Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowNetworkDevices


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07/07/16 17:01:16 (3 years ago)
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Ben Newton
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    7878            <li> Once the slice page loads, click the <b> Add Resources </b> button. <br> <b>NOTE:</b> If you get a warning about not having uploaded ssh keys  just follow the instructions on providing an ssh key before you proceed.</li>
    7979            <li> Scroll down to the <b>Choose RSpec</b> section, and from the drop down list select the existing RSpec labeled <b>OpenFlow Firewall</b>. </li>
    80             <li> You will need to choose an aggregate where you want this topology to be instantiated. Click on the <b> Site 1 </b> box and a panel on the left side of the canvas will appear.  Choose any aggregate with <i>InstaGENI</i> in it's name. </li>
     80            <li> Notice that a graphical representation of the proposed topology appears in the canvas above the Choose RSpec section.  Click the <b>Site 1</b> node, and then select <b>any <i>InstaGENI</i> aggregate</b> (any with <i>InstaGENI</a> in it's name) from the <i>Site</i> drop down list which appears on the left.  You will need to choose an aggregate where you want this topology to be instantiated. Click on the <b> Site 1 </b> box and a panel on the left side of the canvas will appear.  Choose any aggregate with <i>InstaGENI</i> in it's name. </li>
    8181            <li>  Click on the <b> Reserve Resources </b> button on them bottom left part of the screen. </li>
    8282            <li>Repeat the above steps to create a second slice called <b>xxxnat</b> (where xxx are your initials) using the <b>OpenFlow NAT</b> RSpec</li>