Source on draw.io here.
Spreadsheet with IPs and hostnames for the DSMs and ubiquitis is here.
/etc/hosts tables and the ansible
hosts are generated from the
hosts.xml files in the project config directory,
Network naming key:
|Name Pattern||Device category|
|<site>b||DSMs at the bottom of the tower, all Titans except for one Viper.|
DSMs at the top of the tower, all Raspberry Pi.
|u<site>||Ubiquiti radios serving as clients, aka station adaptors (SA).|
|tv||Three Ubiquiti radios on the TV tower serving as access points (AP).|
|<site>||DSMs at sites with only a single DSM. Probably Pi.|
|base,iss,...||Ubiquiti SA radios for ISFS base trailer, ISS, and other guest platforms.|
The ssh config below should work to connect to ustar during staging at EOL, and possibly during operations depending on what ports we can forward on the public-facing router.
Host ustar User daq Hostname ustar-isfs.dyndns.org Port 23 HostKeyAlias ustar CheckHostIP no StrictHostKeyChecking yes LocalForward 15380 localhost:80
The ssh tunnel is also up and working, so this configuration should work both in staging and during operations.
Host ustar-tunnel User daq Hostname eol-rt-data.eol.ucar.edu Port 31022 HostKeyAlias ustar CheckHostIP no StrictHostKeyChecking yes LocalForward 15380 localhost:80
ustar it is possible to
ssh to any of the DSMs by name.
LocalForward allows the local browser to connect to Nagios on ustar using this URL: http://localhost:15380/nagios/. Use