Changes between Version 42 and Version 43 of GeniTmixCalibTutorial

06/19/14 19:22:05 (7 years ago)
Ben Newton



  • GeniTmixCalibTutorial

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    77At run-time Tmix "replays" the exchanges encoded in a set of connection vectors (or c-vecs).  The connection vectors are extracted from traffic captured on a real network link.    Since all of the traffic crossing a busy link cannot generally be replayed using a single pair of nodes, it is customary to split the connection vectors into N pairs of tcvec files.  If all of the traffic observed on a busy link cannot be simulated with just two nodes, what percentage of the traffic can we replay?  How many pairs of nodes do we need to use to simulate all the traffic?  It is exactly these questions that calibration seeks to answer.  Below we will walk through the process of determining how much traffic can be simulated by a single pair of nodes.   
    9 == A Reserve Resources in Omni or GENI Portal ==
    10 Determine whether you wish to use Omni or GENI Portal to reserve GENI resources for this Tutorial.  We recommend you use GENI Portal, unless you are experienced with, or wish to gain experience with Omni.  Click one of the links below that matches your choice. The image and setup are the same as in the Tmix Tutorial. 
     9== A Reserve Resources on GENI Portal ==
     10Click the link below for instructions on generating a slice and reserving resources using the GENI Portal.  Use the The image and setup are the same as in the Tmix Tutorial. 
    1212[wiki:GeniTmixTutorialPortal Reserve Resources using GENI Portal]
    14 [wiki:GeniTmixTutorialOmni Reserve Resources using Omni]
     14#[wiki:GeniTmixTutorialOmni Reserve Resources using Omni]
    1616== B Login to nodes ==