Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of NetworkCore/SubnetReservations


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06/27/11 17:17:37 (11 years ago)
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Josh Smift
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    1 = Reservations of GENI network core IP subnets =
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    31The [wiki:NetworkCore GENI OpenFlow-controlled network core] is attached to a number of MyPLC-controlled !PlanetLab testbeds.  Each node in these testbeds is configured with IP addresses on each of several pre-provisioned dataplane IP subnets, and static ARP entries for the other IPs in each subnet.  This configuration allows experimenters to reserve slivers on each of these testbeds, reserve !OpenFlow resources, and perform !OpenFlow-based experiments.
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    97Please DO NOT use an IP subnet that you haven't reserved. Thanks!
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    11 == Current reservations ==
     9= Current reservations =
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     11These sections describe the subnets that are currently reserved.
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     13== 10.42.0.0/16 ==
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     15The subnets of 10.42.0.0/16 are typically used by MyPLC plnodes on an alias subinterface of a VLAN-based sub-interface, e.g. eth1.1750:42101 for 10.42.101.0/24 on VLAN 1750. They could theoretically be put on other interfaces, but given the large size of the 10.0.0.0/8 space, we'd prefer to use them only in this fashion.
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    1317|| '''Subnet'''   || '''Reserved by/for'''        || '''Reserved until''' ||
     
    7276|| 10.42.148.0/24 ||                              ||                      ||
    7377|| 10.42.149.0/24 ||                              ||                      ||
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     79== 10.43.0.0/16 ==
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     81The subnets of 10.43.0.0/16 are typically used by MyPLC plnodes in some other (probably unsual) fashion. ("They're like .42, but odd.") Because each one might be different from all the others, we haven't pre-provisioned any that aren't currently in use, so if you'd like one, just contact `gpo-infra@geni.net`, and we can help figure out the best way to set it up.
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     83|| '''Subnet'''   || '''Reserved by/for'''        || '''Reserved until''' ||
     84|| 10.43.100.0/24 || Aaron Rosen for his research || 2011-11-28           ||