Commit bda73cbb authored by Johnny Molander's avatar Johnny Molander
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* ```dpdkDriver```: Set which driver to use with DPDK.
* ```dev[]```: Array of strings that contain the PCI-address(es) of your NIC(s) to be used in the simulation.
* You can use the following command in the terminal to get more info about the NIC's and their PCI addresses.
```sh
dpdk-devbind.py -s
```
* ```lCorelist```: Should be the same as you chose to isolate in the GRUB parameter *isolcpus* as it tells the DPDK what cores to use in te simulation
* ```firstLCore```: Sets the logical core of the first NIC you would like to handle incoming traffic on. Must be part of lCorelist.
* ```secLCore```: Sets the logical core of the second NIC you would like to handle incoming traffic on. Must be part of lCorelist.
2. The dpdkOneNode accept input parameter
* ```pcap```: Boolean if you want to write pcap files from the node in the simulation to file
* ```routeTable``` Boolean if you want to write routing table of the node to file.
* ```runTime```: Sets how long you would like the simulation to run in seconds.
2. The *dpdkOneNode* accept input parameter:
* ```pcap```: Boolean if you want to write pcap files from the node in the simulation to file
* ```routeTable``` Boolean if you want to write routing table of the node to file.
* ```runTime```: Sets how long you would like the simulation to run in seconds.
3. Example of running dpdkOneNode for 30 seconds, writing both pcap and routing tables to file:
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