Ppt on campus area network

1 NETWORK PLANNING TASK FORCE September 20, 2004 FALL FY 2005 MEETINGS “OPERATIONAL BRIEFING”

■ Current status ■ Strategy ■ Future plans 22 NAP Area Map Area 5 Area 4 Area 1 Area 3 Area 2 VAGELOSNAP VAGELOS NAP Huntsman Hall NAP Nichols House NAP MOD 5 NAP NAP be Determined NAP Site to be Determined 23 NGP Goals ■ Distribute routing core across campus to minimize single point of catastrophic network failure. ■ Build redundant network links between the Network Aggregation Points (NAPs) and critical buildings. ■ Upgrade 20/


© Copyright 1997, The University of New Mexico 9-1 Case Study - University of New Mexico Demographics –Over 120 buildings on major campus. –Spread over.

Extensions Recently the research park and athletics complex were connected to the campus network to provide voice, video and data connectivity. ATM multiplexer located at /Campus Network ATM MUX ATM MUX Single Mode Fiber © Copyright 1997, The University of New Mexico 9-29 Case Study - UNM - Extensions (Cont.) South campus is located about 2 miles from main campus in a metropolitan area. The local electric utility allowed UNM to use electric poles to string the fiber between the main and south campuses/


Physical Security of Advanced Network and Systems Infrastructure Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. or Internet2 Nationwide Security.

that’s “someone else’s problem” – for example, isn’t the physical security of our systems and networks something that the campus police department will take care of? (Maybe, maybe not) 3 Understanding The Physical Security Risk Model What Might/ of confidential document disposal containers, it is routine for these “wheelie” cans to live in mailrooms or corridor areas, locked to prevent casual browsing of discarded confidential documents, but often not living chained down. Presumably the unauthorized /


Advanced Networking with Minority Serving Institutions (AN-MSI) Project A Strategic Partnership for HACU and EDUCAUSE funded by the National Science Foundation.

Session at Seminars on Academic Computing, Snowmass, CO – HACU/ANMSI/IBM Pre-conference Executive Session to HACU Annual Conference – UT-El Paso Campus Visit Areas of Progress  Executive Awareness (cont.) – Cal State San Bernardino Campus Strategic Planning – Syllabus August, 2001 article – Presentations at HACU 15th Annual Conference  NetworkingCampus Model Network Primer & document  Resource Development – AN-MSI Brochure – Meetings with NSF – Discussions with DoED and others/


Campus Sustainability Officers: The Emergence and Maintenance of a New Career Gordon Rands 1, Barbara Ribbens 1 & John Bingham 2 (1) Western Illinois University,

GIN2006, Cardiff, Wales Overview The Campus Sustainability Movement The Campus Sustainability Movement History History Areas of Focus Areas of Focus Key Stakeholders in Campus Greening Key Stakeholders in Campus Greening Sustainability Coordinators – Activities & /council Work with the sustainability council Provide resources: expertise, coordination, networking Provide resources: expertise, coordination, networking Manage budgets Manage budgets Supervise consultants and student interns/employees Supervise /


CHANGE IS NATURAL THE COMMONWEALTH COLLEGE NETWORK is now VirginiaCAN THE VIRGINIA COLLEGE ACCESS NETWORK.

school educational opportunities Provide a formal platform for access practitioner networkingProvide a formal platform for access practitioner networking Champion the principle of the Pathways to College “Shared Agenda”Champion the principle of the Pathways/School ☺ Summer Programs ☺Summer Programs ☺ Mentor Tutors ☺Mentor Tutors ☺ FA Parents ☺FA Parents ☺ Campus Tours ☺Campus Tours ☺ Areas Served: RichmondAreas Served: Richmond Unique Features: Students spend 2 summers as interns with local businesses 4 days/


Welcome to Our World Information Technology Networks and Security (ITNS) Presented by.

provide access for press and guests 25 For information on services browse http://www.itap.purdue.edu/telephone Ongoing Projects Campus Wireless Network: Expand coverage to all interior areas and add 802.11n support Campus Network Infrastructure: Add redundant 10 gigabit network links to all core campus buildings Security logging project used to support incident response activities NOC/SOC implementation to help focus current operational staff on/


NORTEL NETWORKS CONFIDENTIAL PG 0 Wireless Mesh Network The New Era of WLAN Madan Jagernauth Director, Business And Technology Strategy Wireless Mesh Network.

Cowan University First Wireless Mesh Network in Australia >Australias first wireless mesh network Using wireless mesh and local area network (LAN) solutions from Nortel Plans to deploy before the end of 2004 >Edith Cowan University Almost 23,000 students including 3,000 international enrollments Second-largest university in Western Australia. Metropolitan campuses in Churchlands, Mount Lawley and Joondalup and a regional campus in Bunbury >Delivering innovative/


Metropolitan Area Network June 13, 2006 Presented by: Tim Ryan Network Manager

–PictureTel VideoConferencing Systems Using Video over IP –100Mbps Internet Access –1000Mbps Internet2 Access –Fiber-Based Metro Area Network Seven Campuses Currently Connected Two Additional Pending Construction (Mission, Chinatown) 1000Mbps Shared Intercampus Network Additional Capacity Available for Future Growth Metro Area Network Goals: –Connect All Major Campuses With Fiber-Optic Infrastructure –Provide Scalability for Future Growth with Easily Maintained Components –Ensure Compatibility with Other/


© 2005 – RNP Building optical networks in Brazil Panel “Interconnecting RONs and NRENs and national infrastructure” Internet2 Fall Members’ Meeting Philadelphia,

Pará (eastern Amazonia) – metropolitan area population of almost 2 millions Building optical networks in Brazil19 Belém: 12 universities and research centers UFPA PoP of RNP UFRA MPEG campus EMBRAPA NPI UFPA CCS UFPA CEFET UEPA Belem CESUPA Campus Nazaré UNAMA Campus Quintino UNAMA Campus Alcindo Cacela UNAMA Campus Sen. Lemos UEPA CESUPA Campus Almte Barroso CPRM CESUPA Campus Gov José Malcher MPEG parque IEC Campus I Hospital BB 0/


Oct-03 ©Cisco Systems CCNA Semester 1 Version 3 Comp11 Mod6 – St. Lawrence College – Cornwall Campus, ON, Canada – Clark slide 1 Cisco Systems CCNA Version.

Systems CCNA Semester 1 Version 3 Comp11 Mod6 – St. Lawrence College – Cornwall Campus, ON, Canada – Clark slide 8 802.0 SEC 802.1 High Level Interface (HILI) 802.2 Logical Link Control (LLC) 802.3 CSMA/CD Working Group 802.4 Token Bus 802.5 Token Ring 802.6 Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) 802.7 BroadBand Technical Adv. Group (BBTAG) 802.8 Fiber/


Advanced Network Services Tomorrow October 3, 2011.

DYNES gear. 37 – 10/18/2015, © 2011 Internet2 DYNES/ION and LHCONE Campus Support for Data Intensive Science Current Network Regime: A big wall around a network of laptops administered by students – Breaks the end-to-end model – Performance tuned for small flows – Security in the net Augmented Network Regime: – Area in the network where science is supported – Reinstate the end-to-end model – Performance tuned/


Investigation into current and future requirements of researchers using research & education networks Study carried out by the Academia Europaea and the.

so rapid that very strong efforts are required to maintain services in a healthy situation Three key components The workshop recognises that satisfactory network performance for the end-user depends on a healthy infrastructure in three areas:- –On the campus –Nationally –Internationally Unless indicated otherwise, in this report the word “infrastructure” should be understood in a broad sense – not just cabling and transmission/


. Large internetworks can consist of the following three distinct components:  Campus networks, which consist of locally connected users in a building.

or group of buildings all connected into one enterprise network that consists of many local area networks (LANs).  A campus is generally a portion of a company (or the whole company) constrained to a fixed geographic area. Figure 1-2: Example of a campus network.  The company that owns the campus network usually owns the physical wires deployed in the campus.  Campus networks generally use LAN technologies, such as: ◦ Ethernet, ◦ Token Ring/


90 Hot Ideas In College Unions and Student Activities Erin Dayharsh Farrell Business and Marketing Manager Campus Center - University of Massachusetts.

green- facts displayed on signage throughout the building. Located outside elevators, inside meeting rooms, food service areas and restrooms, signage highlights energy and water savings, volume of materials recycled, green building features and /the recent ACPA conference in Boston, for the purpose of professional networking. Source: MingleStick www.minglestick.com Price: $19.95 Wrap-up  Questions  Clarifications  What is happening on your campus?  New equipment  New initiative  New program  /


Networking for Research and Education in Brazil US-Brazil Technical Workshop Rio de Janeiro, April 2006 Michael Stanton Director of Innovation Rede Nacional.

networking testbed IPÊ – the next-generation national network Redecomep – Community-based Optical Metropolitan Networks International connectivity New services Some special user application areas Networking/Campus Almte Barroso UNAMA Campus Sen. Lemos 0 km 1 km 2 km UEPA UEPA UEPA CPRM EMBRAPA UNAMA Campus Alcindo Cacela CEFET CCS UFPA UEPA NPI UFPA CESUPA Campus Nazaré MPEG campus UFRA UNAMA Campus Quintino UFPA PoP of RNP Belem CESUPA Campus Gov José Malcher MPEG parque IEC Campus I Hospital BB Networking/


“End-to-end Optical Fiber Cyberinfrastructure for Data-Intensive Research: Implications for Your Campus” Featured Speaker EDUCAUSE 2010 Anaheim Convention.

UIC and One VM was an Amazon EC2 Instance Graph Illustrates How the Throughput between Two Virtual Machines in a Wide Area Cloud Depends upon the File Size Biological data (Bionimbus) Source: Robert Grossman, UChicago Moving into the Clouds: Rocks and/ 80 GB/sec 3000 – 6000 disks Phase 0: 1/3 TB, 8GB/s Campus Research Network Source: Philip Papadopoulos, SDSC/Calit2 Rapid Evolution of 10GbE Port Prices Makes Campus-Scale 10Gbps CI Affordable Port Pricing is Falling Density is Rising – Dramatically Cost of /


The Campus Greening Committee Presents: Keeping Vermont Green - A guide to living sustainably on campus, and in your community.

http://seattletilth.org/learn/resources- 1/compost/compost/ Food Food: On Campus - Where does the food served on campus come from? The school is a member of the Vermont Fresh Network, which means it serves fresh, local, and often organic food and /the South Royalton Market, checkout: http://www.soromarket.com/membership/http://www.soromarket.com/membership/ Food: Off Campus - What other co-ops are in the area? Co-ops: Hunger Mountain Co-op, Montpelier Hunger Mountain Co-op, Montpelier Upper Valley Food Co-/


Networking in These Crazy Days: Stay Calm, Get Secure, and Get Involved Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. Merit Networking Summit Ann Arbor, MI December.

Figure 2, their "Global Risks Landscape," which shows roughly fifty major global risks (spanning economic, environmental, geopolitical, societal and technological areas). The X axis is the likelihood of occurrence over the next decade; the Y axis showing the impact if the risk were/ of the bad guys specialize in attacking? I dont think so. BTW, whats your plan to get Windows XP off your campus networks by April 8 th, 2014, when it goes EOL? If any operating system isnt supported, you cant keep it patched and/


Upcoming Requirements from the US Law Enforcement Community to Technically Facilitate Network Wiretaps TERENA, Lyngby Denmark Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007 4-5:30PM.

entity to another (this might even be at a link between a departmental LAN and the campus backbone, on campus) -- the point where traffic from one network address block leaves that address block and enters a link whose other end has an address controlled/case of higher education, however, it is routine to see far faster connections, including: -- 100/1000Mbps on the local area network and -- speeds up to 10Gbps to Internet2 or to the regular Internet Because these speeds exceed the speeds which are commonly/


Internet2, Abilene, and GigaPoPs: Una vista de los EE UU Steve Corbató Director, Backbone Network Infrastructure.

workshop – UCSD – December, 2000 36 End-to-End (e2e) Performance Initiative Human to Human Collaboration Experience Application Operating system Host IP stack Network card Local Area Network (LAN) Campus backbone network Campus connection to regional network/GigaPoP GigaPoP connection to Internet2 national backbone 37 Defining E2E Success Metrics Selecting set of appropriate core applications and services TCP applications – e.g., Web, file transfer Internet-based telephony (/


1 Cisco Patrick Grossetete Cisco Systems Cisco IOS IPv6 Product Manager Ansar Pasha Cisco Systems Network Consultant, Govt &

Peer (ie: Instant Messenger) Peer to Peer (ie: Instant Messenger) Multimedia (Video Conf) Multimedia (Video Conf) Home Information Services Home Information Services Server to Client Home Area Networks Home Area Networks Provider Edge Provider Edge Enterprise WAN Enterprise WAN Campus Integration & Co-Existence IPv6 Forwarding & Routing protocols (RIPng, OSPFv3, IS-ISv6, MP-BGP4) IPv6 Forwarding & Routing protocols (RIPng, OSPFv3, IS-ISv6, MP-BGP4) Frame Relay/


Campus Networking: The Importance of Researcher Collaboration Anita Nikolich National Science Foundation Program Director, Advanced Cyberinfrastructure.

truly transformed a chunk of the CSU network into a science-ready environment that has our researchers working collaboratively with their faculty and students. The funding from NSF is making a huge difference for several faculty and students at Central State - They are working on cutting edge projects with Vijay Asari on our campus in the area of "Computer Vision”  Thomas Skill, PI/


ITEC 275 Computer Networks – Switching, Routing, and WANs Week 9 Robert D’Andrea 2015.

existing, unconditioned, voice-grade copper twisted-pair cabling Used to connect buildings and rooms within buildings – Rural areas – Old cities where upgrading cabling is impractical – Multi-unit structures such as hotels, apartment complexes, business/800Mbps, Gigabit Ethernet up to 8Gbps, and 10 Gigabit Ethernet up to 80Gbps. Internetworking Devices for Campus Networks Switches Routers Wireless access points Wireless bridges Selection Criteria for Internetworking Devices The number of ports Processing /


1 Community Expectations for Campus Computer and Network Security BoF Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. or Internet2 Nationwide Security.

current set of expectations for what it means to be an Internet2 member campus. –Consider focusing on what the campus infrastructure needs to be 2-5 years out in order to support advanced applications. –Areas considered should include campus network configurations, campus directory implementations, privilege management, data storage, image transfer/management, computation, security, campus bandwidth management, collaboration environments, and others. [JES-emphasis added] –Consider the responsibilities that/


© 2007 – 2010, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public SWITCH v6 Chapter 7 1 Chapter 7: Preparing the Campus Infrastructure for Advanced.

2010, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Purpose of Video Deployments in the Campus Network  Collaboration: Video conferencing technologies such as TelePresence and the video support in WebEx support enhanced /Coverage Areas Chapter 7 12 © 2007 – 2010, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 2. Cisco WLAN Solutions Applied to Campus Networks Cisco Unified Wireless Network  Client devices  Mobility platform  Network unification  World-class network management /


The Pathway to Sustainable Campus Food Systems UCSC Case Study.

Group Building Campus Community Bridges Building Campus Community Bridges Supporting Community Food System Networks Supporting Community Food System Networks Moving Towards a Sustainable campus Dining Service Moving Towards a Sustainable campus Dining Service /Food System Working Group Meetings Student Food Oriented Group Meetings Student Food Oriented Group Meetings Campus Food Systems Assessment Project Areas of Focus: Past—labor, purchasing, waste reduction Past—labor, purchasing, waste reduction Present/


® Randall Schwartz, Strategic Planning Manager Wireless Networking Group Intel Corporation Educause 2004 October 19, 2004 Denver, CO WiMAX Fixed Access.

.intel.com/go/wimax www.intel.com/go/wimax WiMAX Forum: - www.wimaxforum.org www.wimaxforum.org ® Wide Area Network Long Range: Campus, Town, State Example: WiMAX, 3G Data Rate: Up to 5 Mbps Applications: Remote access to email, School networks and Internet Wireless Landscape Personal Area Network Short Range: Desk, Room Example: BlueTooth Data Rate: Up to 1 Mbps Applications: Cable Replacement, Proximity Docking, Automatic/


Avaya Networking Ethernet Switching Portfolio Presentation.

exists & interoperates with MPLS Service Providers –Maximum flexibility & scalability IP VPN-Lite & MPLS Metro Network (Native IP) IP VPN-Lite Wide Area Network (MPLS) IP VPN-Lite IP VPN-Lite / MPLS Router MPLS Routers Service Provider-class complexity Enterprise/Virtual Services Platform 4000 Series  First “Fabric-enabled” multi- service Edge device –Extends Avaya Fabric Connect to the Campus, Metro, & WAN –With VSP 7000, enables cost effective virtualization solution for the mid market –Low cost multi-/


Role of College Health Services in Campus and Community Tobacco Control Edward P. Ehlinger, MD, MSPH Megan Whittet, MPH Boynton Health Service May 6, 2005.

Campus: Tobacco Free Data Collection Collaborate with MDH, MPAAT, and BC/BS of MN on Adult Tobacco Survey Continued regular collection of U of MN data Collect additional information on ETS Survey special populations – nursing students Survey Twin Cities area colleges/universities Metro Area/ and Healthy Campus: Tobacco-Free project staff Healthy Campus: Tobacco-Free outside project evaluator Healthy Campus Network Initial invitation to 59 post-secondary institutions to join the Healthy Campus Network- Nov. /


Managing Information UT November 13-14, 2008 Networking, Communications, and Infrastructure William Green

Information Technology @ UT Overview Introduction What might we do for you? Areas –Remote services (OTS) –Networking –Voice services –Campus building security systems –Multimedia –Video –Infrastructure Managing Information Technology @ UT Central IT Managing Information Technology @ UT Federated IT Not all networking and infrastructure is centralized Some departments manage departmental wired local area networks A few manage departmental phone switches Managing Information Technology @ UT What might/


The Profile of Today’s College Student: Using national study results to impact change on campus Kim Kloeppel, MPA University of New Mexico Amy Feder, M.S.

students are doing online) versus what students actually self-report. Explore whether the areas of campus and academic involvement, services, and values are unique to an institutional setting by /campus and work computers25%10% Do not have internet access where they live11%3% Have a social network profile66%85% Media Consumption Newspaper, magazine, radio, and television Preferred sources of information Influence of media UNM Media Consumption Findings UNM students are more apt to stay informed on areas/


Internet2 Network Tutorial: Rick Summerhill, Matt Zekauskas, Russ Hobby Internet2 Joint Techs University of Minnesota 11 February 2007 Minneapolis, MN.

services will be available at the wide area edge Challenge for GigaPoPs, Regional Optical Networks (RONs), and campuses is how to extend these services from the wide area edge across the regional networks, campus infrastructure, and to the user location. Challenge for GigaPoPs, Regional Optical Networks (RONs), and campuses is how to extend these services from the wide area edge across the regional networks, campus infrastructure, and to the user location/


ITEC 275 Computer Networks – Switching, Routing, and WANs Week 9 Robert D’Andrea Some slides provide by Priscilla Oppenheimer and used with permission.

existing, unconditioned, voice-grade copper twisted- pair cabling Used to connect buildings and rooms within buildings – Rural areas – Old cities where upgrading cabling is impractical – Multi-unit structures such as hotels, apartment complexes, business /is completed, the physical design can start A major task during physical design is selecting technologies and devices for campus networks – Media – Data-link layer technology – Internetworking devices Also, at this point, the logical topology design can/


Welcome to UVU! Information Technology Helpdesk. Agenda 1. Procedures 2. Network Connectivity 3. Getting Help 4. Computer Policies 5. E-mail 6. UVLINK.

and set for a time of day your computer will be online Not installing updates can cause a serious security risk to the campus network Safe Computing Text Tex Text Spam E-mail IF you receive SPAM send it as an attachment to spam@uvu.eduspam@uvu./a server or access point without the right settings will bring down the network for others in your building If you need a static IP address you will need to contact your Area Technician Off Campus Access Text Tex Text Groupwise WebAccess From the UVU Home page you can/


FRACTEL: Building (Rural) Mesh Networks with Predictable Performance On the Feasibility of the Link Abstraction in (Rural) Mesh Networks Dattatraya Gokhale.

Networks (LACNs) Prior Studies: MIT Roofnet study –Outdoor WiFi mesh, Boston/Cambridge area –Most links have intermediate loss rates, between 0% and 100% –Multi-path (not external interference) is a major cause of losses –No Link Abstraction! –Work around: design of appropriate routing metrics Experimental Methodology: Environment Two kinds of environment –Five locations on campus/: Google Maps Dense buildings, academic area, student dormitories, campus housing, several trees Understanding Interference 1/


 End to End Performance Initiative Russ Hobby HENP Networking Working Group Meeting, Ann Arbor, Michigan 26 October 2001.

a consistent basis. Raw Connectivity Applications Performance True End-to-End Experience User perception Application Operating system Host IP stack Host network card Local Area Network Campus backbone network Campus link to regional network/GigaPoP GigaPoP link to Internet2 national backbones International connections EYEBALL APPLICATION STACK JACK NETWORK... First Steps Workshop in Ann Arbor on 9 January, 2001 40+ participants Each participant provided a short paper on “What/


Distributed Sensor Exploitation 6.1 Rapid Deployment of Smart Camera Networks Dr. B.S. Manjunath University of California, Santa Barbara

distributed processing with existing work Events in FY12 Geocalibration with mobilesensors Multi-camera multi-object tracking in a wide-area network Browsing and search in a distributed network Project Roadmap 2012 Thrust Area Technical Review Detailed Technical Approach 7 Project Introduction Overview of the UCSB Campus Camera Network –Infrastructure funded by a ONR DURIP award –Implementation by students on this project Research Accomplishments –Distributed Geocalibration –Distributed/


ITEC 275 Computer Networks – Switching, Routing, and WANs Week 9 Robert D’Andrea Some slides provide by Priscilla Oppenheimer and used with permission.

existing, unconditioned, voice-grade copper twisted-pair cabling Used to connect buildings and rooms within buildings – Rural areas – Old cities where upgrading cabling is impractical – Multi-unit structures such as hotels, apartment complexes, business / is completed, the physical design can start A major task during physical design is selecting technologies and devices for campus networks – Media – Data-link layer technology – Internetworking devices Also, at this point, the logical topology design can/


ITW2007: P. Campus Tokyo, 13-16 November 2007 The IMS Infrasound Network: detection of a large variety of events, including volcanic eruptions Dr. Paola.

serious threat to -Nearby settlements -Civil Aviation The IMS Infrasound Network can contribute to volcano monitoring ITW2007: P. Campus Tokyo, 13-16 November 2007 The increased number of IMS Infrasound Stations allows us to monitor several active volcanic areas around the world ITW2007: P. Campus Tokyo, 13-16 November 2007 Aleutian Islands ITW2007: P. Campus Tokyo, 13-16 November 2007 AUGUSTINE Alaska, Aleutian Islands, Kamishak/


Nov-03 ©Cisco Systems CCNA Semester 1 Version 3 Comp11 Mod10 – St. Lawrence College – Cornwall Campus, ON, Canada – Clark slide 1 Cisco Systems CCNA Version.

College – Cornwall Campus, ON, Canada – Clark slide 36 10.2.2 Routing versus Switching Routing is a hierarchical organizational scheme that allows individual addresses to be grouped together; the same as area codes in the telephone network. Routers must maintain/Semester 1 Version 3 Comp11 Mod10 – St. Lawrence College – Cornwall Campus, ON, Canada – Clark slide 41 Includes any network protocol that provides enough information in its network layer address for a router to forward it to the next device /


Internet2 Network Tutorial: Rick Summerhill, Matt Zekauskas, Russ Hobby Internet2 Joint Techs University of Minnesota 11 February 2007 Minneapolis, MN.

services will be available at the wide area edge Challenge for GigaPoPs, Regional Optical Networks (RONs), and campuses is how to extend these services from the wide area edge across the regional networks, campus infrastructure, and to the user location. Challenge for GigaPoPs, Regional Optical Networks (RONs), and campuses is how to extend these services from the wide area edge across the regional networks, campus infrastructure, and to the user location/


ITEC 275 Computer Networks – Switching, Routing, and WANs Week 9 Robert D’Andrea Some slides provide by Priscilla Oppenheimer and used with permission.

, unconditioned, voice-grade copper twisted-pair cabling Used to connect buildings and rooms within buildings – Rural areas – Old cities where upgrading cabling is impractical – Multi-unit structures such as hotels, apartment complexes, business/800Mbps, Gigabit Ethernet up to 8Gbps, and 10 Gigabit Ethernet up to 80Gbps. Internetworking Devices for Campus Networks Switches Routers Wireless access points Wireless bridges Selection Criteria for Internetworking Devices The number of ports Processing speed/


Network Structure Models. 2 Chapter Topics  Hierarchical Network Models  Enterprise Composite Network Model  Network Availability.

is necessary to use a more modular approach to design  The model divides the network into functional components functional areas containing network modules 24 Enterprise Composite Network Model  It maintains the concept of distribution and access components connects users, WAN services, and server farms through a high-speed campus backbone  In smaller networks, the layers can collapse into a single layer, even a single device 25/


TAKING ON TOBACCO: From Campus-Based Initiatives to a Comprehensive Statewide Movement Kimberlee Homer California Youth Advocacy Network (916) 339-3424.

College Project –Trainings Advocacy, Policy, Tobacco Industry targeting, etc. Advocacy, Policy, Tobacco Industry targeting, etc. –Organizing COUGH (Campuses Organized and United for Good Health) Campaign COUGH (Campuses Organized and United for Good Health) Campaign –Networking –Research –Technical Assistance –College Advocacy Guide –Educational Packet California Youth Advocacy Network 18-24 year old Project 18-24 year old Project –Agency trainings Bars, apartments, faith communities, community/


DIT Campus Network 2G1713 Communication Systems Design, 2004 Department of Microelectronics and Information Technology, KTH Team Members Honoratha Shayo2G1713.

and Threats to the project. Communication Systems Design 2004 Csd2004-team7@csd.ssvl.kth.se DIT Campus Network: Monday, March 22, 2004 Ufumbuzi Well motivated team Close cooperation with other teams Different areas of technical knowledge Strengths Communication Systems Design 2004 Csd2004-team7@csd.ssvl.kth.se DIT Campus Network: Monday, March 22, 2004 Ufumbuzi Lack of experience in working on project Weakness Communication Systems/


The Fermilab Campus Grid (FermiGrid) Keith Chadwick Fermilab Work supported by the U.S. Department of Energy under contract No. DE-AC02-07CH11359.

) – Doing sparse I/O directly against “random” files in the NFS /grid/data areas.  How fast can the actuators and spindles deliver the data? –Not Fast Enough! –BlueArc then backs up I/O and aggregate I/O throughput plummets. 02-Feb-2010Fermilab Campus Grid25 Simplified Network Topology 02-Feb-2010Fermilab Campus Grid26 san ba head 1 ba head 2 s-s-fcc2-server3 s/


Weighted Waypoint Mobility Model and Its Impact on Ad Hoc Networks Electrical Engineering Department UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA USC Kashyap Merchant,

student surveys, build WWP model, and study its characteristics and impact on networks via simulation. 2.Construction of Weighted Way Point (WWP) Model We categorize the buildings on campus into 3 types: (I). classrooms, (II). libraries, (III). cafeterias. There are also (IV). other area on campus and (V). off-campus area. These are 5 destination categories in our survey and mobility model. Mobile node (MN) chooses/


The Square Kilometer Array: A next generation scientific instrument and its implications for networks (and possible lessons from the LHC experience) TERENA.

a loss rate of 1 packet in 22,000 in a LAN or metropolitan area network is barely noticeable In a continental-scale network – 88 ms round trip time path (about that of across the US/campuses: The Science DMZ The site network – the LAN – typically provides connectivity to local resources – compute, data, instrument, collaboration system, etc. The T1 and T2 site LAN architectures must be designed to match the high-bandwidth, large data volume, large round trip time (RTT) (international paths) wide area network/


Campus Cyberinfrastructure (CC*) Program NSF 16-567 Larry Gallery Manager, Membership Development and K-20 Program Manager June 16, 2016 2016.

in terms of ongoing operational and engineering costs. The plan should also describe campus IPv6 deployment and use of the In Common Federation global federated system, and if applicable, campus federation approaches to supporting scientific Virtual Organizations. For proposals into the Data Driven Networking Infrastructure for the Campus and Researcher area, the Campus CI plan should address efforts to prevent IP spoofing by potential adoption of/


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