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Getting Started With GENI - Part I

Overview:

Tutorial Setup

Reserve two VMs at the same location connected by a Layer 2 circuit.

Then send layer 2 traffic between these two nodes (without IP).

Prerequisites:

In order to participate in this tutorial you need to have an account at an InCommon institution or from the GPO. If you haven't done so before, please sign in to the GENI Portal.

Make sure you know which institution will provide you access to GENI and the username and password you need to authenticate. If you don't know, please let us know.

  • What equipment/software is the experimenter expected to bring to this tutorial?
    • Include links to instruction on how to access, install, and configure the software
  • What knowledge is the experimenter expected to have/obtain before starting this tutorial?
    • Include links to any previous tutorials or pre-work that should be completed before starting this tutorial.
    • Include non-GENI prerequisites such as familiarity with SSH, unix command line, python, etc.
  • What credentials are the experimenter expected to have to do this tutorial?
    • Include links to instructions on obtaining those credentials

Tools:

GENI Experimenter Portal

  • What tools is the experimenter going to be using?
  • References to guides for installing and using the tools
  • Give them a place where they can get some clarification if they don't know what the tool is or what it is doing

Where to get help:

GENI Experimenter Tutorial: portal-help@geni.net

GENI: help@geni.net

  • Mailing lists
  • Forums

Resources:

  • two virtual machines at one GENI rack
  • Where can I get more information?
  • Troubleshooting pages or FAQs
  • GENI Glossary?

Tutorial Instructions

Design/Setup
  • Part I: Design/Setup
    • Step 1: Design Experiment
    • Step 2: Establish Management Environment
    • Step 3: Obtain Resources
Execute
  • Part II: Execute
    • Step 4: Configure and Initialize Services
    • Step 5: Execute Experiment
    • Step 6: Analyze and Visualize Experiment
Finish

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