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GENI Experiment and Assignment Repository

A small but growing repository for archived and example experiments and classroom materials, plus some material for your not-too-serious reading enjoyment.

First GENI Experience: Hello, GENI! In this introductory GENI experiment, you will walk step-by-step through the process of setting up and running your first GENI experiment.
First Omni Experience: Hello, Omni! http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/raw-attachment/wiki/Omni/omni-pic.png In this introductory Omni experiment, you will walk step-by-step through the process of setting up and running your first GENI experiment, using this command line tool.
First Layer 2 GENI Experiment In this simple experiment you will use GENI to run a Layer 2 ping between hosts.
Example Experiment: UDT Example In this example experiment, you will compare the behavior of two different transport protocols, UDT and TCP, under varying network conditions.

You will use ProtoGENI hosts to build your network.

In order to try this example experiment, you should have GENI credentials and be familiar with using either the Flack GUI tool or the omni command line tool. Learn more about credentials at SignMeUp or by sending us mail help@geni.net.
Example Experiment: Click Example This example experiment shows how to use GENI resources to test a simple non-IP routing technique. This experiment will be of interest to experimenters working with novel protocols, particularly those with Click-based implementations.

You will use ProtoGENI hosts and Click modular router software to build your network.

In order to try this example experiment, you should have GENI credentials and be familiar with using the omni command line tool. Learn more about credentials Learn more about credentials at SignMeUp or by sending us mail help@geni.net.
Example Class Assignment: TCP Network Awareness The objective of this assignment is to familiarize you with the details of TCP congestion control, and the impact of network conditions on the TCP congestion control algorithms.

In order to try this example experiment, you should have GENI credentials and be familiar with using either the Flack GUI tool or the omni command line tool. Learn more about credentials at SignMeUp or by sending us mail help@geni.net.
Example Class Assignment: LoadBalancer with OpenFlow The objective of this assignment is to familiarize you with the software-defined networking, as well OpenFlow technology. A moderately deep understanding of the OpenFlow controller model and API is required for this project. You will design and implement OpenFlow controllers and associated experiment topologies to implement a basic firewall and a simple load balancer.

In order to try this example experiment, you should have GENI credentials and be familiar with using either the Flack GUI tool or the omni command line tool. Learn more about credentials at SignMeUp or by sending us mail help@geni.net.
Example Class Assignment: Firewall with OpenFlow The objective of this assignment is to familiarize you with the software-defined networking, as well OpenFlow technology. A moderately deep understanding of the OpenFlow controller model and API is required for this project. You will design and implement OpenFlow controllers and associated experiment topologies to implement a basic firewall and a simple load balancer.

In order to try this example experiment, you should have GENI credentials and be familiar with using either the Flack GUI tool or the omni command line tool. Learn more about credentials at SignMeUp or by sending us mail help@geni.net.
Example Class Assignment: Web Server In this assignment you will build a functional web server. This assignment will guide you through the basics of distributed programming, client/server structures, and issues in building high performance servers.

You will use ProtoGENI hosts to build your network.

In order to try this example experiment, you should have GENI credentials and be familiar with using either the Flack GUI tool or the omni command line tool. Learn more about credentials at SignMeUp or by sending us mail help@geni.net.
GENI WiMAX examples http://witestlab.poly.edu/images/stories/testbed.png In GENI there are several sites that support wireless experiments using a WiMAX base status. Some introductory instructions and tutorials are listed in this page.
Sister Testbed: Seattle Seattle is a sister testbed of GENI. Seattle provides access to a large universe of diverse computing devices (e.g. shared-use desktop, laptop, tablets, and phones), displaying realistic network diversity (wired, wireless, intermittent connectivity, mobility), all via an easy to use programming language.

Several quick-and-easy sample class assignments and projects are listed here.
GENI Lore: Test Tube Guy Learn about this GENI legend.
GENI Lore: Coffee Woman Learn about this GENI legend.

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