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1 GENI Spiral 2 Meso-Scale Update GEC8 Heidi Picher Dempsey July 21, 2010

2 Nationwide Meso-scale Prototype Current plans for locations & equipment WiMAX ShadowNet Salt Lake City Kansas City Washington, DC Atlanta Stanford UCLA UC Boulder Wisconsin Rutgers NYU Polytech UMass Columbia OpenFlow Backbones Seattle Salt Lake City Sunnyvale Denver New York City Houston Chicago Los Angeles Atlanta OpenFlow Stanford U Washington Wisconsin U Indiana U Rutgers Princeton Clemson Georgia Tech Arista 7124S Switch Toroki LightSwitch 4810 HP ProCurve 5400 Switch Juniper MX240 Ethernet Services Router NEC IP8800 Ethernet Switch NEC WiMAX Base Station

3 Meso-Scale in the backbones Internet2 and NLR installing 5 OpenFlow switches in each backbone (HP ProCurve and possibly a second vendor) NLR 3-node backbone live for GEC8 demo ProtoGENI installing additional nodes (2 or more) in Internet2 and integrating prototype OpenFlow GENI layer 2 data planes starting to appear across backbones, regionals and campuses – ION, FrameNet and custom network engineering "stitching" VLANs – ORCA, IGENI demonstrating dynamic VLANs at GECs – NLR and I2 10Gpbs layer2 interconnect at Atlanta ShadowNet: installing 3 Juniper M7i routers for measurements in I2 PoPs this year Find updates through GENI wiki Spiral Two page ( Internet2 MX-960 conns NLR dwgs courtesy I2, NLR

4 Internet2 Backbone Service Migration Internet2 10 Gbps MOU expires after GEC8 I2 GENI backbone transitioning from Ciena dedicated wave to Juniper 1GE shared links Separate 1 GE connections for each ProtoGENI and OpenFlow backbone node with transparent MPLS tunnels between nodes 1 GE connections for new ShadowNet nodes 1 GE ION link for access at each node for layer2 access Planned bandwidth exceeds current use, but GENI will grow quickly NLR GENI backbone unchanged except for OpenFlow deployment ION service also transitioned to Juniper for all I2 in July Open discussion in Room #1102 today @ 3:00 (during break) See GENI wiki for updates dwgs courtesy I2

5 OpenFlow Deployment Roadmap

6 OpenFlow integration status Site upgrades to OpenFlow 1.0 Integration between campuses is happening! ( Prototype Aggregate Manager + Opt-In Manger (BBN + Stanford) WiMax over OpenFlow (Rutgers + Stanford) Inter-campus access control and network policy management (Georgia Tech + Clemson) demonstrated between Rutgers and Stanford at GEC8 Aster*x network load balancing (UWA, BBN, Stanford) Prototype Aggregate Manager + Opt-In Manger (BBN + Stanford) Packet Level Redundancy Elimination and Mobile (Smartphones) Application Migration (UWI) Monitoring nationwide and campus deployments (Indiana University + NLR) Early layer2 engineering and testing underway (Rutgers ION to NICTA in Australia)

7 GENI Network Engineering

8 ShadowNet Deployment Roadmap

9 ShadowNet status On track to deploy 3 nodes in Internet2 this year Developing standalone control software to virtualize the Juniper platform Developing new Aggregate Manager First use of Juniper SDK in GENI Expect GEC9 demonstration

10 WiMAX Deployment Roadmap

11 WiMAX deployment status All nine sites have experimental license and have received outdoor kit (antenna, outdoor unit, fiber cable, etc.) from Rutgers/NEC Four sites have received and installed indoor kit (indoor unit, server with software, etc.), and are now doing integration tests, experiments and demos: Rutgers, Stanford, BBN, NYU Poly Five sites are still in the process of installing and bringing up their equipment: UC Boulder, Columbia, UMass Amherst, UCLA, Wisconsin

12 WiMAX operational status First GENI connections between WiMax sites demoed at GEC8 (Rutgers-BBN and Rutgers- Stanford) Four sites running integration tests, experiments and demos: Rutgers, Stanford, BBN, NYU Poly Next steps: – Complete integration demos, harden software package – Add monitoring to each site – Tie sites together for coordinated experiments – Evaluate range and throughput, for typical site, both omni and sector antennas, multiple types of clients

13 WiMAX installation at BBN Outdoors: – Omni antenna (on top) – NEC 120-degree sector antenna (aimed towards Boston) – Patch antenna – GPS antenna (for timing) – NEC Outdoor Unit (ODU) – Coax switching and power junction box Indoors: – NEC Indoor Unit (IDU) – Server with ASN GW and OMF software

14 MesoScale Summary Nationwide deployments on or ahead of schedule with a few exceptions Final sprint for Spiral 2 will be challenging Great cooperation between prototypers and campuses and many long hours for integration Thanks to MesoScale teams for their patience and enthusiasm! courtesy Appenzeller

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