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Changes between Version 41 and Version 42 of Old/WiMAX/04/01


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Jan 5, 2011, 4:16:11 PM (10 years ago)
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    3636|| UCLA || 44:51:DB:00:09:XX || 10.3.9.XX ||
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    38 Each campus can have up to 127 basestations (each BS needs two addresses) and/or multiple ASN gateways. The basestations are assigned OIDs and IPs starting from 1 and counting up while ASN gateway machines are assigned IP addresses that are assigned starting from 254 and counting down. For example, first basestation in WINLAB gets IP address on primary controller of 10.3.0.1 and the IP address for the networking card of 10.3.0.2 while the gateway machine gets 10.3.0.254
     38The unique GENI IEEE identifier is 44:51:DB:00. Each campus can have up to 127 basestations (each BS needs two addresses) and/or multiple ASN gateways. The basestations are assigned OIDs and IPs starting from 1 and counting up while ASN gateway machines are assigned IP addresses that are assigned starting from 254 and counting down. For example, first basestation in WINLAB gets IP address on primary controller of 10.3.0.1 and the IP address for the networking card of 10.3.0.2 while the gateway machine gets 10.3.0.254
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    4040Issue:  Should all use BBN OID, since it is the only one offically regsitered?  Also, that all MSs would use same OID?
     
    157157We'll need to adjust the ip's of both interfaces. They're managed via two independent files which exists on two different machines/ip combos.
    158158
    159  1. The "DSP" machine:
     159 1. The "BTS" machine:
    160160  1. Copy the attached [attachment:networkenv.orbit networkenv.orbit] file locally (to your console) and edit it's addresses to reflect
    161161     [wiki:WiMAX/00/Configuration/AddressAssignments your organisations Address Structure]. If this is the first BTS in your organization
     
    172172     export NAMESERVER_0=8.8.8.8
    173173     }}}
    174   1. Copy the file to /flash/networkenv on the DSP machine (via SCP). The default IP of the DSP machine is 192.168.1.10.
     174  1. Copy the file to /flash/networkenv on the BTS machine (via SCP). The default IP of the BTS machine is 192.168.1.10.
    175175     {{{
    176176     scp networkenv.orbit root@192.168.1.10:/flash/networkenv
     
    193193=== 5.4.2  Step 2  Configure the BTS software ===
    194194
    195   1. ssh to the new IP of the DSP machine.
     195  1. ssh to the new IP of the BTS machine.
    196196
    197197      {{{
     
    224224      }}}
    225225   1. You will find your bsid (OID) on [wiki:WiMAX/00/Configuration/AddressAssignments this page]. Note remove the colons, and set the last two digits to
    226       reflect the IP of the DSP machine (e.g. the first one should be 01).
     226      reflect the IP of the BTS machine (e.g. the first one should be 01).
    227227      {{{
    228228      wiset bsid 0x4451DB0000XX