wiki:GEC21Agenda/ChoiceNet/terminalsetup

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Interacting with your slice

In the next two sections you will be running ChoiceNet applications in your slice. In order to do that, you will need to be logged into the two end systems (i.e., non-router) nodes in your topology, namely H1 and H2. Please follow the instructions below to open up two terminal windows, one to H1 and one to H2.

Finding the name of the H1 and H2 machines

In the terminal window on your global node, use the command

getool -list | grep H1

Opening a Terminal to H1

Open a terminal to H1 just like you opened a terminal to the global node. The only difference will be the name of the destination. In particular, you will use the name you found for H1 above.

  • Make sure you use your GENI username when logging in to the H1 Node.
  • Use the H1 name you found above.
  • 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 H1 node name will be different)
  • For BitVise, FireSSH, Git Bash/Putty, see this page for instructions.

Opening a Terminal to H2

Open a terminal to H2 just like you opened a terminal to H1 except use the name you found for H2.

Logging in to the GENI Desktop (Optional, but Highly Recommended)

Use your geni account to login to the GENI Desktop at http://genidesktop.netlab.uky.edu. Instruction on how to login to the GENI Desktop can be found at http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GEMINI/Tutorial/GEC21/GENI_Desktop_login. To find your slice and view your topology, follow the instructions given at http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GEMINI/Tutorial/GEC21/GENI_Desktop_login

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