Table of Contents

  1. Documentation
  2. About ORBIT
  3. Usage Policy
  4. How to get started
    1. Six Steps
    2. 1. Create a resource reservation
    3. 2. Login into reserved domain
    4. 3. Load an image onto the nodes
    5. 4. Turn the nodes on
    6. 5. Run your experiment
    7. 6. (optionally) Save the node image
    8. Where to go from here
    1. OMF Command Reference
    1. Types of image
    2. Steps for Building a Baseline Image
    1. Experimental Images
    1. User Contributed Images
  5. Access and Account Management
    1. Configuring SSH Keys
    1. Scheduling and Reservation
    1. Status
    1. Changing Password
    1. Changing Profile Information
    1. Remote Graphical Access
  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. WiSHFUL Image
    1. Distribution and Driver Developers
  8. Software Defined Radio
    1. USRP
    2. GNU Radio HowTo
    3. ORBIT GNU Radio Tutorials
    1. Installation of GNU radio software on a orbit node with the …
    1. Installing GNU Radio ver. ≥ 3.2 on the (Ubuntu) image
    1. Installation procedure for UHD 003.005.002 and GNU Radio v3.6.4.1 on …
    1. USRP2 - Front end calibration data
    1. Iris
  9. Software Defined Networking
    1. Experimentation in ORBIT
    1. OpenVSwitch
    1. Mininet
    1. Open Daylight Controller
    1. NetFPGA Experimentation
  10. LTE/WiMAX
    1. LTE Infrastructure
    1. WiMAX Infrastructure
  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
  12. Using the Oribt Package Repository
    1. Adding the repository to your Apt Sources
  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


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 manager and the experiment controller (OMF).

OMF Command Reference


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