wiki:DrexelWiMAX

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WiMAX Aggregate

Drexel WiMAX

This WiMAX aggregate supports the GENI Aggregate Provider Agreement (mm/dd/yyyy).

WiMAX Aggregate Overview

Aggregate Manager Common Name drexel-wimax
Aggregate Resources A WiMAX aggregate includes three WiMAX Base stations, three dedicated PCs that can load experimenter specified OS images equipped with WiMAX USB dongles and multiple Samsung Galaxy S2 handsets runing Android 4.1. The WiMAX Base stations are also connected to the InstaGENI racks to provide dataplane connectivity.
Typical Experiments WiMAX Aggregates provide a controllable, predictable, and repeatable network environment. Experimenters get dedicated PCs on which they have full "root" access, run available operating systems of their choice, connect nodes to the WiMAX Base station and choose a datapath vlan to send their traffic.
Sample RSpecs Link to RSpecs used successfully for dataplane connectivity from racks to the WiMAX base stations on WiMAX-multipoint and WiMAX-local VLANs
Slice Authorities Recognized GENI Portal (https://portal.geni.net), Orbit (http://www.orbit-lab.org)
Layer 2 Connectivity Enter list of VLANs; WiMAX-local, which connects the WiMAX Base station to a GENI rack and WiMAX-multipoint, which connects all GENI aggregates at WiMAX sites into a single broadcast domain.

For Compute Aggregate , <<Insert Site Diagram Here>> Make sure to note firewalls, if any, on both control (layer 3) and data paths.


Aggregate Management

Aggregate Operator Kapil Dandekar, http://wireless.ece.drexel.edu/
Resource Owner Kapil Dandekar, http://wireless.ece.drexel.edu/
Technical POC DrexelGeni@coe.drexel.edu
Developer Links Software pages: WiMAXOrbit OMF Software; Project page: WiMAX Project; Developer mailing list: wimax-developer@winlab.rutgers.edu