Changes between Version 17 and Version 18 of GEC16Agenda/AdvancedTopologies/Instructions/ClickExampleExperiment


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    11[attachment:GEC16-ClickRouter-Instructions.pdf Instructions in pdf]
     2= GEC16 Advanced Networking Experiments: Click Router Sample Experiment =
     3{{{
     4#!html
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     6
     7<table >
     8        <tr>
     9        <td width = "500">
     10In this example experiment, you will configure and run a non-IP software routing configuration, using :
     11      <ul>
     12       <li><a href="http://read.cs.ucla.edu/click/click"> Click modular router</a></li>
     13        <li> <a href="http://protogeni.net"> ProtoGENI hosts</a>
     14       </ul>
     15        In this example, we'll be running click in user mode. <br/><br/>
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     17Please note that you can't just cut and paste all of the commands. There are additional instructions in the text.
     18         </td>
     19<td>
     20                <img src="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Graphics/ClickExampleExperiment.png?format=raw" height="200">
     21               </td>
     22               <td>
     23        </tr>
     24       
     25</table>
     26}}}
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    228= Design/Setup: Setup Omni with Multiple Users =
    329Omni gives you the capability of giving access  to other users on your compute resources. Depending on which AM you are using to get resources from,  this is done in a different way. If you are reserving resources in a ProtoGENI AM, then you can specify a comma separated list of  users in the `users` attribute of the `[omni]` section, and specify the information for each