Changes between Version 66 and Version 67 of WikiStart


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    88== Getting Started ==
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    10   * [wiki:CoreQuickstart DeterLab Core Quickstart] - a high level overview of DeterLab Core
    11   * [wiki:CoreGuide DeterLab Core Guide] - includes a basic tutorial as well as some advanced topics
    12   * [wiki:Topologies Sample Topologies] - Some sample topologies to help you learn NS syntax
    13   * [wiki:UsingNodes Using Your Nodes] - Information about accessing and using your experimental nodes
    14   * [wiki:LegoTG Generating Traffic] - Using the LegoTG framework to generate traffic for your experiment
    15   * [wiki:Sharing Using Shared Materials] - Sharing files and other elements of your experiment within DeterLab
    16   * [wiki:CoreReference Core Reference] - Information about system commands, nodes, image IDs, OSIDs and more
    17   * [wiki:DETERSSH Accessing testbed nodes using SSH]
    18   * [wiki:SerialConsole Using the Serial Console on testbed nodes]
    19   * [wiki:Glossary Glossary] - List of terms used throughout DeterLab
     10The following documentation is found at https://docs.deterlab.net/ :
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     12  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/core-quickstart/ DeterLab Core Quickstart] - a high level overview of DeterLab Core
     13  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/core-guide/ DeterLab Core Guide] - includes a basic tutorial as well as some advanced topics
     14  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/sample-topologies/ Sample Topologies] - Some sample topologies to help you learn NS syntax
     15  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/using-nodes/ Using Your Nodes] - Information about accessing and using your experimental nodes
     16  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/generating-traffic/ Generating Traffic] - Using the LegoTG framework to generate traffic for your experiment
     17  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/sharing/ Using Shared Materials] - Sharing files and other elements of your experiment within DeterLab
     18  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/deterlab-commands/ Core Reference] - Information about system commands, nodes, image IDs, OSIDs and more
     19  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/DETERSSH/ Accessing testbed nodes using SSH]
     20  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/serial-console/ Using the Serial Console on testbed nodes]
     21  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/glossary/ Glossary] - List of terms used throughout DeterLab
    2022
    2123== Technical Support ==
    2224
    2325 * Read through [wiki:FrequentlyAskedQuestions Frequently Asked Questions about DeterLab]
    24  * [/search Search] existing support tickets and documentation.
     26 * [/search Search] existing support tickets.
    2527 * If you still need assistance, read [wiki:GettingHelp Getting Help] to use our support ticketing system.
    2628
     
    2931== Capabilities for Experimentation ==
    3032
    31   * [wiki:OrchestratorQuickstart Orchestration (MAGI)] - Communications and control system for repeatable experimentation.
    32   * [wiki:ContainersQuickstart Virtualization (Containers)] - For creating large-scale  DETER topologies that support differing degrees of fidelity in individual elements. Helpful for experiments requiring 400+ computers.
     33  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/orchestrator/orchestrator-quickstart/ Orchestration (MAGI)] - Communications and control system for repeatable experimentation.
     34  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/containers/containers-quickstart/ Virtualization (Containers)] - For creating large-scale  DETER topologies that support differing degrees of fidelity in individual elements. Helpful for experiments requiring 400+ computers.
    3335  * [http://fedd.deterlab.net/trac Federation] - Federation architecture for creating experiments that span multiple testbeds through dynamically acquiring resources from other testbeds.
    3436  * [http://abac.deterlab.net/ Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC)] - Scalable authorization system used with the federation capability.
     
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    3941* Commands
    40   * [wiki:DeterLabCommands DeterLab Shell Commands]
    41   * [wiki:nscommands NS Command Extensions]
    42 * Architecture and Network (TBD)
     42  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/deterlab-commands/ DeterLab Shell Commands]
     43  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/ns-commands/ NS Command Extensions]
    4344* Nodes
    44   * [wiki:Swapping Node Use (Swapping) Policies]
    45   * [wiki:DETERSSH Accessing testbed nodes using SSH]
    46   * [wiki:NodeTypes Available Node Types]
    47   * [wiki:NetFPGA/nodes Available NetFPGA Nodes]
    48   * [wiki:SerialConsole Using the Serial Console on testbed nodes]
     45  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/swapping/ Node Use (Swapping) Policies]
     46  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/DETERSSH/ Accessing testbed nodes using SSH]
     47  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/node-types/ Available Node Types]
     48  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/node-types/#netfpga2 Available NetFPGA Nodes]
     49  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/serial-console/ Using the Serial Console on testbed nodes]
    4950* OS and Image IDs
    50   * [wiki:OSImages Operating Systems supported by DETER and details about using them]
    51   * [wiki:CustomOS Custom OSIDs and Image IDs]
    52 * [wiki:LegacyTools Legacy Tools]
     51  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/os-images/ Operating Systems supported by DETER and details about using them]
     52  * [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/custom-images/ Custom OSIDs and Image IDs]
     53* [https://docs.deterlab.net/core/legacy-tools/ Legacy Tools]
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