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  • 1. NJEDge.Net DRG/VRG Meeting Jim Stankiewicz Verizon October 26, 2006
  • 2. Optical Network Core
  • 3.  
  • 4.  
  • 5. Network L2/L3 Core
  • 6.  
  • 7.
    • Core Components
    • Cisco 6500 Series with Redundant Processors
      • Dual 4000 Watt Power Supplies
      • 2 10GIGE Ports for North/South Connectivity
      • 2 24 Port Line Cards
      • 1 SIP Modules for ATM SPA an GIG SPA Interface
      • Plenty of Room for Expansion
  • 8.
    • Network Access Methods
        • ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode
        • For Members who cannot obtain SES
        • 2 ATM OC-3’s In Newark
    • 1 ATM OC-3 In Camden
    • SES Switched Ethernet Service
    • 2 1 Gig Trunks in Newark
    • 1 1 Gig Trunk In Camden
    • Dark Fiber
      • Dark Fiber Members will terminate on a dedicated
      • Switchport
      • Ports will be rate Limited
  • 9.  
  • 10.
    • Typical Member Ordering a SES connection
        • 1 Physical Circuit
        • 1 EVC (VLAN) SEGP Members
        • 2 EVC’s (VLAN) for Direct I2 Members
        • Each EVC supports Multiple Classes of Service
        • BE, PD, Real-Time
        • Bandwidth needs to be allocated by Class of Service
        • The new network connection is now a converged pipe where Voice, Data and Video can now exit. QOS is very important
  • 11. This will reduce complexity in routing Member will only receive a default route
  • 12.  
  • 13.
    • Transition
      • Video Portal
      • Members
      • Internet 2
      • Internet 1
  • 14.
      • Video Portal
          • The Video Portal will maintain a connection to both Networks for MCU based H.323 Video Conferencing and Marratech Web Conferencing
          • Cisco Gatekeepers will continue to Function in the same manner
          • Web Commander
          • Transitioned to New Platform Managed by the Portal
          • Web Commander is running release 7.5.13
          • Polycom MCU is running Release 7.5.0.52
    • MGC-100 / MCU Capacity
    • 24 384K Participants Per H.323 Card (4 Cards)
      • in Audio Switched Mode
      • 12 Maximum in Continuous Presence
      • 7 384k ISDN Participants
  • 15.
    • New MeetingPlace Reservation Template
        • For Adding Audio Participants to a conference
      • Select MeetingPlace Participant in the ISDN folder
      • Select the Marratech Participant from same folder
      • Support for [email_address]
      • Support for HD conferences with Lifesize
      • Auto Redial for H.323 on Initial Call Setup
    • H.239
          • Used in conjunction with visual concert and a Laptop to display a Powerpoint
          • Supported by MCU
          • Works with Tandberg and Polycom
    • Transcoding Support defaults to H.261 Codec
  • 16.
    • Portal Gatekeepers Two7206’s IOS 12.3.17a
    • Video Portal Endpoint
      • 130.156.34.6 GDS 0019734120002
      • 151.198.208.113 GDS 0019734120075
      • 130.156.34.22 GDS 0019734120001
    • NJEDge Test Endpoints
      • 128.235.240.17 GDS 0019735965403
      • 128.235.240.16 GDS 0019735965401
      • 128.235.240.18 GDS 0019735965402
    • Root Gatekeepers are being changed in I2
    • Internet 2 Test Site
      • Place a call @ 384K only to 0011897001234
    • ANJ Scheduling
      • ANJ Members are added to WebCommander on an as needed basis
  • 17.
          • Marratech
            • Marratech is Web Collaboration Tool for K-20
            • Marratech is running on MAC OSX Server Managed by the Portal
            • Supports MAC’s Linux and Windows Clients
            • Minimal Support for H.323
            • Please visit the ANJ Website for Firewall Information
      • New Number for Video issues only 973-497-9765
  • 18.
    • Firewall
        • Currently working thru CheckPoint PIX and Netscreen
      • Minimum Release for PIX 6.3.3
      • Multicast Support Release 3.1.1
      • Firewall Issues
  • 19.
    • Multicast Support
        • Policy from Original draft document will be followed for
        • Members participating in Multicast.
        • Directly Connected Internet 2 members will peer directly
        • with MAGPI
        • Members with own ASN will need to use Glop Calculator
        • To determine Public Multicast address
        • SEGP Members will be assigned a Public Multicast Address
        • How does the membership plan on using Multicast ?
  • 20.
    • Member Items
      • Video H.323 Conferencing Systems
        • Minimal if any changes
      • Edge Router Configuration changes
          • Review Capacity of Router
          • Interfaces
          • Routing
      • Flexibility in Scheduling
          • Plan to allocate about 2 Hours
      • Hot Cut
          • This means we will disconnect from old connect to new
          • At the same time
      • Test Plan
          • Test access to common sites
          • Perform a Video Test Call
      • IP Addressing
      • Addresses allocated from 130.156.0.0/16
      • Will be re-assigned to your School
  • 21.
    • Internet 2
    • Connection to MAGPI via Gig Trunk
    • Connection maintained thru Rutgers during
    • transitioning of Members to new network
    • Current Direct Internet 2 Members will connect via vlan
    • and Peer directly with MAGPI
    • Core Network will Peer with MAGPI for SEGP members
  • 22.
    • Internet 1
      • New Gigabit Connection to UUNET(Verizon)
      • Traffic will be policed based on contract
      • NJEDge may set policy allowing peak to exceed contract
      • Your Current Internet connection will be disconnected
      • Traffic will flow thru new network for internet
      • All routes will be advertised as allocated no summarization
      • Members who are already multi--homed can maintain both
      • connections but must take full table from Core
      • 240K Routes from I1 and 10K Routes from I2
      • Most Members will receive a Default Route