Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of GENIRacksHome/Operators/iMinds


Ignore:
Timestamp:
10/30/14 15:40:59 (5 years ago)
Author:
lnevers@bbn.com
Comment:

--

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
Modified
  • GENIRacksHome/Operators/iMinds

    v3 v4  
    1313    * GENI AM v3: !https://www.wall2.ilabt.iminds.be:12369/protogeni/xmlrpc/am/3.0
    1414
    15  * w-iLab.t aggregate:
     15 * w-iLab.t aggregate (wireless testbed):
    1616    * GENI AM v2: !https://www.wilab2.ilabt.iminds.be:12369/protogeni/xmlrpc/am/2.0
    1717    * GENI AM v3: !https://www.wilab2.ilabt.iminds.be:12369/protogeni/xmlrpc/am/3.0
     
    2020
    2121=== Contact ===
    22 Submit issues or VLAN provisioning/translation requests through:
    23  * noc@net.internet2.edu
    2422
    25 === Report a Problem ===
    26  * http://globalnoc.iu.edu/i2network/support/report-a-problem.html
    27 = ION =
    28 From the [attachment:200909-IS-ION-HowTo.pdf ION HowTo]:
    29 >Internet2 ION (Interoperable On-demand Network) is a revolutionary network service that allows researchers and engineers alike to create dedicated, point-to-point optical circuits—for immediate or future use—through a simple, secure web interface.
     23Submit issues or questions about the iMinds Aggregates to <insert email here for SCS issues contact>
    3024
    31  * http://www.internet2.edu/ion/  -- ION homepage
    32  * https://ion.net.internet2.edu:8443/ion/# -- ION VLAN provisioning
    33  * http://iondemo.net.internet2.edu/  -- demo (use `guest` for username and password)
     25<question> Should GMOC be involved in problem reporting? <if yes, insert !http://globalnoc.iu.edu/i2network/support/report-a-problem.html>
    3426
    35 == ION connectors ==
    36 For a complete list of Organizations that can connect to ION see,
    37 http://www.internet2.edu/ion/connector-status.html
    38 == Known Issues ==
    39  * A person with an ION account currently cannot see circuits provisioned by other members of the same organization.
    40    * There are potential work arounds for seeing all circuits provisioned to a given endpoint name. Talk to I2 staff if you require this ability.
    41  * The history view returns an error.
     27== Establishing Connections to Endpoint iMinds End-points  ==
     28
     29The iMinds iLab.t environment has 3 aggregates that can be used with GENI credentials and the jFed toolkit embedded in the [https://portal.geni.net GENI portal].  Any GENI user can request resources in both GENI and iMinds environments:
     30
     31|| Aggregate Name || AM API URL V3 || Supports Stitching via [wiki:GENIRacksHome/Operators/iMindsSCS iMinds SCS]||
     32|| Virtual Wall 1 || !https://www.wall1.ilabt.iminds.be:12369/protogeni/xmlrpc/am/3.0 || yes ||
     33|| Virtual Wall 2 || !https://www.wall2.ilabt.iminds.be:12369/protogeni/xmlrpc/am/3.0 || Yes ||
     34|| w-iLab.t       || !https://www.wilab2.ilabt.iminds.be:12369/protogeni/xmlrpc/am/3.0|| N/A ||
     35
     36Stitching Information and VLAN delegation for Virtual Walls aggregates:
     37
     38|| Link id || remoteLinkId || Stitching VLAN range ||
     39||urn:publicid:IDN+wall1.ilabt.iminds.be+interface+c300a:7.44 || urn:publicid:IDN+wall2.ilabt.iminds.be+interface+c300b:0.16 || 197,300-349,750-1000||
     40||urn:publicid:IDN+wall2.ilabt.iminds.be+interface+c300b:0.12 || urn:publicid:IDN+ion.internet2.edu+interface+rtr.newy:xe-0/2/2:* || 300-349 ||
     41
     42== Resources at iMinds Aggregates ==
     43
     44Virtual Wall 1 has 190 nodes:
     45    - 90 pcgen1 nodes: 2x Dual core AMD opteron 2212 (2GHz) CPU, 8GB RAM, 4x 80GB hard disk, 4-6 gigabit NICs per node
     46    - 100 pcgen2 nodes: 2x Quad core Intel E5520 (2.2GHz) CPU, 12GB RAM, 1x 160GB hard disk, 2-4 gigabit NICs per node
     47
     48Virtual Wall 2 has 134 nodes:
     49   - 100 pcgen3 nodes: 2x Hexacore Intel E5645 (2.4GHz) CPU, 24GB RAM, 1x 250GB hard disk, 1-5 gigabit NICs per node
     50   - 6 pcgen1 nodes with 6 gigabit NICs
     51   - 28 pcgen4 nodes: 2x 8core Intel E5-2650v2 (2.6GHz) CPU, 48GB RAM, 1x 250GB hard disk, gigabit and 10gigabit connections
     52
     53w-iLab.t is a wireless testbed, whose topology details are captured [http://doc.ilabt.iminds.be/ilabt-documentation/wilabfacility.html here].
    4254
    4355
    44 == Establishing an Endpoint ==
    45 === Internet2 Higher-Education Members ===
    46 From the [attachment:200909-IS-ION-HowTo.pdf ION HowTo]:
    47 >Researchers at Internet2 higher education member institutions who wish to collaborate using ION should first contact their campus network organization for support. The campus network team can then determine if their institution has an “enabled” link to an Internet2 Connector or other regional network. If their Internet2 Connector does not yet have a physical connection to ION, the Connector can submit a request using the process outlined above.
    4856
    49 === Initial Connections ===
    50 From the [attachment:200909-IS-ION-HowTo.pdf ION HowTo]:
    51 >The first step to take advantage of ION service is to interconnect with the Internet2 ION infrastructure via a 1GigE or 10GigE Ethernet connection. The logistics of that connection will be handled as part of the turnup process.
    52 
    53 === How Can Internet2 Members Determine if They Are ION-enabled? ===
    54 The current ION service uses the Internet2 Juniper infrastructure and any can create a Layer 2 MPLS LSP to any site physically connected to the Internet2 IP backbone.
    55 
    56 == ION Web Service Account ==
    57 The contact address for getting new ION accounts is: systems-support@tick.globalnoc.iu.edu.
    58 
    59 == VLAN Provisioning within ION ==
    60 
    61 This section outlines Provisioning within ION's web service, for the complete procedure of provisioning a VLAN between two sites see ConnectivityGuidelines.
    62 
    63 Once you have an ION account you will be able to provision VLANs between site's endpoints using the [https://ion.net.internet2.edu:8443/ion/# ION VLAN provisioning webpage].
    64 
    65 === Required Topology Info ===
    66   * Your endpoint's name
    67   * Your VLAN to this endpoint to dedicate to connecting to the other site.
    68   * Your partner site's endpoint's name
    69   * The VLAN that your partner site is dedicating to connecting to your site.
    70 
    71 === Creating the Circuit ===
    72 If you know the other endpoint's ION name, creating a circuit is straightforward.  Click the 'Reserve Circuits' tab, and fill out appropriate values.  Things to know:
    73  * "source" tab:
    74    * Description: put something meaningful and unique here, in case the first test fails, though the ION ID is also unique
    75    * Source: your campus's ION endpoint. It would be similar to bbn.bost.dcn.internet2.edu
    76  * "destination" tab:
    77    * Destination: the other endpoint's ION name.  If you don't already know this you may be able to browse for a reasonable name
    78  * "time" tab: change these values to make the circuit good for the length of time you need; 1 hour isn't very useful
    79  * "bandwidth" tab: as appropriate though keep this as small as possible.
    80  * "vlan" tab:
    81    * Unclick "Same VLAN number on source and destination"
    82    * The source VLAN will be the VLAN you've provisioned to your endpoint for this connection. Usually this will be a "Tagged" VLAN. (i.e. dot1q)
    83    * The destination VLAN should be whatever you agreed on with the remote site.  The tagging status is also whatever is appropriate for them (probably also tagged)
    84 
    85 == extending an ION circuit ==
    86 It's possible to "extend" the reservation of existing ION circuits. Do this by clicking on "View/Edit" for the circuit in question and then enter the circuit's new expiration date and time.
    87 
    88 '''Note''' the "cancel" button in the "view circuits" screen means canceling, i.e. de-provision, the circuit. this '''does not''' cancel the edit request and take you back to the screen listing the ION circuits.
    89 
    90 == VLAN Translation ==
    91 
    92 ION can do VLAN translation as mentioned in [#CreatingtheCircuit above]. ION will provide VLAN translation automatically if the "Same VLAN number on source and destination" is unchecked; the two VLAN ID's do not need to be equal.
    93 
    94 = Experiments =
    95 == OpenFlow ==
    96 Internet2's OpenFlow deployment GENI page: [wiki:OFI2 OFI2]
    97 
    98 The Internet2 OpenFlow Aggregate (i2-of) FlowVisor is running a newer FV version than most sites: 1.0.8. There are issues with collecting flowstats for this version of FV.
    99 
    100 DPIDs in the I2 OF core (sorted by DPID):
    101 
    102 === Shared Mesoscale VLANs ===
    103 || '''switch'''              || '''VLAN 3715'''         || '''VLAN 3716'''         || '''VLAN 3717'''         ||
    104 || of.newy.net.internet2.edu || 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:63:1d || 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:63:1d || 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:63:1d ||
    105 || of.wash.net.internet2.edu || 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 || 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 || 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 ||
    106 || of.atla.net.internet2.edu || 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:63:6e || 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:63:6e || 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:63:6e ||
    107 || of.hous.net.internet2.edu || 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:81:42 || 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:81:42 || 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:81:42 ||
    108 || of.losa.net.internet2.edu || 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:63:38 || 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:63:38 || 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:63:38 ||
    109 
    110 === Exclusive Mesoscale VLANs ===
    111 || '''switch'''              || '''VLAN 1755'''         || '''VLAN 1756'''         || '''VLAN 1757'''         || '''VLAN 1758'''         || '''VLAN 1759'''         ||
    112 || of.newy.net.internet2.edu || 06:db:00:12:e2:22:63:1d || 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:63:1d || 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:63:1d || 06:de:00:12:e2:22:63:1d || 06:df:00:12:e2:22:63:1d ||
    113 || of.wash.net.internet2.edu || 06:db:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 || 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 || 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 || 06:de:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 || 06:df:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 ||
    114 || of.atla.net.internet2.edu || 06:db:00:12:e2:22:63:6e || 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:63:6e || 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:63:6e || 06:de:00:12:e2:22:63:6e || 06:df:00:12:e2:22:63:6e ||
    115 || of.hous.net.internet2.edu || 06:db:00:12:e2:22:81:42 || 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:81:42 || 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:81:42 || 06:de:00:12:e2:22:81:42 || 06:df:00:12:e2:22:81:42 ||
    116 || of.losa.net.internet2.edu || 06:db:00:12:e2:22:63:38 || 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:63:38 || 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:63:38 || 06:de:00:12:e2:22:63:38 || 06:df:00:12:e2:22:63:38 ||
    117 
    118 = Connection Inventory =
    119 == ATLA ==
    120 === VLANs ===
    121 ||'''VLAN'''||'''OF Enabled?'''||'''Purpose'''               ||
    122 || 1748     || Yes             || RENCI transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    123 || 1749     || Yes             || FIU transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    124 || 1750     || Yes             || Translation; SoX transport; UKY transport; UMC transport ||
    125 || 1751     || Yes             || UFL transport ||
    126 || 1752     || Yes             || Kansas transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    127 || 1753     || Yes             || !StarLight transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    128 || 1754     || Yes             || K-State transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    129 || 1755     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    130 || 1756     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    131 || 1757     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    132 || 1758     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    133 || 1759     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    134 || 3715     || Yes             || Backbone (star topology)   ||
    135 || 3716     || Yes             || Backbone (bus topology)    ||
    136 || 3717     || Yes             || Backbone (loop topology)   ||
    137 
    138 === Ports ===
    139 In the VLAN Config column, a single ID indicates that the port is an access port on that VLAN. A T followed by one or more IDs indicates that the port is a trunk (aka tagged) port with those VLAN IDs.
    140 ||'''Port'''||'''Connects To'''||'''VLAN Config'''||
    141 || gi0/1    || ION ATLA        || T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 ||
    142 || gi0/2    || of.wash.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717||
    143 || gi0/3    || of.hous.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3717     ||
    144 || gi0/4    || SoX             || T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759         ||
    145 || gi0/5    ||                 ||                 ||
    146 || gi0/6    ||                 ||                 ||
    147 || gi0/7    || gi0/8           || 1750            ||
    148 || gi0/8    || gi0/7           || 3715            ||
    149 || gi0/9    || gi0/10          || 1750            ||
    150 || gi0/10   || gi0/9           || 3716            ||
    151 || gi0/11   || gi0/12          || 1750            ||
    152 || gi0/12   || gi0/11          || 3717            ||
    153 || gi0/13   || gi0/14          || 1750            ||
    154 || gi0/14   || gi0/13          || 1752            ||
    155 || gi0/15   || gi0/16          || 1750            ||
    156 || gi0/16   || gi0/15          || 1751            ||
    157 || gi0/17   || gi0/18          || 1750            ||
    158 || gi0/18   || gi0/17          || 1748            ||
    159 || gi0/19   || gi0/20          || 1750            ||
    160 || gi0/20   || gi0/19          || 1754            ||
    161 || gi0/21   || gi0/22          || 1750            ||
    162 || gi0/22   || gi0/21          || 1749            ||
    163 || gi0/23   || gi0/24          || 1750            ||
    164 || gi0/24   || gi0/23          || 1753            ||
    165 || Te0/25   || atla.of.nlr.net ||                 ||
    166 || Te0/26   || AL2S ATLA       || T 1748 1749 1750 1751 1752 1753 1754 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 ||
    167 
    168 == HOUS ==
    169 === VLANs ===
    170 ||'''VLAN'''||'''OF Enabled?'''||'''Purpose'''             ||
    171 || 1750     || Yes             || Translation              ||
    172 || 1751     || Yes             || UH transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)||
    173 || 1755     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    174 || 1756     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    175 || 1757     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    176 || 1758     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    177 || 1759     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    178 || 1760     || Yes             || UMKC transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)||
    179 || 2497     || Yes             || ohmetrodc-ig transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)||
    180 || 3715     || Yes             || Backbone (star topology) ||
    181 || 3716     || Yes             || Backbone (bus topology)  ||
    182 || 3717     || Yes             || Backbone (loop topology) ||
    183 
    184 === Ports ===
    185 In the VLAN Config column, a single ID indicates that the port is an access port on that VLAN. A T followed by one or more IDs indicates that the port is a trunk (aka tagged) port with those VLAN IDs.
    186 ||'''Port'''||'''Connects To'''||'''VLAN Config'''||
    187 || gi0/1    || ION HOUS        || T 1751 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 1760 2497 ||
    188 || gi0/2    || of.atla.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3717     ||
    189 || gi0/3    || of.losa.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717||
    190 || gi0/4    ||                 ||                 ||
    191 || gi0/5    ||                 ||                 ||
    192 || gi0/6    ||                 ||                 ||
    193 || gi0/7    ||                 ||                 ||
    194 || gi0/8    ||                 ||                 ||
    195 || gi0/9    ||                 ||                 ||
    196 || gi0/10   ||                 ||                 ||
    197 || gi0/11   ||                 ||                 ||
    198 || gi0/12   ||                 ||                 ||
    199 || gi0/13   || gi0/14          || 1750            ||
    200 || gi0/14   || gi0/13          || 3715            ||
    201 || gi0/15   || gi0/16          || 1750            ||
    202 || gi0/16   || gi0/15          || 3716            ||
    203 || gi0/17   || gi0/18          || 1750            ||
    204 || gi0/18   || gi0/17          || 3717            ||
    205 || gi0/19   || gi0/20          || 1750            ||
    206 || gi0/20   || gi0/19          || 1751            ||
    207 || gi0/21   || gi0/22          || 1750            ||
    208 || gi0/22   || gi0/21          || 2497            ||
    209 || gi0/23   || gi0/24          || 1750            ||
    210 || gi0/24   || gi0/23          || 1760            ||
    211 || Te0/25   ||                 ||                 ||
    212 || Te0/26   ||                 ||                 ||
    213 
    214 == LOSA ==
    215 === VLANs ===
    216 ||'''VLAN'''||'''OF Enabled?'''||'''Purpose'''                      ||
    217 || 1750     || Yes             || Translation; UEN transport; CENIC transport ||
    218 || 1751     || Yes             || OSF transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    219 || 1755     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    220 || 1756     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    221 || 1757     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    222 || 1758     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    223 || 1759     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    224 || 1805     || Yes             || UH transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    225 || 1853     || Yes             || UCDavis transport ||
    226 || 3715     || Yes             || Backbone (star topology)          ||
    227 || 3716     || Yes             || Backbone (bus topology)           ||
    228 || 3717     || Yes             || Backbone (loop topology)          ||
    229 
    230 === Ports ===
    231 In the VLAN Config column, a single ID indicates that the port is an access port on that VLAN. A T followed by one or more IDs indicates that the port is a trunk (aka tagged) port with those VLAN IDs.
    232 ||'''Port'''||'''Connects To'''||'''VLAN Config'''||
    233 || gi0/1    || ION LOSA        || T 1750 3715 3716||
    234 || gi0/2    || of.hous.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717||
    235 || gi0/3    || of.newy.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717||
    236 || gi0/4    ||                 ||                 ||
    237 || gi0/5    ||                 ||                 ||
    238 || gi0/6    ||                 ||                 ||
    239 || gi0/7    ||                 ||                 ||
    240 || gi0/8    ||                 ||                 ||
    241 || gi0/9    ||                 ||                 ||
    242 || gi0/10   ||                 ||                 ||
    243 || gi0/11   ||                 ||                 ||
    244 || gi0/12   || UEN             || T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759           ||
    245 || gi0/13   || gi0/14          || 1750            ||
    246 || gi0/14   || gi0/13          || 3715            ||
    247 || gi0/15   || gi0/16          || 1750            ||
    248 || gi0/16   || gi0/15          || 3716            ||
    249 || gi0/17   || gi0/18          || 1750            ||
    250 || gi0/18   || gi0/17          || 3717            ||
    251 || gi0/19   || gi0/20          || 1750            ||
    252 || gi0/20   || gi0/19          || 1853            ||
    253 || gi0/21   || gi0/22          || 1750            ||
    254 || gi0/22   || gi0/21          || 1751            ||
    255 || gi0/23   || gi0/24          || 1750            ||
    256 || gi0/24   || gi0/23          || (reserved 1805) ||
    257 || Te0/25   ||                 ||                 ||
    258 || Te0/26   || AL2S LOSA       || T 1751 (reserved 1805) 1853          ||
    259 
    260 == NEWY ==
    261 === VLANs ===
    262 ||'''VLAN'''||'''OF Enabled?'''||'''Purpose'''                      ||
    263 || 1750     || Yes             || Translation; GPO transport; WVNET transport; NYU transport; NYSERNet transport ||
    264 || 1751     || Yes             || Illinois transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    265 || 1755     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    266 || 1756     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    267 || 1757     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    268 || 1758     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    269 || 1759     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    270 || 3715     || Yes             || Backbone (star topology) ||
    271 || 3716     || Yes             || Backbone (bus topology)  ||
    272 || 3717     || Yes             || Backbone (loop topology) ||
    273 || 4083     || No              || fia-mobilityfirst from NYU ||
    274 || 4084     || No              || fia-ndn from NYU ||
    275 || 4085     || No              || fia-xia from NYU ||
    276 || 4086     || No              || reservedvlan1 from NYU ||
    277 || 4087     || No              || reservedvlan2 from NYU ||
    278 
    279 === Ports ===
    280 In the VLAN Config column, a single ID indicates that the port is an access port on that VLAN. A T followed by one or more IDs indicates that the port is a trunk (aka tagged) port with those VLAN IDs.
    281 ||'''Port'''||'''Connects To'''||'''VLAN Config'''||
    282 || gi0/1    || ION NEWY        || T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 4085 4086 4087    ||
    283 || gi0/2    || of.losa.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717||
    284 || gi0/3    || of.wash.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3716 3717     ||
    285 || gi0/4    || NYU GENI rack   || T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 4083 4084 4085 4086 4087 ||
    286 || gi0/5    ||                 ||                 ||
    287 || gi0/6    ||                 ||                 ||
    288 || gi0/7    ||                 ||                 ||
    289 || gi0/8    ||                 ||                 ||
    290 || gi0/9    ||                 ||                 ||
    291 || gi0/10   ||                 ||                 ||
    292 || gi0/11   ||                 ||                 ||
    293 || gi0/12   || NYSERNet        || T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 ||
    294 || gi0/13   || gi0/14          || 1750            ||
    295 || gi0/14   || gi0/13          || 3715            ||
    296 || gi0/15   || gi0/16          || 1750            ||
    297 || gi0/16   || gi0/15          || 3716            ||
    298 || gi0/17   || gi0/18          || 1750            ||
    299 || gi0/18   || gi0/17          || 3717            ||
    300 || gi0/19   || gi0/20          || 1750            ||
    301 || gi0/20   || gi0/19          || (reserved for NCSU) ||
    302 || gi0/21   || gi0/22          || 1750            ||
    303 || gi0/22   || gi0/21          || 1751            ||
    304 || gi0/23   || gi0/24          || 1750            ||
    305 || gi0/24   || gi0/23          || (reserved for VT)   ||
    306 || Te0/25   ||                 ||                 ||
    307 || Te0/26   || AL2S NEWY       || T 1750 1751 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 4083 4084 4085 4086 4087 ||
    308 
    309 == WASH ==
    310 === VLANs ===
    311 ||'''VLAN'''||'''OF Enabled?'''||'''Purpose'''               ||
    312 || 1750     || Yes             || Translation; OSU transport; MAX transport ||
    313 || 1751     || No              || MOXI transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    314 || 1752     || No              || Princeton transport (OF enabled for layer1transport) ||
    315 || 1755     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    316 || 1756     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    317 || 1757     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    318 || 1758     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    319 || 1759     || Yes             || Exclusive !OpenFlow VLAN ||
    320 || 3715     || Yes             || Backbone (star topology) ||
    321 || 3716     || Yes             || Backbone (bus topology)  ||
    322 || 3717     || Yes             || Backbone (loop topology) ||
    323 
    324 === Ports ===
    325 In the VLAN Config column, a single ID indicates that the port is an access port on that VLAN. A T followed by one or more IDs indicates that the port is a trunk (aka tagged) port with those VLAN IDs.
    326 ||'''Port'''||'''Connects To'''||'''VLAN Config'''||
    327 || gi0/1    || ION WASH        || T 1750 1751 1752 ||
    328 || gi0/2    || of.newy.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3716 3717     ||
    329 || gi0/3    || of.atla.net.internet2.edu || T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717||
    330 || gi0/4    ||                 ||                 ||
    331 || gi0/5    ||                 ||                 ||
    332 || gi0/6    ||                 ||                 ||
    333 || gi0/7    ||                 ||                 ||
    334 || gi0/8    ||                 ||                 ||
    335 || gi0/9    ||                 ||                 ||
    336 || gi0/10   ||                 ||                 ||
    337 || gi0/11   ||                 ||                 ||
    338 || gi0/12   ||                 ||                 ||
    339 || gi0/13   || gi0/14          || 1750            ||
    340 || gi0/14   || gi0/13          || 3715            ||
    341 || gi0/15   || gi0/16          || 1750            ||
    342 || gi0/16   || gi0/15          || 3716            ||
    343 || gi0/17   || gi0/18          || 1750            ||
    344 || gi0/18   || gi0/17          || 3717            ||
    345 || gi0/19   || gi0/20          || 1750            ||
    346 || gi0/20   || gi0/19          || 1751            ||
    347 || gi0/21   || gi0/22          || 1750            ||
    348 || gi0/22   || gi0/21          || 1752            ||
    349 || gi0/23   ||                 ||                 ||
    350 || gi0/24   ||                 ||                 ||
    351 || Te0/25   ||                 ||                 ||
    352 || Te0/26   || AL2S WASH       || T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 ||
    353 
    354 {{{
    355 #!comment
    356 Please don't edit below this line - Thanks!
    357 }}}
    35857----
    359 [[TitleIndex(Connectivity)]]
    36058{{{
    36159#!html