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<center>
<h1>
    Hardware Overview CMUlab
</h1>
</center>

CMUlab manages three different testbeds.  This page is under construction.

<h3>Cluster Nodes</h3>
<ul>
<a name="tbpcs"></a>

<a name="tbpc850"></a>
<li>8 <a href=shownodetype.php3?node_type=pc850>pc850</a>
             PC nodes (<b>pc001-pc008</b>), consisting of:
<ul>
<li> 850MHz Intel Pentium III processors.
<li> Based on the
<a
href="http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/isp1100/">
Intel ISP1100 </a> 1U server platform (old reliable BX chipset).
<li> 512MB PC133 ECC SDRAM.
<li> 5
<a
href="http://support.intel.com/support/network/adapter/pro100/index.htm">
Intel EtherExpress Pro</a> 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports:
<ul>
	<li>2 builtin on the motherboard
		(<code>eth2/eth3</code> in Linux, <code>fxp0/fxp1</code> in FreeBSD)</i>
	<li>2 on an
	    <a href = "http://www.intel.com/network/connectivity/resources/doc_library/tech_specs/pro100dport.htm">
	    Intel EtherExpress Pro 100+ Dual-Port Server Adapter</a>
		(<code>eth0/eth1</code> in Linux, <code>fxp2/fxp3</code> in FreeBSD)
	<li>1 on a single-port Intel EtherExpress Pro/100B Adapter
		(<code>eth4</code> in Linux, <code>fxp4</code> in FreeBSD)
</ul>
<li> 
40GB IBM 60GXP 7200RPM ATA/100 IDE hard drive.
<li> Floppy drive.
</ul>
<p>

</ul>

<h3>Wireless network Emulator - public</h3>
<ul>
<a name="tbpc2000"></a>
<li>10 <a href=shownodetype.php3?node_type=pc2000>pc2000</a>
	Dell D610 laptops (<b>pcemu001-pcemu010</b>) consisting of:
<ul>
<li> 1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo (?)
<li> 1 GB RAM (?)
<li> 80Gb Hard Drive Size, 5400 RPM Hard Drive Speed (?)
<li> 10/100/1000 Ethernet for control network  (?)
<li> Atheros wireless card (?)
</ul>

<a name="tbpc2000"></a>
<li>FPGA-based signal propagation emulation hardware supporting:
<ul>
<li> 2.4 GHz ISM band
<li> Up to 15 nodes
<li> Full n x n signal level communication and interference
</ul>

<li>1 <a href=shownodetype.php3?node_type=pc2000>pc2000</a>
	emulation control PC (<b>emucontrol-1</b>) consisting of:
<ul>
<li> 1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo (?)
<li> 1 GB RAM (?)
<li> 80Gb Hard Drive Size, 5400 RPM Hard Drive Speed (?)
<li> 10/100/1000 Ethernet for control network  (?)
<li> Atheros wireless card (?)
</ul>
<li> Two emulator nodes are equipped with USRP software radios.  More USRP devices can be added depending on demand.
<li> The channels between nodes emu001, emu002, and emu003 have multi-path capabilities.  They suppor up to three paths.
</ul>

<h3>Wireless network Emulator - private</h3>
<ul>
<a name="tbpc2000"></a>
<li>4 <a href=shownodetype.php3?node_type=pc2000>pc2000</a>
	Dell D620 laptops (<b>emu???-emu???</b>) consisting of:
<ul>
<li> 1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo 
<li> 1 GB RAM
<li> 80Gb Hard Drive Size, 5400 RPM Hard Drive Speed
<li> 10/100/1000 Ethernet for control network 
<li> Atheros wireless card
</ul>
<p>


<a name="tbpc2000"></a>
<li>FPGA-based signal propagation emulation hardware supporting:
<ul>
<li> 2.4 GHz ISM band
<li> Up to 15 nodes
<li> Full n x n signal level communication and interference
</ul>

<li>1 <a href=shownodetype.php3?node_type=pc2000>pc2000</a>
	PowerEdge 1850 (<b>pc009</b>) emulation control PC consisting of:
<ul>
<li> single core 64-bit Xeon processor
<li> 1 GB RAM
<li> 146G Hard Drive Size
</ul>
<p>

</ul>

<h3>Homenet</h3>
<ul>
<a name="tbpcs"></a>

<a name="tbpc850"></a>
<li>x <a href=shownodetype.php3?node_type=pc850>pc850</a>
             PC nodes (<b>pc41-pc168</b>), consisting of:
<ul>
<li> 850MHz Intel Pentium III processors.
<li> Based on the
<a
href="http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/isp1100/">
Intel ISP1100 </a> 1U server platform (old reliable BX chipset).
<li> 512MB PC133 ECC SDRAM.
<li> 5
<a
href="http://support.intel.com/support/network/adapter/pro100/index.htm">
Intel EtherExpress Pro</a> 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports:
<ul>
	<li>2 builtin on the motherboard
		(<code>eth2/eth3</code> in Linux, <code>fxp0/fxp1</code> in FreeBSD)</i>
	<li>2 on an
	    <a href = "http://www.intel.com/network/connectivity/resources/doc_library/tech_specs/pro100dport.htm">
	    Intel EtherExpress Pro 100+ Dual-Port Server Adapter</a>
		(<code>eth0/eth1</code> in Linux, <code>fxp2/fxp3</code> in FreeBSD)
	<li>1 on a single-port Intel EtherExpress Pro/100B Adapter
		(<code>eth4</code> in Linux, <code>fxp4</code> in FreeBSD)
</ul>
<li> 
40GB IBM 60GXP 7200RPM ATA/100 IDE hard drive.
<li> Floppy drive.
</ul>
<p>