Commit c91e605f authored by Jay Lepreau's avatar Jay Lepreau

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<li> <a href="#HDS-3">How many ethernet cards are on each node?</a>
<li> <a href="#HDS-4">How many nodes are currently available (free)?</a>
<li> <a href="#HDS-5">Can I do traffic shaping on my links?</a>
<li> <a href="#HDS-6">Can I modify the traffic shapping
<li> <a href="#HDS-6">Can I modify the traffic shaping
parameters on my links?</a>
<li> <a href="#HDS-7">Are there other traffic shapping parameters
<li> <a href="#HDS-7">Are there other traffic shaping parameters
besides latency, bandwidth, and PLR?</a>
</ul>
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click on the "Node Reservation Status" link at your left to see
how many nodes are currently free. If you ask for more than are
currently available, your experiment will be rejected (you
will receive email noification shortly after you submit your NS
will receive email notification shortly after you submit your NS
file to the web interface).
</p>
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<p>
For multiple routers, the startup script for each router will need to
contain a set of routes for all subnets it is not directly connected
to. This will differ, depending on the toplogy you are using. To make
to. This will differ, depending on the topology you are using. To make
this task easier, you can use the <tt>tb-set-ip</tt> command in your NS
file, so that you know which subnets will be assigned to which nodes.
</p>
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<p>
Yes. Emulab blocks all of the <i>low numbered</i> ports (ports below 1024),
with the exception of ports 20 and 21 (FTP), 22 (Secure Shell), and 80
(HTTP). This is for the protection of experimentors, as well as to ensure
(HTTP). This is for the protection of experimenters, as well as to ensure
that an errant application cannot become the source of a Denial of Service
attack to sites outside of Emulab. If your application requires external
access to other low numbered ports, please contact us to make special
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There are several sites that are on their way to building their own
emulabs using our software. If you might be interested too, let us
know; we will help. We are preparing a Web page describing the
hardware requirments: minimum, recommended, and optimal, but don't wait.
hardware requirements: minimum, recommended, and optimal, but don't wait.
<p>
<ul>
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<p>
We have plans to federate these emulabs. The ideas are to 1) be
flexible enough to accomodate vast heterogeneity of site
flexible enough to accommodate vast heterogeneity of site
hardware/software (eg, power control-p, serial console-p, replace
OS-p, singleuser-p), administrative policies, and goals, and 2) give
the local site primacy in everything. Easier said than done, of
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our production hardware. This will improve testing and speed up
emulab feature release. We already have an automatic regression
testing system, as well as a test harness that steals actual free
nodes from the live database, then works with a clonse of the
nodes from the live database, then works with a clones of the
database. However, without an entirely separate hardware artifact we
can't faithfully test everything.
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<p>
We're about to install an afternoon's simple hack: Web-based
visualization of ns files, using graphviz. This is a realy simple
visualization of ns files, using graphviz. This is a really simple
thing, but should be quite handy for users.
<p>
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