Commit e25ec7ad authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci
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Changed tbpcXX > pcX . Note: this document is terribly out of date. Is

it used at all anymore, or has it been superceded by something in the
www/ directory?
parent fb805ce3
...@@ -71,8 +71,8 @@ When it finishes, you'll get something like this: ...@@ -71,8 +71,8 @@ When it finishes, you'll get something like this:
The File button is used to add a set of VLANs specified in a setup The File button is used to add a set of VLANs specified in a setup
file. See <a href="#file">here</a> for details on making this file. It file. See <a href="#file">here</a> for details on making this file. It
is really quite simple. First, type in the file name. Here we use is really quite simple. First, type in the file name. Here we use
<code>t1-10.i0</code>, a file that takes machines tbpc01 through <code>t1-10.i0</code>, a file that takes machines pc1 through
tbpc10, and adds their first interface, i0, to a VLAN. In this way, pc10, and adds their first interface, i0, to a VLAN. In this way,
all the machines can talk to each other on thier first interface. all the machines can talk to each other on thier first interface.
<p align=center> <p align=center>
<img src="pictures/vsnmpitvlanf1.jpg"/> <img src="pictures/vsnmpitvlanf1.jpg"/>
...@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ Delta/155.99.214.173 </pre> ...@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ Delta/155.99.214.173 </pre>
[-f&lt;filename>] [-r&lt;vlan #> &lt;vlan #> ... ]</pre> [-f&lt;filename>] [-r&lt;vlan #> &lt;vlan #> ... ]</pre>
<code>snmpit</code> also understands machine names and interfaces in <code>snmpit</code> also understands machine names and interfaces in
the format &lt;name>:&lt;interface>, such as tbpc01:0 or tbpc03:3, in the format &lt;name>:&lt;interface>, such as pc1:0 or pc3:3, in
place of MAC addresses. Output of known MAC addresses will also be place of MAC addresses. Output of known MAC addresses will also be
converted to this format. Therefore, anywhere that a MAC address is converted to this format. Therefore, anywhere that a MAC address is
used, you may also supply a name/interface pair. used, you may also supply a name/interface pair.
...@@ -221,22 +221,22 @@ link2 1073c38b28fd 283bc8a82f8c ...@@ -221,22 +221,22 @@ link2 1073c38b28fd 283bc8a82f8c
&lt;name1> &lt;MAC 1> &lt;MAC 2> &lt;name1> &lt;MAC 1> &lt;MAC 2>
&lt;name2> &lt;MAC 3> &lt;MAC 4> &lt;name2> &lt;MAC 3> &lt;MAC 4>
... ...
a_b tbpc01:0 tbpc02:0 a_b pc1:0 pc2:0
a_c tbpc01:1 tbpc03:0 a_c pc1:1 pc3:0
a_d tbpc01:2 tbpc04:0 a_d pc1:2 pc4:0
a_e tbpc01:3 tbpc05:0 a_e pc1:3 pc5:0
b_c tbpc02:1 tbpc03:1 b_c pc2:1 pc3:1
b_d tbpc02:2 tbpc04:1 b_d pc2:2 pc4:1
b_e tbpc02:3 tbpc05:1 b_e pc2:3 pc5:1
c_d tbpc03:2 tbpc04:2 c_d pc3:2 pc4:2
c_e tbpc03:3 tbpc05:2 c_e pc3:3 pc5:2
d_e tbpc04:3 tbpc05:3 d_e pc4:3 pc5:3
END vlan</pre> END vlan</pre>
After starting the VLAN sectiom of the file each After starting the VLAN sectiom of the file each
line should contain a VLAN name and a list of MAC addresses to be put in a line should contain a VLAN name and a list of MAC addresses to be put in a
VLAN together. There should be at least two, but the actual number is VLAN together. There should be at least two, but the actual number is
unlimited. When finished, the VLAN section is closed. As unlimited. When finished, the VLAN section is closed. As
mentioned above, the syntax "tbpcM:I" can be used where M is the mentioned above, the syntax "pcM:I" can be used where M is the
machine number, and I is the interface, from 0 to 3. The demonstration above machine number, and I is the interface, from 0 to 3. The demonstration above
shows a fully connected graph with 5 nodes. shows a fully connected graph with 5 nodes.
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