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MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September 25-27 2005 CERN - Geneva Redouane Merrouch Responsable du Réseau Marwan Moroccan.

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1 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Redouane Merrouch Responsable du Réseau Marwan Moroccan NREN MARWAN

2 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva 01/06/ /12/2004 MARWAN 1

3 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva MARWAN 1 - Motivations Infrastructure of Telecommunication dedicated to the Research and educational institutions. Providing : Communication between institutions Access and deliver information in best conditions Access to the international Networks Access to the internet Reasonable costs

4 Rabat Casa Marrakech Fes Tanger Agadir Meknes Mohammedia Tetouan El Jadida Kenitra Internet Oujda Settat Layoune Beni Mellal Er Rachidia Moroccan National Research and Education Network 2Mbps Internet Link - 4 Mbps 100 Km 400 Km

5 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva 01/01/2005 MARWAN 2

6 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Goals Provide to Moroccan Universities a high bandwidth Network Increase exchanges between Moroccan Universities by setting up common projects Develop the IT in Morocco by allowing the Universities to participate in International Networking projects

7 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Network dedicated to Education, Training and Research High bandwidth access : > 2 Mbps Connected to GEANT (European NREN) Low cost connections IPv4 & IPv6 (2006) Multicast service (2006) Characteristics

8 MARWAN 2

9 University 1 PE MPLS PE Internet GEANT University 2 ATM Institution 1 University 3 University 4 2 Mbps 34 Mbps 155 Mbps Rabat Casa Tanger FesMarrakech Agadir Marwan 2 Architecture

10 Current Topology

11 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva EumedConnect - Impact Establish an effective network infrastructure in the Mediterranean Region Connect Med-NRENs to GEANT Improve the NRENs in the Mediterranean countries and encourage the creation in the countries where that doesnt exist Transfer of knowledge toward the south Med countries (Management of NREN,…) Benefit from support actions (team of experts from GN2 – NA4 project) Makes possible the establishment of new regional project (Ex: EumedGrid)

12 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva 34 Mbps Links: Mbps Links: 19 Connections %TotalCount INSTITUTIONS 92%1413 Universities 92%8074 Institutions 8%605 Institutions of Higher Education (Not belonging to universities) --2 Institutes and Research Centres 67%32 Ministries in charge of Education --1 National Libraries 91% Faculties and Researchers (universities) 91% Students (universities)

13 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Capacity Total Bandwidth Access of all Moroccan Universities Before MARWAN 2 * 44 Mbps After MARWAN 2 ** 378 Mbps Increase %859 % (*)Marwan1 Bandwidth + Internet (**)Marwan2 Bandwidth only

14 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva MARWAN (AS30983) is LIR IPv4 Allocation /18 IPv6 Allocation 2001:4310::/32

15 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Evolution January 2006 : Setting up a 34 Mbps Link for Backup and traffic exchange with Maroc Telecom Increasing the bandwidth of the GEANT link to 155 Mbps

16 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Services January 2006 : IPv6 Multicast Setting up a Certification Authority

17 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Applications Moroccan Institute of Scientific and Technical Information (IMIST) Moroccan Virtual University Moroccan Grid Computing Initiative

18 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Costs (Institutions) 2 Mbps34 Mbps Marwan / Month4 000 / Month Internet4 000 / Month / Month

19 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Global Cost MARWANInternet External Links (paid by NREN) /YEAR0 / YEAR Institutions Links (paid by Institutions) /YEAR / YEAR Total / YEAR / YEAR Savings made by the Academic Sector : 2,8 M / YEAR

20 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Conclusion Marwan impact: –Improvement of the Universities Networks and increase of their access capacity –Development of new IT projects –Facilitate the participation of Moroccan Researchers in International Cooperations The principal obstacle of the NREN development in Morocco is the cost of the circuits (20 000/Mb/Year – LL > 200Km)

21 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Remarques Appui du gouvernement, des universités et de la communauté scientifique du pays Budget de fonctionnement / Moyens Humains Identifier les besoins / Approche Application & QOS plus que Bande Passante Concurrence dans le secteur En cas de monopole (statut de lopérateur national et sa relation avec le gouvernement) Situation Réglementaire En fonction des réalités géographiques, des services et de la bande passante souhaités, examiner la possibilité dutiliser ces propres moyens de transmission et de saffranchir des opérateurs tiers La possibilité de recourir a des opérateurs tiers hors opérateurs Telecom Actions daccompagnement pour la mise à niveau des réseaux des Universités et la création de réseaux de campus Possibilités dadhérer à des initiatives régionales

22 MARWANAfrican Research & Education Networking, September CERN - Geneva Thank you for your attention


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