Changes between Version 44 and Version 45 of GEC14Agenda/WiMAXDeploymentsAndExperiments


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07/13/12 16:51:18 (10 years ago)
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    130130 * Include Login Service for Remote Users [[BR]]
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    132  * NYU Poly experience  (need summary)  [[BR]]
    133 
    134 1) physical host acting as base station controller, runs the asn-gw and wimaxrf AM.
    135 It has Ethernet connections to the NEC IDU, NYU-Poly network (and Internet), and very soon GENI backbone (campus IS just informed me that they will be testing that tomorrow).
    136 We have firewall rules set up so this host only accepts traffic from host (2) on the wimaxrf AM port. This allows us to make sure that only users with a current reservation can configure the BS.
    137 2) physical host running OMF 5.3 AM, EC, and some other services that are useful for the testbed.
    138 It has Ethernet connections to NYU-Poly network (internet) and OMF control network.
    139 This is the host that testbed users log on to. We have firewall rules set up on this host so that only users with a current reservation can configure the BS or communicate with the testbed nodes.
    140 3) physical host that serves our group website and the reservation system for the testbed. It's connected to the NYU-Poly network (and Internet)
    141 (1) and (2) run Ubuntu, (3) runs Windows.
    142 Our testbed nodes are scattered throughout several CS labs and research areas (not part of our group). They are connected to the pre-existing Ethernet jacks in the walls and floors of those rooms, which all go back to a CS server room, where we patch them through to our own (non-openflow) switch for the control network.
    143 We do have an openflow switch that we plan to deploy somewhere at some point.
     132 * NYU Poly configuration:  [[BR]]
     133
     134 * 1) physical host acting as base station controller, runs the asn-gw and wimaxrf AM. [[BR]]
     135  * (1) and (2) run Ubuntu, (3) runs Windows.  [[BR]]
     136  * It has Ethernet connections to the NEC IDU, NYU-Poly network (and Internet), and very soon GENI backbone (campus IS just informed me that they will be testing that tomorrow).  [[BR]]
     137  * We have firewall rules set up so this host only accepts traffic from host (2) on the wimaxrf AM port. This allows us to make sure that only users with a current reservation can configure the BS. [[BR]]
     138
     139 * 2) physical host running OMF 5.3 AM, EC, and some other services that are useful for the testbed. [[BR]]
     140  * (1) and (2) run Ubuntu, (3) runs Windows.  [[BR]]
     141  * It has Ethernet connections to NYU-Poly network (internet) and OMF control network.  [[BR]]
     142  * This is the host that testbed users log on to. We have firewall rules set up on this host so that only users with a current reservation can configure the BS or communicate with the testbed nodes. [[BR]]
     143
     144 * 3) physical host that serves our group website and the reservation system for the testbed. It's connected to the NYU-Poly network (and Internet)  [[BR]]
     145  * (1) and (2) run Ubuntu, (3) runs Windows. [[BR]]
     146
     147 * Our testbed nodes are scattered throughout several CS labs and research areas (not part of our group).  [[BR]]
     148  * They are connected to the pre-existing Ethernet jacks in the walls and floors of those rooms, which all go back to a CS server room, where we patch them through to our own (non-openflow) switch for the control network. [[BR]]
     149  * We do have an openflow switch that we plan to deploy somewhere at some point. [[BR]]
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    145151
     
    148154 * BBN experience  (need summary)  [[BR]]
    149155
    150  * Wisconsin experience   (need summary)  [[BR]]
    151 
    152 
    153 > All services are running on the same physical machine.HP server that came with the base station. The base OS is
    154 > Debian and virtual machines using for the services (Virtualbox).
    155 >
    156 > Physical machine network connections:
    157 > Eth0 (128.105.22.xxx): University network (internet)
    158 > Eth1 (10.3.8.126): Network to IDU of base station
    159 > Eth2 (10.0.0.1): Control network for omf
    160 > Eth3: Connected to openflow (physically, but not enabled until we can
    161 > get a vlan tag to GENI backbone)
    162 >
    163 > Base operating system:  Debian
    164 > Virtualbox guests:
    165 >       1.  Ubuntu 9.04 ->  aggmgr 5.2 ->  wimaxrf service
    166 >               Eth0 (128.105.22.xxx):  bridged interface to university
    167 network
    168 >               Eth1(10.3.8.254):  bridged interface to base station network
    169 >
    170 >       2.  Ubuntu 10.04 ->  aggmgr 5.3 ->  cmcStub, Frisbee, inventory,
    171 pxe,
    172 > result, saveimage
    173 >                             Also expctl, resctl, and xmpp on same machine
    174 >               Eth0 (128.105.22.xxx): bridged interface to university
    175 network
    176 >               Eth1 (10.0.0.200): bridged interface to control network
     156 * Wisconsin configuration [[BR]]
     157
     158 * All services are running on the same physical machine. [[BR]]
     159  * HP server that came with the base station.  [[BR]]
     160  * The base OS is Debian and virtual machines using for the services (Virtualbox)  [[BR]]
     161
     162 * Physical machine network connections: [[BR]]
     163  * Eth0 (128.105.22.xxx): University network (internet) [[BR]]
     164  * Eth1 (10.3.8.126): Network to IDU of base station [[BR]]
     165  * Eth2 (10.0.0.1): Control network for omf [[BR]]
     166  * Eth3: Connected to openflow (physically, but not enabled until we can get a vlan tag to GENI backbone) [[BR]]
     167
     168 * Base operating system:  Debian [[BR]]
     169
     170 * Virtualbox guests: [[BR]]
     171  * 1.  Ubuntu 9.04 ->  aggmgr 5.2 ->  wimaxrf service [[BR]]
     172  * Eth0 (128.105.22.xxx):  bridged interface to university network [[BR]]
     173  * Eth1(10.3.8.254):  bridged interface to base station network [[BR]]
     174
     175  * 2.  Ubuntu 10.04 ->  aggmgr 5.3 ->  cmcStub, Frisbee, inventory, pxe, result, saveimage [[BR]]
     176  * Also expctl, resctl, and xmpp on same machine [[BR]]
     177  * Eth0 (128.105.22.xxx): bridged interface to university network [[BR]]
     178  * Eth1 (10.0.0.200): bridged interface to control network [[BR]]
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