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1Dr. Sureswaran Ramadass Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN)Country UpdateByDr. Sureswaran RamadassAPAN Malaysia
2APAN Malaysia- APAN-My was formed in 1997 to promote advanced research in network technologies using High Bandwidth networks. One of the main purposes of APAN-My is to link the main research network within Malaysia.APAN Malaysia is an active member of APAN. APAN-MY heads the Multimedia Working Group and the IPV6 WG and also involve in numerous other APAN activities.
6Testbed Environment for Malaysian Multimedia Applications and Networking (TEMAN) + OthersTEMAN was formed in 1997 by a collaborative effort between the Government, Universities and Telecommunication Companies.It has setup a high speed 155 Mbit network testbed for research and development. This has expanded to include more universities. Satellite Bandwidth Obtained for research as well.Now have support from the world’s first Dark Fiber 2.5 Gig Backbone network to also support connectivity.Manis IPv6 research backbone already running
16Working Groups- APAN Malaysia Working GroupsMultimediaIPv6SatelliteMulticastDigital LibraryBio-InformaticsAgricultureEarth Monitoring
17Earth Monitoring And Disaster Warning WG ObjectivesDisseminate fire detection productsSmoke, Haze and Ash warningTorrential Rain and information and warningRegional hub for other observations missions
19Multimedia WG New Charter/Update Charter Success of old charter: Spinning-off newer WGs and Technology (Digital Video etc.)Some took off, and some did not.Creating a video conferencing network between Temasek Poly, USM, Keio Univ and AIT. AI3 NOC has setup server and being used. Distance edu classes will be conducted using this system. APAN NOC has setup the MCS server which was used in this conference.New ProjectsVirtual Gaming/Conferencing/ in an immersive cave type environment.Current commitments from NRG USM, Temasek Poly for Phase 1 and possibly ANU and AIT for Phase 2. Markus is also providing some input about GRID in this area.
20ActivitiesCurrent Target Projects :Distributed Multimedia ConferencingSystem –Currently Implemented over all TEMAN and selected APAN sitesMini Cave/Tele-Immersion – Future project among TEMAN and APAN/AI3 members
21Digital Library WG Objectives to develop the infrastructure (common standards and protocols) that will advance the use and utility of digital resources by the higher education community in the regionto develop a broad resource base of digital scholarly information resources and servicesto strengthen communication and collaboration among education, government and research institutes in the regionto contribute to lifelong learning opportunities available to the populace of the northern region
22Activitiesparticipants will prepare their OPAC (On-line Public Access Catalogue) for inclusion on the website. The OPAC should be in a universally accepted format e.g.MARC (Machine readable Cataloguing) or standards such as Z39.50to encourage members to develop search tools (directories, inventories, indexes)establish links with CLH (Connected Learning House) set up by the National Libraryto develop links with APAN (Asia-Pacific Advanced Network)
23Digital Library Network Diagram Central Repository ServerInternetNetwork ResearchGroup USMNRG-ExchangeAPANTEMANKDU PenangUSM LibraryInformaticsPenangDisted-StamfordCollegePenang PublicLibraryPenang SkillDevelopmentCentre (PSDC)Inti InternationalSystematicsBritish Council16Mbits1.5MBitsLegendLeased Line
24Agriculture WG Objectives Facilitate the sharing and exchange of data between organisationsFacilitate public access to agricultureProvide efficient and timely electronic distribution of information between officesprovide a national information network to be shared by agriculture organisations
25Objectivesprovide organisations participating in the AGROLINK facilities to access international databases.complement the services provided by MAMPU through the Civil Service Link (CSL) on matters relating to the agriculture
26Satellite WG Objectives To provide a stable link between USM and APAN backboneTo provide the link to other working group for their research
27ProjectsReliable Multicast FTP for satellite linkSetting up MCS Ver 4 (Multipoint Multimedia Conferencing)Satellite based high speed multimedia accessSatellite Distance Education Program
28IPv6 WGObjectivesParticipate and contribute for protocol standard developmentSoon to be a RFC and Int. DraftTo investigate and assist the government and organizations plan for the transition from IPv4 to IPv6.To experiment and develop Internet applications using new IPv6 specifications.Promote IPv6 activities at National Level among Universities
29Conference and IETF participation Activities & ProjectsConference and IETF participationTesting IPv6 NOC in MalaysiaProviding an IPv6 testbed with APAN connectivity for research activities.Porting existing MCS application to IPv6Quality Of Service experiments on IPv6Network monitoring and management for IPv6.Seminars & Workshop
30Successfully setup IPv6 network and applications are being tested ContinueIPv6 over Satellite (AI3 Project) connection has been establishedPresentation at Global IPv6 Summit, Osaka, Japan (18-19, Dec. 2000)Participation at APRICOT2001, K.L (February,2001)Anycast AnalysisIPv6/IPv4 Application Porting IssuesTutorial (Gopi/NTT)APAN-MY/ IPv6 Tutorials (21 August 2001)Presentation at Apan-Penang Meeting (August, 2001)AchievementsSuccessfully setup IPv6 network and applications are being tested10 papers has been presented internationally, 1 RFC and1 internet draft.
31REAL TIME monitoring of V4 and V6 – Implementation of first stage done ContinueFOCUS AREAS V6 WITH SUCCESS:IP and V6 BASED High quality Multipoint Conferencing – in process.REAL TIME monitoring of V4 and V6 – Implementation of first stage doneDynamic Host Name Resolution Protocol for V6Multicast over Satellite for V6