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SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 The Role of Wireshark in Industrial Ethernet or “Why things just have to work!” 17 June 2009 Mike.

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1 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 The Role of Wireshark in Industrial Ethernet or “Why things just have to work!” 17 June 2009 Mike Hinz President | YR20 SHARKFEST '09 Stanford University June 15-18, 2009

2 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 YR20 – Who We Are and What We Do YR20 Group – a Texas Corp. – Operating Cos in Houston, Texas and Aberdeen, Scotland Over 100 years of experience in mission critical networking and telecommunications Totally independent - objective, fact-based services completely aligned with our customers We operate utilizing our in-house tool-set backed up with years of hard experience to offer our customers optimal solutions to their networking and telecom needs Network Engineering and Analysis as a Service No capital investment in equipment We supply the expertise and equipment on a simple contractual basis Full range of services – lab simulating and testing, incident and problem management, traffic engineering and capacity planning, equipment evaluation, application evaluation and optimization Sales or Leasing of Standards Based Network Data Capture Appliances PCAP-Probe™ family Standards based – Training and Support Available, Extremely Rugged with Remote Management – High Performance

3 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Industrial Ethernet and This Project Simply Stated – Industrial Ethernet must work Lives and huge economic values are at stake Focused on plant, process, and control Directly contributes to the revenue stream of an organization Installation requires detailed approval by a classification society such as DNV, LR, ABS, etc. to get insurance – “There must be a tie-wrap on the cable every metre” Likely to be in hazardous environments

4 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 The Project – Why YR20? The MV Well Enhancer was conceived by Helix ESG to be the largest, most high tech offshore service vessel available Very high market visibility Helix ESG demanded that this vessel ‘simply must work!’ – Lives, Safety and Revenue were at all risk YR20 was identified as the Company that could make this happen. – Design, implementation, FAT, and ongoing support – We had the tools, technique, reputation and ability to get it done!

5 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 The Project – MV Well Enhancer

6 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 MV Well Enhancer

7 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 What does it Compare To?

8 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 MV Well Enhancer - Stats 132m long - 1 1/2 football pitches 12,000 ton displacement - more than a USN Ticonderoga Class Cruiser Top of Tower is almost 50m above sea-level (10 storey building). Accommodation for 120 people. Diesel electric power for propulsion and equipment with total of 15MW of generation capacity in x6 engines in x3 engine rooms. Dynamic Positioning Class saturation divers in x4 chambers living under pressure. x2 ROVs.

9 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 What Does This Network Compare To? A ship with crew Plus a power station Plus an airport Plus a hotel for 120 people Must cover the needs for work, safety, personal use, and regulatory All over the equivalent of a poor rural DSL 512k x 512k 140,000 km long!! You cannot design this without knowing the traffic! Wireshark is a key and critical item in getting it right!

10 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 How Does a Project Like This Start ? (1) A very pensive Mr. Everitt!!

11 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 How Does a Project Like This Start ? (2)

12 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Here’s ONE of the Ending Points 4 servers Redundant SatCom 2x SeaTel Controller 2x Comtech modems Redundant UPSs Cisco switches and routers

13 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Ethernet Switch Cementing Controller

14 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Building Network Not Your Office Network!

15 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Cabling – Not Your Office Network!

16 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Cable Transit

17 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Stern of Vessel Well Intervention Tower Can handle 22m tool strings Kenz Crane 20 Ethernet devices on Tower 10 Ethernet devices on crane

18 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 CCTV – Roof of Well Intervention Cabin IP67 Industrial Ethernet Video IP Pan/Tilt/Zoom - IP

19 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Saturation Dive Control – 20 IP Devices

20 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Network Enclosure Not your standard office! Note Industrial Ethernet Switches Note cable termination technique ALL work MUST be approved by DNV Det Norske Veritas

21 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Wireshark to Examine Traffic!

22 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 YR20 PCAP-Probe™

23 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Wireshark Doesn’t do Analogue Telephony!!

24 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Pressured Accumulator Area – Cisco Kit

25 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 KENZ Crane – ‘Drive by Wire’ Crane by Wire Cyber Chair Networked into vessel Visibility of Crane ops Safety Necessity for Ops

26 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Satellite Communications (1)

27 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Satellite Communications (2)

28 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Vessel Networks Industrial Ethernet round vessel – total of 25 switches – Resilient gigabit core. Approximately 100 miles of copper installed PLUS fibre! Total of 25 configured VLANs of which about 8 are in service now. – VLANs for: General desktop PCs, printers, etc. About 40 devices. Voice; About 30 VoIP devices. (there is a full general PBX on the vessel that is not connected). CCTV – About 60 CCTV channels incl. inside monitoring of winches, etc., external monitoring for decks, cranes, etc. diver helmet video and audio feeds, ROV camera feeds, etc. Control; x5 separate VLANs for control systems – Likely to be more in the future – Ranges from Modbus/TCP, ProfiNet, etc to HTTP. Dual VSAT antennae for shoreside link.

29 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Traffic Engineering All traffic divided into classes at Layer 2 for LAN priority using IEEE 802.1P marking and QoS/queues in switches. All traffic divided into classes at Layer 3 for VSAT WAN priority using DiffServ marking and QoS/queues in routers. – Note: LAN trunk capacity is 1Gbps - no bottlenecks at this time. – Note: VSAT/WAN traffic capacity is symmetric 512kbps - significant bottlenecks from start. – Have to deliver all the operational and social requirements for a very large industrial facility and the 120 people who live and work there over the equivalent of a very poor DSL service. This is commonly known in the offshore oil industry as the "elephant and the drinking straw" trick. – Simply would not be possible to do this correctly without tools like Wireshark.

30 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Tools YR20 PCAP-Probes™ to collect traffic 7x24 Large amounts of data captured to be analyzed – Up to.5 T / month RSD to divide the traffic into Layer 2 or Layer 3 classes of traffic for examination Wireshark for packet-level analysis L1 analysis for automated analysis of large volumes of traffic to spot problems L2 being developed and tested

31 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Commissioning Process Proper Initial Design FAT – Field Acceptance Testing Use of all tools to confirm correct configuration and traffic flows at layers 2 and 3 If operational problems occur traffic can be compared to commissioning traffic to see what's different. Ability to respond very rapidly to operational issues

32 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Thanks to the Wireshark Community!! Without remarkable tools like Wireshark it simply would not be possible for us to design, build and operate systems like this for serious industrial use.

33 SHARKFEST '09 | Stanford University | June 15–18, 2009 Questions? Contact Us At The Following In the US 1718 Fry Road Suite 440 Houston, Texas In the UK Unit 16, James Gregory Centre Aberdeen Science & Technology Park Balgownie Drive Aberdeen AB22 8GU UK Web


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