Changes between Version 46 and Version 47 of NikySandbox/TridentCommTut


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06/07/12 11:54:48 (7 years ago)
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    23= 1. Using Omni =
    34== 1a. Configure Omni ==
     
    167168The script will return the actual command that you would need to use for logging in.
    168169
    169 = 2. Sending IP traffic =
     170= 2. Topology used for the tutorial =
     171In the first part of the tutorial, each of you create
     172
     173= 3. Sending IP traffic =
    170174For the rest of the tutorial we are going to use the whole topology that has been setup. The topology of your slice should look like:
    171175We will start testing our setup by sending IP traffic between our hosts.
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    173 == 2a. Login to host `R2` ==
     177== 3a. Login to host `R2` ==
    174178First login to the R2 host. To do that go the Flack page and see what is the name of the machine
    175179
     
    180184[[Image(readytologin_output.png, 40%)]]
    181185
    182 == 2b. Ping `source` ==
     186== 3b. Ping `source` ==
    183187After you login to the R2, try to ping source. Run :
    184188{{{
     
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    242 = 3. Sending Layer 2 traffic =
     246= 4. Sending Layer 2 traffic =
    243247GENI provides the capability of creating diverse, layer two topologies. The topology you have created includes connection at Layer 2.
    244248The layer two part of your topology looks like this; the actual info of your topology might be different.
     
    246250In this exercise we are going to send layer 2 traffic between the hosts of our topology.
    247251
    248 == 3a. Bring Down IP at r2 ==
     252== 4a. Bring Down IP at r2 ==
    249253First of all lets bring down the IP configuration from our hosts. At the terminal  of r2 first run ifconfig to figure out which are the dataplane interfaces. Run :
    250254{{{
     
    307311}}}
    308312
    309 == 3b. Run Layer 2 Ping ==
     313== 4b. Run Layer 2 Ping ==
    310314From source try to ping r2. First we will need to figure out the MAC address of r2. We can find the MAC address the same way as the IP addresses by checking the information on the link.
    311315
     
    324328}}}
    325329
    326 == 3c. Enable Layer 2 forwarding at r2 ==
     330== 4c. Enable Layer 2 forwarding at r2 ==
    327331If we try to ping PCRemote from source, the packets will not get through, since there is no
    328332router running at r2 that will forward the packets along. For this tutorial we have installed
     
    357361Congratulations you have run a Layer 2 experiment that spans across the United States!
    358362
    359 = 4. Cleanup resources =
     363= 5. Cleanup resources =
    360364Although all your reservations, have expiration times, its always good practice
    361365to release the resources after your experiment is over to make them available
    362366to other experimenters.
    363367
    364 === Deletesliver with Omni ===
     368=== 5a. Deletesliver with Omni ===
    365369We are going to use Omni to release our resources, For each AM that you have used
    366370you should delete your sliver. In the tutorial we used the AMs at Kentucky and at Utah.
     
    381385any questions you might have.
    382386
    383 = 5. Fill out the tutorial survey =
     387= 6. Fill out the tutorial survey =
    384388We love to hear what you think so that we can improve the tutorials in the future.
    385389Please complete the [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHpkWWd3UXdFZ0tZa0Q5TkNNb3JOY0E6MA#gid=0 online survey] and get a temporary GENI tatoo!
    386390
    387391
    388 = 6. Get Your Own Account =
     392= 7. Get Your Own Account =
    389393The accounts, that you used in the above steps will be deactivated after the tutorial. If you do not already have an account at GPO's ProtoGENI cluster, you should get your own account so that you can further experiment with GENI.
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