Changes between Version 45 and Version 46 of GEC21Agenda/ChoiceNet/access


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10/20/14 14:36:55 (5 years ago)
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    3636After 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, !BitVise, FireSSH, Git !Bash/Putty).
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     38Log in to  https://portal.geni.net and click ''Projects'' -> ''GEC21-!ChoiceNet''.
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     40In the "Project Slices" section, you will see your slice. Click on the "Details" button, if there is a warning page, click on "Yes".
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     42[[Image(screenshot_SDN_05.jpg)]]
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     44Scroll through the information until you find the GN0 information, you will find the hostname as noted in the following figure. In this particular example , GN0's hostname is '' pcvm2-2.instageni.sox.net '' (''' this is only an example, your node name will be different ''')
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     46[[Image(screenshot_SDN_06.jpg)]]
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    3848 - Make sure you use your GENI username when logging in to the GN0 Node.
    3949 - You can find the DNS name of your global node on the piece of paper handed to you at the beginning of the tutorial.
    40  - 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''')
     50 - For ssh users the command will be something like ''' ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_geni_ssh_rsa !your_username@pcvm2-2.instageni.sox.net '''
    4151 - For !BitVise, FireSSH, Git !Bash/Putty, see [wiki:/HowTo/LoginToNodes#Loggingin this page] for instructions.
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