Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of GeniDesktop/Summer_Camp_2015


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05/20/15 11:14:49 (6 years ago)
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    1212=== Important URLs ===
    13  * This page is located at [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniDesktop/Summer_Camp_2015 http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniDesktop/Summer_Camp_2015]
    14  * To use the GENI Desktop, go to [https://genidesktop.netlab.uky.edu https://genidesktop.netlab.uky.edu]
    15  * A general tutorial for GENI Desktop can be found at [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/GENIDesktop http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/GENIDesktop]
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     14||  To use the GENI Desktop, go to ||   [https://genidesktop.netlab.uky.edu https://genidesktop.netlab.uky.edu] ||
     15|| A general tutorial for GENI Desktop  ||  [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/GENIDesktop http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/GENIDesktop] ||
     16|| This page is located at ||  [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniDesktop/Summer_Camp_2015 http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniDesktop/Summer_Camp_2015] ||
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    2022 * Part I: Setup
    21      *  Follow the instructions of the general GENI Desktop tutorial to create a three-node topology.
     23     *  Follow the instructions of the general GENI Desktop tutorial to create a topology with three Xen nodes as shown below.
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    2325[[Image(basic_topo2.png, 500px)]]
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    2527 * Part II: Excute
    26      *  Step A: Copy a file to the selected nodes.
    27      *  Step B: Login to the selected nodes.
    28      *  Step C: Run a command on the selected nodes.
    29      *  Step D: Copy a file from the selected nodes.
    30      *  Step E: Monitor the traffic of the selected interface.
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     28     *  Step 1: Copy a file to the selected nodes.
     29        * Download these two files to a local directory.
     30        * Click "Upload File"
     31        * Highlight two nodes (A and B)
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     33     *  Step 2: Run a command on the selected nodes.
     34        * Click on "Command"
     35        * Highlight all three nodes (A, B, and C)
     36        * Click on "Set Selection"
     37        * Type "sudo apt-get install iperf" in the text box.
     38        * Click on "Run Command"
     39     *  Step 3: Monitor the traffic of the selected interface.
     40     *  Step 4: Login by ssh to the selected nodes.
    3241 * Part III: Finish
    3342     *  Teardown experiment
     
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    4352 * Part I: Setup
    44     * Step A: Create two slices, one for the controller and one for an experiment using OVS nodes.
    45       * Pick "Public IP address" for the controller node.
    46       * The slice with OVS nodes consists of three OVS nodes and two Xen nodes.
    47     * Step B: Figure out the IP
    48     * Step C: Run an initialization script to point
     53    * Step 1: Create two slices, one for the controller and one for an experiment using OVS nodes.
     54      * For the controller slice, drag one "AAG Controller" node to the canvas.
     55        Check "Public IP address" box for the controller node.
     56      * For the experiment slice with OVS nodes, create a topology consisting of of three OVS nodes and two Xen nodes as shown below.
     57    * Step 2: Figure out the public IP address of the controller after the controller slice is created.
     58    * Step 3: Run an initialization script "  " on all OVS nodes in the experiment.
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    5060 * Part II: Execute
    51     * Install, list, and delete flows on the experiment
    52     * Monitor per-flow performance
     61    * Step 1: Install, list, and delete flows on the experiment
     62      * Click on "Flow Install". Fill in the IP address of the controller.
     63      * Select a path in the topology and highlight it.
     64      * Fill in the form to set the flow.
     65      * You can also try list and delete flows.
     66    * Step 2: Monitor per-flow performance
     67      * Click on "Flow Monitor".
     68      * Choose a flow to monitor at a selected node.
     69      * Send traffic (ping, iperf, etc) from end host A to end host B in the experiment.
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    5471 * Part III: Finish
    5572    * Teardown experiment
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