Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of GENIRacksHome/OpenGENIRacks/OpenGENIUserCheckList


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    33Connection between OpenFlow switches should ideally appear like layer 1 connections to the experimenters. This can be accomplished in various ways including using dedicated fiber, existing pseudo-wire technologies, OF switches to pass traffic, or applying special configurations to traditional layer 2 VLANs such as disabling mac learning and STP.
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    5 •       Does your site require any additional hardware or support in preparing your network environment for hosting a GENI rack?
    6 •       Do you need an additional transceiver to connect the 10Gb uplink connection from the rack to your network?
     5* Does your site require any additional hardware or support in preparing your network environment for hosting a GENI rack?
     6* Do you need an additional transceiver to connect the 10Gb uplink connection from the rack to your network?
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    1212Post-Purchase
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    14 Note: All “username/password” related site specific information will be generated for the customer (ie: default username/passwords) and the customer can change them once the rack arrives on site. This does not include the unique hostname which can NOT be changed. Customer will not see this italicized paragraph.
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    16 **Important: If this information is not or cannot be provided prior to the rack being sent to your site, you will receive the hardware with only a bare OS installed on all servers and the switch un-configured. In order to have your rack delivered as a ready to be deployed product, you MUST provide the following:
     14**Important: If the following information is not or cannot be provided prior to the rack being sent to your site, you will receive the hardware with only a bare OS installed on all servers and the switch un-configured. In order to have your rack delivered as a ready to be deployed product, you MUST provide the following:
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    2119Hostname:
    22 •       What is a unique name for your location? (Example: USC-Spartburg; USC-Columbia)
    23 o       How do we check conflicts??
    24 o       Use this information to generate a unique identifier for GENI.
    25        Ie: <company>-<location>-<function>-<number>
    26        Clemson-main-ctrl-1, Clemson-main-comp-1,etc
    27 •       Generated by us based on customer. Information given to customer after they purchase the unit.
    28 •       Tracked by Omnibond /CCI so if 2nd order is placed we know which number to start off on.
     20* What is a unique name for your location? (Example: USC-Spartburg; USC-Columbia)
     21* How do we check conflicts??
     22*       Use this information to generate a unique identifier for GENI.
     23        *       Ie: <company>-<location>-<function>-<number>
     24        *       Clemson-main-ctrl-1, Clemson-main-comp-1,etc
     25* Generated by us based on customer. Information given to customer after they purchase the unit.
     26* Tracked by integrator so if 2nd order is placed we know which number to start off on.
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    3028GRAM software