wiki:GEC16Agenda/AdvancedTopologies

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Advanced Network Experiments

Schedule

Wednesday, 1:30pm - 3.30pm

Session Leaders

Niky Riga, GENI Project Office
Jay Aikat, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Agenda / Details

The purpose of this tutorial is to perform more advanced networking experiments in GENI, and to also get you acquainted with Omni that is a command line tool for resource management in GENI.

The tutorial will have two parts:

  • Part 1: Introduction to Omni and a simple hands-on exercise. Also introduction to more complicated GENI topologies and to TiMIX a traffic generator that you can use in GENI.
  • Part 2: For this part we are going to split up in two groups:
    • Group 1: Will do a tutorial at TiMIX
    • Group 2 : Will do a tutorial of a non-ip experiment using Click routers

Although at the second part the attendees will only get a chance to do one exercise, they are encouraged to drop by the Drop-in session? and we will be happy to help you go over the second one.

Pre-Requisites

Before you come to the tutorial please make sure that you:

  1. are able to login to the GENI Portal. If you can't login please send us an email and we will be glad to help you.
  2. Have VirtualBox installed on your computer
  3. Have a copy of the GEC16 VM.

Also it would be useful is you are:

  • familiar with the GENI terminology and the use of the GENI Portal. Please consider attending the Introduction to GENI and the GENI Portal Tutorial sessions.
  • familiar with linux command line, ssh using ssh key pairs.

The tutorial instructions can be found here?.

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