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Abilene SEGP Update. Tennessee Statewide Network Planning Meeting Heather Bruning, Abilene Program Manager. May 13, 2003. Abilene Focus. Goals Enabling innovative applications and advanced services not possible over the commercial Internet

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abilene segp update

Abilene SEGP Update

Tennessee Statewide Network Planning Meeting

Heather Bruning, Abilene Program Manager

May 13, 2003

abilene focus
Abilene Focus
  • Goals
    • Enabling innovative applications and advanced services not possible over the commercial Internet
    • Backbone & regional infrastructure provides a vital substrate for the continuing culture of Internet advancement in the university/corporate research sector
  • Advanced service efforts
    • Multicast
    • IPv6
    • QoS
    • Measurement
    • Security
partnership approach
Partnership approach
  • The Abilene Network is a UCAID project done in partnership with
    • Cisco Systems (routers, switches, and access)
    • Juniper Networks (routers)
    • Nortel Networks (SONET kit)
    • Qwest Communications (SONET & DWDM circuits, co-location)
    • Indiana University (network operations center)
    • Internet2 Test & Evaluation Centers (ITECs)
      • North Carolina and Ohio
abilene may 2003
Abilene – May 2003
  • IP-over-DWDM (OC-192c) and IP-over-SONET backbone (OC-48c)
  • 48 direct connections (OC-3c  10-Gbps)
    • 2 10-Gbps (10 Gig Eth) connections
      • OC-192 SONET also supported
    • 7 OC-48c & 1 Gig Eth connections
    • 24 connections at OC-12c or higher
  • 222 participants – research univs. & labs
    • All 50 states, District of Columbia, & Puerto Rico
  • Expanded access
    • 76 sponsored participants and 27 state education networks
next generation abilene status
Next Generation Abilene status
  • 10 of 11 next generation router nodes in place
    • Deploying two racks in each location: Juniper T640 router & four measurement servers
    • OC-48c SONET interconnects to Cisco 12008 routers
    • Atlanta awaiting co-location site selection
    • Very pleased to date with new router performance and interoperability with 1st generation backbone
  • Transcontinental 10-Gbps ’s in place
    • Six ’s connected to network
      • DC-NYC-Chicago-Indy-KC-Sunnyvale CA-Los Angeles
  • ITEC network performance validation test
    • 8 Gbps of 2-way traffic (50% v4/v6 and 100% v6) transmitted transcontinentallywithout loss or reordering
abilene access
Abilene Access
  • Primary Participants – research universities, corporations, etc.
  • Affiliate & Corporate members
  • Sponsored Participants – individual locations

And now…..

  • SEGPs: Sponsored Education Group Participants
sponsored education group participant segp fundamentals
Sponsored Education Group Participant (SEGP) Fundamentals
  • SEGP status targeted at both developed and emerging state-based education networks
  • One or more Internet2 University Members in the same state act as sponsor(s)
  • Connectors take overall fiscal and operational responsibility for the SEGP
  • Periodic SEGP progress updates to Abilene required (e.g., how are SEGPs implementing advanced applications?)
segp inquiries
SEGP Inquiries
  • Alaska
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Massachusetts
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
segp connectivity survey fall 2002
SEGP Connectivity SurveyFall 2002
  • Survey Goals
    • Provide a high level view of the connectivity and enabled technologies within the SEGPs
    • Also, totals for the entire SEGP program (as of August 2002)
    • Provide contact information for pursuing additional information
    • The goal is NOT to provide a detailed site survey as this is too resource intensive and hard to maintain
segp connectivity survey summary of results fall 2002
SEGP Connectivity SurveySummary of Results (Fall 2002)
  • 62% of the state education networks can access the Internet2 backbone network at >155 Mbps
  • As of late 2002, there are 25 state k12/k20 networks participating connecting about 9800 K20 institutions –
    • 7173 k12 schools (73% of total)
    • 1482 public libraries (15% of total)
    • 551 community colleges (6% of total)
    • 526 four-year colleges and universities (5% of total)
    • 102 museums, zoos, aquariums, and science centers (1% of total)
  • For more information: http://k20.internet2.edu/segp/stateconnect/segpsurvey.shtml
segp process
SEGP Process
  • Sponsor(s) complete SEGP Application
  • SEGP Connector completes Abilene Connection Agreement Addendum
  • Connector submits SEGP routing information to UCAID at abilene@internet2.edu
  • UCAID reviews and approves routes and submits them to the Abilene NOC
  • Abilene NOC begins passing additional SEGP traffic on the network
  • Appoint Internet2 K20 Initiative Representatives
segp connector requirements
SEGP Connector Requirements
  • A Connector supporting the Sponsored Education Group Participant(s) must:
    • Maintain a 7x24 Network Operations Center (NOC)
    • Register its routing information and that of the Participant(s) in the Internet2 Routing Registry (I2db) or equivalent
    • Provide UCAID a quarterly report on the relative utilization of the Abilene connection by the SEGP
    • Assure compliance with the Abilene CoU by the Participant(s)
    • Inform the Participant(s) that Abilene does not provide transit to the commodity Internet
  • These steps will be implemented through an amended Abilene Connection agreement
segp related costs
SEGP Related Costs
  • Annual participation fee
    • $30,000 + $2,000 x (size of State’s U.S. House delegation)
    • Delegation size provides a readily auditable population metric
  • This annual fee
    • will be charged on a per-connecting organization, per-state basis
    • will be paid directly by the Abilene Connector on behalf of the Sponsored Participant
    • is not eligible for E-rate discount
contact information
Contact Information
  • On the Web
    • k20.internet2.edu/
    • abilene.internet2.edu/
  • Email
    • Heather Bruning: heather.bruning@internet2.edu
    • Abilene (general inquiries): abilene@internet2.edu
  • Phone
    • Heather Bruning: (734) 352-4955
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