diff --git a/docs/release/scenarios/os-odl-sfc-noha/scenario.description.rst b/docs/release/scenarios/os-odl-sfc-noha/scenario.description.rst
index e74e47c4..3c728861 100644
@@ -6,10 +6,9 @@ Introduction
.. In this section explain the purpose of the scenario and the types of capabilities provided
-The os-odl-sfc-noha is intended to be used to install the OPNFV SFC project in a standard
-OPNFV Non-High Availability mode. The OPNFV SFC project integrates the OpenDaylight SFC
-project into the OPNFV environment. The OPNFV SFC Euphrates release uses the OpenDaylight
-Nitrogen SR1 release.
+The os-odl-sfc-ha is intended to be used to install the OPNFV SFC project in a standard
+OPNFV High Availability mode. The OPNFV SFC project integrates the OpenDaylight SFC project
+into the OPNFV environment. The OPNFV SFC Fraser release uses the OpenDaylight Oxygen SR1 release.
Scenario components and composition
@@ -18,9 +17,8 @@ Scenario components and composition
.. to communicate to the user the capabilities available in this scenario.
This scenario installs everything needed to use the SFC OpenDaylight project in an OPNFV
-environment. Since this scenario is Non-High Availability, then only one controller and
-one compute node will be deployed. The classifier used in this scenario is implemented
-by the Netvirt OpenDaylight project.
+environment. The classifier used in this scenario is implemented by the Netvirt OpenDaylight
Following is a detailed list of what is included with this scenario:
@@ -58,7 +56,7 @@ The VNF Manager
In order to create a VM for each Service Function, a VNF Manager is needed. The OPNFV
SFC project currently uses the Tacker OpenStack project as a VNF Manager. Tacker is
installed on the controller node and manages VNF life cycle, and coordinates VM creation
-with the OpenDaylight SFC project.
+and SFC configuration with OpenStack and OpenDaylight SFC project.
Scenario usage overview
@@ -76,17 +74,13 @@ Limitations, Issues and Workarounds
.. faults or bugs. If the system design only provide some expected functionality then provide
.. some insight at this point.
-The *client* virtual machine needs to be located in a compute node where at least
-one of the service functions (SFs) is placed. This is due to a limitation in OpenDaylight,
-Nitrogen, which only installs the traffic classifier in the compute nodes where the SFs are.
Specific version of OVS
SFC needs changes in OVS to include the Network Service Headers (NSH) Service Chaining
encapsulation. This OVS patch has been ongoing for quite a while (2 years+), and still
has not been officially merged. Previously, SFC used NSH from a branched version of OVS
-based on 2.3.90, called the "Pritesh Patch". In the OpenDaylight Nitrogen SR1 release, SFC was
+based on 2.3.90, called the "Pritesh Patch". In the OpenDaylight Oxygen SR1 release, SFC was
changed to use a newer, branched version of OVS based on 2.6.1, called the "Yi Yang
@@ -103,7 +97,6 @@ https://wiki.opnfv.org/display/sfc/Service+Function+Chaining+Home
-For more information on the OPNFV Euphrates release, please visit:
+For more information on the OPNFV Fraser release, please visit: