Commit 39353c15 authored by Jonathon Duerig's avatar Jonathon Duerig
Browse files

Add documentation on how to setup stitching when installing racks.

parent 3b2da725
To setup a rack for stitching with Ion, you will need the following
RACKNAME -- short name for the rack
BANDWIDTH -- Available bandwidth for stitching. Usually 1Gb
CARD,PORT -- card and port numbers on the procurve2 rack switch
EXTERNAL_IFACE_URN -- URN of the Ion end of the link. The name at the
end is used to construct the EXTERNAL_WIRE_URN below.
EXTERNAL_WIRE_URN -- URN to give for the entire link. It should be:
EXTERNAL_AUTHORITY_URN -- URN of ion itself. Usually this is:
VLAN_RANGE -- This is a comma delimited list of ranges. The ranges are
Ex: 4-5,9-13
Ex: 2000-2019
Then run the following commands on the rack. I use quotes when
specifying URNs because I'm paranoid about shell special characters:
/usr/testbed/sbin/wap /usr/testbed/sbin/addspecialdevice \
-t interconnect -s 100 interconnect-ion
/usr/testbed/sbin/wap /usr/testbed/sbin/addspecialiface \
-b BANDWIDTH -s procurve2,CARD,PORT interconnect-ion eth0
/usr/testbed/sbin/wap /usr/testbed/sbin/addexternalnetwork \
-t interconnect-vm ion interconnect-ion \
After constructing these commands from the information above, make
sure to save them as stitch.txt in the rack directory. This way we can
go back and figure out what happened if there is a problem or if we
need to clear the stitching and rerun them.
Finally, notify Xi so that he can update the SCS.
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