Commit 53069d7f authored by Leigh B. Stoller's avatar Leigh B. Stoller

Fix email message output to reflect current reality.

parent dc9be36c
......@@ -222,24 +222,37 @@ For the NS file described above, you would receive a listing that looks
similar to this:
<code><pre>
Node Mapping:
Virtual Physical Qualified Name
--------------- --------------- --------------------
nodeA pc12 nodeA.myproj.myexp.emulab.net
nodeB pc14 nodeB.myproj.myexp.emulab.net
nodeC pc16 nodeC.myproj.myexp.emulab.net
nodeD pc18 nodeD.myproj.myexp.emulab.net
delay0 pc7 delay0.myproj.myexp.emulab.net
IP Addresses:
Node IFC Destination IP
--------------- -------------------- --------------------
nodeB eth0 nodeC 192.168.42.42
nodeB eth2 nodeA 192.168.2.2
nodeA eth0 nodeB 192.168.2.3
nodeC eth0 nodeB 192.168.42.2
nodeD eth0 nodeB 192.168.3.2
nodeB eth1 nodeD 192.168.3.3 </code></pre>
Node Info:
ID Type OSID
--------------- ---------- ---------------
NodeA pc FBSD-STD
NodeB pc
NodeC pc RHL-STD
NodeD pc
Node Mapping:
Virtual Physical Qualified Name
--------------- --------------- --------------------
NodeA pc18 NodeA.myexp.myproj.emulab.net
NodeB pc29 NodeB.myexp.myproj.emulab.net
NodeC pc28 NodeC.myexp.myproj.emulab.net
NodeD pc35 NodeD.myexp.myproj.emulab.net
tbsdelay0 pc15 tbsdelay0.myexp.myproj.emulab.net
Lan/Link Info:
ID Member IP Delay BW (Kbs) Loss Rate
--------------- --------------- --------------- --------- --------- ---------
l6 NodeB:eth0 192.168.42.42 0.00 100000 0.000
l5 NodeB:eth2 192.168.1.3 25.00 100000 0.000
l5 NodeA:eth0 192.168.1.2 25.00 100000 0.000
l6 NodeC:eth0 192.168.42.2 0.00 100000 0.000
l7 NodeB:eth1 192.168.2.2 0.00 100000 0.000
l7 NodeD:eth0 192.168.2.3 0.00 100000 0.000
Delay Node Info:
LinkID Virtual Physical Pipe Numbers
--------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------
l5 tbsdelay0 pc15 100,110 </code></pre>
<p>
A few points should be noted:
......@@ -247,9 +260,12 @@ A few points should be noted:
<li> A single delay node was allocated and inserted into the link
between NodeA and NodeB. This link is invisible from your
perspective, except for the fact that it adds latency, error,
or reduced bandwidth.
or reduced bandwidth. However, the information for the delay links
are included so that you can
<a href="../faq.php3?#HDS-6">modify the delay parameters</a>
after the experiment has been created.
<p>
<li> Delays of less than 3ms (per trip) are too small to be
<li> Delays of less than 2ms (per trip) are too small to be
accurately modeled at this time, and will be silently ignored.
Please see the
<a href="docwrapper.php3?docname=nscommands.html#LOSS">
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