Changes between Version 30 and Version 31 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS/Appendix


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    19 For instructions to use the !OpenFlow switches with private VLANs, see [].
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    21 For example, the GENI mesoscale VLAN.  For instructions, see [].
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    23 == Using Hardware OpenFlow switches using Private VLANs ==
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     21The 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, northwestern, nysernet, nyu, sox, stanford, wisconsin`.
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     23==== Find your RSPecs ====
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     25''In the URLs below, replace <AGGREGATE-NAME> with the name of the site you are using (clemson, cornell,  kansas, kentucky, kettering, max, northwestern, nysernet, stanford or wisconsin). ''
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     27'''If you are using a private VLAN:'''  The RSpecs you need is at:
     28    * {{{http://www/gpolab.bbn.com/experimenter-support/OpenFlowHW/pvtVlan/ig-<AGGREGATE-NAME>.rspec}}}. (Reserves compute resources and specifies location of your controller.)
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    32 To enable sharing of the resources many times a slicer (FlowVIsor) and an OpenFlow specific AM (FOAM) is used.
     30'''If you are using a shared VLAN:'''  You will need two RSpecs, one to reserve the compute nodes and one to reserve your flowspace using the !OpenFlow aggregate manager on the rack.  The !OpenFlow aggregate manager is called FOAM.  The RSPecs are at:
     31    * {{{http://www/gpolab.bbn.com/experimenter-support/OpenFlowHW/sharedVlan/ig-AGGREGATE-NAME>.rspec}}}    (Reserves compute resources.)
     32    * {{{http://www/gpolab.bbn.com/experimenter-support/OpenFlowHW/sharedVlan/ig-of-AGGREGATE-NAME>.rspec}}}  (Reserves flowspace resources.)
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    42 In GENI there is a common VLAN that has been setup for all the GENI racks and within this VLAN experimenters can reserve a flowspace based on IP or eth_type. Experimenter can also obtain a private VLAN only for their slice. For this tutorial we are going to use the common VLAN that has been setup.
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