Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowNetworkDevices


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    159159              <h3><u> Step 4: NAT </u></h3>
    160              While conducting experiments in GENI, you will often want to run commands directly on the nodes. In this optional step, you will log in to a node and issue commands directly to it.
    161               <ol type="a">
    162                  <li>  Follow <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/HowTo/LoginToNodes" target="_blank"> these instructions</a> and log in to the client node </li>
    163                  <li> When you have successfully logged in, run this command:<br>
    164 <code>
    165 iperf -c server -P 2
    166 </code> <br>
    167     This task shouldn't take more than 30 seconds. Change the number after the ` -P ` argument and watch how the performance is affected while you change the number of parallel TCP connections.
    168      </li>
    169    <li> Scroll all the way down the server iperf log, and look at the logs for your transfers </li>
    170    </ol>
     160Follow the steps on <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/JoeSandbox/OpenFlowNATExample/Execute">this page</a> to test the NAT topology.
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    196186</table>
    197187}}}
    198 
    199 =  What's next? =
    200 Congratulations! You have finished your first GENI Experiment. Now that you are more familiar with GENI concepts you can:
    201   * continue with more [wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials advanced tutorials]
    202   * learn more about how to use Jacks by following the [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/jacks/GettingStarted_PartI/Procedure A First Experiment Using GENI and Jacks Tool]
    203   * start with your own experiment. This tutorial showed you the basic steps for running an experiment. Use Jacks to create your own topology, take a look at the [wiki:HowTo/WriteInstallScript instructions about how to write your own install scripts] to automate your expriment.