[AG-TECH] How setup a Beacon server?
Jesus Cea Oliva
jesus.cea at uca.es
Mon Jun 28 12:10:55 CDT 2010
Thanks Christoph, I'll take a look later, in my home, to all the info and make tests ;).
Thanks again. Regards!
El dia 28 jun 2010 12:47, Christoph Willing <c.willing at uq.edu.au> escribió:
> On 28/06/2010, at 7:53 AM, Jesus Cea Oliva wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I've been asked to install a beacon server for some multicast network testing.
>> We don't want to depend on external servers to do the testing so we're building
>> our own. I've been wandering around looking for some info but I've only found how
>> to install the client--not the server.
>> Would anyone know the installation/configuration steps to get it working?
> In Asia-Pacific region, we're now using dbeacon:
> http://fivebits.net/proj/dbeacon/ [ http://fivebits.net/proj/dbeacon/ ]
> There's a tarball link on that page as well as a link to the git repository.
> Its different from the older multicast beacons in that its distributed in its action, rather than client/server; any client can also display the output matrix via a web server. For an example of output, see the Asia Pacific matrix at:
> http://syd-a-ext1.aarnet.net.au/matrix/ [ http://syd-a-ext1.aarnet.net.au/matrix/ ]
> FAQ at:
> http://wiki.github.com/hugosantos/dbeacon/faq [ http://wiki.github.com/hugosantos/dbeacon/faq ]
> Some additional info at:
> http://www.vislab.uq.edu.au/research/accessgrid/howto/dbeacon.html [ http://www.vislab.uq.edu.au/research/accessgrid/howto/dbeacon.html ]
> Christoph Willing +61 7 3365 8316
> QCIF Access Grid Manager
> University of Queensland
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