Changes between Version 17 and Version 18 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS/Appendix


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    1313=== 1. Reserve compute resources ===
    14 The rspecs for this tutorial are site specific. If you are attending a tutorial then use the site and IP subnet that was given to you on your worksheet, if you are doing this at home choose a site out of : `clemson, cornell, gatech, gpo, illinois, kansas, kentucky, kettering, max, missouri, moxi, northwestern, nysernet, nyu, sox, stanford, wisconsin` and choose a subnet between `10.20.30 - 10.20.49`
     14The rspecs for this tutorial are site specific. If you are attending a tutorial then use the site and IP network that was given to you on your worksheet, if you are doing this at home choose a site out of : `clemson, cornell, gatech, gpo, illinois, kansas, kentucky, kettering, max, missouri, moxi, northwestern, nysernet, nyu, sox, stanford, wisconsin` and choose a network between `10.20.30 - 10.20.49`
    1515
    1616In the following instructions replace :
    17   * <SITE> with the site you were given or chose.
    18   * <SUBNET> with the one your were given or chose.
     17  * SITE with the site you were given or chose.
     18  * NETWORK with the one your were given or chose.
    1919
    2020Do the following steps:
    2121  i. Start jFed
    22   i. Load URL: `http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/exp/OpenFlowHW/rspecs/ig-<SITE>.rspec` in jfed
    23   i. Use the search and replace functionality of the rspec editor in jFed to replace "10.10.1" with "<SUBNET>"
     22  i. Load URL: `http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/exp/OpenFlowHW/rspecs/ig-SITE.rspec` in jfed
     23  i. Use the search and replace functionality of the rspec editor in jFed to replace "10.10.1" with "NETWORK"
    2424  i. Press run
    2525
     
    2727While your compute resources are being reserved and configured. The first thing we need is figure out the IP of our controller.
    2828Once the manifest is returned, figure out what is the hostname of your controller and do the following in a terminal:
    29  `nslookup <HOSTNAME>`
     29 `nslookup HOSTNAME`
    3030[[Image(jfed_manifest.png,50%)]]
    3131
    3232In the following instructions replace:
    33   * <CONTROLLER_IP> with the IP you just learned
     33  * CONTROLLER_IP with the IP you just learned
    3434
    3535Do the following steps:
    3636  i. In JFed go back to the general view
    37   i. Load URL: `http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/exp/OpenFlowHW/rspecs/ig-of-<SITE>.rspec` in jfed
    38   i. Use the search and replace functionality of the rspec editor in jFed to replace "<SUBNET>" with  your subnet
    39   i. Use the search and replace functionality of the rspec editor in jFed to replace "<CONTROLLER_IP>" with  your controller ip
     37  i. Load URL: `http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/exp/OpenFlowHW/rspecs/ig-of-SITE.rspec` in jfed
     38  i. Use the search and replace functionality of the rspec editor in jFed to replace "NETWORK" with  your network
     39  i. Use the search and replace functionality of the rspec editor in jFed to replace "CONTROLLER_IP" with  your controller ip
    4040  i,. Save the rspec
    41   i. Use omni to reserve the resources using as your am <SITE>-of-ig
     41  i. Use omni to reserve the resources using as your am SITE-of-ig
    4242
    4343If you get no error you are all set. Once your compute resources are reserved you can go back and repeat the same exercises now running on a hw switch.