Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Documentation/CGettingStarted


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    33= How to get started =
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    5 First, you need an account. In order to get an account please [http://www.orbit-lab.org/register register here].
     5First, you need an account. Please check the UsagePolicy if you are eligible. In order to get an account please [http://www.orbit-lab.org/register register here].
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    77A typical experiment requires the following three steps:
     
    2121== Running the Experiment ==
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    23 During your approved time slot, you will be able to log into the console of the respective grid. A console is a dedicated machine that allows access to all resources on that grid. 
     23During your approved time slot, you will be able to log into the console of the respective grid. A console is a dedicated machine that allows access to all resources on that grid.
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    2525Currently, this requires a two step process. You first need to log into '''gateway.orbit-lab.org''' with your Orbit credentials using [http://www.openssh.com/ SSH]. From there you then can log into the console corresponding to the following table:
     
    3131||Sandbox 6|| console.sb6.orbit-lab.org ||
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    33 When you are logged in, you can start an experiment using the [wiki:NodeHandler nodehandler]. First time users are '''highly''' encouraged to reserve time on a sandbox, and start with the built-in ''Hello World'' experiment. This experiment will send UDP datagrams of 1024 bytes from node 1-1 to node 1-2 at 300 kbps CBR traffic. Both, sender and receiver, report measurements to a database, using our [wiki:OML OML] measurement framework. 
     33When you are logged in, you can start an experiment using the [wiki:NodeHandler nodehandler]. First time users are '''highly''' encouraged to reserve time on a sandbox, and start with the built-in ''Hello World'' experiment. This experiment will send UDP datagrams of 1024 bytes from node 1-1 to node 1-2 at 300 kbps CBR traffic. Both, sender and receiver, report measurements to a database, using our [wiki:OML OML] measurement framework.
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    3535The experiment can be started with: