RPKI Workshop Demonstration #3
The RPKI Workshop Demonstration #3: Interface Overview video gives an overview of the RPKI.NET graphical interface. This GUI provides an administrative interface for managing the RPKI.NET system. The charts on this page are intended to be used with this video.
It is assumed the user will be running these commands on a local copy of the
RPKI Workshop virtual machine. Instructions for downloading and setting up
the RPKI Workshop VM may be found in the Workshop Demonstration #2 video,
Installation and Setup.
Most user names are specific to that VM and won't be used in a production
environment. Similarly, the address ranges are purely for the sake of
The tasks are broken down into a number of sub-tasks. Each sub-task is then
divided into a number of steps. The GUI actions for each step are provided
with a "Time Mark" to show where in the video each step takes place.
The video is demonstrating how to use the GUI. Consequently, there will be
some steps that are repetitive and won't necessarily be needed every time the
sub-task or task is performed.
The Time Marks are approximate. Most will be a couple seconds prior to the
actual action taken in each step. This will hopefully provide a little
context for the step prior to it actually being performed.
The commands are all run in a web browser that is connected to the RPKI.NET
- For part of this video, we'll be using the "labuser08" GUI account. There are other pre-defined users in the workshop VM -- "labuser00" through "labuser16".
|Task||Sub-Task||Time Mark||Page in GUI||Thing to Click||Text to Enter|
|Login to RPKI.NET GUI
|Provide login data for labuser08||0:10||Login|
|Tour of Dashboard||Resources section||0:55||labuser08's dashboard|
|RPKI Workshop "Fake" Resource Tree diagram||1:15|
|Unallocated Resources section||1:32|
|Router Certificate Requests section||2:43|
|top-left menu of commands||3:10|
|3:26||"workshop" link in Parent section|
|Logout of RPKI.NET GUI
|3:38||Parent: workshop||"Log Out" link in top stripe|
|Login to RPKI.NET GUI
|Provide login data for root||3:42||Login|
|Using Handles||List of user handles displayed||3:51||Handle List|
|Change to user labuser08||3:55||"labuser08" link|
|Select a new identity to use||4:08||labuser08's dashboard||"select identity" link in top-left menu|
|Switch to workshop user||4:13||Handle List||"workshop" link|
|Resource Discussion||4:18||workshop's dashboard|
|workshop's allocated resources in Children section||4:40|
|"IANA" is workshop's parent||4:52|
|4:55||"select identity" link in top-left menu|
|4:57||Handle List||"IANA" link|
|Resource Discussion||IANA's Resources and Unallocated Resources||4:59||IANA's dashboard|
|workshop environment's network diagram||5:21|
|Quagga Interface||Create terminal window||5:47||terminal window|
|Login to Quagga as r8||5:50||ssh r8@trusty|
|enter login password||5:56||fnord|
|enter Quagga password||6:00||fnord|
|Show BGP Neighbors||6:09||show bgp neighbors|
|show neighbor at 10.0.3.10||6:15|
|show neighbor at 10.0.3.11, with AS 65533||6:23|
|Show BGP Summary||6:33||show ip bgp|
|Explain entries in table's rows:||6:45|
|identity - unique Quagga key||6:49|
|next hop in path||7:06|
|metric and path||7:16|
|valid and invalid entries||8:41|
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