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Here's a description of the Hello GENI experiment; we're still fleshing this out.


This experiment is just a quick way to reserve some resources and see if they can talk to each other. It uses an IP subnet, which you have to allocate from a pool that the GPO maintains, but the rest of the resources, you can provision yourself.

IP subnets

We've set aside as a pool of IP subnets for this. We're currently using - for the Plastic Slices project, and have - available for other uses.

MyPLC hosts

Here are the MyPLC hosts that support Hello GENI, sorted by last octet:

hostname MAC address IP address 00:1B:21:4B:3F:AD 00:1B:21:4B:3E:E9 00:1B:21:5A:E6:A5 00:1B:21:5F:8F:E1 00:1B:21:5A:E6:A9 00:15:C5:E7:A8:0E 00:11:43:D4:F7:29 00:B0:D0:E1:6F:86 00:B0:D0:E1:6F:87 00:14:D1:19:43:F4 08:00:27:61:68:87 08:00:27:F7:3B:EE 00:50:56:96:55:83 00:50:56:96:06:81 00:1B:21:75:7A:92 00:0E:0C:2C:EC:30 D8:D3:85:67:06:3D D8:D3:85:65:33:D5

(We still need to add MAC address info for the KSU and Wisconsin hosts.)

Each host uses the same fourth octet on all of the subnets that it's on.

For each subnet, the host should have an interface eth1.<vlan>:42xxx with that IP address, where <vlan> is the VLAN that the subnet should be on.

Et cetera

We still need to add more info here, like how to allocate these resources and use them, but wanted to get the table of MAC addresses and IP addresses out ASAP.

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