Ticket #25 (closed: fixed)

Opened 10 years ago

Last modified 10 years ago

make initial two nodes 'operational'

Reported by: falk@bbn.com Owned by: dga@cs.cmu.edu
Priority: major Milestone: CMU Lab: deploy and operate 2 HomeNet nodes in CMU lab
Component: GPO Version: SPIRAL1
Keywords: CMULab Cc:
Dependencies:

Description

Dave:

The nodes are deployed and boot, but users can't login to them for a few more days - we're in the middle of doing a sync with the ProtoGENI head to get our data-plane tunneling stuff working. I wasn't sure if that counted as "operate", though it hits "deploy". :) I'll update that in a week once I can say that they're truly usable.

Change History

Changed 10 years ago by falk@bbn.com

  • keywords CMULab added

Dave (on 2/2):

2 homenet nodes are deployed within our lab space, working, and happy; the control network VPN is established - you can SSH into the homenet nodes that are behind NATs.

Aaron:

Sounds like these are 'operational'. When you say '*you* can SSH', who do you mean? Is this documented anywhere? How about a note posted to your project wiki page on groups.geni.net that summarizes the operational status of your nodes? We really need some record that describes what you've achieved and, in this case, how it can be used even if just by your team.

Changed 10 years ago by dga@cs.cmu.edu

  • status changed from new to closed
  • resolution set to fixed

These nodes are fully operational. They can be accessed via SSH by any user with a CMULab account that belongs to a project that has HomeNet? node access. Record describing the operational status is coming up now.

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