A different presentation of the fall material. Other talks are planned for this semester.
These two talks demonstrated the capabilities of the new NPR routers that are based on network processor technology. There were no slides for Talk 1 which discussed basics.
"Operational Experience with a Virtual Networking Laboratory" discusses our operational experience with ONL.
The talk presents some of the operational experience but extends the paper in several important ways:
The talk includes a video (9 MB) clip of an ONL experiment that is part of the extreme concept quiz section of the talk.
- Discusses the undergraduate experience gleaned from graded assignments and interviews.
- Talks about a concept inventory in networking.
- Introduces the idea of the extreme concept quiz and its potential impact on undergraduate learning.
These three talks were a demonstration of ONL capabilities from the basics to how to write router plugins. These slides served primarily as backup material to a demo.
"Teaching Experience With a Virtual Network Laboratory" discusses our teaching experience with ONL.
These two talks were a demonstration of ONL capabilities from the basics to how to use router plugins. These slides served primarily as backup material.
"The Open Network Laboratory" emphasized the educational aspects of the ONL.
The first set of slides are the final versions of the slides presented to the graduate networking class. The second set ("old slides") was the original set of slides.
This tutorial was a full-day tutorial and is an updated version of the one presented to Sigmetrics in June.
This tutorial gives an overview of the ONL from a users perspective and includes material on plugins. There was a live demonstration (client running in Banff, Alberta, Canada connected to our St. Louis testbed) but no hands-on use by students.
The demonstration was run on March 16, 2005 at the Miami Hyatt Regency Hotel. The demonstration involved two laptops connected to the ONL testbed running two experiments: a traffic congestion experiment, and a SYN flood attack experiment.
These slides describe the ONL architecture and the Remote Laboratory Interface and give examples for configuring filtersbandwidth, queues and bandwidth.
These slides describe the plugin environment.
These slides contain student exercises that accompany the Router Plugins slides.