wiki:ORBIT

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Project Number

1660

Project Title

Control, Measurement, and Resource Management Framework for Heterogeneous and Mobile Wireless Testbeds
a.k.a. ORBIT

Technical Contacts

Principal Investigator: Marco Gruteser WINLAB / Rutgers University gruteser@winlab.rutgers.edu http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/~gruteser/
Co-Principal Investigator: Max Ott NICTA max.ott@nicta.com.au http://www.nicta.com.au/people/ottm
Co-Principal Investigator: Ivan Seskar WINLAB / Rutgers University seskar@winlab.rutgers.edu http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/~seskar/
Technical Staff: Joseph Milkjovic WINLAB / Rutgers University
Technical Staff: Thierry Rakotoarivelo NICTA Thierry.Rakotoarivelo@nicta.com.au http://www.nicta.com.au/people/rakotoarivelot

Participating Organizations

WINLAB / Rutgers University, North Brunswick, NJ
NICTA, Alexandria, NSW, Australia

Scope

The scope of work on this project is to extend the Orbit Control, Management and Measurement Framework (OMF) to design and implement a prototype of a GENI-compliant resource management, experiment control, and measurement framework, so that it can support experiments across heterogeneous testbed resources, with a specific focus on mobile testbeds. GENI control framework functions will be added to the OMF as they become defined. Support for mobile testbeds will include the handling of disconnection, and providing temporal and spatial control. Reference implementations of your GENI-compliant resource management, experiment control, and measurement framework will be provided to another wireless project, and its testbed will be integrated into your OMF environment as a federated testbed. Both testbeds will be connected to a GENI backbone network.

Milestones

ORBIT: 1a Extend OMF to support multiple heterogeneous testbeds
ORBIT: 1b Extend OMF interfaces and software to support mobile testbeds
ORBIT: 1c provide reference implementations of extended OMF software to WiMAX project
ORBIT: 1d Provide VLAN connections to the GENI backbone
ORBIT: 1e Establish OMF operating environment, verify, and demo
ORBIT: 1f Support experimentation by other GENI users

Project Technical Documents

Links to wiki pages for the project's technical documents go here. List should include any document in the working groups, as well as other useful documents. Projects may have a full tree of wiki pages here.

  1. Raychaudhuri, et al, “Overview of the ORBIT radio grid testbed for evaluation of next-generation wireless network protocols,” in Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, 2005. See also: www.orbit-lab.org

Maximilian Ott, Ivan Seskar, Robert Siracusa, Manpreet Singh, "ORBIT Testbed Software Architecture: Supporting Experiments as a Service" , Proceedings of IEEE Tridentcom 2005, Trento, Italy, Feb 2005

Manpreet Singh, Maximilian Ott, Ivan Seskar and Pandurang Kamat, "ORBIT Measurements Framework and Library (OML): Motivations, Design,Implementation, and Features" , Proceedings of IEEE Tridentcom 2005, Trento, Italy, Feb 2005

  1. Raychaudhuri and Editors M. Gerla, “New architectures and disruptive technologies for the future internet: The wireless, mobile and sensor network perspective” Report of NSF Wireless Mobile Planning Group (WMPG) Workshop, August 2005, at www.winlab.rutgers.edu/WMPG

Project Photos

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Quarterly Status Reports

ORBIT: 4Q08 Status Report

Spiral 1 Connectivity

Links to wiki pages about details of infrastrcture that the project is using go here.. Examples include IP addresses, hostnames, URLs, DNS servers, local site network maps, VLAN IDs (if permanent VLANs are used), pointers to public keys. May also include ticket links for pending or known connectivity issues. Many projects will have a full tree of wiki pages here.

Location of equipment:

Lab at WINLAB / Rutgers University, North Brunswick, NJ
Lab at NICTA, Alexandria, NSW, Australia
Clearinghouse will be located in WINLAB.

Layer 3 connectivity

WINLAB has existing IP connectivity and public addresses that will also be used for GENI. NICTA layer 3 connectivity is TBD.

Layer 2 connectivity

WINLAB will connect layer 2 via Rutgers infrastructure. Additional private fiber/infrastructure is needed to reach Rutgers; schedule TBD. Rutgers has an existing connecton to MAGPI East in Philadelphia. Connection to NLR or Internet2 TBD.

NICTA plans connection via Australian Advanced Research Network to a PoP in Seattle, with possible connectivity to Internet2 and NLR. Possible DCN for GENI virtual ethernet connection. Details TBD.

IT contact at WINLAB: via Ivan Seskar?

IT contact at NICTA: via Max Ott?

GPO Liason System Engineer

Harry Mussman hmussman@geni.net

Related Projects

ORBIT Testbed

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