Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of tutorials/full_duplex


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10/21/19 04:13:30 (4 weeks ago)
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    1919==== Updates ====
    2020* [10/07/2019] - Baseline overview of initial COSMOS sandbox status and accessibility
     21* [10/20/2019] - Connection to the FDE PC via COSMOS sb2
    2122
    2223=== Hardware / Software Resources Utilized ===
     
    2930
    3031=== Tutorial ===
    31 ==== Logging into PC ====
    32 The PC has a simple user profile consisting of a few example GNU radio experiments. At this time, experimenters may create files, but they will be public to anyone who logs into the PC. Logging into the PC is done over {{{ssh}}}; at this time we are working on integrating the PC with COSMOS so it may be accessed as any other COSMOS node.
    33 {{{
    34 ssh -X sb2@128.59.87.24
    35 }}}
    36 
    37 Note: if connecting from macOS, the {{{-Y}}} flag may be needed in the {{{ssh}}} connection instead of {{{-X}}}.
     32==== Set Up ====
     33Before you can access the testbed, you need to [https://www.cosmos-lab.org/schedule make a reservation] and get it approved. After receiving the reservation's confirmation (approval) email:
     34
     35 * Login into reserved domain: {{{ssh -X username@conslole.sb2.cosmos-lab.org}}} (the {{{-X}}} option is for enabling the X11 tunneling). Note: if connecting from macOS, the {{{-Y}}} flag may be needed instead of {{{-X}}}.
     36 * Login into the node: {{{ssh -X sb2@10.116.0.201}}}. The password is {{{cosmossandbox2}}}. After login into the node, a {{{FD_Examples}}} folder should exist under the home directory which contains some example experiments. Again, see above for using the {{{-Y}}} flag on macOS.
     37 * Check the conection and serial number of the USRP2s: {{{uhd_find_devices}}}. The serial numbers should be {{{316}}} and {{{321}}}.
    3838
    3939==== Running an example experiment ====