IoT-LAB tutorials aim at covering typical hands-on activities, starting with initial first steps, through to advanced tools usage and complete custom application deployment use-cases.
Learning about FIT IoT-Lab
Get an architecture overview of the IoT-LAB platform.
Configure your SSH acces to interact with nodes from the SSH frontend of testbed sites.
Understand IPv6 subnetting on FIT IoT-LAB
Submit an experiment with WSN430 nodes using the web portal.
Submit an experiment with M3 nodes using the web portal.
Submit an experiment with A8 nodes using the web portal.
Get and compile the tutorial code to produce the WSN430 firmware.
Get and compile the tutorial code to produce the M3 firmware.
Do a circuit loop with a moblie M3 node using the CLI tools.
Monitor consumption during experiment for a WSN430 node.
Monitor consumption during experiment for a M3 node.
Monitor radio activity during experiment for a M3 node.
Capture and analyze radio communication during an experiment.
Rime communication stack example.
Compile sensors collecting firmware example.
Private IPv6/6LoWPAN/RPL network with M3 nodes
Public IPv6/6LoWPAN/RPL network
How to setup your environment and how to compile and use RIOT with M3 nodes.
Use the gnrc_networking example provided in the RIOT repository.
Run an experiment on M3 nodes with the RPL routing protocol provided by RIOT OS.
Compile serial port communication firmware example
Test serial port and radio communication and print EUI64 identifier
Run an experiment on A8-M3 nodes with 6TiSCH.
How to use CLI tools directly on your computer.
How to use the Experiment CLI Tool utility on the SSH frontend to submit an experiment, start an experiment, and so much.
How to use the Node CLI Tool utility on the SSH frontend to flash firmware, start and stop nodes.
How to manage your profiles.
How to use the Robot CLI Tool utility on the SSH frontend to get robots status and manage robots trajectories.
How to aggregate all nodes serial link simultaneously.
How to debug the firmware running on your M3 nodes with a gdb console during an experiment.
Visit the wiki page on GitHub