Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of GENIRacksInteroperability


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07/03/12 12:43:11 (7 years ago)
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  • GENIRacksInteroperability

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    22This page describes an interoperability experiment that has been completed between Meso-scale OpenFlow sites, ExoGENI and InstaGENI. This experiment used the !OpenFlow VLAN 1750 was used at each Meso-scale site and the GENI Core !OpenFlow VLAN 3716. In this experiment the following Meso-scale and GENI Racks resources are reserved:
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    4  - Two BBN Campus VMs that has access to OF VLAN 1750 via flowspaces through the ExoGENI rack OF switch. (These OF flowspaces are managed with the ExoGENI FOAM aggregate). 
     4 - Two BBN Campus VMs that have access to OF VLAN 1750 via flowspaces through the ExoGENI rack OF switch. (These OF flowspaces are managed with the ExoGENI FOAM aggregate). 
    55 - Three meso-scale compute resources sites: 1 WAPG at Rutgers(Internet2), 1 MyPLC at BBN, and 1 MyPLC at Clemson (NLR).
    66 - Three meso-scale !OpenFlow Aggregates: Rutgers, BBN and Clemson.
    7  - Two BBN ExoGENI VMs on !OpenFlow shared VLAN 1750 
    8  - Two RENCI ExoGENI VMs on !OpenFlow shared VLAN 1750 
    9  - One InstaGENI VM on !OpenFlow shared VLAN 1750
    10  - Utah PG Campus hosts that has access to OF VLAN 1750 via flowspaces through the InstaGENI rack OF switch. (These OF flowspaces are managed with the InstaGENI FOAM aggregate.) 
     7 - Two BBN ExoGENI rack VMs on !OpenFlow shared VLAN 1750 
     8 - Two RENCI ExoGENI rack VMs on !OpenFlow shared VLAN 1750 
     9 - Two InstaGENI rack VMs on !OpenFlow shared VLAN 1750
     10 - Utah PG Campus host that has access to OF VLAN 1750 via flowspaces through the InstaGENI rack OF switch. (These OF flowspaces are managed with the InstaGENI FOAM aggregate.) 
    1111 - NRL and Internet2 !OpenFlow VLAN 3716 is used for all hosts in experiment1 to exchange traffic
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