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1 LGfL Schools Conference 2012 Transition to LGfL 2.0 Brian Durrant, CEO LGfL Paul McKinnon Sales & Marketing Director Atomwide Che Smith, Head of Business Transformation Virgin Media Business

2 Transition to LGfL 2.0 Contents & Objectives Eating greens is a special treat, it makes long ears and great big feet but it sure is awful stuff to eat The past can hurt but as I see it you can either run from it or learn from it New lamps for old The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of all Hakuna Matata The most fantastic, magical things can happen and it all starts with a dream

3 Eating greens is a special treat, it makes long ears and great big feet but it sure is awful stuff to eat The network is the platform for the future But we have to eat some greens to get there Wayleave / Route approvals Fibre works across London Planning around the Olympics School access Varied contract end dates Critical path priorities

4 The past can hurt but as I see it you can either run from it or learn from it But the greens we have eaten are paying off… 500 Sites Connected Target 90 a week We need your help An available flow of sites Be prepared Average Daily Install Rate We need to complete 18 sites a day to hit our targets

5 Roughly 85% of schools in London had a connection lower than 10Mbps The new option of granular bandwidth What does this mean….. Minimising the single points of failure in the network -Pushing Security out to the edge -Network Resilience -Using Virgin Media Business sites Securing best value in ICT investment New lamps for old * Source – The worlds longest novel; In search of lost time by Marcel Proust (4211 pages over 7 Volumes)

6 The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of all It is a network that will exceed today's needs and will support future ambition Abbey Wood Acton Bermondsey Bexleyheath Brent Cross BrentfordBrixton Bromley Camden Charlton Chelsea Clapham Clapham Common Cricklewood Croydon Dalston Deptford Dormers Wells Ealing East Dulwich Eltham Enfield Epsom Finchley Forest Hill Global Switch Grove ParkHammersmithHaringey Harlesden Hatch End Hayes Hersham Hither Green Kidbrooke Kingsbury Ladbrooke Grove Leatherhead Lewisham Mortlake New Cross Gate New Malden North Harrow North Wembley OrpingtonOxford Circus Plumstead Poplar Roehampton Seven KingsShepherds Bush South Harrow South Lambeth Southfields Southwark Stanmore Streatham Sudbury Telecity London 1 Telehouse 1&2 Telehouse East Tooting Waltham Forest Walworth West Dulwich1 Westminster A true London Grid of infrastructure

7 Hakuna Matata – no worries The new network can play a part in solving some of the current challenges London schools face -Swelling intake -Bandwidth hungry applications -Teaching remotely -Video conferencing in schools -Making schools shared environments -Secure transfer of information

8 The most fantastic, magical things can happen and it all starts with a vision * (*Artistic licence applied) And to talk about those fantastic, magical things I will hand you back to Brian Eating greens is a special treat, it makes long ears and great big feet but it sure is awful stuff to eat (Bambi) The past can hurt but as I see it you can either run from it or learn from it (The Lion King) New lamps for old (Aladdin) The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of all (Mulan) Hakuna Matata (The Lion King) The most fantastic, magical things can happen and it all starts with a dream/vision (Pinocchio)

9 Services for the London Grid for Learning community provided by: LGfL Schools Conference 2012 Transition to LGfL 2.0 Paul McKinnon Sales and Marketing Director Atomwide

10 Services for the London Grid for Learning community provided by: LGfL 2.0 Transition LGfL 2.0 Support Site Deployment Pages

11 Services for the London Grid for Learning community provided by: LGfL 2.0 Transition LGfL 2.0 Support Cases

12 Services for the London Grid for Learning community provided by: LGfL 2.0 Transition Change your DNS settings Settings will need to be changed on either a server or individual computers This will depend on whether the site uses static, manually assigned or DHCP automatic address allocation

13 Services for the London Grid for Learning community provided by: LGfL 2.0 Transition Change your Proxy settings A proxy server is not required for Internet surfing on the new LGfL 2.0 network The Synetrix proxy settings need to be removed from each computers Internet browser

14 Services for the London Grid for Learning community provided by: LGfL 2.0 Transition Managed IP Addresses (MIPs) If your school/site requires use of one or more MIPs please notify as soon as possible

15 Services for the London Grid for Learning community provided by: LGfL 2.0 Transition LGfL 2.0 Transition Technical Guide Detailed guidance relating to three phases of the transition: - Pre-installation - Installation - Post-installation

16 Services for the London Grid for Learning community provided by: LGfL 2.0 Transition LGfL Support Site User Guide

17 London Grid for Learning schools conference 30th april 2012


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