Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of GEC17Agenda/AdvancedOpenFlow/Procedure/Execute


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    2020=== 2.1. Start a naive OpenFlow controller ===
    2121 An example OpenFlow Controller that assigns incoming TCP connections to alternating paths '''based on total number of flows''' (round robin) is already downloaded for you. You can find it (load-balancer.rb) in the home directory on node "Switch". [[BR]]
    22   - '''2.1.1''' Log on to node "Switch",
     22  - '''2.1.1''' Log on to node "Switch". For the tutorial to do that we are going to use the `readyToLogin.py` omni script.
     23    - '''2.1.1.1''' Open a terminal window
     24    - '''2.1.1.2''' Run:
     25    {{{
     26       readyToLogin.py -a EG-AM SLICENAME
     27    }}}
     28     - '''2.1.1.3''' Find the line that corresponds to the switch node and copy and paste it
    2329  - '''2.1.2''' Check that all interfaces are configured: Issue `ifconfig` and make sure eth1, eth2, eth3 are up and assigned with valid IP addresses. [[BR]]
    2430  - '''2.1.3''' Start the example Load Balancer by executing the following:
     
    3440 
    3541=== 2.2. Configure !LabWiki to orchestrate and monitor your experiment ===
    36     - '''2.2.1''' Log on to !LabWiki on http://emmy9.casa.umass.edu:3005 , on the `Prepare` Column, type "OpenFlow", it will pop up with a list of .rb choices. Choose any one, and replace the whole content with the ruby script [http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/experiment-support/OpenFlowExampleExperiment/ExoGENI/loadbalancer_monitor.rb HERE].
    37    - '''2.2.2''' Log on to node "Switch" and do "ifconfig" to see the IP addresses on each interfaces.
     42    - '''2.2.1''' Log on to !LabWiki on http://emmy9.casa.umass.edu:3005 , on the `Prepare` Column, type "gec17" and choose `gec17-advOF-script.rb` file.
     43   - '''2.2.2''' On the terminal where you are logged in on node "Switch", rerun "ifconfig" to see the IP addresses on each interface.
    3844    - '''Note''': You may not be able to see all interfaces up immediately when node "Switch" is ready; wait for some more time (about 1 min) then try "ifconfig" again.
    3945    - '''2.2.3''' Identify the two interfaces that you want to monitor: the interfaces with IP addresses 192.168.2.1(left) and 192.168.3.1(right) respectively. On the !LabWiki page, in your ruby script, find the following lines:
     
    5864   
    5965=== 3.2 Run the experiment in paths with different bandwidth ===
    60  - '''3.2.1''' Log on to node "left" and change the link capacity for the interface with IP address "192.168.2.2" (use "ifconfig" to find the correct interface, here we assume eth1 is the interface connecting to node "Switch"):
     66 - '''3.2.1''' Log on to node "left" (use the `readyToLogin.py` script) and change the link capacity for the interface with IP address "192.168.2.2" (use "ifconfig" to find the correct interface, here we assume eth1 is the interface connecting to node "Switch"):
    6167{{{
    6268ovs-vsctl set Interface eth1 ingress_policing_rate=10000
    6369}}}
    6470 The above will rate-limit the connection from node "Switch" to node "left" to have a bandwidth of 10Mbps.
    65  - Other ways to e.g., change link delay and lossrate using "tc qdisc netem" can be found in Section 4.
     71 - Other ways to e.g., change link delay and loss-rate using "tc qdisc netem" can be found in Appendix D.
    6672
    6773 - '''3.2.2''' On node "Switch", start your Load Balancer using the following command:
     
    7379 ovs-vsctl set-controller br0 tcp:127.0.0.1 ptcp:6634:127.0.0.1
    7480 }}}
    75  - '''3.2.4''' Go back to your !LabWiki web page, drag and drop the `file icon` and repeat the experiment, as described in section 2.2.4, using a different experiment name (the slice name should stay the same).
    76  - '''3.4.5''' When your experiment is finished, turn off your controller and disconnect switch from your controller:
     81 - '''3.2.4''' Go back to your !LabWiki web page, drag and drop the `file icon` and repeat the experiment, as described in section 3.1, using a different experiment name (the slice name should stay the same).
     82 - '''3.2.5''' When your experiment is finished, turn off your controller and disconnect switch from your controller:
    7783      - On node "Switch", press "Ctrl" and "c" key to kill your Load Balancer process on node "Switch"
    7884      - On node "Switch", use the following command to disconnect the OpenFlow Switch from the controller: