Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of GEC12OmniTutorial/Tutorial


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    266 For Alice the output would like:
     266For gpousr21 the output would like:
    267267{{{
    268268geni@geni-tutorial:~/Tutorials/Omni/gpousr21$ omni.py renewslice gposlice21 20111105T00:00:00
     
    490490Under omni_tutorial there is a folder 'example_scripts' that includes example python scripts that use Omni. One script that is available is the ''getMyLogin.py'' script that will return the exact command for logging-in to your nodes.
    491491{{{
    492 readyToLogin -a <AM_NICKNAME> gposlice##
     492readyToLogin.py -a <AM_NICKNAME> gposlice##
    493493}}}
    494494
     
    582582   
    583583   * Personalize your rspec. There is a sample !OpenFlow rspec, under the rspecs folder ('''rspecs/openflow-tutorial-template.rspec'''), that you would need to modify in order to reserve the flowspace that has been assigned to you. In the beginning of the file there is a list of tags you would need to replace. More specifically
    584        * <USERNAME> : Your usernamer
     584       * <USERNAME> : Your username
    585585       * <CTRL-PORT> : The port that your controller will be listening on on navis.gpolab.bbn.com
    586586       * <VLAN> : Which core VLAN you are using for your experiment.
     
    631631
    632632= IV. Exercise 3: Using Software Routers to Create Your Experiment Topology =
    633 In this exercise we are going to use a click router to bandwidth limit our traffic. For this we are going to use the protogeni host you
     633In this exercise we are going to use a Click router to bandwidth limit our traffic. For this we are going to use the ProtoGENI host you
    634634reserved in the beginning.
    635635
     
    644644   * If your sliver is ready, run readyToLogin to figure out how to login to the node. (if your host is '''pg33''' please read the notes):
    645645   {{{
    646    readyToLogin -a <AM_NICKNAME> gposlice##
     646   readyToLogin.py -a <AM_NICKNAME> gposlice##
    647647   }}}
    648648
     
    708708   }}}
    709709   And edit the "gec12_conf.click" file to personalize it.
    710    * '''IF_NAME''' is the name of the interface that was configured in the previous step
    711    * '''MAC_ADDRESS''' is the mac address of that interface.
     710     * '''IF_NAME''' is the name of the interface that was configured in the previous step
     711     * '''MAC_ADDRESS''' is the mac address of that interface.
    712712
    713713   * Run the click router