Changes between Version 46 and Version 47 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS/DesignSetup


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    2020== Step 1.  Obtain resources ==
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    22 This tutorial can use compute resources from any InstaGENI rack. For a list of available InstaGENI racks see the [wiki:GENIProduction GENI Production Resources] page. If doing this outside a tutorial, use ''Utah DDC InstaGENI''. The experiment will need:
     22This tutorial can use compute resources from any '''InstaGENI rack'''. For a list of available InstaGENI racks see the [wiki:GENIProduction GENI Production Resources] page. The experiment will need:
    2323  * 1 Xen VM with a public IP to run an OpenFlow controller
    2424  * 1 Xen VM to be the !OpenFlow switch
     
    3030OVS is a software switch running on a compute resource. The other three hosts can only communicate through the OVS switch.
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    32 If you are attending a Tutorial, the resources might have been reserved for you, check with your instructor and skip this step.
    33 You can use any reservation tool you want to reserve this topology. We will need two slices for this tutorial:
    34      * A slice with a single VM that runs your !OpenFlow controller
    35      * A slice with your compute resources including a VM with OVS installed.
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    37 To reserve resources use your favorite resource reservation tool (Omni, Portal, jFed):
    38   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 in the Portal and is called  '''XEN VM POX Ctrl'''''''
    39   2. In the slice that will run your hosts: Reserve the topology using the request rspec [http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/experiment-support/OpenFlowOVS/openflowovs-all-xen.rspec.xml].  This RSpec is available in the Portal and is called '''!OpenFlow OVS all XEN'''''''
     32You can use any reservation tool you want to reserve this topology. We will need two do two separate reservations for this tutorial:
     33     * Reserve a VM that runs your !OpenFlow controller, [http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/exp/OpenFlowOVS/pox-controller.rspec].  This RSpec is available in the Portal and is called  '''XEN VM POX Ctrl'''''''
     34     * Reserve the experiment topology that includes a VM with OVS installed.   [http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/experiment-support/OpenFlowOVS/openflowovs-all-xen.rspec.xml].  This RSpec is available in the Portal and is called '''!OpenFlow OVS all XEN'''''''
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    4136== Step 2.  Configure and Initialize ==