Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of GENIExperimenter/GpoLabExample


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Timestamp:
05/04/11 20:40:39 (8 years ago)
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    v5 v6  
    7474You will need to modify the [attachment:of.rspec of.rspec file] in two ways :
    7575   a. Change the port numbers that you request based on the hosts you got. The port number you need to use is port=24+xx, where xx is the number from the hosts you have reserved, the example rspec is for the case you reserved pc4 and pc6 (ports 28 and 30).
    76    b. Point the traffic to your own controller. In the example rspec, the OpenFlow resources point to a controller running at a host in the GPO lab (nineveh.gpolab.bbn.com) listening on port 1716 for connections. You can use any host you want for the controller as long as it is reachable through the internet.  Performance-wise you might want to use one of your ProtoGENI hosts (make sure you specify the control interface of the host, e.g. pc4.pgeni.gpolab.bbn.com) as your OpenFlow controller. If you have never used OpenFlow before, let us know and we can help you get started.
     76   b. Point the traffic to your own controller. In the example rspec, the OpenFlow resources point to a controller running at a host in the GPO lab (nineveh.gpolab.bbn.com) listening on port 1716 for connections. You can use any host you want for the controller as long as it is reachable through the internet.  Performance-wise you might want to use one of your ProtoGENI hosts (make sure you specify the control interface of the host, e.g. pc4.pgeni.gpolab.bbn.com) as your OpenFlow controller. If you have never used OpenFlow before, let us know and we can [mailto:help@geni.net help] you get started.
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    7878After you reserve your OpenFlow resources, send an email to gpo-infra@geni.net so that we can opt-in your traffic. Use this [wiki:GENIExperimenter/GpoLabExample#OFOpt-inemailtemplate email template]. After you get an email back that your OpenFlow setup is ready you can start your experiment.