Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of ConnectivityHome


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Timestamp:
09/01/10 12:46:51 (10 years ago)
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jwilliams@bbn.com
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  • ConnectivityHome

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    1010 * ConnectivityTesting    - A outline of test tools and procedures used when testing connectivity.
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    1412== Site Listing ==
    1513=== Site's IP Ranges ===
    1614For initial Connectivity testing, a typical nomenclature is to use a 10.X.X.0/24 net with a VLAN ID encoded into the IP address.  To save time allocating IP addresses the following range-by-subnet scheme can be used for initial connectivity and "path-finding" experiments and configurations.
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    18 ||'''Campus'''                   ||'''VLAN 3705 (example)''' || '''First Host IP''' ||  '''Last Host''' ||
    19 ||[SiteStanford Stanford]        || 10.37.5.0/28             || 10.37.5.1/24           || 10.37.5.15/24       ||
    20 ||[SiteClemson Clemson]          || 10.37.5.16/28            || 10.37.5.17/24          || 10.37.5.31/24       ||
    21 ||[SiteGeorgiaTech Georgia Tech] || 10.37.5.32/28            || 10.37.5.33/24          || 10.37.5.47/24       ||
    22 ||[SiteIndiana Indiana U.]       || 10.37.5.48/28            || 10.37.5.49/24          || 10.37.5.63/24       ||
    23 ||[SitePrinceton Princeton]      || 10.37.5.64/28            || 10.37.5.65/24          || 10.37.5.79/24       ||
    24 ||[SiteWashington Washington U.] || 10.37.5.80/28            || 10.37.5.81/24          || 10.37.5.95/24       ||
    25 ||[SiteBbn BBN]                  || 10.37.5.96/28            || 10.37.5.97/24          || 10.37.5.111/24      ||
    26 ||---                            || 10.37.5.112/28           || 10.37.5.113/24         || 10.37.5.127/24      ||
    27 ||Wisconsin U.                   || 10.37.5.128/28           || 10.37.5.129/24         || 10.37.5.143/24      ||
     16||'''Campus'''                   ||'''VLAN 3705 (example) [[BR]] assigned IP range''' || '''First Host IP''' ||  '''Last Host''' ||
     17||[SiteStanford Stanford]        || 10.37.5.0/28                                      || 10.37.5.1/24        || 10.37.5.15/24       ||
     18||[SiteClemson Clemson]          || 10.37.5.16/28                                     || 10.37.5.17/24       || 10.37.5.31/24       ||
     19||[SiteGeorgiaTech Georgia Tech] || 10.37.5.32/28                                     || 10.37.5.33/24       || 10.37.5.47/24       ||
     20||[SiteIndiana Indiana U.]       || 10.37.5.48/28                                     || 10.37.5.49/24       || 10.37.5.63/24       ||
     21||[SitePrinceton Princeton]      || 10.37.5.64/28                                     || 10.37.5.65/24       || 10.37.5.79/24       ||
     22||[SiteWashington Washington U.] || 10.37.5.80/28                                     || 10.37.5.81/24       || 10.37.5.95/24       ||
     23||[SiteBbn BBN]                  || 10.37.5.96/28                                     || 10.37.5.97/24       || 10.37.5.111/24      ||
     24||[SiteKansas Kansas State]      || 10.37.5.112/28                                    || 10.37.5.113/24      || 10.37.5.127/24      ||
     25||[SiteWisconsin Wisconsin U.]   || 10.37.5.128/28                                    || 10.37.5.129/24      || 10.37.5.143/24      ||
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    2927'''Note that these IP addresses are allocated in blocks of /28 for consistency, this ''is not a subnet'', all hosts in the /24 net should be able to ping one another by default.''' For example, a host at Clemson (10.37.5.17) should be able to ping a host at Washington (10.37.5.81).