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1 Internet2 Park, Yong-Jin Hanyang University Division of Electrical Eng. & Computer Eng.

2 Overview USA –vBNS, NGI, Internet2 CANADA –CA*net II Europe –TEN-34 Asia-Pacific –APAN –APAN-KR

3 vBNS (I) very high-speed Backbone Network Service High speed network for US Research and Education Community by 5-year agreement between NSF and MCI Objectives –Supporting scientific applications between Supercomputer Centers and Research institutions –Providing a testnet for new network technologies

4 vBNS (II) Launched in 1995.4, as IP over ATM network with OC-3(155Mbps) Upgraded currently to OC-12(622Mbps) and OC-48(2.4Gbps) by 2000 A part of NGI(Next Generation Internet) Initial interconnect for Internet2



7 vBNS Network Services Full UBR PVC mesh between IP routers Routing –OSPF as IGP(Interior Gateway Protocol) –BGP4 as EGP(Exterior Gateway Protocol) Multicast : PIM Dense-Mode Reserved bandwidth service(RSVP) on VBR PVCs

8 Internet2 Initiated by 34 universities in 1 Oct. 1996 Over 110 universities are Members with Corporate Partners and Affiliate Members a project of UCAID Goals –Recreating a leading edge network capability –Enable a new generation of applications –Transfer of technology from I2 to Internet Community Interconnected through GigaPOPs UCAID : University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development GigaPOP : Gigabit-capacity Point of Presence

9 Internet 2 Architecture I2 Connectivity Cloud GigaPOP1GigaPOP2 Internet2 Campus GigaPOP vBNS Commercial ISPs

10 GigaPOP GigaPOPs are like airports, ISP/NSPs are like airlines

11 Network Services Real-time QoS Multicast Scalability Nomadicity Security (e.g. IPv6, RSVP, RTP, MOSPF, etc.) Applications Tele-immersion Digital library Virtual laboratory Instructional manag. System Distributed Computing Health Care Arts and humanity Internet2

12 Next Generation Internet Initiated by federal government in 10 Oct. 1996 Goals –Develop next generation network testbed to connect universities and federal research institutes –Promote experimentation with next generation of networking technologies –Demonstrate a new generation of applications, which support scientific research, national security, distance education, environmental monitoring and health care $100M/year for 5 years divided between DoE, DoD, NASA, NSF and NIST

13 vBNS / Internet 2 / NGI Relationship –Internet 2 : university cooperation –NGI : federal R&D program by multi-agency NSF’s vBNS Dept. of Energy’s Energy Science network Dept. of Defense’s Research & Eng. Network NASA’s Research & Education Network

14 CA*net II To facilitate a partnership between industry, carriers, Regional Advanced Networks and R&E community To accelerate the deployment of next-generation commercial Internet Service A virtual network spanning two ATM clouds: BAC and AT&T Canada BAC : Bell Advanced Communications

15 CA*net II network architecture CA*net II OC3 GigaPOP T3 to US OC3 to Europe Vancouver Calgary Regina Winnipeg Windsor Ottawa Montreal Toronto Halifax St. John 뭩 Fredericton Charlottetown

16 TEN-34 Trans-European Network interconnecting at 34Mbps Develop a high-speed backbone for the academic community in Europe Two distinct parts in TEN-34 –A high-speed production IP network to cover immediate needs for higher speeds –Extensive ATM network built over JAMES JAMES : Joint ATM Experiment on European Services


18 APAN Asia-Pacific Advanced Network Consortium established in 1997.6 Advanced networking for Asia-Pacific –Research & development for advanced application and services –Advanced networking environment for research community –International collaboration

19 APAN Network Architecture STAR TAP 1997 1998~1999(plan) Japan Europe Canada USA China Hong Kong Indonesia Thailand Malaysia Philippines Singapore Australia Korea XP-TokyoXP-Seoul XP : eXchange Point STAR TAP : Science, Technology And Research Transit Access Point

20 APAN Working Groups Application BioInformatics Education Engineering Environment Medical Informatics Science Multi Media Technology Cache IPv6 MBone Measurement Network Design RSVP Security

21 History of APAN-KR 97.4 Technology WG launched 97.8 Applied to NSF’s HPIIS (High Performance International Internet Service) 97.9 Preparation Committee launched 97.11 Explanation Meeting 98.2.20 General Assembly

22 APAN-KR Network Architecture

23 Global Network Configuration

24 Network Evolution : Spiral Privatization (+Partners) Commodity Services (Commercial Market) [Arpanet] [NSFnet] [Gigabit Testbeds] [vBNS, …] Academic Networks Commercial ISPs Testbeds APAN R&D/Experimental R&D/Production (+Partners) [ANSnet]

25 Reference vBNS Internet 2 NGI STAR TAP CA*net II TEN-34 APAN APAN-KR

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