Named-Data Networking (NDN) is a novel clean-slate architecture for Future Internet. It has been designed to take into account a new use of the Internet and especially accessing content for a large number of users, and it integrates several features such as in-network caching, security or multipath. As NDN relies on content names instead of host address, it cannot rely on traditional Internet routing, and it is therefore essential to propose a routing scheme adapted for NDN. To this end, in this paper, we present SRSC, our SDN-based Routing Scheme for CCN/NDN and its implementation. SRSC relies on the SDN paradigm. A controller is responsible to forward decisions and to set up rules into NDN nodes. We implement SRSC into NDNx and we also deploy an NDN testbed within a virtual environment and real ISP topology in order to evaluate the performances of our proposal with real-world experiments. We demonstrate the feasibility of SRSC and its ability to forward Interest messages in a fully deployed NDN environment, while keeping low overhead and computation time and high caching performances.