Changes between Version 24 and Version 25 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS-Floodlight/HW/DesignSetup


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06/29/17 13:10:21 (2 years ago)
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  • GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS-Floodlight/HW/DesignSetup

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    1919{{{
    20 https://raw.githubusercontent.com/GENI-NSF/geni-tutorials/master/OVSFloodLight/ControllerCustom_request_rspec.xml
     20https://raw.githubusercontent.com/GENI-NSF/geni-tutorials/master/OpenFlowCtrls/Controllers_all.xml
    2121}}}
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    3131GENI offers access to hardware !OpenFlow switches, which in most cases can support only one controller.  On the InstaGENI racks the switch is sliced based on VLANs, so each VLAN is its own virtual datapath, thus allowing multiple OF experiments. To force the  links between the endpoint host VMs to go through the rack's !OpenFlow switch, we must request that each endpoint host be on a separate VM Server host in the rack.  The RSpecs '''bind''' each endpoint hosts to a separate Xen VM server and specify the location of your controller. 
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    33 If you are attending a tutorial, use the site and IP network that was given to you on your worksheet. If you not in a tutorial session, then choose a site from: `clemson, cornell,  kansas, uky, stanford or wisconsin`. [https://raw.githubusercontent.com/GENI-NSF/geni-tutorials/master/OpenFlowHW/pvtVlan/ Request RSpecs are available] for the second slice. Take a look at the [https://raw.githubusercontent.com/GENI-NSF/geni-tutorials/master/OpenFlowHW/pvtVlan/ available request RSpecs] and make sure to download the '' '''raw''' '' version of the RSpec you choose.  You may also download the selected rspec as follows:
     33If you are attending a tutorial, use the site and IP network that was given to you on your worksheet. If you not in a tutorial session, then choose a site from: `clemson, cornell,  kansas, uky, stanford or wisconsin`. [ttps://github.com/GENI-NSF/geni-tutorials/tree/master/OpenFlowHW/FloodLight Request RSpecs are available] for the second slice. Take a look at the [ttps://github.com/GENI-NSF/geni-tutorials/tree/master/OpenFlowHW/FloodLight available request RSpecs] and make sure to download the '' '''raw''' '' version of the RSpec you choose.  You may also download the selected rspec as follows:
    3434
    3535{{{
    36 wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/GENI-NSF/geni-tutorials/master/OpenFlowHW/pvtVlan/ig-stanford.rspec
     36wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/GENI-NSF/geni-tutorials/master/OpenFlowHW/FloodLight/ig-stanford.rspec
    3737}}}
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    4040=== 1.2 Edit your Endpoint Hosts RSpecs ===
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    42 Open your RSpec in a text editor to insert the IP address of your controller. This is done by replacing the string <CONTROLLER_IP> at the bottom of the RSpec with the IP address of your controller.  The controller line looks as follows:
     42Open your RSpec in a text editor to insert the IP address of your controller. This is done by replacing the string <CONTROLLER_IP> at the bottom of the RSpec with the routable IP address of your controller host.  The controller line looks as follows:
    4343 
    4444{{{
    45 <emulab:openflow_controller url="tcp:CONTROLLER_IP:6633"/>
     45<emulab:openflow_controller url="tcp:CONTROLLER_IP:6653"/>
    4646}}}
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