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    33 ===== 3.2.2 Enabling Services =====
     33===== Enabling Services =====
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    3535After we've made sure to have a recent copy of the topology information, we can move on to the Manage Services administration page. On this page we will enable the services required to perform on-demand and regularly scheduled tests. We start by enabling the  one-way latency services on VM1. Make sure to save the changes before continuing to the next node.
     
    114114Doing the user experiment should have given the scheduled active measurements enough time to gather some data. We also generated some heavy traffic during our iperf data transfers. This section of the tutorial covers how to visualize the data for regular active tests. We will also check the passive monitoring graphs again to see how the iperf transfers affected our hosts.
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    116 ===== 5.1.1 Accessing perfAdmin for Active Measurements Data =====
     116===== Accessing perfAdmin for Active Measurements Data =====
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    118118To query and visualize the active measurements data we will use perfAdmin. perfAdmin is a web service that is able to query perfSONAR services and plot relevant data. You can access a perfAdmin instance running on your slice through the portal or by going to https://<gn node>/perfAdmin (note the capitalization).