Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of GEC21Agenda/ChoiceNet/access


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    66 1. load the GENI Experimenter Tool (getool) software into your slice.
    77In the next section, you will run the getool program to install the !ChoiceNet software into your slice.
     8The getool is a program that runs on Linux-based systems. 
     9It takes as input the RSPEC for your slice and then automatically ssh's into the nodes in your slice,
     10loading the !ChoiceNet software into each node.  The getool is also used to configure and launch the !ChoiceNet services in your slice.
     11
     12Normally, a user would run the getool from their linux-based laptop or desktop machine.  Because some attendees may not have a linux-based laptop, we will
     13use one of the nodes in your slice as the linux-based machine to run the getool from.
     14The following instructions show you how to login to the global node in your slice (GN0) which is a linux-based node.  You will install the getool on
     15the global node and then run it from there.
    816
    917= Login to your slice =
     
    1523of the tutorial.
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    17 == Setting up the !ChoiceNet software in your slice ==
    18 Loading !ChoiceNet software into your slice can be done using the GENI Experimenter Tool (getool).  The getool is a program that runs on Linux-based systems.
    19 It takes as input the RSPEC for your slice and then automatically ssh's into the nodes in your slice, loading the !ChoiceNet software into each node.  The getool is also used to configure and launch the !ChoiceNet services in your slice.
     25==== Do I need ssh keys to login? ====
     26Yes, you will need a copy of your private ssh key on your laptop.  If you participated in a GENI tutorial yesterday or today, you most likely
     27already installed your private key on your laptop.  In that case, you can skip the instructions to load your private key.
    2028
    21 You will need to run the getool from a Linux-based host.  For the purposes of this tutorial, we would like you to run the getool from the
    22 global node labelled "GN0" in your slice.  You will need to login to the GN0 using ssh or putty from your laptop computer.   This means that you must have your
    23 private ssh keys installed on your laptop.  If you don't already have a copy of your private ssh key on your laptop, you can download your private ssh key from
    24 the GENI portal by:
     29==== How do I get a copy of my private ssh key? ====
    2530   1. Visit [https://portal.geni.net Login to the portal]
    2631   2. Go the to ''Profile'' tab
     
    2934('''NOTE : You can find additional information about ssh keys at [wiki:/HowTo/LoginToNodes#Loggingin this page]''').
    3035
    31 After your private ssh keys have been installed on your laptop, login to your global node.
     36==== Logging in to your global node (GN0) ====
    3237
    33 == '''Logging in to the GN0 and getting a copy of the GENI Experimenter Tool''' ==
     38After your private ssh keys have been installed on your laptop, ssh into your global node (GN0) the using your preferred ssh client (e.g., ssh or putty).
    3439
    35 1. SSH using your preferred ssh client into the GN0 Node (e.g., ssh or putty). Make sure you use your GENI username when logging in to the GN0 Node.
     40 - Make sure you use your GENI username when logging in to the GN0 Node.
     41 - You can find the DNS names of your global node on the piece of paper handed to you at the beginning of the tutorial.
     42 - For ssh users the command will be something like ''ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_geni_ssh_rsa pcvm4-1.instageni.clemson.edu'' ('''this is only an example, your GNO name will be different''')
     43 - For putty users, please see
    3644
    37 2. For this tutorial you need the !ChoiceNet tool called GET Tool to run and setup your {{{ChoiceNet}}} Framework, the GET Tool needs to ssh into all of routers and endhost machines in your slice and setup the necessary software. In order to facilitate this, we need to use an SSH-Key pair that has been setup for you just for this tutorial. We will also need to download your Slice Manifest rspec. For all this to happen please first download the pre-qprk script and then run using the commands below on the GN0 node.
     45== Where do I get a copy of the GENI Experimenter Tool (getool) ==
     46
     47For this tutorial you need the !ChoiceNet tool called GET Tool to run and setup your {{{ChoiceNet}}} Framework, the GET Tool needs to ssh into all of routers and endhost machines in your slice and setup the necessary software. In order to facilitate this, we need to use an SSH-Key pair that has been setup for you just for this tutorial. We will also need to download your Slice Manifest rspec. For all this to happen please first download the pre-qprk script and then run using the commands below on the GN0 node.
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    3949{{{