Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS/DesignSetup


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07/22/14 11:16:06 (5 years ago)
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Vic Thomas
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    2828If you are attending a Tutorial, the resources might have been reserved for you, check with your instructor and skip this step.
    29 You can use any reservation tool you want to reserve this topology. We will need to do two reservations for this tutorial:
    30   1. Reserve the OpenFlow controller using this request rspec [http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/exp/OpenFlowOVS/pox-controller.rspec], at the portal use this rspec  "XEN VM POX Ctrl"
    31   2. Reserve the topology using this request rspec http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/exp/OpenFlowOVS/openflowovs-xen-vz-kernel.rspec, at the  [http://portal.geni.net portal]   use this rspec "OF OVS Tutorial with Xen & OpenVZ"
     29You can use any reservation tool you want to reserve this topology. We will need two slices for this tutorial:
     30     * A slice with a single VM that runs your !OpenFlow controller
     31     * An slice the reserves your compute resources including a VM with OVS installed.
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    33 Look at the Prerequisites for Tutorials about reserving resources.
     33To reserve resources use your favorite resource reservation tool (Omni, Portal, jFed):
     34  1. In your slice that will run the !OpenFlow controller: Reserve a VM running the controller using the request RSpec [http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/exp/OpenFlowOVS/pox-controller.rspec].  This RSpec is available at the Portal and is called  "XEN VM POX Ctrl"
     35  2. In the slice that will run your hosts: Reserve the topology using the request rspec [http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/exp/OpenFlowOVS/openflowovs-xen-vz-kernel.rspec].  This RSpec is available at the Portal and is called "OF OVS Tutorial with Xen & OpenVZ"
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    3537=== iMinds Testbed ===