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  1. Development of IPv6 Testbed Shin-ichi Nakagawa, A. Machizawa, T. Sakurada, Y. Kitaguchi, M. Katsumoto and K. Sugiura E-mail: snakagaw@crl.go.jp

  2. Access line bandwidth and Backbone trafficfor the 20million terminals 3-5 year 5-7 year current

  3. The Japan Gigabit Network and CRL network for the Domestic Network Configuration

  4. Draft Configuration of Japan Gigabit Network at Nov, 1998 Concept Provided by MPT, TAO. Backbone Network OC12 No. of Peripheral Connecting Point = 32 points Research oriented operation. Initially it will be provided as the native ATM network and IP over ATM.

  5. The Gigabit Network Map Appendix-5 Hokkaido University 600M Sapporo NS8000(ATM Switch/ Connecting Node) Gigabit-Class Link GX550 (ATM Switch) 150M Hokkaido Telecom Center NS8000(ATM Relay Switch) CISCO7513 ASX1000(ATM Connecting Node ) CISCO7507 ATOMIS7(ATM Connecting Node ) University of Iwate Niigata University Nagano City FULNET CENTER 150M Matsumoto Software Development Center Note: This map is subject to change. 600M Ishikawa High-Tech Conference Center Tohoku University Toyama Total Information Center Sendai Teleport Okayama Building 50M 150M 150M Kitakyusyu Support Center of Communication Research and Development Shimane Prefecture Hiroshima University Aizu University 150M 150M 150M 150M 50M 150M 150M 150M 50M Sendai City Information and Industry Plaza Ne!t U Kanazawa Nagano Tenjin 150M Okinawa Support Center of Communication Research and Development Okayama 150M Tenjin 150M Tokyo University 50M 600M NetCom Saga Steering Council 600M NOC Otemachi 150M Yamanashi Open Research Development Center Keihanna Support Center of Communication Research and Development 150M Awaji Kyusyu University Nagoya 50M Yokosuka TeleCom Research Park Tsukuba Support Center of Communication Research and Development 150M 150M Tokushima University 50M Takamatsu 600M Awaji 150M Waseda University 600M 150M Kyoto University 150M 150M 150M NextKagawa Osaka University 150M Otemachi 600M 50M 150M The University of Electro-Communications 50M Nara Institute of Science and Technology Softpia Japan Center Nagoya University University of Shizuoka Mie Prefectural College of Nursing National Center for Science Information Systems

  6. JGN JGN-POP JGN-POP JGN-POP IMnet CRL Experimental Network Exchange Site A Site B Site C WIDE APAN TRANSPAK APII testbed Singapore AI3 GENESIS Korea JEG STARTAP HongKong Indonesia Leuk Switzerland Europe Thailand CERN IGR Logical Structure of Japan Next Generation Internet Test-beds

  7. CRL and JGN • Cooperatively promoting the Next Generation Internet Researching Activities with sharing the resources. • Backbone network from JGN, Access line for some peripheral user sites by CRL as based on cooperating research project of CRL. • CRL is now establishing the JP-TAP for connecting APII testbed, GENESIS, and AIII. • CRL committed the establishment of JGN community based on the results of AUP survey.

  8. CRL’s Activities in Global Collaborations (International Joint Research) - Network Research/Potential -Multimedia Comm. Tech. Research • G7/GIBN Project • APII/APAN Project • MVL Project International Collaborations

  9. G7/GIBN Project Global Interoperability for Broadband Networks Objective:To improve interconnectivity among ATM networks and international applications : To demonstrate potential of Information Society CANADA Satellite Networks ATM Networks Background: G7 Ministers Agreement (Feb. 1995) JAPAN ATM Networks ATM Networks ATM Networks Optical Networks U.S. EUROPE

  10. Japan-Canada Experiment (Oct.97- )(HDTV applications experiments) Remote Workshop on Cardiac Surgery (Feb. 98) INTELSAT Ottawa Univ. Heart Institute Tokai Univ. Hospital CRL(Tokyo) DS-3 CRC(Ottawa) STM-1 OC-3 NTT CANARIE ATM network networks Ottawa Tokyo KDD Teleglobe (Ibaraki) (Lake Cowichan)

  11. The 1st Videoconference Trial (CRL-Rennes, 24-26 Mar 98) CRL site: Mr Galligan(ESA), Mr Thomas(FranceTelecom), Mr Allovon(CNET), Dr Iida(CRL) etc. Rennes site Mr Herve, Maire de Rennes

  12. G360 Network in IST’98 (30 Nov-2 Dec 98) Intelsat 160E Main Site (providing programme input and questioning) Interactive Site (questioning enabled) 2M Eutelsat IIF3 Significant interconnection point Watchpoint Site Eutelsat 2M, TDMA CEC, Brussels, via MBONE Tokyo CRL Barcelona UPC Aveiro CET 2M, SMS Moscow IOC Yaroslavl YAR Public MBONE MBONE European Russia Other Spanish sites Amsterdam Aflenz G360 Control Centre & Studio GSL Madrid UPM TEN-34 Athens DEM Linz JKU 2M Novosibirsk NOV 2M Kiev KSN Tele-conference Room TEL Budapest BUD Basel ASP Digital Theatre DTV Mbone Siberian Russia Ljubljana IJS Minsk ACC Plenary Hall CERN Berlin DTB 2M Vienna Conference Centre ISDN Poznan POZ Uni Lausanne LAU Sion Frankfurt Leuk Ottawa CRC Uni Brno BRN Reykjavik ITR Berkeley UCB All links at 4Mbits/sec unless marked otherwise Prague CES

  13. APEC TELMIN3 DemonstrationJapan (CRL & NCC)-Singapore, June 4, 19983rd APEC Ministerial Meeting on the Telecommunications and Information Industry Dr. H. Jiang (CRL) and Dr. H. Oyama (NCC) at CRL site

  14. APII Technology Center(in CRL Kansai Advanced Res. Center) • International Joint Experiments by CRL • Network interconnection • Next-stage internet tech. • Mbone, RSVP, IPv6 • Video conference • Technological training

  15. Asian Area Internet configuration plan 1999- 45Mbps from 1998 by STA More than 30Mbps from, 1999 by MPT Japan Europe • USA Korea Around the Earth 360 Backbone Network China Hong Kong • Philippines Thailand Vietnam Malaysia Singapore Indonesia AIII (satellite link): 2Mbps APII(ATM): 2Mbps AIII (satellite: phase II) • Australia

  16. How to Use it? Several trials for Next Generation Media transport.

  17. Compression methods and bandwidth requirement. Ultra-HD HDTV class D1 DV Quality MPEG2 H.262 Videophony class MPEG1 Std-TV class H.261 100k 100M 10M 1M 1G Transport rate (bit/sec)

  18. Current JP-CA network configuration of Layer 0-3, 1999, Sep TransPAC APII-testbed AIII(Ku+C Band) Korea HongKong Malaysia Singapore Thailand Vietnam Indonesia Philippine China Digital Video

  19. Experiment of Digital Video transport between Okinawa and Tokyo. Experimental Network Okinawa-Tokyo

  20. DV Land demonstration at INET’2000 Okinawa(Naha) Sapporo DVTS CERN(Europe) Yokohama(Inet’2000) Kyushu(Kokura)

  21. IDC'99 Demonstration Koganei Osaka Kanazawa IDC'99 Digital Video Japan Gigabit Network Japan-European Gamma 2Mbps Real-time Synthesis

  22. Tele-education Experiment (CRL->JAIST) JAIST(JAIST->CRL) JAIST students(JAIST->CRL)

  23. Tele-education experiment (CRL->JAIST)

  24. Layer2 JGN Delay Map JGN network Delay Mapping Geographical Japan

  25. D1 over IP experiment <実験システム構成図> CRLKoganei D1(Non-comp.) : >200MbpsDV>35Mbps ATM Switch ATM Switch ATM Switch D1(NC,DV D1 &DV Client D1 server D1 Client Fibre Channel OC-3(155Mbps) ATM Qos OC-12(622Mbps)

  26. For the next step How to establish the Mind to Mind networking?

  27. Ancient Multi-layer Structure. How to use it??? Education Economics,. User Applications: Video Conference Highspeed dist. DB. Original Software Original Software Applications: Transport Layer: No inter operability middleware was exist. Policy Routing: Protocol Layer: Switching Layer: X.25, X.400, ATM , CDMA, … Ethernet, … Physical Layer: HSD, ISDN, ADSL, WLL… Optical fiber.

  28. Internet Multi-layer Structureat the beginning. How to use it??? Education, Economics, Music, Medicine... User Applications: Video Conference, simple text, Hyper text... Applications: WWW, wb, vic, vat, isabel, …. Transport Layer: TCP, UDP, IGMP, Policy Routing: Protocol Layer: Telephony, Internet... Switching Layer: Physical Layer: HSD, ISDN, Optical fiber.

  29. Novel Layer Structure for Next Generation Application Area Education, Economics, Music, Medicine... User Application: Video Conference, simple text, Hyper text... Application Basics: Html/http, SMIL, wb, vic, vat, isabel, …. Transport Layer: TCP, UDP, IGMP, Policy Controls: QoS, AUP, Reservation... Protocol Layer: InternetProtocol Switching Layer: IEEE1394, ATM , CDMA, Giga Ethernet, Physical Layer: HSD, ISDN, ADSL, Satellite, Optical fiber.

  30. Novel Layer Model for NGI Application Area Application Area Education, Economics, Music, Medicine... Education, Economics, Music, Medicine... Education, Economics, Music, Medicine... Education, Economics, Music, Medicine... User Applications: User Applications: Video Conference, simple text, Hyper text... Video Conference, simple text, Hyper text... Video Conference, simple text, Hyper text... Video Conference, simple text, Hyper text... Applications: Applications: WWW, WWW, wb wb , , vic vic , vat, , vat, isabel isabel , , … … . . WWW, WWW, wb wb , , vic vic , vat, , vat, isabel isabel , , … … . . Transport Layer: Transport Layer: TCP, UDP, IGMP, TCP, UDP, IGMP, TCP, UDP, IGMP, TCP, UDP, IGMP, Policy Routing: Policy Routing: AUP, Interconnectivity, Gateway... AUP, Interconnectivity, Gateway... Protocol Layer: Protocol Layer: Telephony, Internet... Telephony, Internet... Telephony, Internet... Telephony, Internet... Switching Layer: Switching Layer: X.25, X.400, ATM , CDMA, X.25, X.400, ATM , CDMA, … … Ethernet, Ethernet, … … Physical Layer: Physical Layer: HSD, ISDN, Optical fiber. HSD, ISDN, Optical fiber. HSD, ISDN, ADSL, Satellite HSD, ISDN, ADSL, Satellite … … Optical fiber. Optical fiber. - Conventional Model NGI-Model Actual World Actual World Internet Literacy Extra-Internet User Community Internet User Community Policy Layer2 Topology

  31. What is Next Generation Internet? • IP Technology Progression is still active. • We are making the Next Generation • IETF model: propose, implementation, harmonization, standardization • IP V6? • Remove address space limit of IP-V4 • Enable the more objective and flat architecture • Ultra High Speed Network? • Multi Gigabit? • With IP/WDM, IP/Photonic? • Limit of switching technology • Back-plane switching: 2-10Gigabit class at current. • Requirement?

  32. TAO of GIBN : • Sweat : Actual operation • Blood : Budget • Foot : Actual physical link • Brain: Essential suggestions • Life: Academic activity, Demonstrations • Voice: Policy making at the external world and coordination for general users • Or Coordination for weak users and researchers.