Our main switch (connected to the IMSS 1Gbit uplink) is a Juiper EX2200. This switch is brand-new as of April 2010 and screams. The core servers, shellservers, mortals, and lenin are connected to this switch. It provides a DHCP safe haven for demeter (and our servers through RADIUS on charon) while allowing Winnett DHCP for other machines. We have a Cisco 2970 connected via two LACP links to the Juniper switch for additional gigabit ports (currently filled with hosted machines). We will be setting up a Cisco 2950 with a similar gigabit trunk lines for the hosted racks once we move them to where we want them.
- Juniper EX2200
- Name: mercury
- IP: 192.168.2.5, accessible from charon only
Static IPs in UGCS
We don't actually have a netblock, we just have 64 ip's. So you configure your machine like any other in the Winnett netblock, with netmask 255.255.255.0 and gateway 22.214.171.124. A sample Debian interfaces file:
iface eth0 inet static address 131.215.176.xxx netmask 255.255.255.0 gateway 126.96.36.199
Each machine does its own firewall through iptables. Cfengine installs a series of scripts in /etc/networking/if.[up,down].d that loads/saves the iptables configuration, so you can make changes knowing they will be preserved across a reboot.
- 64: none
- 65-75: Coreserver
- 65 hermes
- 66 demeter
- 67 apollo
- 68 athena
- 69 persephone
- 70 hera
- 71 poseidon
- 72 zeus
- 73 hestia
- 74 hephaestus
- 75 dionysus
- 76 nfs
- 77 ( currently unused )
- 78 fo ( testing IP for failover stuff )
- 79 ( currently unused )
- 80 doldnut (owned by devteam/Jon Dama, this will be moved)
- 81 afs-c ( AFS database server, currently hermes)
- 82 afsmail ( AFS file server that houses mail partitions, currently hermes)
- 86-105: Hosted servers (future hosted machines should go in the Winnett netblock; email firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 86 averyfs (owned by Avery IMSS)
- 87 bsi-la (owned by Bo Adler)
- 88 lenin (owned by Dabney comptrollers)
- 89 donut (owned by Devteam)
- 90 metatron (owned by Matt Maurer)
- 91 white (owned by Mike White)
- 92 philemon (owned by Jon Dama)
- 93 daisy (owned by Elizabeth Fong)
- 94 ballroom (Ballroom dance club)
- 95 hiro (owned by Silas Bennet)
- 98 azkaban (owned by Eugeniu Plamadeala, username eugeniu)
- 99 goose (owned by Suresh Sitaula, username suresh)
- 100 kukulza (owned by Patrick Xia, username patrick)
- 101 eternity (owned by Alex Roper, username alexr)
- 102 vitamin-s (owned by David DiCato)
- 103 (name not known yet) (owned by Pat Cahalan)
- 104 heartofgold (owned by Alex Rasmussen, username adr)
- 105-124: Shellserver
- 105 lara.ugcs.caltech.edu.
- 106 styx.ugcs.caltech.edu.
- 107 minthe.ugcs.caltech.edu. (i5 machine)
- 108 lethe.ugcs.caltech.edu.
- 109 calliope.ugcs.caltech.edu.
- 110 clio.ugcs.caltech.edu.
- 111 achilles.ugcs.caltech.edu (mortal)
- 112 helen.ugcs.caltech.edu (mortal)
- 113 melpomene.ugcs.caltech.edu.
- 114 polyhymnia.ugcs.caltech.edu.
- 115 terpsichore.ugcs.caltech.edu. (i5 machine)
- 116 thalia.ugcs.caltech.edu.
- 117 urania.ugcs.caltech.edu.
- 118 jason.ugcs.caltech.edu (mortal)
- 119 midas.ugcs.caltech.edu (mortal)
- 120 medusa.ugcs.caltech.edu (mortal)
- 121 dictys.ugcs.caltech.edu (mortal)
- 125: printer
- 126: charon
UGCS hosted machines in Winnett netblock
- 60: beryllium (owned by Chris Kennelly, username ckennelly)
- 61: titanic (owned by Blacker IMSS)
- 3: durandal (owned by Chris Whelan, username whelan)
- Caltech may be rolling out IPv6 later in 2010. We've mentioned to them that we'd be interested in trying it.