Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of MyPlc/NetworkCoreRecommendations


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03/12/12 10:45:53 (8 years ago)
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Josh Smift
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    3838The secondary interface on each planetlab host should contain VLAN-tagged subinterfaces for each relevant VLAN.  Many IP addresses must be configured on each interface, so that different IPs can be used by different experiments.  GPO will provide a list of IPs to configure on each of your nodes.  GPO recommends the plifconfig utility and associated MyPLC patch, which allows interfaces to be controlled by planetlab.  Obtain plifconfig from the GPO, then follow the steps at [wiki:GpoLab/MyplcReferenceImplementation#ConfigureSecondaryInterfacesforExperimentalTopology] to install plifconfig and configure the [wiki:HelloGENI] interface IPs.
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    40 === Configure static arp tables for Plastic Slices IPs ===
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    42 Many !OpenFlow-based configurations require static ARP entries so that traffic from a given planetlab host can reach other IPs in the experimental range.  GPO recommends the `install_geni_core_arp_entries.sh` script to apply static ARP entries.  Obtain this script and the corresponding startup script from the GPO, and install it following the steps at [wiki:GpoLab/MyplcReferenceImplementation#InstallStaticARPTablesforExperimentalTopology].  The most current file of ARP entries is at [http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/arp/geni-core-arp.txt].  You may need to update your settings periodically to get the most recent ARP file.  Do this on each MyPLC !PlanetLab node:
    43 {{{
    44 sudo wget -O /root/geni-core-arp.txt http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/arp/geni-core-arp.txt
    45 sudo /root/install_geni_core_arp_entries.sh
    46 }}}
    47 
    4840=== Ensure all IP addresses on a node are visible to slivers ===
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