Presentation on theme: "SINET updates Jun Matsukata National Institute of Informatics (NII) Research Organization of Information and Systems January 24, 2005."— Presentation transcript:
SINET updates Jun Matsukata National Institute of Informatics (NII) Research Organization of Information and Systems firstname.lastname@example.org January 24, 2005
2 Networking at NII NII operates SINET and Super SINET which serves as the information network infrastructure for the national research and higher educational community in Japan. So, SINET and Super SINET plays the role of an NREN in Japan. Just being reorganized under a new concept focusing on broader targets covering applications as well…
3 SINET SINET serves as the information communication infrastructure for the research community in Japan covering the higher educational community as well. Universities and academic research institutions are connected.
4 Super SINET A networking project associated with SINET which was aimed at promotion of advanced scientific researches Implemented through a three+ year joint research project with the awarded telecommunication company (January 2002 to March 2005), and will continue to exist Integrated with SINET as a single operation entity
5 Recent changes Circuit renewal of SINET and Super SINET International connectivity Back of transpacific portion of APAN Upgrade of the circuits to Thailand Upgrade of connectivity to U.S.A.
6 Circuit renewal of SINET and Super SINET. By April 2005 Most circuits will be replaced. No remarkable change in topology Backup to major network nodes provided by Gigabit Ethernet clouds. More cooperation with APAN
7 Planned configuration from April 2005 SINET and Super SINET (planned configuration as of April 2004)
8 International connectivity December 2004 Started to provide backup for the transpacific portion of APAN January 2005 Upgrade of the 2 Mbps link to Bangkok, Thailand to 45 Mbps Connecting SINET (NII) and ThaiSARN (NECTEC) as before. April 2005 OC48 x 4 to NYC will become OC192 A new circuit (OC48) to LA
9 International Connectivity as of October 2004 SINET/ Super SINET NII Hitotsubashi QGPOP APAN Abilene ISP (for commodity traffic) GÉANT CANARIE SURFNET KOREN Fukuoka Otemachi HEANET As of January 2005 MAN LAN NYC ESnet NII Chiba ThaiSARN
10 International Connectivity a plan for April 2005 QGPOP APAN GÉANT SURFNET KOREN Fukuoka Otemachi A plan for April 2005 MAN LAN NYC ThaiSARN SINET/ Super SINET NII Hitotsubashi LA HEANET Abilene CANARIE ESnet ISP (for commodity traffic) NISN Pacific Wave STARLIGHT Chicago
11 Planned configuration for April 2005 International Connectivity
12 More cooperation with APAN Cooperation with TransPAC2 project Now we provide backup for the transpacific portion of APAN. Upgrade of the circuit to Thailand which has been shared among APAN participants Other kinds of cooperation (including non- networking)
14 Super SINET Implemented through a joint research project with the awarded telecommunication company Two modes of network services, shared backbone and point-to-point, have been provided for more than two years (since January 2002). OXCs were introduced for expedited provisioning and faster restoration of services.
16 Shared backbone 10 Gbps IP backbone Most Super SINET sites are connected with a 10 Gbps circuit. The backbone network is shared among the research and educational community. The network is IP based. Both IPv4 and IPv6 are supported. IPv6 is tunneling based for the moment though.
17 Point-to-point Point-to-point services are provided to research (or users) groups. Each users group can make exclusive use of the connectivity provided. Variations of point-to-point services Physical Virtual or logical N.B. The term point-to-point might be not good, since it is often the case that services are extended to multi- point. Term site oriented might be more appropriate
18 Point-to-point (contd) Point-to-point (physical) Gigabit Ethernet bridge Layer 3 protocol independent Based on physical resources reserved OC48 circuit This is actually provision of lambda. N.B. A lambda is an optical fiber if not multiplexed, or a wave length of a wave length multiplexed optical fiber.
19 Point-to-point (physical) U Tokyo IMS U Tokyo Osaka hub Kyoto U ICR Kyoto U Nagoya U Nagoya hub Osaka U Tohoku U ISAS NII Hitotsubashi NII Chiba Gigabit Ethernet many Gigabit Ethernets 2.4 Gbps Tokyo hub NIFS KEK NIG NAO Radio Telescope (Antenna) This is actually a part of GALAXY project by NAO.
20 Point-to-point (contd) Point-to-point (virtual) MPLS VPN (Layer 3) Based on virtual resources Virtual or logical networks sharing the resource of the IP backbone. Multi-point services are also available.
22 Super SINET Nodes From Janunary 2002 Tohoku University High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) The University of Tokyo The Institute of Medical Science (IMS), The university of Tokyo NII (Hitotsubashi HQ) NII (Chiba Annex) National Astronomical Observatory (NAO) The Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), JAXA National Institute of Genetics (NIG) Nagoya University National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) Kyoto University Institute for Chemical Research (ICR), Kyoto University Osaka University From October 2002 Hokkaido University Tsukuba University The Institute for Solid State Physics (ISSP), The University of Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology Waseda University Okazaki National Research Institutes Doshisha University Kyushu University From October 2003 The Institute for Statistical Mathematics Keio University Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Hiroshima University From October 2004 Kansai University Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
23 Kagoshi ma Kumamoto Fukuoka Nagasaki Matsuyama Hiroshima Okinawa Kobe Osaka Nagoya Tokyo Yokohama Kyoto Tsukuba NII Chiba Kitakyushu Yamaguchi NiigataKanazawaSapporo Sendai ISAS Okayama Tottori Chiba Tokushima Okazaki Yamanashi Kitami Hirosaki Nagano Maebashi Saitama Meguro KoganeiChofu NII Hitotsubashi ICR KU NIFS IMS UT KEK Nagoya hub Tokyo hub Osaka hub Super SINET node 10 Gbps 6 - 180 Mbps SINET and Super SINET in its earlier phase (as of January 2002)
24 SINET and Super SINET in its earlier phase 1 (as October 2002) Kagoshima Kumamoto Fukuoka Nagasaki Matsuyama Hiroshima Okinawa Kobe OsakaNagoyaTokyo Yokohama KyotoTsukubaNII Chiba Kitakyushu Yamaguchi Niigata Kanazawa Sapporo Sendai ISAS Okayama Tottori Chiba Tokushima Okazaki Yamanashi Kitami HirosakiNagano Maebashi Saitama Meguro Koganei Chofu NII Hitotsubashi Super SINET N.B. Not all of the SINET and Super SINET nodes are shown here.
25 Planned configuration from April 2005 SINET and Super SINET (planned configuration as of April 2004)
26 International Connectivity as of October 2004 SINET/ Super SINET NII Hitotsubashi QGPOP APAN Abilene ISP (for commodity traffic) GÉANT CANARIE SURFNET KOREN Fukuoka Otemachi HEANET As of January 2005 MAN LAN NYC ESnet NII Chiba ThaiSARN
27 International Connectivity a plan for April 2005 QGPOP APAN GÉANT SURFNET KOREN Fukuoka Otemachi A plan for April 2005 MAN LAN NYC ThaiSARN SINET/ Super SINET NII Hitotsubashi LA HEANET Abilene CANARIE ESnet ISP (for commodity traffic) NISN Pacific Wave STARLIGHT Chicago
28 Planned configuration for April 2005 International Connectivity
29 Chronology January 4, 2002 The operation of SuperSINET started. 14 universities and institutes were connected. October 2002 8 additional institutions October 2003 4 additional institutions October 2004 2 additional institutions March 2004 The joint research project ends. April 2004 The circuits will be provided on a procurement basis.