wiki:GeniNetworkStitchingConfirmationTestStatus/Illinois

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University of Illinois Stitching Confirmation Tests

This pages capture the detailed test logs for each test defined in the New Site Stitching Confirmation Tests page. For the sites status see the New Site Stitching Confirmation Tests Status page.

IG-ST-1 New Site to GPO IG topology

The Illinois site advertises the following stitching details:

  <stitching lastUpdateTime="2013-12-11T00:44:00Z" xmlns="http://hpn.east.isi.edu/rspec/ext/stitch/0.1/">    
    <aggregate id="urn:publicid:IDN+instageni.illinois.edu+authority+cm" url="https://www.instageni.illinois.edu:12369/protogeni/xmlrpc/am">      
      <aggregatetype>        protogeni      </aggregatetype>      
      <stitchingmode>        chainANDTree      </stitchingmode>      
      <scheduledservices>        false      </scheduledservices>      
      <negotiatedservices>        false      </negotiatedservices>      
      <lifetime id="life">        
            <start type="time">          2013-12-11T00:44:00Z        </start>        
            <end type="time">          2013-12-11T00:44:00Z        </end>        
      </lifetime>      
      <node id="urn:publicid:IDN+instageni.illinois.edu+node+procurve2">        
        <port id="urn:publicid:IDN+instageni.illinois.edu+stitchport+procurve2:2.4:ion.chic.et-10_0_0">          
          <capacity>            1000000          </capacity>          
           <maximumReservableCapacity>            1000000          </maximumReservableCapacity>          
           <minimumReservableCapacity>            1000          </minimumReservableCapacity>          
            <granularity>            1          </granularity>          
            <link id="urn:publicid:IDN+instageni.illinois.edu+interface+procurve2:2.4:ion.chic.et-10_0_0">            
            <remoteLinkId>              urn:publicid:IDN+ion.internet2.edu+interface+rtr.chic:et-10/0/0:illinois-ig            </remoteLinkId>            
            <trafficEngineeringMetric>              10            </trafficEngineeringMetric>            
            <capacity>              1000000            </capacity>            
            <maximumReservableCapacity>              1000000            </maximumReservableCapacity>            
            <minimumReservableCapacity>              1000            </minimumReservableCapacity>            
            <granularity>              1            </granularity>            
            <switchingCapabilityDescriptor>              
            <switchingcapType>                l2sc              </switchingcapType>              
            <encodingType>                ethernet              </encodingType>              
            <switchingCapabilitySpecificInfo>              
            <switchingCapabilitySpecificInfo_L2sc>                 
                 <interfaceMTU>                    9000                  </interfaceMTU>                  
                 <vlanRangeAvailability>                    1760-1769                  </vlanRangeAvailability>                  \
                 <vlanTranslation>                    false                  </vlanTranslation>                  
            </switchingCapabilitySpecificInfo_L2sc>                
            </switchingCapabilitySpecificInfo>              
            </switchingCapabilityDescriptor>            
              </link>          
         </port>        
    </node>     
  </aggregate>    
</stitching>  

Experimenter may not need any of this data, but it is helpful to reference when trying to determine how many VLANs are delegated for stitching at the site or how much bandwidth can be requested.

Create a slice and then create the stitched slivers with the RSPec IG-ST-1-ion.rspec:

$ omni.py createslice IG-ST-1
19:47:29 INFO     omni: Loading agg_nick_cache file '/home/lnevers/.gcf/agg_nick_cache'
19:47:29 INFO     omni: Loading config file /home/lnevers/.gcf/omni_config
19:47:29 INFO     omni: Using control framework portal
19:47:29 INFO     omni: Created slice with Name IG-ST-1, URN urn:publicid:IDN+ch.geni.net:ln-prj+slice+IG-ST-1, Expiration 2013-12-18 00:47:29
19:47:29 INFO     omni:  ------------------------------------------------------------
19:47:29 INFO     omni:  Completed createslice:
Args: createslice IG-ST-1
  Result Summary: Created slice with Name IG-ST-1, URN urn:publicid:IDN+ch.geni.net:ln-prj+slice+IG-ST-1, Expiration 2013-12-18 00:47:29 
19:47:29 INFO     omni:  ============================================================

stitcher.py createsliver IG-ST-1 IG-ST-1-ion.rspec -o

Determined login information at each Illinois and GPO aggregate:

$ readyToLogin.py IG-ST-1 -a illinois-ig
  ....

$ readyToLogin.py IG-ST-1 -a gpo-ig
  ....

Measurements

Iperf InstaGENI GPO VM to InstaGENI Illinois VM (TCP) - TCP window size: 23.5 KByte (default)

Collected: 2013-XX-XX

One Client_

Five Clients

Ten Clients

Iperf InstaGENI GPO VM to InstaGENI Illinois VM (UDP) - UDP buffer size: 224 KByte (default)

Ping from InstaGENI GPO VM to InstaGENI Illinois VM

Iperf InstaGENI Illinois VM to InstaGENI GPO VM (TCP) - TCP window size: 23.5 KByte (default)

Collected: 2013-XX-XX

One Client_

Five Clients

Ten Clients

Iperf InstaGENI Illinois VM to InstaGENI GPO VM (UDP) - UDP buffer size: 224 KByte (default)

Ping from InstaGENI Illinois VM to InstaGENI GPO VM

IG-ST-2 New Site to GPO IG Loop topology

Create a slice and then create the stitched slivers with the RSPec IG-ST-2.rspec:

omni.py createslice IG-ST-2
stitcher.py createsliver IG-ST-2 IG-ST-2.rspec -o

Determined login information at each Illinois and GPO aggregate:

$ readyToLogin.py IG-ST-2 -a illinois-ig
  ....

$ readyToLogin.py IG-ST-2 -a gpo-ig
  ....

Login to each host and ping the remote on each of the two interfaces. Below is the ping output for the GPO site:

ping 10.10.4.2 -c 60 -q
ping 192.168.4.2 -c 60 -q

IG-ST-3 IG-ST-3 New Site 3 node linear topology

Create a slice and then create the stitched slivers with the RSPec IG-ST-3.rspec:

omni.py createslice IG-ST-3
stitcher.py createsliver IG-ST-3 IG-ST-3.rspec -o

Determined login information the Illinois host:

$ readyToLogin.py IG-ST-3 -a illinois-ig
  ....

Login to the Illinois host and ping each remote:

#ping GPO IG 
ping 192.168.2.1 -c 60 -q
# Utah IG
ping 192.168.4.1 -c 60 -q

IG-ST-4 New Site to GPO EG interoperability

Create a slice and then create the stitched slivers with the RSPec IG-ST-4.rspec:

omni.py createslice IG-ST-4
stitcher.py createsliver IG-ST-4 IG-ST-4.rspec -o 

Determined login information at each Illinois and GPO aggregate:

$ readyToLogin.py IG-ST-4 -a illinois-ig
  ....

$ readyToLogin.py IG-ST-4 -a gpo-eg
  ....

Measurements

Iperf ExoGENI GPO VM to InstaGENI Illinois VM (TCP) - TCP window size: 23.5 KByte (default)

Collected: 2013-XX-XX

One Client_

Five Clients

Ten Clients

Iperf ExoGENI GPO VM to InstaGENI Illinois VM (UDP) - UDP buffer size: 224 KByte (default)

Ping from ExoGENI GPO VM to InstaGENI Illinois VM

Iperf InstaGENI Illinois VM to ExoGENI GPO VM (TCP) - TCP window size: 23.5 KByte (default)

Collected: 2013-XX-XX

One Client_

Five Clients

Ten Clients

Iperf InstaGENI Illinois VM to ExoGENI GPO VM (UDP) - UDP buffer size: 224 KByte (default)

Ping from InstaGENI Illinois VM to ExoGENI GPO VM

IG-ST-5 Site Information

Various pages include stitching information for a site. Each of the following were verified for this site:

  1. to be done - Verified that stitching VLANs and Device URN information exists in the Illinois Aggregate page.

  1. to be done - Verified that Delegated GENI Stitching VLANs for site are documented at the Delegated GENI Stitching VLANs.
  1. to be done - Stitching Computation Service logs were reviewed while testing stitching to this site, no issues found.
  1. to be done - Added site to the list of GENI Network Stitching Sites.

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