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The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums
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The challenge of integrating the networks of 3 University Museums

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How the Ashmolean, Pitt Rivers and University Museums, in cooperation with the Computing Services, implemented a joint Firewall and set up cross-museum wireless access, via a Fortigate 200B cluster, …

How the Ashmolean, Pitt Rivers and University Museums, in cooperation with the Computing Services, implemented a joint Firewall and set up cross-museum wireless access, via a Fortigate 200B cluster, Aerohive Access Points and many Gliffy diagrams

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  • 1. The Challenge of Integrating the Networks of Three University Museums Jonathan Moffett : Ashmolean Anjanesh Babu : Ashmolean Sarah Phibbs : OUMNH Haas Ezzet : Pitt Rivers ICTF 2012 5 July 2012 1
  • 2. Museum 1: Ashmolean http://www.ashmolean.org 2
  • 3. Museum 2 : Natural History Museum http://www.oum.ox.ac.uk 3
  • 4. Museum 3 : Pitt Rivers Museum http://www.prm.ox.ac.uk 4
  • 5. What we do •  Collections Management •  Academic Research •  Displays / Exhibitions •  Education / Outreach •  University Teaching •  Events •  Collections Online 5
  • 6. Visitors •  Visitor Numbers : around 2 million •  Around 3 million virtual visitors •  Free to visit •  300 - 400 staff •  6.5 FTE ICT Staff 6
  • 7. Why Integrate our Networks? •  Security Considerations •  Museums Reviews •  External funding •  Greater access to collections
  • 8. Ashmolean Natural History Pitt Rivers The Museum Networks in 2010 in house 8
  • 9. Challenges •  Accommodate the variations •  Resources •  F unding (ACE / Renaissance ) •  Maintaining operational continuity
  • 10. Solutions: Option 1: Stand alone FW 1! FW 2! FW 3!
  • 11. Solutions: Option 2: mix match FW 1! FW 2! FW 3!
  • 12. Solutions: Option 3: match mix FW 1! FW 2! FW 3!
  • 13. Solutions: Option 4: Working Together QinQ c o r e QinQ 13
  • 14. Scale of the problem Natural History Museum Pitt Rivers The Ashmolean 1 mile 14
  • 15. OUCS : The Front Door System OUM-Frodo QinQ Site Default VLAN The Ashmolean Other vlans QinQ QinQ OUMNH Ash-Frodo PRM-Frodo 802.1Q Trunks QinQ VLAN Aggregator Site VLANS Site Default VLAN Other vlans PRM 15
  • 16. Firewall Hardware Core Switch : Cisco 3750-X FORTIGATE 200B FORTIGATE 200B Active Firewall Passive Firewall FORTIANALYSER 100C Mains Power Mains Power Eaton EA 1000VA 2U Eaton Source Switching Eaton EA 1000VA 2U 16
  • 17. Fortinet: Advantage VDOM 1 VDOM 2 VDOM 3 One Physical Unit 17
  • 18. Fortinet: did we get this right? 2010 2012 18
  • 19. Aerohive advantages : wireless •  Single WPA2 network – multiple vlans •  Distributed architecture (‘the Hive’) •  Mesh network PPSK •  Feature rich •  Cost effective 19
  • 20. Aerohive: Single SSID: Multiple VLans WPA2 – PSK SSID PRM– User list Ash – MAC filter PRM VLAN OUM – MAC filter OUM– User list OUM VLAN PRM – MAC filter ASH – user list Ash VLAN 20
  • 21. Getting the tingles •  Wireless Network growing •  Static devices up •  Reduction in number of attacks •  Visibility into usage patterns •  Simplified management 21
  • 22. A recap of how we were before ........ in house 22
  • 23. Where we are now: Service Layers edge ?
  • 24. Reduce the Chatter DNS DHCP 0101010100101101010100101010101011 Core DNS 0101010100101111 DHCP 24
  • 25. Push to the Edge the future Push IT Expertise to the edge 25
  • 26. User-Savvy Tech •  Not tech savvy users •  Simpler tools to get things done - e.g. codiqa, online noCode app development •  This is the future we are anticipating •  Enablers for change 26
  • 27. Eternally grateful to •  Alistair James (OUCS Network Operations Manager) •  Pierre Ramsay (OUCS Network Control) •  Mark Siddle (Network Operations) •  Stephen Madeley (Network Operations) •  Christopher Burchell (Network Operations) •  Entire OUCS Networks team •  Oxford University IT Support Staff Group 27
  • 28. Any Questions ? 28

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