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Case Study from "Creating Repeatable Computer Science and Networking Experiments on Shared, Public Testbeds"

This page is under construction.

Reproduce the 4-router case study

  1. Reserve the 4-router topology:
    1. If you do have a GENI account you can reserve the RSpec at any InstaGENI aggregate following these instructions.
      • In particular the 4-node, single aggregate topology is loaded in the portal as OSPF 4-node (InstaGENI)
        !#comment
           b. If you don't have a GENI account you can try [https://www.aptlab.net/instantiate.php?profile=OSRRepeatExp&project=geni instantiating a 4-node topology] using a guest account on [https://www.aptlab.net Apt] (this is under development; the topology loads but the experiment hasn't been fully tested on apt)
              * The exercise works better if you choose to upload your `SSH` public key and login to the router nodes using your own `SSH` client.
        
  2. Follow the instructions on this page to send traffic and bring interfaces and nodes up and down.

Reproduce multi-site case study topologies

  1. Using the same instructions as above, reserve the 7-router topology at either a single aggregate or spread across three-aggregates
    • The 7-node, single aggregate topology is loaded in the portal as OSPF 7-node (InstaGENI)
    • (under-test) The 7-node, three aggregate topology is loaded in the portal as OSPF 7-node 3-aggregate (InstaGENI)
  2. Again, follow the instructions on this page to send traffic and bring interfaces and nodes up and down.

Step-by-Step: How to reconstruct the experiment artifacts

The following instructions assume you have a GENI account.

Step-by-step instructions to recreate each step of the case study is broken into three parts:

Other materials:

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