Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of GENIRacksHome/OpenGENIRacks/OpenGENIUserCheckList


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05/23/14 22:44:55 (5 years ago)
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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?
     5* Does your site require any additional hardware or support in preparing your network environment for hosting a GENI rack?[[BR]]
    66* Do you need an additional transceiver to connect the 10Gb uplink connection from the rack to your network?
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    1616Hostname:[[BR]]
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    18 * What is a unique name for your location? (Example: USC-Spartburg; USC-Columbia)
    19 * How do we check conflicts?
    20 * Use this information to generate a unique identifier for GENI.
     18* What is a unique name for your location? (Example: USC-Spartburg; USC-Columbia)[[BR]]
     19* How do we check conflicts?[[BR]]
     20* Use this information to generate a unique identifier for GENI.[[BR]]
    2121     *  Ie: <company>-<location>-<function>-<number>
    2222     *  Clemson-main-ctrl-1, Clemson-main-comp-1,etc
    23 * Generated by us based on customer. Information given to customer after they purchase the unit.
    24 * Tracked by integrator so if 2nd order is placed we know which number to start off on.
     23* Generated by us based on customer. Information given to customer after they purchase the unit.[[BR]]
     24* Tracked by integrator so if 2nd order is placed we know which number to start off on.[[BR]]
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    2626GRAM software
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    2828Range and subnet of public IP addresses for virtual machines:
    29 •       Define a range of contiguous IP addresses to be assigned to the Virtual Machines.
     29* Define a range of contiguous IP addresses to be assigned to the Virtual Machines.
    3030o       Start_ip  to end_ip must be a contiguous block of ip addresses not in use. There must be at least one, e.g.. 130.127.39.130 - 130.127.39.131.
    3131o       xxx.xxx.xx.xx1-xxx.xxx.xx.xx2