Commit dc881a55 authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci

Have people use the 'generic' stack by default. OKed by Keith Sklower

@ Berkeley.
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......@@ -261,9 +261,13 @@ should create a stack even if there is only one switch in it. The control
stack should be named 'Control', and the experimental stack 'Experiment' (make
sure to get the capitalization right). The 'leader' field should be set to the
node_id of the master switch in the stack. The stack_type column is used by
snmpit to determine which module to use to talk to the stack. The currently
supported values are 'cisco' and 'intel'. Making a control network stack is
optional. There are a few columns in this table that you will need to set:
snmpit to determine which module to use to talk to the stack. Most sites
should set the stack type to 'generic', which handles all switch types
currently supported by Emulab. If you have all Cisco switches, and are having
problems with the 'generic' stack type, you can try setting the type to
'cisco'. Making a stack for the control network is optional, but will enable
control-net firewalls. There are a few columns in this table that you will need
to set:
supports_private: (Cisco only) This switch can make private VLANs - probably
best to leave it as 0
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