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4CNet Update June 30, 1999 Dave Reese Director, Network Planning & Development:  4CNet Update June 30, 1999 Dave Reese Director, Network Planning & Development “Building tomorrow’s networks today” The New Backbone:  The New Backbone QANH BAK QFRE QSTO QSD SAC QCHI QSV QSAL SLO WE Why?:  Why? Current DS-3 (45 Mbps) backbone nearing capacity - need more bandwidth Community College video project - need more bandwidth Research projects at some campuses - need more bandwidth More Bandwidth:  More Bandwidth Most current Sprint/AT&T DS-3 circuits being replaced by OC-3 (155 Mbps) OC-12 (622 Mbps) between Los Angeles and San Diego New vendor: Qwest (http://www.qwest.net/) More Reliability:  More Reliability Most of the backbone will move off CSU campuses into Qwest points of presence (“POPs”) Telco-quality facilities: UPS, generator, etc. Campuses will connect to Qwest POPs “It has to be done when?”:  “It has to be done when?” Western backbone: July 1999 Northern backbone: October 1999 Eastern backbone: October 1999 In the metro areas:  In the metro areas Pacific Bell providing OC-48 (2,400 Mbps) SONET rings in LA, SF, SD areas Connect CSU campuses, Qwest POPs at OC-3c, OC-12c Some campuses (LB, SB, POM, SON, HUM) are too ‘far’ from the rings to be included What’s SONET?:  What’s SONET? High-speed optical (fiber) networking Ring topology means that circuit failures don’t cause outages -- traffic re-routes around the ring in less than a second SONET rings:  SONET rings In the LA area...:  In the LA area... WE QANH FUL LA NOR DH To QSD To SLO To BAK SB POM LB To BAK CO CI And in San Francisco...:  And in San Francisco... QSV SJ SF HAY To QSAL To QSTO To QCHI HUM SON CMA And in San Diego:  And in San Diego QSD SD SM To QANH SDSC “It has to be done when?”:  “It has to be done when?” LA Ring - July 1999 Northridge, Los Angeles, Dominguez Hills, Fullerton SD Ring - July 1999 San Diego, San Marcos, UCSD/SDSC SF Ring - September 1999 Hayward, San José, San Francisco “It has to be done when?”:  “It has to be done when?” Pomona, San Bernardino, Long Beach - September 1999 Sonoma - already at OC-3 Humboldt - OC-3 pending telco facilities Connecting 4CNet to CalREN-2:  Connecting 4CNet to CalREN-2 At UCSD/SDSC - July 1999 At Anaheim - October 1999 Caltech, JPL, USC, UC Irvine, UCLA, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, USC/ISI Possibly at Sunnyvale - November 1999 UC Davis, UC San Francisco, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz, Stanford Related Upgrades: Abilene:  Related Upgrades: Abilene Abilene is a NSF-recognized High Performance Network Service CalREN-2 is connecting to Abilene in 3 locations Abilene fees (per institution): UCAID annual membership of $25K Abilene annual fee of $20K Pro-rated gigapop access fees from CalREN-2 The Big Picture:  The Big Picture We’re building the biggest university network in the country And making it better, faster, more reliable What’s next?:  What’s next? We would like to hear from you on how we can help you… Dave Reese, Director dave@csu.net Mark Crase, Senior Director mcrase@calstate.edu “Between saying and doing, many a pair of shoes is worn out”:  “Between saying and doing, many a pair of shoes is worn out” - Italian Proverb

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