wiki:Documentation

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Table of Contents

  1. Documentation
  2. About ORBIT
      1. Who Are We
      1. ORBIT Consortium
      1. Original Experimental Work Packages
      1. Status
      1. Contact Us
  3. Usage Policy
    1. LIABILITY DISCLAIMER
  4. How to get started
    1. Six Steps
    2. Where to go from here
      1. Creating a Reservation
      1. Load an Image
      1. Login into reserved domain
      1. Prerequisites
      1. How to save a disk image from one node of a Testbed
      2. Learning More
      1. Status Page
      1. Turn the Nodes ON
    1. Steps for Building a Baseline Image
    1. Experimental Images
      1. Universal Hardware Driver - From ettus research
    1. User Contributed Images
  5. Access and Account Management
    1. Configuring SSH Keys
      1. Generating SSH Keys
      2. Uploading the public key to ORBIT
    1. Scheduling and Reservation
      1. Reservations
      2. Modify reservation
      3. Conflicts
      4. Reservation Approval Policies
      5. Conflict Resolution
    1. Status
    1. Changing Password
    1. Changing Profile Information
    1. Remote Graphical Access
      1. Remote X11 Access For Linux
      2. Remote X11 Access For Windows
      3. Remote X11 Access For MAC
  6. Images
    1. Baseline Node images
    2. Legacy Baseline Images
    3. Legacy GNU Radio Images
    4. Legacy Routing Images
    5. Legacy Tiny OS
  7. Other Apps
    1. Commonly user traffic generators
    2. Starting Points
    3. For Experimenters
      1. baseline-1.0.12
      1. baseline-2.0.ndz
      1. baseline-2.1.ndz
      1. baseline-2.2.ndz
      1. baseline-2.3.ndz
      1. baseline-2.4.ndz
      1. baseline-7.11.ndz
      1. baseline-8.2.ndz
      1. baseline-8.3.ndz
      1. wireless-2.6.ndz
      1. wireless-dev-src.ndz
      1. wireless-dev.ndz
    1. WiSHFUL Image
    1. Distribution and Driver Developers
  8. Software Defined Radio
    1. USRP
      1. USRP (1)
      2. USPR2
    2. GNU Radio HowTo
    3. ORBIT GNU Radio Tutorials
    1. Installation of GNU radio software on a orbit node with the baseline.ndz …
      1. Binary Packages
      2. Building from sources
    1. Installing GNU Radio ver. ≥ 3.2 on the (Ubuntu) image
      1. Install prerequisite packages
    1. Installation procedure for UHD 003.005.002 and GNU Radio v3.6.4.1 on …
      1. Source installation
      2. Binary installation from Ettus repository …
    1. USRP2 - Front end calibration data
      1. Description
      2. Data & Plots for receiver
      3. Data & Plots for transmitter
    1. Iris
      1. Prerequisites
      2. Installing core components
      3. Installing modules
  9. Software Defined Networking
    1. Experimentation in ORBIT
      1. OpenFlow Operation Modes for P-3290
      2. A. Openflow in L2/L3 Mode
      3. B. OpenFlow in OVS Mode
      4. C. OpenFlow through Network Boot (of custom image)
      5. Switching Modes using Web Service
      6. Access to Switch CLI
      7. Loading and Saving Switch Configurations
      8. External References:
    1. OpenVSwitch
      1. Contents
      2. I Installation
      3. 1.1 Method 1: from source
      4. 1.2 Method 2: from binaries
      5. II Running OVS.
      6. 2.1 Initialization
      7. 2.2 Configuring OVS
      8. 2.3 OVS with KVM
      9. 2.4 OVS with OpenFlow
      10. III References
    1. Mininet
      1. II More complex examples
    1. Open Daylight Controller
      1. Installation
      2. Older Notes - 5/13/2015
    1. NetFPGA Experimentation
      1. Software Details
  10. LTE/WiMAX
    1. LTE Infrastructure
      1. OpenAirInterface
      2. Amarisoft
      3. Airspan
      1. LTE SIM Configuration
    1. WiMAX Infrastructure
      1. NEC
      2. Airspan
  11. Android Development Documentation
    1. Android Development On ORBIT - Device setup
    1. OMF on Android
    1. Android Development On ORBIT - Node setup
    1. Benchmark numbers (throughput) from the testbed
      1. Test setup
      2. Wired experiments
      3. Wireless Experiments
      4. Wireless Experiment II
      5. Scripts for the experiment
  12. Using the Oribt Package Repository
    1. Adding the repository to your Apt Sources
      1. List of Packages
      1. Orbit-PXE-1 Specifications
      1. Orbit-PXE-2 Specifications
  13. References/Publications
    1. What is ORBIT?
    2. How was it designed? What does an experiment involve?
    3. How are the experimental measurements done and collected?
    4. Are these measurements repeatable?
    5. How do you map a topology onto specific node assignments?
    6. Discussion on ORBIT testbed virtualization efforts?
  14. Experimental Evaluations using the ORBIT Testbed
    1. 2006
    2. 2005

Documentation

Starting Points for Experimenters

Getting started on ORBIT requires requesting and getting a user account as well as setting up SSH keys? to access to the testbed. To actually use a resource a reservation? must be made on the scheduler. Supplied on this wiki there are a number of FAQs and commonly encountered problems? as well as tutorials that will help new users.

There is also a great deal of documentation relating to the hardware which supports the testbed and is supported by it as well as the software which use used to facilitate the running of experiments, such as the aggregate manger and the experement controller (OMF).

Open Flow

In addition to the documentation for general ORBIT usage, there is also a section devoted to the Open Flow? networking.

Publications

Quick Links

Software
hardware
Scheduler?
OpenFlow?
FAQs
problems?