Changes between Version 32 and Version 33 of GENIWiMaxTridentcomTutorial


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07/12/12 15:11:22 (10 years ago)
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    4444Participants will learn how to begin an experiment with a "fresh slate" by loading a new disk image onto their nodes and resetting the WiMAX base station to its default state.[[br]]
    4545
    46 [  Demo #3]  [[BR]]
     46[  Demo ]  [[BR]]
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    48 [http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorials/27-starting-an-experiment.html Instructions #3][[br]]
     48[http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorial.html?start=3 Instructions #3][[br]]
    4949
    5050This requires coordination between different teams using the same BS, since only one team should reset a given BS at a time.
     
    5858Participants will run a simple OMF experiment in which two nodes are configured to connect to the GENI WiMAX network and their WiMAX RSSI and CINR is stored by OML and plotted on the web interface during experiment runtime. They also learn how to use the ''result'' service of the AM. [[br]]
    5959
    60 [  Demo #4]  [[BR]]
     60[  Demo ]  [[BR]]
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    62 [http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorials/28-4-basic-wimax-rssi-experiment.html Instructions #4][[br]]
     62[http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorial.html?start=4 Instructions #4][[br]]
    6363
    6464(Since several users will be running experiments on the same AM in parallel, not all users will find their web interface at port 4000.) [[br]]
     
    7474Participants will extend the previous simple experiment. Each of their nodes will be assigned an IP address and will listen for UDP traffic from a broadcast sender, using iperf. The iperf bandwidth and packet loss will be plotted on the web interface. [[br]]
    7575
    76 [  Demo #5]  [[BR]]
     76[  Demo ]  [[BR]]
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    78 [http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorials/29-5-iperf-udp-broadcast-receiver-experiment.html Instructions #5][[br]]
     78[http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorial.html?start=5 Instructions #5][[br]]
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    8080This experiment does not require coordination between different teams using the same BS.[[BR]]
     
    8888Participants will run an OML-ized script that retrieve the WiMAX BS config and stores it in an OML database. [[br]]
    8989
    90 [  Demo #6]  [[BR]]
     90[  Demo ]  [[BR]]
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    92 [http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorials/31-6-saving-bs-config-to-oml.html Instructions #6][[br]]
     92[http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorial.html?start=6 Instructions #6][[br]]
    9393
    9494This experiment does not require coordination between different teams using the same BS.
     
    102102Participants will run an OMF experiment that turns off adaptive modulation and coding, then varies the MCS used at regular intervals during experiment runtime. Participants can see the effect of varying MCS by observing the packet loss graph shown in the web interface. [[br]]
    103103
    104 [  Demo #7]  [[BR]]
     104[  Demo ]  [[BR]]
    105105
    106 [http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorials/30-7-varying-modulation-and-coding-experiment.html Instructions #7][[br]]
     106[http://witestlab.poly.edu/index.php/tutorial.html?start=7 Instructions #7][[br]]
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    108108This experiment requires coordination between different teams using the same BS. Only one team should change the BS settings at a time.