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  1. CanalAVISTa Digital Media Channel on TEIN2 by Kanchana Kanchanasut Executive Director, AVIST and Internet Education and Research Laboratory ASIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

  2. What is CanalAVIST? • Within ASEAN framework, CanalAVIST is a part of .. • ASEAN Virtual Institute for Science & Technology (AVIST) • ASEAN Science and Technology Research and Education Network Alliance (ASTRENA) “Providing channels for seamless education, teaching, training, conferencing, lectures, and talks through ASEAN countries for ASEAN researchers and students.”

  3. Mission: “Coming together to share learning, experiences and resources to develop our people” Objectives: To provide rapid dissemination and sustainable sharing of knowledge, information, data and skills in the context of ASEAN countries for: • Life Long e-Learning (AVIST) • Channels of Events • Cumulative Repository of Recorded Learning Materials

  4. Why CanalAVIST? • AVIST • TEIN2 • Technology and community experiences

  5. AVIST • www.avist.org • Life-long learning for ASEAN S&T • Introduction to Technology and Innovation Management • Sustainable Ecotourism Development • HyperCourse on Bioinformatics

  6. 10 Gbps • TEIN2 network started Jan 2006, now connects: • 30million researchers • and students • 4000 institutions • 10 countries • PoPs in Singapore, HK and Beijing; NOC in HK • Funded to Sept 2008, then…… NA EU 2.5 Gbps EU 3 x STM4 Access capacities 45 – 622 Mbps

  7. TEIN2 Partner Countries-representatives Asia Pacific: Australia (AARNet) China (CERNET) Indonesia (ITB) Japan (MAFFIN, NICT, NII) Korea (NIA) Lao (LERNET) Malaysia (MDC) Philippines (ASTI) Singapore (SingAREN) Thailand (ThaiREN) Vietnam (VinaREN) Europe: France (RENATER) Netherlands (SURFnet) UK (UKERNA) DANTE Also supported by: TRANSPAC2 Juniper Networks

  8. …TEIN3 Network project! European Commission has approved funding to end 2011 Extend to South Asia Further support for application development Transfer TEIN3 programme to Asian ownership Plan for ‘TEIN4’ Vietnam the first country to submit a Letter of Intent to participate in TEIN3

  9. Timezones and Populations TEIN2: Member countries represent 1/3 of the world’s population in a timezone range spanning only 3 hours TEIN3 Potential member countries represent almost 60% of the world’s population in a timezone range spanning only 5 hours Small timezone range is critical for interactive collaboration

  10. Technology and AP community experiences Towards open teaching and learning space

  11. 5 mbps Open Classrooms: IP Multicast + VDO streaming 30 mbps TEIN2 High-speed m6bone 15 mbps

  12. Streaming Events on TEIN2 SIGCOMM 2007 Kyoto broadcast by WIDE/SOI • IPv6 Multicast to TEIN2 members, 27-31 Aug, 2007 http://www.soi.wide.ad.jp/project/sigcomm2007/ Multi-sites conference: InCoB2007 HKUST, HK Science Park and Vietnam National University 27-31 Aug, 2007 http://incob.apbionet.org/incob/hanoi.shtml Mozilla 24 IPv6 Multicast • France, Japan and Thailand 15 September, 2007 http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/press/mozilla-2007-08-10.html

  13. Network Diagram : a Detailed View IPStar Office BKK, TH SOAS, UK Classroom OLSR Gateway TEIN2 Bangkok IX Mobile Vclass OLSR Nodes UniNet Office BKK, TH Multiple Instructors Site 1, Burirum, TH Burirum Live Lecture Downstream Webcast Vclass E-learning Platform

  14. CanalAVIST: heterogeneous environment?How to resolve? • Tunnelling • Need co-ordination • Support from NOC engineers • Mobile users • SIP • Peering of SIP servers • Streaming • DVTS • Opensource • IEEE1394 • Economical

  15. Tier 1.3 Tier 1.4 Tier 1.2 Tier 2.5.1 Tier1.1 Tier 1.5 Tier 2.5.2 Multicast Backbone Tier 2.11.2 Tier 1.11 Tier 1.6 Tier 2.11.1 Tier 1.7 Tier 3.11.1 Tier 1.9 Tier 1.8 Tier 2.9.1 Tier 2.9.2 Internet Digital Media Streaming Architecture Tier 1.10

  16. Tier 1.3 Tier 1.4 Tier 1.2 Tier 2.5.1 Tier1.1 Tier 1.5 Tier 2.5.2 Multicast Backbone Tier 2.11.2 Tier 1.11 Tier 1.6 Tier 2.11.1 Tier 1.7 Tier 3.11.1 Tier 1.9 Tier 1.8 Tier 2.9.1 Tier 2.9.2 Internet Digital Media Streaming Architecture Tier 1.10

  17. Gateways • DVRelay • Bandwidth Reduction • IPv4 and IPv6 conversion and vice versa • Unicast and Multicast conversion and vice versa • SIP • Peering • Multicast Address Management • Repository of Archived VDO

  18. CanalAVIST Architecture • P2P of • SIP • Content repository • Bandwidth • IP Protocol • Streaming reservation and auto-confuguration

  19. Heterogenous Network Conditions • Network • Bandwidth • Routing • IPv4 VS IPv6 • Support for Unicast or Multicast • Policy • Security • Transit • Blocking/Filtering -- UDP, Multicast

  20. jp.DVRelay.canalavist JP cn.DVRelay.canalavist kr.DVRelay.canalavist CN KR hk.DVRelay.canalavist HK* vn.DVRelay.canalavist VN PH th.ru.studio1.canalavist th.rm.studio1.canalavist ph.DVRelay.canalavist th.DVRelay.canalavist TH th.psu.studio3.canalavist MY my.DVRelay.canalavist ID au.uniX.studio3.canalavist id.DVRelay.canalavist CanalAvist Operation JP CN KR th.ru.studio1.canalavist receive unicast DVTS at 6-30 Mbps via IPv4 th.rm.studio1.canalavist receive unicast DVTS at 6-30 Mbps via IPv6 HK* VN PH TH Send unicast DVTS at 6-30 Mbps via IPv4/IPv6 to au.DVRelay.canalavist MY SG* SG* sg.DVRelay.canalavist th.psu.studio3.canalavist receive multicast DVTS at 6-30 Mbps via IPv6 ID Relaying DVTS and send multicast at 30 Mbps via IPv6 to TEIN2 network Type of CanalAvist Studio Studio1: Receive only Studio2: Send only Studio3: Send and Receive AU AU au.DVRelay.canalavist

  21. jp.DVRelay.canalavist cn.DVRelay.canalavist kr.DVRelay.canalavist hk.DVRelay.canalavist vn.DVRelay.canalavist th.ru.studio1.canalavist th.rm.studio1.canalavist ph.DVRelay.canalavist th.DVRelay.canalavist th.psu.studio3.canalavist my.DVRelay.canalavist id.DVRelay.canalavist CanalAvist Operation (Cont.) JP CN KR th.ru.studio1.canalavist receive unicast DVTS at 6-30 Mbps via IPv4 th.rm.studio1.canalavist receive unicast DVTS at 6-30 Mbps via IPv6 HK* VN PH TH Send multicast DVTS at 6-30 Mbps via IPv4/IPv6 to au.DVRelay.canalavist MY SG* sg.DVRelay.canalavist th.psu.studio3.canalavist receive multicast DVTS at 6-30 Mbps via IPv6 ID au.uniX.studio3.canalavist Relaying DVTS and send multicast at 30 Mbps via IPv6 to TEIN2 network Type of CanalAvist Studio Studio1: Receive only Studio2: Send only Studio3: Send and Receive AU au.DVRelay.canalavist

  22. CN NOC AS4538 KR NOC AS9270 HK NOC AS… SINET AS2907 VN NOC AS24175 JP NOC AS7660 WIDE AS2500 TIEN2 AS24490 IPv6 Multicast ThaiSARN AS3836 TH NOC AS24475 AU NOC AS7575 UniNET AS4621 MY NOC AS24514 PH NOC AS… AIT AS4764 SG NOC AS23864 ID NOC AS… NUS AS7610 NTU AS9419 Solution DVRelay Unicast Multicast Unicast/Multicast

  23. CanalAVIST --> • Next Generation Global Education • Opensource and Open Courseware • On-demand repository of educational/research VDOs • Global classrooms

  24. Roles of CanalAVIST • Tele-lecture event scheduling and resource management (multicast addresses for lectures) • Facilitate members’ tele-lecture activities • Develop and maintain stable E-education platform for members • Co-ordinate with network NOC teams IP multicast on TEIN2 to ensure stable operation • Promote the use of tele-lectures in the community

  25. Sustainability: Membership Model • Open toTEIN2 and/or ASEAN member institutions • Institutions • Colleges and Universities; • Not-for-Profit organizations; • Foundations; • Private Corporations; and • Selected Governmental Agencies.

  26. Benefits for CanalAVIST Member • Providing resources for the benefits of learners and researchers; • Featuring extensive portfolio with a programme of events and; • Sharing highly valuable cross-cultural and cross-national learning and experience; and • Allowing learning on-demand in a cost effective way.

  27. Types of Members • Content Providers (Sending & Receiving) • Share/contribute curriculum materials and resources; • Enjoy access and utilize services and resources; • Enrich teaching opportunities, expand venues for staff development; and • Empower educators working in their own country to bring distance learning to a wider population. • Users (Receiving) • Access the materials and talks available on CanalAVIST wherein 24x7 technical support provided.

  28. Contact: Internet Education and Research Laboratory (intERLab) Asian Institute of Technology, P.O.Box 4, Klong Luang, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2525 6611/6613 Fax: +66 (0) 2524 5375/6618 Administration: info@canalavist.org Technical: tech@canalavist.org URL: http://www.canalavist.org

  29. Thank you

  30. AIT, Thailand ENST, France Keio U, Japan Stanford, USA Mozilla Event, 15/09/07