Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of ClickExampleExperiment


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06/22/12 15:12:37 (7 years ago)
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Mark Berman
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  • ClickExampleExperiment

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    149149(If you are prompted for a password, check to make sure that you provided the -A switch in your xterm command above.)
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    151 The extractClickConfig script produces router configurations for your experiment. It also creates a diagram of your experiment. Copy it back to the '''click-example''' directory on your local host so you can view it. There's a copy on each of your router hosts. I've chosen top, but it doesn't matter. You'll need to find the host name in the script output above.
     151The extractClickConfig script produces router configurations for your experiment. It also creates a diagram of your experiment. Copy it back to the '''click-example''' directory on your local host so you can view it. There's a copy on each of your router hosts. I've chosen top, but it doesn't matter. You'll need to find the host name in the script output above, and then run this command ''on your local machine''.
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    157157Once you have the '''myslice.png''' on your local machine, open it in a browser other viewer program. Your slice will look something like the one below (see [attachment:sampleDiagram.png]). The overall configuration should be the same, with two end hosts, named hostA and hostB, and four routers (top, left, right, bottom) in a diamond configuration. The host names, interface names, and MAC addresses will be different, depending on the actual resources assigned to your slice.
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    159 [[Image(myslice.png, nolink, 25%)]]
     159[[Image(myslice.png, 25%)]]
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    161161The four routers interconnected by solid lines are your "core network," which will run a non-standard, non-IP protocol. The dashed lines out to the end hosts carry standard IP traffic.