Commit 28206975 authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci
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Brought a few things up to date.

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best to get a sample first and try it out before committing to
a card. Depedning on usage, it may be OK to get a large number
of nodes with 2 interfaces to be edge nodes, and a smaller
number with more interfaces to be routers. <b>Note:</b> Our
software currently does not support nodes that are connected to
multiple experimental-net switches. For the time being, all
NICs on a node must be attached to the same switch.</dd>
number with more interfaces to be routers.</dd>
<dt><b>Case/Chassis</b></dt>
<dd>This will depend on your space requirements. The cheapest
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<dd><dl>
<dt><b>Vendor</b></dt> <dd>Our software currently supports
Cisco Catalyst 6000 series and Intel 510T switches. Other
switches by the same vendors will likely be easy to support.
Cisco switches that support the 'CISCO-STACK-MIB' and
'CISCO-VTP-MIB' MIBs. (You can see a list of which MIBs are
the Cisco Catalyst 6000 and 4000 series and Intel 510T
switches. Other
switches by the same vendors will likely be easy to support -
in particular, we expect that Cisco swithces supporting
the 'CISCO-VTP-MIB', and the 'CISCO-STACK-MIB' or
'CISCO-VLAN-MEMBERSHIP-MIB' are likely to 'just work'.
(You can see a list of which MIBs are
supported by which devices at <a
href="http://www.cisco.com/public/sw-center/netmgmt/cmtk/mibs.shtml">Cisco's
MIB page.)</a> If you will be using multiple Ciscos for the
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