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GENI Network Core subnet reservations

The 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 (see below for a table of those addresses) on each of several pre-provisioned dataplane IP subnets. This configuration allows experimenters to reserve slivers on each of these testbeds, reserve OpenFlow resources, and perform OpenFlow-based experiments.

The HelloGENI page describes a very simple experiment which you can do by reserving one of these subnets.

These subnets aren't provided by an aggregate, and thus can't be reserved via the GENI AM API. To reserve one for your experiment, contact, and let us know when you'd like to start using the subnet (if not "immediately"), and when you expect to be done with it (if you're not sure, give us a date after which we should check back with you to see if you're done).

Please DO NOT use an IP subnet that you haven't reserved. Thanks!

Current reservations

These sections describe the subnets that are currently reserved.

This subnet is reserved by tupty for temporary connectivity for new sites that are coming online.

The subnets of are typically used by MyPLC plnodes on an alias subinterface of a VLAN-based sub-interface, e.g. eth1.1750:42101 for on VLAN 1750. They could theoretically be put on other interfaces, but given the large size of the space, we'd prefer to use them only in this fashion.

Subnet Reserved by/for Reserved until tupty for general testing 2012-07-01 lnevers for general testing 2012-07-15 GPO for general testing 2012-10-15 GPO for general testing 2012-10-15 GPO for general testing 2012-10-15 JBS for general testing 2012-10-15 JBS for general testing 2012-10-15 JBS for general testing 2012-10-15 GPO for general testing 2012-10-15 GPO for general testing 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-101 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-102 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-103 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-104 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-105 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-106 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-107 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-108 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-109 2012-10-15 JBS for plastic-110 2012-10-15 tupty for minesweeping/Aster*x 2012-12-30 Niky Riga Test 2012-06-05 Niky Riga Test 2012-06-05 Sudharsan Rajagopalan for VDC Pilot 2012-05-31 meylor for general testing 2012-04-15 meylor for general testing 2012-04-15 Ke Xu (Clemson) for research 2011-12-15 Ali Sydney for his experiment 2012-10-21 Reece Johnson 2012-06-05 Reece Johnson 2012-06-05 Alex Berryman for OSU VDC 2012-03-26 Anand Akella for Hello GENI 2012-03-15

The subnets of are typically used by MyPLC plnodes in some other (probably unusual) 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, and we can help figure out the best way to set it up.

Subnet Reserved by/for Reserved until Aaron Rosen for his research 2011-11-28

IP addresses

Within the subnets above, we've allocated IP addresses to various mesoscale nodes, giving each a consistent fourth octet across the subnets (e.g. is,, etc).

The MyPLC plnodes are pre-configured to use these, and MyPLC doesn't allow experimenters to change that configuration.

The ProtoGENI pgnodes and wapgnodes are not preconfigured to use these, since experimenters control those configurations. You can also use addresses other than the ones below for pgnodes and wapgnodes if you want, as long as you don't use an address that's live on a plnode.

Here are the addresses:

Hostname Fourth octet 51 52 53 54 55 60 61 70 71 72 73 80 81 90 91 92 93 95 96 100 101 104 105 106 107 111 112 ( 130 ( 131 ( 132 ( 133 ( 146 ( 147 ( 148 ( 149 ( 150 ( 151 ( 158 ( 159 (pc1) 201 (pc2) 202 (pc3) 203 (pc4) 204 (pc5) 205 (pc6) 206 (pc7) 207 (pc8) 208 (pc9) 209 (pc10) 210 (pc11) 211