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1 STAR TAP Technical Advisory Committee IU NOC San Jose 22 June 1999 Michael McRobbie Doug Pearson

2 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting2 NOCs l Current –TransPACoperations/engineering –Abileneoperations/engineering –IU networksoperations/engineering l Developing –STAR TAPoperations –Eurolinkoperations

3 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting3 Standard Operations Procedures –24x7 operation –network monitoring –routing maintenance and problem isolation –problem reporting and referral –escalation –testing –notification –emergency communications –service level measurement and reporting –record keeping –change management –security management –ongoing training

4 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting4 Tools - Current l standards, e.g. ping, traceroute,... l MRTG l accounts on far-end hosts l mping l pathchar l OC3mon (NLANR system) l Surveyor at APAN exchange points

5 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting5 Tools - Development l management station to be installed at STAR TAP –http://www.accumatics.com –dual boot l Accumatics OC3mon via LS1010 VC snoop l custom performance/measurements environment –mping, ttcp, pathchar, traceroute server, treno, netperf... –Linux 5.2, kernel 2.2.9

6 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting6 Tools - Development l TACACS access control to routers and switches –rights controls for NOC, local and peer network engineers –logs configuration changes

7 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting7 Tools - Development l configuration management tools –archiving of router/switch configurations –automated differences report of router/switch configurations

8 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting8 Tools - Development l command proxy for routers and switches –web-based mechanism to submit a query to a router or switch and view the query results –length of request string limited –number of queries per device per unit time limited –limited to only certain commands –the mechanism logs into the target device using a non- enabled username/password, sets term length to zero, executes the command and displays the result

9 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting9 Tools - Development l network traffic/errors map –collect SNMP-based stats of utilization and interface errors –display in gracphical map l colors according to utilization l errors as a logarithmic scale hash mark, with dampened decay –time-based playback of graphs

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12 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting12 –BGP reporting tool –multicast monitoring

13 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting13 TransPAC Management Committee APAN Australia Robin Stanton Markus Buchhorn Japan Shigeki Goto (Co-Chair) Kazunori Konishi Korea Yong-Jin Park Kyungpyo Hong Singapore Francis Lee Tham Chen Khong APAN Chair Kilnam Chon Tokyo XP Akira Kato Management Liaison Hiromasa Kaneko United States Indiana University Michael McRobbie (Co-Chair) Doug Pearson Steve Wallace Jim Williams Rick McMullen Dennis Gannon Karen Adams replacement for Allen Robel AT&T To be determined STAR TAP Linda Winkler Management Liaison Steve Goldstein

14 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting14 Asia-Pacific Advanced Network (APAN) l An international consortium established in June 1997 to promote advanced research in networking technologies and the development of high- performance broadband applications and infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific region. l Four primary members: Australia, Japan, Korea and Singapore. l Associate and other members: Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand and Philippines.

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16 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting16 TransPAC Network l IPv4, native IPv6 and ATM services based on a 73Mbps VBR-nrt ATM connection from the APAN Tokyo exchange point to the STAR TAP in Chicago. l The original 35Mbps service was upgraded to 73Mbps in March of l Multicast is supported (although some problems) l The underlying ATM service is provided by AT&T and Kokusai Denshin Denwa Co., Ltd.

17 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting17 TransPAC Utilization GREEN ###Input Transmission Rate BLUE ###Output Transmission Rate DARK GREEN###Maximal 5 Minute Incoming Traffic MAGENTA###Maximal 5 Minute Outgoing Traffic

18 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting18 Peering l APAN l vBNS l NREN l ESnet l Abilene

19 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting19 NOC l integration of activities with Abilene NOC l will be assuming role of STAR TAP NOC l will be assuming role of Eurolink NOC

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21 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting21 Applications l Telemicroscopy –Research Center for Ultra High Voltage Electron Microscopy (UHVEM), Osaka University and, –University of California, San Diego National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research –NPACI articles l Volume 2, Issue 14; Japanese and U.S. Scientists Succeed in Trans-Pacific Operation of Ultra High Voltage Electron Microscope l l Volume 3, Issue 10; Seeing Submicron Structures from 10,000 Kilometers: Trans-Pacific Microscopy Enabled by International Advanced Networks l

22 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting22 Activities l iGrid - SuperComputing98, Orlando, Florida, Nov 7-13, 1998 –An international collaborative project to demonstrate next-generation network-based research and education applications that depend on emerging services such as resource control and reservation, new protocols, and high bandwidth global grids. –http://www.transpac.org/documents/981111_igridapps.pdf –http://www.transpac.org/documents/980217_igrid.pdf

23 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting23 Activities l GOIN99 –Demonstrations of earth observation applications for the Global Observation Information Network (GOIN) 1999 Plenary and Workshops in Honolulu during the week of March 22-26, 1999.

24 APAN TransPAC DREN HIC vBNS STARTAP GSFC DISS TRMM CIP University of Hawaii (Conference Center) GOIN 99 DEMONSTRATIONS EROS Data Center IGBP UNEP/GRID EORC DISS Site Experiment Network NISN Oregon State University SeaWinds EOC Team Collaboration CIP TRMM KAIST Team Collaboration Disaster Warning AIT Team Collaboration SEAStart RC Team Collaboration NGDC Disaster Warning D.Chow 10/30/98 JPL TRMM NREN

25 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting25 Activities l I2 QBone –an interdomain testbed for differentiated services (DiffServ) that seeks to provide the higher-education community with end-to-end services in support of emerging advanced networked applications. –lead and follow IETF DiffServ standards work –13 QBone projects: l 4 international, 3 US backbone, 6 GigaPoP and 10 campus –APAN / TransPAC are members of a Joint Project organized by the International Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR)

26 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting26 Activities l I2 QBone - iCAIR Joint Proposal Participants –APAN - Asia Pacific Advanced Network –CTIT - Centre for Telematics and Information Tech., U of Twente –Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois, Chicago –IBM Thomas Watson Research Center –iCAIR/Northwestern University –Indiana University –KDD - Kokusai Denshin Denwa Co. Ltd. –Korea Telecom –MREN - Metropolitan Research and Education Network –Nanyang Technological University –National University of Singapore –SingAREN –STARTAP –SURFnet –TransPAC

27 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting27 Activities l iCAIR Joint Proposal based on: –streaming digital video - I2 DVN l persistent infrastructure to provide high-quality digital video services in the Internet2 community l live and stored content l IBM VideoCharger technology l multicast l MPEG1 and MPEG2 at data rates up to 8 Mbps l directory services l large file systems l caching and replication l requirement for QoS –teleImmersion l based on prior STAR TAP TeleImmersion Experiments between EVL and National University of Singapore

28 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting28 Activities l I2 Digital Video Network –organized by iCAIR –establish a national, higher education video network service to provide capabilities to support scalable and easy-to-use applications to deliver live or stored streaming and interactive high-quality digital video –initial application is multicast streamed MPEG1/2 using Videocharger technology –KDD and Indiana University to install video servers –http://www.i2dvn.org

29 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting29 User Services l Contacts JP:Hiroyuki Okano AU:Markus Buchhorn KR:Prof Yong-Jin Park SG:Dr. Francis Lee US:Dr. Donald F. McMullen

30 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting30 Testbeds l Cache –Hyunchul Kim of KAIST testing data transfer performance as first step of Large Object Caching/Replication project l Multicast / MBone –finalize configurations for multicast during IWS99 l IPv6 –WIDE / vBNS and WIDE / ESnet peering up via distinct TransPAC ATM PVC

31 22 June 1999STAR TAP International Advisory Committee Meeting31 Whats Coming Up? l IU HPNAP program l QoS testbed l International participation in I2 DSI l IU DLI2 proposal... Waseda Univ. as satellite site


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