,
-    MFF_REG3,
-    MFF_REG4,
-    MFF_REG5,
-    MFF_REG6,
-    MFF_REG7,
-#else
-#error "Need to update MFF_REG* to match FLOW_N_REGS"
-#endif
-
-#if FLOW_N_XREGS == 4
-    /* "xreg<N>".
-     *
-     * OpenFlow 1.5 ``extended register".  Each extended register
-     * overlays two of the Nicira extension 32-bit registers: xreg0 overlays
-     * reg0 and reg1, with reg0 supplying the most-significant bits of xreg0
-     * and reg1 the least-significant.  xreg1 similarly overlays reg2 and reg3,
-     * and so on.
-     *
-     * These registers were introduced in OpenFlow 1.5, but EXT-244 in the ONF
-     * JIRA also publishes them as a (draft) OpenFlow extension to OpenFlow
-     * 1.3.
-     *
-     * Type: be64.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_PKT_REG<N>(<N>) since OF1.3 and v2.4.
-     */
-    MFF_XREG0,
-    MFF_XREG1,
-    MFF_XREG2,
-    MFF_XREG3,
-#else
-#error "Need to update MFF_REG* to match FLOW_N_XREGS"
-#endif
-
-/* ## -------- ## */
-/* ## Ethernet ## */
-/* ## -------- ## */
-
-    /* "eth_src" (aka "dl_src").
-     *
-     * Source address in Ethernet header.
-     *
-     * This field was not maskable before Open vSwitch 1.8.
-     *
-     * Type: MAC.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: Ethernet.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_ETH_SRC(2) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ETH_SRC(4) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
-     */
-    MFF_ETH_SRC,
-
-    /* "eth_dst" (aka "dl_dst").
-     *
-     * Destination address in Ethernet header.
-     *
-     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, the allowed masks were restricted to
-     * 00:00:00:00:00:00, fe:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff, 01:00:00:00:00:00,
-     * ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff.
-     *
-     * Type: MAC.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: Ethernet.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_ETH_DST(1) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ETH_DST(3) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
-     */
-    MFF_ETH_DST,
-
-    /* "eth_type" (aka "dl_type").
-     *
-     * Packet's Ethernet type.
-     *
-     * For an Ethernet II packet this is taken from the Ethernet header.  For
-     * an 802.2 LLC+SNAP header with OUI 00-00-00 this is taken from the SNAP
-     * header.  A packet that has neither format has value 0x05ff
-     * (OFP_DL_TYPE_NOT_ETH_TYPE).
-     *
-     * For a packet with an 802.1Q header, this is the type of the encapsulated
-     * frame.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_ETH_TYPE(3) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ETH_TYPE(5) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_ETH_TYPE,
-
-/* ## ---- ## */
-/* ## VLAN ## */
-/* ## ---- ## */
-
-/* It looks odd for vlan_tci, vlan_vid, and vlan_pcp to say that they are
- * supported in OF1.0 and OF1.1, since the detailed semantics of these fields
- * only apply to NXM or OXM.  They are marked as supported for exact matches in
- * OF1.0 and OF1.1 because exact matches on those fields can be successfully
- * translated into the OF1.0 and OF1.1 flow formats. */
-
-    /* "vlan_tci".
-     *
-     * 802.1Q TCI.
-     *
-     * For a packet with an 802.1Q header, this is the Tag Control Information
-     * (TCI) field, with the CFI bit forced to 1.  For a packet with no 802.1Q
-     * header, this has value 0.
-     *
-     * This field can be used in various ways:
-     *
-     *   - If it is not constrained at all, the nx_match matches packets
-     *     without an 802.1Q header or with an 802.1Q header that has any TCI
-     *     value.
-     *
-     *   - Testing for an exact match with 0 matches only packets without an
-     *     802.1Q header.
-     *
-     *   - Testing for an exact match with a TCI value with CFI=1 matches
-     *     packets that have an 802.1Q header with a specified VID and PCP.
-     *
-     *   - Testing for an exact match with a nonzero TCI value with CFI=0 does
-     *     not make sense.  The switch may reject this combination.
-     *
-     *   - Testing with a specific VID and CFI=1, with nxm_mask=0x1fff, matches
-     *     packets that have an 802.1Q header with that VID (and any PCP).
-     *
-     *   - Testing with a specific PCP and CFI=1, with nxm_mask=0xf000, matches
-     *     packets that have an 802.1Q header with that PCP (and any VID).
-     *
-     *   - Testing with nxm_value=0, nxm_mask=0x0fff matches packets with no
-     *     802.1Q header or with an 802.1Q header with a VID of 0.
-     *
-     *   - Testing with nxm_value=0, nxm_mask=0xe000 matches packets with no
-     *     802.1Q header or with an 802.1Q header with a PCP of 0.
-     *
-     *   - Testing with nxm_value=0, nxm_mask=0xefff matches packets with no
-     *     802.1Q header or with an 802.1Q header with both VID and PCP of 0.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_VLAN_TCI(4) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: none.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_VLAN_TCI,
-
-    /* "dl_vlan" (OpenFlow 1.0).
-     *
-     * VLAN ID field.  Zero if no 802.1Q header is present.
-     *
-     * Type: be16 (low 12 bits).
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: none.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_DL_VLAN,
-
-    /* "vlan_vid" (OpenFlow 1.2+).
-     *
-     * If an 802.1Q header is present, this field's value is 0x1000
-     * bitwise-or'd with the VLAN ID.  If no 802.1Q is present, this field's
-     * value is 0.
-     *
-     * Type: be16 (low 12 bits).
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_VLAN_VID(6) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_VLAN_VID,
-
-    /* "dl_vlan_pcp" (OpenFlow 1.0).
-     *
-     * VLAN priority (PCP) field.  Zero if no 802.1Q header is present.
-     *
-     * Type: u8 (low 3 bits).
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: none.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: none.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_DL_VLAN_PCP,
-
-    /* "vlan_pcp" (OpenFlow 1.2+).
-     *
-     * VLAN priority (PCP) field.  Zero if no 802.1Q header is present.
-     *
-     * Type: u8 (low 3 bits).
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: VLAN VID.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_VLAN_PCP(7) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_VLAN_PCP,
-
-/* ## ---- ## */
-/* ## MPLS ## */
-/* ## ---- ## */
-
-    /* "mpls_label".
-     *
-     * The outermost MPLS label, or 0 if no MPLS labels are present.
-     *
-     * Type: be32 (low 20 bits).
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: MPLS.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_MPLS_LABEL(34) since OF1.2 and v1.11.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_MPLS_LABEL,
-
-    /* "mpls_tc".
-     *
-     * The outermost MPLS label's traffic control (TC) field, or 0 if no MPLS
-     * labels are present.
-     *
-     * Type: u8 (low 3 bits).
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: MPLS.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_MPLS_TC(35) since OF1.2 and v1.11.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_MPLS_TC,
-
-    /* "mpls_bos".
-     *
-     * The outermost MPLS label's bottom of stack (BoS) field, or 0 if no MPLS
-     * labels are present.
-     *
-     * Type: u8 (low 1 bits).
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: MPLS.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_MPLS_BOS(36) since OF1.3 and v1.11.
-     */
-    MFF_MPLS_BOS,
-
-    /* "mpls_ttl".
-     *
-     * The outermost MPLS label's time-to-live (TTL) field, or 0 if no MPLS
-     * labels are present.
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: MPLS.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_MPLS_TTL(30) since v2.6.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_MPLS_TTL,
-
-/* ## ---- ## */
-/* ## IPv4 ## */
-/* ## ---- ## */
-
-/* Update mf_is_l3_or_higher() if MFF_IPV4_SRC is no longer the first element
- * for a field of layer 3 or higher */
-
-    /* "ip_src" (aka "nw_src").
-     *
-     * The source address in the IPv4 header.
-     *
-     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv4.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv4.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_IP_SRC(7) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV4_SRC(11) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: CIDR mask.
-     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
-     * Prefix lookup member: nw_src.
-     */
-    MFF_IPV4_SRC,
-
-    /* "ip_dst" (aka "nw_dst").
-     *
-     * The destination address in the IPv4 header.
-     *
-     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv4.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv4.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_IP_DST(8) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV4_DST(12) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: CIDR mask.
-     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
-     * Prefix lookup member: nw_dst.
-     */
-    MFF_IPV4_DST,
-
-/* ## ---- ## */
-/* ## IPv6 ## */
-/* ## ---- ## */
-
-    /* "ipv6_src".
-     *
-     * The source address in the IPv6 header.
-     *
-     * Type: be128.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv6.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv6.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_IPV6_SRC(19) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_SRC(26) since OF1.2 and v1.1.
-     * Prefix lookup member: ipv6_src.
-     */
-    MFF_IPV6_SRC,
-
-    /* "ipv6_dst".
-     *
-     * The destination address in the IPv6 header.
-     *
-     * Type: be128.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv6.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv6.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_IPV6_DST(20) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_DST(27) since OF1.2 and v1.1.
-     * Prefix lookup member: ipv6_dst.
-     */
-    MFF_IPV6_DST,
-
-    /* "ipv6_label".
-     *
-     * The flow label in the IPv6 header.
-     *
-     * Type: be32 (low 20 bits).
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: hexadecimal.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv6.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_IPV6_LABEL(27) since v1.4.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_FLABEL(28) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     */
-    MFF_IPV6_LABEL,
-
-/* ## ----------------------- ## */
-/* ## IPv4/IPv6 common fields ## */
-/* ## ----------------------- ## */
-
-    /* "nw_proto" (aka "ip_proto").
-     *
-     * The "protocol" byte in the IPv4 or IPv6 header.
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_IP_PROTO(6) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IP_PROTO(10) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_IP_PROTO,
-
-/* Both views of the DSCP below are marked as supported in all of the versions
- * of OpenFlow because a match on either view can be successfully translated
- * into every OpenFlow flow format. */
-
-    /* "nw_tos" (OpenFlow 1.0/1.1).
-     *
-     * The DSCP byte in the IPv4 header or the traffic class byte from the IPv6
-     * header, with the ECN bits forced to 0.  (That is, bits 2-7 contain the
-     * type of service and bits 0-1 are zero.)
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_IP_TOS(5) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: none.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_IP_DSCP,
-
-    /* "ip_dscp" (OpenFlow 1.2+).
-     *
-     * The DSCP byte in the IPv4 header or the traffic class byte from the IPv6
-     * header, shifted right 2 bits.  (That is, bits 0-5 contain the type of
-     * service and bits 6-7 are zero.)
-     *
-     * Type: u8 (low 6 bits).
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IP_DSCP(8) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_IP_DSCP_SHIFTED,
-
-    /* "nw_ecn" (aka "ip_ecn").
-     *
-     * The ECN bits in the IPv4 or IPv6 header.
-     *
-     * Type: u8 (low 2 bits).
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_IP_ECN(28) since v1.4.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IP_ECN(9) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     */
-    MFF_IP_ECN,
-
-    /* "nw_ttl".
-     *
-     * The time-to-live (TTL) in the IPv4 header or hop limit in the IPv6
-     * header.
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_IP_TTL(29) since v1.4.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_IP_TTL,
-
-    /* "ip_frag".
-     *
-     * IP fragment information.
-     *
-     * This field has three possible values:
-     *
-     *   - A packet that is not an IP fragment has value 0.
-     *
-     *   - A packet that is an IP fragment with offset 0 (the first fragment)
-     *     has bit 0 set and thus value 1.
-     *
-     *   - A packet that is an IP fragment with nonzero offset has bits 0 and 1
-     *     set and thus value 3.
-     *
-     * NX_IP_FRAG_ANY and NX_IP_FRAG_LATER are declared to symbolically
-     * represent the meanings of bits 0 and 1.
-     *
-     * The switch may reject matches against values that can never appear.
-     *
-     * It is important to understand how this field interacts with the OpenFlow
-     * IP fragment handling mode:
-     *
-     *   - In OFPC_FRAG_DROP mode, the OpenFlow switch drops all IP fragments
-     *     before they reach the flow table, so every packet that is available
-     *     for matching will have value 0 in this field.
-     *
-     *   - Open vSwitch does not implement OFPC_FRAG_REASM mode, but if it did
-     *     then IP fragments would be reassembled before they reached the flow
-     *     table and again every packet available for matching would always
-     *     have value 0.
-     *
-     *   - In OFPC_FRAG_NORMAL mode, all three values are possible, but
-     *     OpenFlow 1.0 says that fragments' transport ports are always 0, even
-     *     for the first fragment, so this does not provide much extra
-     *     information.
-     *
-     *   - In OFPC_FRAG_NX_MATCH mode, all three values are possible.  For
-     *     fragments with offset 0, Open vSwitch makes L4 header information
-     *     available.
-     *
-     * Type: u8 (low 2 bits).
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: frag.
-     * Prerequisites: IPv4/IPv6.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_IP_FRAG(26) since v1.3.
-     * OXM: none.
-     */
-    MFF_IP_FRAG,
-
-/* ## --- ## */
-/* ## ARP ## */
-/* ## --- ## */
-
-    /* "arp_op".
-     *
-     * ARP opcode.
-     *
-     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the opcode in the ARP header.  Always 0
-     * otherwise.  Only ARP opcodes between 1 and 255 should be specified for
-     * matching.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: ARP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_ARP_OP(15) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_OP(21) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_ARP_OP,
-
-    /* "arp_spa".
-     *
-     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the source protocol (IPv4) address in the
-     * ARP header.  Always 0 otherwise.
-     *
-     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv4.
-     * Prerequisites: ARP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_ARP_SPA(16) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_SPA(22) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: CIDR mask.
-     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
-     */
-    MFF_ARP_SPA,
-
-    /* "arp_tpa".
-     *
-     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the target protocol (IPv4) address in the
-     * ARP header.  Always 0 otherwise.
-     *
-     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
-     *
-     * Type: be32.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv4.
-     * Prerequisites: ARP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_ARP_TPA(17) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_TPA(23) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: CIDR mask.
-     * OF1.1: bitwise mask.
-     */
-    MFF_ARP_TPA,
-
-    /* "arp_sha".
-     *
-     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the source hardware (Ethernet) address in
-     * the ARP header.  Always 0 otherwise.
-     *
-     * Type: MAC.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: Ethernet.
-     * Prerequisites: ARP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_ARP_SHA(17) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_SHA(24) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     */
-    MFF_ARP_SHA,
-
-    /* "arp_tha".
-     *
-     * For an Ethernet+IP ARP packet, the target hardware (Ethernet) address in
-     * the ARP header.  Always 0 otherwise.
-     *
-     * Type: MAC.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: Ethernet.
-     * Prerequisites: ARP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_ARP_THA(18) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ARP_THA(25) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     */
-    MFF_ARP_THA,
-
-/* ## --- ## */
-/* ## TCP ## */
-/* ## --- ## */
-
-    /* "tcp_src" (aka "tp_src").
-     *
-     * TCP source port.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: TCP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_TCP_SRC(9) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_TCP_SRC(13) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_TCP_SRC,
-
-    /* "tcp_dst" (aka "tp_dst").
-     *
-     * TCP destination port.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: TCP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_TCP_DST(10) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_TCP_DST(14) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_TCP_DST,
-
-    /* "tcp_flags".
-     *
-     * Flags in the TCP header.
-     *
-     * TCP currently defines 9 flag bits, and additional 3 bits are reserved
-     * (must be transmitted as zero).  See RFCs 793, 3168, and 3540.
-     *
-     * Type: be16 (low 12 bits).
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: TCP flags.
-     * Prerequisites: TCP.
-     * Access: read-only.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_TCP_FLAGS(34) since v2.1.
-     * OXM: ONFOXM_ET_TCP_FLAGS(42) since OF1.3 and v2.4,
-     *      OXM_OF_TCP_FLAGS(42) since OF1.5 and v2.3.
-     */
-    MFF_TCP_FLAGS,
-
-/* ## --- ## */
-/* ## UDP ## */
-/* ## --- ## */
-
-    /* "udp_src".
-     *
-     * UDP source port.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: UDP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_UDP_SRC(11) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_UDP_SRC(15) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_UDP_SRC,
-
-    /* "udp_dst".
-     *
-     * UDP destination port
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: UDP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_UDP_DST(12) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_UDP_DST(16) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_UDP_DST,
-
-/* ## ---- ## */
-/* ## SCTP ## */
-/* ## ---- ## */
-
-    /* "sctp_src".
-     *
-     * SCTP source port.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: SCTP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_SCTP_SRC(17) since OF1.2 and v2.0.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_SCTP_SRC,
-
-    /* "sctp_dst".
-     *
-     * SCTP destination port.
-     *
-     * Type: be16.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: SCTP.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: none.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_SCTP_DST(18) since OF1.2 and v2.0.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_SCTP_DST,
-
-/* ## ---- ## */
-/* ## ICMP ## */
-/* ## ---- ## */
-
-    /* "icmp_type".
-     *
-     * ICMPv4 type.
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: ICMPv4.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_ICMP_TYPE(13) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ICMPV4_TYPE(19) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_ICMPV4_TYPE,
-
-    /* "icmp_code".
-     *
-     * ICMPv4 code.
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: ICMPv4.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_OF_ICMP_CODE(14) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ICMPV4_CODE(20) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     * OF1.0: exact match.
-     * OF1.1: exact match.
-     */
-    MFF_ICMPV4_CODE,
-
-    /* "icmpv6_type".
-     *
-     * ICMPv6 type.
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: ICMPv6.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_ICMPV6_TYPE(21) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ICMPV6_TYPE(29) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     */
-    MFF_ICMPV6_TYPE,
-
-    /* "icmpv6_code".
-     *
-     * ICMPv6 code.
-     *
-     * Type: u8.
-     * Maskable: no.
-     * Formatting: decimal.
-     * Prerequisites: ICMPv6.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_ICMPV6_CODE(22) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_ICMPV6_CODE(30) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     */
-    MFF_ICMPV6_CODE,
-
-/* ## ------------------------- ## */
-/* ## ICMPv6 Neighbor Discovery ## */
-/* ## ------------------------- ## */
-
-    /* "nd_target".
-     *
-     * The target address in an IPv6 Neighbor Discovery message.
-     *
-     * Before Open vSwitch 1.8, only CIDR masks were supported.
-     *
-     * Type: be128.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: IPv6.
-     * Prerequisites: ND.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_ND_TARGET(23) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_ND_TARGET(31) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     */
-    MFF_ND_TARGET,
-
-    /* "nd_sll".
-     *
-     * The source link layer address in an IPv6 Neighbor Discovery message.
-     *
-     * Type: MAC.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: Ethernet.
-     * Prerequisites: ND solicit.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_ND_SLL(24) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_ND_SLL(32) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     */
-    MFF_ND_SLL,
-
-    /* "nd_tll".
-     *
-     * The target link layer address in an IPv6 Neighbor Discovery message.
-     *
-     * Type: MAC.
-     * Maskable: bitwise.
-     * Formatting: Ethernet.
-     * Prerequisites: ND advert.
-     * Access: read/write.
-     * NXM: NXM_NX_ND_TLL(25) since v1.1.
-     * OXM: OXM_OF_IPV6_ND_TLL(33) since OF1.2 and v1.7.
-     */
-    MFF_ND_TLL,
-
-    MFF_N_IDS
-};
-
-/* A set of mf_field_ids. */
-struct mf_bitmap {
-    unsigned long bm[BITMAP_N_LONGS(MFF_N_IDS)];
-};
-#define MF_BITMAP_INITIALIZER { { [0] = 0 } }
-
-/* Use this macro as CASE_MFF_REGS: in a switch statement to choose all of the
- * MFF_REGn cases. */
-#if FLOW_N_REGS == 8
-#define CASE_MFF_REGS                                           \
-    case MFF_REG0: case MFF_REG1: case MFF_REG2: case MFF_REG3: \
-    case MFF_REG4: case MFF_REG5: case MFF_REG6: case MFF_REG7
-#else
-#error "Need to update CASE_MFF_REGS to match FLOW_N_REGS"
-#endif
-
-/* Use this macro as CASE_MFF_XREGS: in a switch statement to choose all of the
- * MFF_REGn cases. */
-#if FLOW_N_XREGS == 4
-#define CASE_MFF_XREGS                                              \
-    case MFF_XREG0: case MFF_XREG1: case MFF_XREG2: case MFF_XREG3
-#else
-#error "Need to update CASE_MFF_XREGS to match FLOW_N_XREGS"
-#endif
-
-/* Use this macro as CASE_MFF_TUN_METADATA: in a switch statement to choose
- * all of the MFF_TUN_METADATAn cases. */
-#define CASE_MFF_TUN_METADATA                         \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA0: case MFF_TUN_METADATA1:   \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA2: case MFF_TUN_METADATA3:   \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA4: case MFF_TUN_METADATA5:   \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA6: case MFF_TUN_METADATA7:   \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA8: case MFF_TUN_METADATA9:   \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA10: case MFF_TUN_METADATA11: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA12: case MFF_TUN_METADATA13: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA14: case MFF_TUN_METADATA15: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA16: case MFF_TUN_METADATA17: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA18: case MFF_TUN_METADATA19: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA20: case MFF_TUN_METADATA21: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA22: case MFF_TUN_METADATA23: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA24: case MFF_TUN_METADATA25: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA26: case MFF_TUN_METADATA27: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA28: case MFF_TUN_METADATA29: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA30: case MFF_TUN_METADATA31: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA32: case MFF_TUN_METADATA33: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA34: case MFF_TUN_METADATA35: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA36: case MFF_TUN_METADATA37: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA38: case MFF_TUN_METADATA39: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA40: case MFF_TUN_METADATA41: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA42: case MFF_TUN_METADATA43: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA44: case MFF_TUN_METADATA45: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA46: case MFF_TUN_METADATA47: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA48: case MFF_TUN_METADATA49: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA50: case MFF_TUN_METADATA51: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA52: case MFF_TUN_METADATA53: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA54: case MFF_TUN_METADATA55: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA56: case MFF_TUN_METADATA57: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA58: case MFF_TUN_METADATA59: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA60: case MFF_TUN_METADATA61: \
-    case MFF_TUN_METADATA62: case MFF_TUN_METADATA63
-
-/* Prerequisites for matching a field.
- *
- * A field may only be matched if the correct lower-level protocols are also
- * matched.  For example, the TCP port may be matched only if the Ethernet type
- * matches ETH_TYPE_IP and the IP protocol matches IPPROTO_TCP. */
-enum OVS_PACKED_ENUM mf_prereqs {
-    MFP_NONE,
-
-    /* L2 requirements. */
-    MFP_ARP,
-    MFP_VLAN_VID,
-    MFP_IPV4,
-    MFP_IPV6,
-    MFP_IP_ANY,
-
-    /* L2.5 requirements. */
-    MFP_MPLS,
-
-    /* L2+L3 requirements. */
-    MFP_TCP,                    /* On IPv4 or IPv6. */
-    MFP_UDP,                    /* On IPv4 or IPv6. */
-    MFP_SCTP,                   /* On IPv4 or IPv6. */
-    MFP_ICMPV4,
-    MFP_ICMPV6,
-
-    /* L2+L3+L4 requirements. */
-    MFP_ND,
-    MFP_ND_SOLICIT,
-    MFP_ND_ADVERT
-};
-
-/* Forms of partial-field masking allowed for a field.
- *
- * Every field may be masked as a whole. */
-enum OVS_PACKED_ENUM mf_maskable {
-    MFM_NONE,                   /* No sub-field masking. */
-    MFM_FULLY,                  /* Every bit is individually maskable. */
-};
-
-/* How to format or parse a field's value. */
-enum OVS_PACKED_ENUM mf_string {
-    /* Integer formats.
-     *
-     * The particular MFS_* constant sets the output format.  On input, either
-     * decimal or hexadecimal (prefixed with 0x) is accepted. */
-    MFS_DECIMAL,
-    MFS_HEXADECIMAL,
-
-    /* Other formats. */
-    MFS_CT_STATE,               /* Connection tracking state */
-    MFS_ETHERNET,
-    MFS_IPV4,
-    MFS_IPV6,
-    MFS_OFP_PORT,               /* 16-bit OpenFlow 1.0 port number or name. */
-    MFS_OFP_PORT_OXM,           /* 32-bit OpenFlow 1.1+ port number or name. */
-    MFS_FRAG,                   /* no, yes, first, later, not_later */
-    MFS_TNL_FLAGS,              /* FLOW_TNL_F_* flags */
-    MFS_TCP_FLAGS,              /* TCP_* flags */
-};
-
-struct mf_field {
-    /* Identification. */
-    enum mf_field_id id;        /* MFF_*. */
-    const char *name;           /* Name of this field, e.g. "eth_type". */
-    const char *extra_name;     /* Alternate name, e.g. "dl_type", or NULL. */
-
-    /* Size.
-     *
-     * Most fields have n_bytes * 8 == n_bits.  There are a few exceptions:
-     *
-     *     - "dl_vlan" is 2 bytes but only 12 bits.
-     *     - "dl_vlan_pcp" is 1 byte but only 3 bits.
-     *     - "is_frag" is 1 byte but only 2 bits.
-     *     - "ipv6_label" is 4 bytes but only 20 bits.
-     *     - "mpls_label" is 4 bytes but only 20 bits.
-     *     - "mpls_tc"    is 1 byte but only 3 bits.
-     *     - "mpls_bos"   is 1 byte but only 1 bit.
-     */
-    unsigned int n_bytes;       /* Width of the field in bytes. */
-    unsigned int n_bits;        /* Number of significant bits in field. */
-    bool variable_len;          /* Length is variable, if so width is max. */
-
-    /* Properties. */
-    enum mf_maskable maskable;
-    enum mf_string string;
-    enum mf_prereqs prereqs;
-    bool writable;              /* May be written by actions? */
-
-    /* Usable protocols.
-     *
-     * NXM and OXM are extensible, allowing later extensions to be sent in
-     * earlier protocol versions, so this does not necessarily correspond to
-     * the OpenFlow protocol version the field was introduced in.
-     * Also, some field types are tranparently mapped to each other via the
-     * struct flow (like vlan and dscp/tos fields), so each variant supports
-     * all protocols.
-     *
-     * These are combinations of OFPUTIL_P_*.  (They are not declared as type
-     * enum ofputil_protocol because that would give meta-flow.h and ofp-util.h
-     * a circular dependency.) */
-    uint32_t usable_protocols_exact;   /* Matching or setting whole field. */
-    uint32_t usable_protocols_cidr;    /* Matching a CIDR mask in field. */
-    uint32_t usable_protocols_bitwise; /* Matching arbitrary bits in field. */
-
-    int flow_be32ofs;  /* Field's be32 offset in "struct flow", if prefix tree
-                        * lookup is supported for the field, or -1. */
-};
-
-/* The representation of a field's value. */
-union mf_value {
-    uint8_t tun_metadata[128];
-    struct in6_addr ipv6;
-    struct eth_addr mac;
-    ovs_be128 be128;
-    ovs_be64 be64;
-    ovs_be32 be32;
-    ovs_be16 be16;
-    uint8_t u8;
-};
-BUILD_ASSERT_DECL(sizeof(union mf_value) == 128);
-BUILD_ASSERT_DECL(sizeof(union mf_value) >= TLV_MAX_OPT_SIZE);
-
-/* A const mf_value with all bits initialized to ones. */
-extern const union mf_value exact_match_mask;
-
-/* Part of a field. */
-struct mf_subfield {
-    const struct mf_field *field;
-    unsigned int ofs;           /* Bit offset. */
-    unsigned int n_bits;        /* Number of bits. */
-};
-
-/* Data for some part of an mf_field.
- *
- * The data is stored "right-justified".  For example, if "union mf_subvalue
- * value" contains NXM_OF_VLAN_TCI[0..11], then one could access the
- * corresponding data in value.be16[7] as the bits in the mask htons(0xfff). */
-union mf_subvalue {
-    /* Access to full data. */
-    uint8_t u8[128];
-    ovs_be16 be16[64];
-    ovs_be32 be32[32];
-    ovs_be64 be64[16];
-
-    /* Convenient access to just least-significant bits in various forms. */
-    struct {
-        ovs_be64 dummy_integer[15];
-        ovs_be64 integer;
-    };
-    struct {
-        uint8_t dummy_mac[122];
-        struct eth_addr mac;
-    };
-    struct {
-        ovs_be32 dummy_ipv4[31];
-        ovs_be32 ipv4;
-    };
-    struct {
-        struct in6_addr dummy_ipv6[7];
-        struct in6_addr ipv6;
-    };
-};
-BUILD_ASSERT_DECL(sizeof(union mf_value) == sizeof (union mf_subvalue));
-
-bool mf_subvalue_intersect(const union mf_subvalue *a_value,
-                           const union mf_subvalue *a_mask,
-                           const union mf_subvalue *b_value,
-                           const union mf_subvalue *b_mask,
-                           union mf_subvalue *dst_value,
-                           union mf_subvalue *dst_mask);
-int mf_subvalue_width(const union mf_subvalue *);
-void mf_subvalue_shift(union mf_subvalue *, int n);
-void mf_subvalue_format(const union mf_subvalue *, struct ds *);
-
-/* An array of fields with values */
-struct field_array {
-    struct mf_bitmap used;
-    union mf_value value[MFF_N_IDS];
-};
-
-/* Finding mf_fields. */
-const struct mf_field *mf_from_name(const char *name);
-
-static inline const struct mf_field *
-mf_from_id(enum mf_field_id id)
-{
-    extern const struct mf_field mf_fields[MFF_N_IDS];
-    ovs_assert((unsigned int) id < MFF_N_IDS);
-    return &mf_fields[id];
-}
-
-/* Inspecting wildcarded bits. */
-bool mf_is_all_wild(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow_wildcards *);
-
-bool mf_is_mask_valid(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *mask);
-void mf_get_mask(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow_wildcards *,
-                 union mf_value *mask);
-
-/* Prerequisites. */
-bool mf_are_prereqs_ok(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow *);
-void mf_mask_field_and_prereqs(const struct mf_field *,
-                               struct flow_wildcards *);
-void mf_bitmap_set_field_and_prereqs(const struct mf_field *mf, struct
-                                     mf_bitmap *bm);
-
-static inline bool
-mf_is_l3_or_higher(const struct mf_field *mf)
-{
-    return mf->id >= MFF_IPV4_SRC;
-}
-
-/* Field values. */
-bool mf_is_value_valid(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value);
-
-void mf_get_value(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow *,
-                  union mf_value *value);
-void mf_set_value(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value,
-                  struct match *, char **err_str);
-void mf_set_flow_value(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value,
-                       struct flow *);
-void mf_set_flow_value_masked(const struct mf_field *,
-                              const union mf_value *value,
-                              const union mf_value *mask,
-                              struct flow *);
-bool mf_is_tun_metadata(const struct mf_field *);
-bool mf_is_set(const struct mf_field *, const struct flow *);
-void mf_mask_field(const struct mf_field *, struct flow *);
-int mf_field_len(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value,
-                 const union mf_value *mask, bool *is_masked);
-
-void mf_get(const struct mf_field *, const struct match *,
-            union mf_value *value, union mf_value *mask);
-
-/* Returns the set of usable protocols. */
-uint32_t mf_set(const struct mf_field *, const union mf_value *value,
-                const union mf_value *mask, struct match *, char **err_str);
-
-void mf_set_wild(const struct mf_field *, struct match *, char **err_str);
-
-/* Subfields. */
-void mf_write_subfield_flow(const struct mf_subfield *,
-                            const union mf_subvalue *, struct flow *);
-void mf_write_subfield(const struct mf_subfield *, const union mf_subvalue *,
-                       struct match *);
-void mf_mask_subfield(const struct mf_field *,
-                      const union mf_subvalue *value,
-                      const union mf_subvalue *mask,
-                      struct match *);
-
-void mf_read_subfield(const struct mf_subfield *, const struct flow *,
-                      union mf_subvalue *);
-uint64_t mf_get_subfield(const struct mf_subfield *, const struct flow *);
-
-
-enum ofperr mf_check_src(const struct mf_subfield *, const struct flow *);
-enum ofperr mf_check_dst(const struct mf_subfield *, const struct flow *);
-
-/* Parsing and formatting. */
-char *mf_parse(const struct mf_field *, const char *,
-               union mf_value *value, union mf_value *mask);
-char *mf_parse_value(const struct mf_field *, const char *, union mf_value *);
-void mf_format(const struct mf_field *,
-               const union mf_value *value, const union mf_value *mask,
-               struct ds *);
-void mf_format_subvalue(const union mf_subvalue *subvalue, struct ds *s);
-
-/* Field Arrays. */
-void field_array_set(enum mf_field_id id, const union mf_value *,
-                     struct field_array *);
-
-#endif /* meta-flow.h */
diff --git a/lib/nx-match.c b/lib/nx-match.c
index a00fd36..a788b10 100644
--- a/lib/nx-match.c
+++ b/lib/nx-match.c
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ 
 #include "colors.h"
 #include "openvswitch/dynamic-string.h"
 #include "hmap.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "ofp-actions.h"
 #include "ofp-util.h"
 #include "openvswitch/ofpbuf.h"
diff --git a/lib/nx-match.h b/lib/nx-match.h
index ce252f0..51d6414 100644
--- a/lib/nx-match.h
+++ b/lib/nx-match.h
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ 
 #include <netinet/in.h>
 #include "compiler.h"
 #include "flow.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "openvswitch/ofp-errors.h"
 #include "openvswitch/types.h"
 
diff --git a/lib/ofp-actions.c b/lib/ofp-actions.c
index eed0ec2..d311d20 100644
--- a/lib/ofp-actions.c
+++ b/lib/ofp-actions.c
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ 
 #include "openvswitch/dynamic-string.h"
 #include "hmap.h"
 #include "learn.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "multipath.h"
 #include "nx-match.h"
 #include "odp-netlink.h"
diff --git a/lib/ofp-actions.h b/lib/ofp-actions.h
index 46818e3..2af2a8d 100644
--- a/lib/ofp-actions.h
+++ b/lib/ofp-actions.h
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ 
 
 #include <stddef.h>
 #include <stdint.h>
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "ofp-util.h"
 #include "openflow/openflow.h"
 #include "openflow/nicira-ext.h"
diff --git a/lib/ofp-parse.c b/lib/ofp-parse.c
index 13f6bd6..015b7a5 100644
--- a/lib/ofp-parse.c
+++ b/lib/ofp-parse.c
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ 
 #include "byte-order.h"
 #include "openvswitch/dynamic-string.h"
 #include "learn.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "multipath.h"
 #include "netdev.h"
 #include "nx-match.h"
diff --git a/lib/ofp-print.c b/lib/ofp-print.c
index 69050cf..cd91f6b 100644
--- a/lib/ofp-print.c
+++ b/lib/ofp-print.c
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ 
 #include "flow.h"
 #include "learn.h"
 #include "multipath.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "netdev.h"
 #include "nx-match.h"
 #include "ofp-actions.h"
diff --git a/lib/ofp-util.c b/lib/ofp-util.c
index 71d1bef..fcf6bf9 100644
--- a/lib/ofp-util.c
+++ b/lib/ofp-util.c
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ 
 #include "classifier.h"
 #include "openvswitch/dynamic-string.h"
 #include "learn.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "multipath.h"
 #include "netdev.h"
 #include "nx-match.h"
diff --git a/lib/ofp-util.h b/lib/ofp-util.h
index 0e5b440..ca36dc4 100644
--- a/lib/ofp-util.h
+++ b/lib/ofp-util.h
@@ -22,10 +22,10 @@ 
 #include <stdint.h>
 #include "bitmap.h"
 #include "compiler.h"
-#include "flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/flow.h"
 #include "openvswitch/list.h"
 #include "openvswitch/match.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "netdev.h"
 #include "openflow/netronome-ext.h"
 #include "openflow/nicira-ext.h"
diff --git a/ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.c b/ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.c
index b7f12b9..8193d94 100644
--- a/ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.c
+++ b/ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.c
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ 
 #include "ovs-lldp.h"
 #include "mac-learning.h"
 #include "mcast-snooping.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "multipath.h"
 #include "netdev-vport.h"
 #include "netlink.h"
diff --git a/ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.h b/ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.h
index cf9932c..c4c23d5 100644
--- a/ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.h
+++ b/ofproto/ofproto-dpif-xlate.h
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ 
 
 #include "dp-packet.h"
 #include "flow.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "odp-util.h"
 #include "openvswitch/ofpbuf.h"
 #include "ofproto-dpif-mirror.h"
diff --git a/ofproto/ofproto-dpif.c b/ofproto/ofproto-dpif.c
index 499a582..11e6d89 100644
--- a/ofproto/ofproto-dpif.c
+++ b/ofproto/ofproto-dpif.c
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ 
 #include "learn.h"
 #include "mac-learning.h"
 #include "mcast-snooping.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "multipath.h"
 #include "netdev-vport.h"
 #include "netdev.h"
diff --git a/ofproto/ofproto.c b/ofproto/ofproto.c
index 6e74e5e..72b1d34 100644
--- a/ofproto/ofproto.c
+++ b/ofproto/ofproto.c
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ 
 #include "openvswitch/dynamic-string.h"
 #include "hash.h"
 #include "hmap.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "netdev.h"
 #include "nx-match.h"
 #include "ofp-actions.h"
diff --git a/ofproto/ofproto.h b/ofproto/ofproto.h
index 2d5a481..2d241c9 100644
--- a/ofproto/ofproto.h
+++ b/ofproto/ofproto.h
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ 
 #include "cfm.h"
 #include "classifier.h"
 #include "flow.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "netflow.h"
 #include "rstp.h"
 #include "smap.h"
diff --git a/ovn/controller/ofctrl.h b/ovn/controller/ofctrl.h
index 93ef8ea..bc9cfba 100644
--- a/ovn/controller/ofctrl.h
+++ b/ovn/controller/ofctrl.h
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ 
 
 #include <stdint.h>
 
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 
 struct controller_ctx;
 struct hmap;
diff --git a/ovn/controller/physical.h b/ovn/controller/physical.h
index 826b99b..9e1fe77 100644
--- a/ovn/controller/physical.h
+++ b/ovn/controller/physical.h
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ 
  * two pipelines.
  */
 
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 
 struct controller_ctx;
 struct hmap;
diff --git a/ovn/controller/pinctrl.h b/ovn/controller/pinctrl.h
index 945e76b..2ad5ec2 100644
--- a/ovn/controller/pinctrl.h
+++ b/ovn/controller/pinctrl.h
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ 
 
 #include <stdint.h>
 
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 
 struct lport_index;
 struct ovsrec_bridge;
diff --git a/ovn/lib/expr.h b/ovn/lib/expr.h
index 3725771..1327789 100644
--- a/ovn/lib/expr.h
+++ b/ovn/lib/expr.h
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ 
 #include "hmap.h"
 #include "openvswitch/list.h"
 #include "openvswitch/match.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 
 struct ds;
 struct ofpbuf;
diff --git a/ovn/lib/lex.h b/ovn/lib/lex.h
index 3c2bb6a..5fbeb62 100644
--- a/ovn/lib/lex.h
+++ b/ovn/lib/lex.h
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ 
  * This is a simple lexical analyzer (or tokenizer) for OVN match expressions
  * and ACLs. */
 
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 
 struct ds;
 
diff --git a/ovn/lib/logical-fields.h b/ovn/lib/logical-fields.h
index 41d42a5..59f1cee 100644
--- a/ovn/lib/logical-fields.h
+++ b/ovn/lib/logical-fields.h
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ 
 #ifndef OVN_LOGICAL_FIELDS_H
 #define OVN_LOGICAL_FIELDS_H 1
 
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 
 /* Logical fields.
  *
diff --git a/utilities/ovs-ofctl.c b/utilities/ovs-ofctl.c
index 6fbf361..37432b1 100644
--- a/utilities/ovs-ofctl.c
+++ b/utilities/ovs-ofctl.c
@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ 
 #include "openvswitch/ofp-parse.h"
 #include "openvswitch/vconn.h"
 #include "openvswitch/vlog.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "sort.h"
 
 VLOG_DEFINE_THIS_MODULE(ofctl);
diff --git a/vswitchd/bridge.c b/vswitchd/bridge.c
index e0949b5..9ed731c 100644
--- a/vswitchd/bridge.c
+++ b/vswitchd/bridge.c
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ 
 #include "ovs-lldp.h"
 #include "mac-learning.h"
 #include "mcast-snooping.h"
-#include "meta-flow.h"
+#include "openvswitch/meta-flow.h"
 #include "netdev.h"
 #include "nx-match.h"
 #include "ofp-print.h"