Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of PaperOSRMethodology


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10/06/14 12:00:25 (7 years ago)
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  • PaperOSRMethodology

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    2222      * The [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/SystematicExprCaseStudy/SmallTopo/Execute previous instructions] were customized to the 4-node topology. 
    2323      * Use the actual IP address of the server node (`192.168.11.101`) for the `ping`, `traceroute`, and both `iperf` commands.
    24       * When bringing down the router and it's interfaces, pick a router that appears in the path between `client` and `server` as shown by the `traceroute` command.  (For example, if `traceroute` reports the path used as `router-1 -> router-3 -> router-5 -> router-7` then consider bringing down interfaces on `router-3`.  Check that the interface that you are bringing down is on the four router path shown by traceroute.  For example, `eth1` might have IP address `10.10.3.2` which connects to `router-2`.  So you would then bring down `eth1` using `ifconfig`.  After you bring down `router-3`, the path shown by `traceroute` might look like   `router-1 -> router-2 -> router-4 -> router-7`.
     24      * When bringing down the router and it's interfaces, pick a router that appears in the path between `client` and `server` as shown by the `traceroute` command. 
     25        - For example, if `traceroute` reports the path used as `router-1 -> router-3 -> router-5 -> router-7` then consider bringing down interfaces on `router-3`. 
     26        - Check that the interface that you are bringing down is on the four router path shown by `traceroute`. 
     27        - For example, `eth1` might have IP address `10.10.3.2` which connects to `router-2`.  So you would then bring down `eth1` using `ifconfig`. 
     28      * After you bring down `router-3`, the path shown by `traceroute` might look like   `router-1 -> router-2 -> router-4 -> router-7`.
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    2630= Step-by-Step: How to reconstruct the experiment artifacts =