Changes between Version 65 and Version 66 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS/Execute


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    2525To get ready for the tutorial you will need to have the following windows open:
    2626  * three windows with ssh into OVS
    27   * one windows with ssh into host1
    28   * two window with ssh into host2
    29   * one window with ssh into host3
     27  * one windows with ssh into host1 
     28  * two window with ssh into host2 
     29  * one window with ssh into host3 
    3030
    3131Depending on which tool and OS you are using there is a slightly different process for logging in. If you don't know how to SSH to your reserved hosts take a look in [wiki:HowTo/LoginToNodes this page.]
     
    4949            Write down the interface names that correspond to the connections to your hosts. The correspondence is:
    5050            <ul>
    51                 <li> Interface with IP 10.10.1.11 to host1 </li>
    52                 <li> Interface with IP 10.10.1.12 to host2 </li>
    53                 <li> Interface with IP 10.10.1.13 to host3 </li>
     51                <li> Interface with IP 10.10.1.11 to host1  - ethX</li>
     52                <li> Interface with IP 10.10.1.12 to host2 - ethY</li>
     53                <li> Interface with IP 10.10.1.13 to host3 - ethZ</li>
    5454           </ul></li>
    5555           </li> <br/>
    5656           <li> Be careful <b> not to bring down eth0</b>. This is your control interface, if you bring that interface down you <b> won't be able to login</b> to your host!. For all interfaces other than <code>eth0</code> and <code> l0</code>, remove the IP from the interfaces (your interface names may vary): <br/>
    57                               <ul><li> <code> sudo ifconfig eth1 0 </code> </li></ul>
    58                               <ul><li> <code> sudo ifconfig eth2 0 </code> </li></ul>
    59                               <ul><li> <code> sudo ifconfig eth3 0 </code> </li></ul>
     57                              <ul><li> <code> sudo ifconfig ethX 0 </code> </li></ul>
     58                              <ul><li> <code> sudo ifconfig ethY 0 </code> </li></ul>
     59                              <ul><li> <code> sudo ifconfig ethZ 0 </code> </li></ul>
    6060             <li> Add all the data interfaces to your switch (bridge):Be careful <b> not to add interface eth0</b>. This is your control interface. You should see three interfaces that start with VLAN, these are your data interfaces. (Use the same interfaces as you used in the previous step.)
    61                 <ul><li> <code> sudo  ovs-vsctl add-port br0 eth1 </code> </li></ul>
    62                 <ul><li> <code> sudo  ovs-vsctl add-port br0 eth2 </code> </li></ul>
    63                 <ul><li> <code> sudo  ovs-vsctl add-port br0 eth3 </code> </li></ul>
     61                <ul><li> <code> sudo  ovs-vsctl add-port br0 ethX </code> </li></ul>
     62                <ul><li> <code> sudo  ovs-vsctl add-port br0 ethY </code> </li></ul>
     63                <ul><li> <code> sudo  ovs-vsctl add-port br0 ethZ </code> </li></ul>
    6464             </li>
    6565          </ol>