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IPv6 Development in CSTNET. Xiaodan Zhang Computer Network Information Center ,CAS 27 th APAN Kaosiung Mar. 2-6, 2008. Agenda. Background. 1. CNGI/IPv6. 2. 3. Application. 3. Next step. Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

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ipv6 development in cstnet

IPv6 Development in CSTNET

Xiaodan Zhang

Computer Network Information Center ,CAS

27thAPAN Kaosiung Mar. 2-6, 2008

agenda
Agenda

Background

1

CNGI/IPv6

2

3

Application

3

Next step

a glance at cas
A Glance at CAS
  • Founded on Nov. 1, 1949
  • A leading academic institution and comprehensive research and development center in natural science, technological science and high-tech innovation in China
  • Highest national advisory body in S&T
  • Total staff: +54,500, of whom 40,200 are scientific personnel
  • +45,000 visiting scholars, post-doctors, and graduates
  • 12 branches
  • 91 institutes
  • 10 supporting units (CNIC,Graduate School and USTC,…)
cnic at a glance
CNIC at a glance
  • Founded in April 1995
  • Establishing with the growth of China Internet
  • An IT supporting and research institution for sustainable construction, operation and services of CAS’ informatization (e-Science + ARP)
  • A R&D base for next generation Internet technologies
cnic departments
CNIC Departments

China Science & Technology Network(CSTNET)

Scientific Data Center

Supercomputing Center

ARP Information Resources Center

CNNIC

Collaborative Environment Research Center

Online Popular Science Education Center

cstnet overview
CSTNET Overview
  • China Science and Technology Network (CSTNet)
  • the pioneer to open the first link to Global internet in 1994 and One of the earliest internet networks in China
  • the academic and research networks in China to support advanced science applications and research on next generation Internet
  • Cover more than 20 provinces, 100+ institutes, and 1,000,000 end users
slide11

CSTNET

Haerbin

Xinjiang

Changchun

Shenyang

Beijing

TianJin

Dalian

Xining

Shijiazhuang

Qingdao

Shanxi

Lanzhou

Nanjing

Xian

Korea

Shanghai

Yangbajing

Hefei

Wuhan

Japan

Chengdu

Ningbo

USA2

Lasa

Figure

Changsha

Fuzhou

2.5G/sline

Guiyang

Kunming

Taiwan

1G/sline

Shenzhen

Guangzhou

Xishuangbanna

HongKong

155M/sline

< 34M/s line

CSTNET

changing science environment new demands on network

General access to international collaborators, and the global Internet

Core and all the way: to the attached computing and storage systems

Accommodate the expanding geographic reach of collaborations

for the large-scale grid applications

multiple, reservable, guarateed bandwidth circuits

Changing Science Environment ,New Demands on Network
next generation network strategy
Next-generation Network Strategy
  • CNGI&CSTNET2
  • BJLight
  • GLORAID
  • HKOEP
agenda1
Agenda

Background

1

CNGI/IPv6

2

3

Application

3

Next step

slide16
CNGI
  • the world's largest IPv6 network
    • Cover 20 major cities, consist of 40 core nodes and 300 CPN
    • building a national innovative information infrastructure,
    • offering a platform for the provision of basic research and technology development environment.
  • CNGI progress
    • Phase one:From 2003 to end of 2005, build the network
    • Phase two:From 2006 to 2010, large scale deployment throughout China

CSTNET

cngi 38 gigapops
CNGI 38 GigaPoPs

HeiLongJiang

JiLin

长春

NeiMengGu

沈阳

XinJiang

LiaoNing

北京

GanSu

天津

HeBei

NingXia

ShanXi

济南

ShaanXi

QingHai

ShanDong

兰州

郑州

JiangSu

西安

HeNan

南京

AnHui

合肥

SiChuan

上海

XiZang

HuBei

武汉

成都

杭州

重庆

ZheJiang

JiangXi

长沙

FuJian

HuNan

GuiZhou

厦门

YunNan

昆明

TaiWan

GuangDong

广

GuangXi

CERNET

CHINA TELECOM(中国电信)

HongKong

深圳

CNC/CSTNET (中国网通/中科院)

HaiNan

CHINA MOBILE (中国移动)

CHINA UNICOM (中国联通)

CHINA TIETONG (中国铁通)

CSTNET

missions of cstnet in cngi
Missions of CSTNET in CNGI
  • CSTNET/China Netcom establish 7 GigaPoPs among 38 GigaPOPs
  • The access of IPv6 network for 100 disciplinary research networks and institutes

- Disciplinary research networks : about 30 networks cover many specific areas, most of them in Beijing

- Institutes: more than 60 institutes around china, most of them are institutes in CAS

  • Connection Bandwidth

- At Least 1G (1G/10G)

  • Circuit Resource: Optical Fiber are provided in Beijing and Local Connection in Sub-center for further expansibility--BJlight
slide19

CAS/CNC CNGI Core Network Topology

changchun

shenyang

Beijing

Lanzhou

Shanghai

Chengdu

Core nodes

10Gbps

Guangzhou

2.5Gbps

CSTNET

slide20

Distribution of CNGICPNfor Research Institutes

Xinjiang(3)

Jilin(3)

Liaoning(3)

Beijing(63)

Lanzhou(4)

Nanjing(3)

Xi’an(1)

Shanghai(9)

Chendu(4)

Hefei(1)

Wuhan(2)

Core nodes

Kunming(2)

CPN

Guangzhou(3)

10Gbps

2.5Gbps

IPv6 Over IPv4 tunnel

CSTNET

update bjlight done
Update---BJLight Done
  • the project of CNGI
  • Having optical fiber connections with nearly 30 national science and technology networks , it covers many scientific areas
  • A exchange center on scientific data in China
  • Provide a platform to Promote national and international scientific cooperation and applications
  • Scalable: rich resources, dark fibers in Beijing (N*10G),connect to customer GE
  • Every Structure has IPv6 Web sevives
resources on bjlight
Resources on BJLight
  • China environmental Science Network
  • Chinese Area Integration science and technology Data Sharing Network
  • National Science and technology Library Network
  • Research of Petroleum Processing Network
  • National Center for Nanoscience and Technology Network
  • National Metrology Science Network
  • China Academy of Railway Sciences Network
  • China Water Resources and hydropower Research Network
  • Genomics Science Network
  • China Academy of Telecommunication Technology Network
  • Network of Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Network
  • Architectural Design Science Network
  • China Earthquake Data Center
  • China meteorological Data Sharing Network
  • China topography Science Data Sharing Network
  • China Forestry Data Sharing Network
  • Data-Sharing Network of Earth System Science
  • Network of Science on State Land and Resource
  • Sustainable Development Information Center
  • Geognosy and Mineral Resource Data Sharing Network
  • Chinese Medical and Health Network
  • China Communications Science Network
  • Basic Science Date Center
  • Advanced Manufacturing and Automation Network
  • China Hydrology Science Network
  • Chinese Academy of Agriculture Sciences Network
agenda2
Agenda

Background

1

CNGI/IPv6

2

3

Application

4

Next step

big science projects
Big Science Projects

Cold Storage Ring of Heavy Ion Accelerator

Beijing Synchrotron Radiation Source

LAMOST

Tokamak Device

astronomy real time vlbi
Astronomy— Real-time VLBI
  • Sheshan---JIVE---Australia 2007.8
  • Sheshan---Australia---Japan 2008.6
high energy research grid

GLORIAD

High-energy Research Grid

Yangbajing Global Astroparticle-Physics Research Station

web based public science education
Web-based Public Science Education
  • Science Museums of China
    • www.kepu.net.cn
    • 60+ Chinese Virtual Mesuems
    • 10+ English Virtual Mesuems
    • more than 20k users per day

e-Science Applications

museum of ceramics
Museum of Ceramics

e-Science Applications

agenda3
Agenda

Background

1

CNGI/IPv6

2

3

Application

4

Next step

more applications over ipv6
More Applications over IPv6

Large scale deployment throughout China

  • Scientific Data Grid
  • Super Computing Grid
  • eVLBI
  • High Energy Physics
  • Virtual Observatory
  • Remote sensing
  • Web-based public science education
  • CADAL
  • Other networked remote applications