In order to connect many places together we have established some procedures and steps to be followed:

Step 1. : Partnership
Step 2. : Network Evaluation
Step 3. : Network improvement and amelioration
Step 4. : Acquiring and installing required hardware and software
Step 5. : Test the setup
Step 6. : Test the application
Step 7. : Interactive presentation on how to use the application


Step 1.


Partnership: Establishing contact with partners and developing partnership relation.


Step 2.


Network Evaluation: Making some initial network tests using already available participants hardware. The following is to make sure you have the proper connectivity to use Scenic with HelloWorld partners. Here you will have to put a PC on the research network and make it available. Then we will remotely connect to this computer and runs various test so we can evaluate the quality and performance of the network between both point






ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ wget http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/universe/i/iperf/iperf_2.0.4-4_i386.deb
ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo dpkg -i iperf_2.0.4-4_i386.deb

ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ iperf -s -u


Step 3.


Network improvement and amelioration.

Once every test are performed we will probably have to improve some part of the network based on the network results. For this, we will provide you with an online report with available options on what next to be done.

Step 4.


Acquiring and installing required hardware and software

When your network have been declared fully functional for our application, it is the time to acquired required hardware and sofware.

For this we offer you various possibility:


Step 5.


Test the setup When everything is install, it is time to test everything, for this, follow our User Manual


Step 6.


Test the application For this you are invite to familiarize yourself with our Command line Instruction or our Graphic User Interface Instruction.


Step 7.


Interactive presentation on how to use the application

Here we will use the established network to perform a real time broadcast live interactive video conference crash course on demand on how to use the application
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