Commit 805b850d authored by Binh Nguyen's avatar Binh Nguyen

Update README

parent 411da578
......@@ -58,17 +58,17 @@ D. Test connectivity:
After the controller installs the rules, node0 should be able to ping node6's net2
ping6 <node6's net2 IP>
E. Run and access the web portal:
--------------------------------
E. Run and access the Segment Routing web portal:
------------------------------------------------
0. Install Apache web server:
sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install -y apache2
1. Copy web portal code to /var/www folder:
sudo cp -r sripv6-linux/www /var/
2. Modify the hostname in the "url" variable in /var/www/netjsongraph.js/examples/te_app.js so that it points to node1 of your experiment.
3. Access the web portal using this url:
http://<node1 name>/netjsongraph.js/examples/
4. The web portal should show a topology of your OSPF routers. You can also implement a path using the portal.
5. PING test:
1. Copy web portal code to /var/www folder: (see also https://gitlab.flux.utah.edu/binh/ovs-srv6)
+ Replace SDN controller name: cd ~/ovs-srv6/sdn_controller/www/; ./replace_sdn_controller_name.sh <node1 name>
+ Copy the folder ~/ovs-srv6/sdn_controller/www to /var/: sudo cp -r ~/ovs-srv6/sdn_controller/www /var/
2. Access the web portal using this url:
http://<node1 name>/web-portal/
3. The web portal should show a topology of your OSPF routers. You can also implement a path using the portal.
4. PING test:
+ From node 0, ping node 6:
ping6 <node6's net2 IP address>
By default, there is a shortest path between node 0 and 6, implemented by OSPF. So the PING packets should go through this path.
......
Markdown is supported
0% or
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment