Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/ClickExample/Execute


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    12= [wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/ClickExample Click Example] =
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    20 == 1. Configure and Initialize Services: Configure the Click Routers ==
     21= 1. Configure and Initialize Services: Configure the Click Routers =
    2122Once our sliver is ready we will go ahead and configure our click routers. In this example we have 4 routers, so instead of logging into each one of them and configuring it, we are going to use remote execution and configure them from our VM.
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    30 ===  1a. Login and remote execution ===
     31==  1a. Login and remote execution ==
    3132Run the `readyToLogin.py` script to get information about logging in to nodes. The script has a lot of output so lets put that in a file so that we can easily search for the information we want.
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    135136  ssh -A hostB
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    137 ==== Test remote execution ====
     138=== Test remote execution ===
    138139You can execute commands in a remote host using `ssh`. To do this just follow your ssh command with the command you want to execute in quotes.
    139140  i. In your local terminal type :
     
    157158If you get something similar you are all set for controlling your nodes from your computer.
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    159 === 1b. Configure your routers ===
     160== 1b. Configure your routers ==
    160161We are going to use remote execution to configure our routers.
    161162  i. On a local terminal run the following command four times, each time substituting the <router_nickname> with one of the top, bottom, left, right:
     
    190191The four routers interconnected by solid lines are your "core network," which will run a non-standard, non-IP protocol. The dashed lines out to the end hosts carry standard IP traffic.
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    192 == 4. Turn off internet protocol ==
     193== 1c. Turn off internet protocol ==
    193194
    194195At this point, your network is still running IP. You can check by running a ping. In your '''hosta''' terminal window, run this command.
     
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    237 == 2. Execute Experiment: Use custom routing to forward traffic over multi-path topology   ==
     238= 2. Execute Experiment: Use custom routing to forward traffic over multi-path topology   =
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    239240The extractor script produces a click configuration file for each of your routers.