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  • 1. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k IP Networking over Satellite for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Dr. Klaus-P. Dörpelkus Global Government Solutions Group (GGSG) Cisco Systems http://www.cisco.com/go/space Santa Clara, July 1st 2007 Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1
  • 2. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Speaker Information Dr. Klaus-P. Dörpelkus Space Initiatives Europe & Emerging Markets Global Government Solutions Group Cisco Systems Inc. Tel.: +49 (0) 811 - 554 3112 Fax: +49 (0) 89 - 7499 7048 Cell: +49 (0) 172 - 832 3443 kdoerpel@cisco.com http://www.cisco.com/go/space Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2
  • 3. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k A Space Vision from a Networking Company One day, each and every manned and unmanned spacecraft, high altitude platform, unmanned aerial vehicle, airframe… will be a node on the network. Terrestrial and space communications will be indistinguishable. Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3
  • 4. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y CISCO Ground Space Merged Architecture (CGSMA) bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w A futuristic design of how the Internet can be deployed in space www.cisco.com/go/space w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k SSP1 SSP2 SSP3 LEGEND SLOT ARCHITECTURE SPACE-BASED Office building INTERNET Slot Architecture Slot •Satellites clustered into one geostationary slot IP Video/TV could increase the flexibility and viability of the fixed amount of geostationary positions available. Standardized Satellite Interfaces •Instead of launching larger satellites to provide IP Telephony • connections between different ISL increased power and services, multiple satellites satellites should be standardized to could occupy the slot to share resources and Satellite Service Providers (SSP) increase usability and flexibility of the services. network. Network •SSPs create networks out of their own ground •This architecture reduces single failure events, Management and space-based infrastructure. They then and allows part of the cluster to be upgraded when interconnect their networks to provide access to required at lesser cost and risk. Computer more customers and provide their current customers with greater services. Mobile Device Low Earth Office Worker Geostationary Orbit (LEO) Orbit (GEO) IP security Function The Cisco Ground Space Merged Architecture QOS based RF Transmission •This architecture is based on Cisco Systems’ 15 year vision for the development of a space- based Internet. IP Payload or Application •This architecture can stand alone or be viewed Inter Satellite Links (ISL) in conjunction with the Cisco Space Architecture •Satellites communicate via RF or for Commercial Services (CSACS). Optical links to inter-network IP based Space Qualified satellites. Router •Allows satellites to use multiple paths to communicate between themselves IP Based and the ground. Satellite Control •Facilitates resource sharing and collaboration between space assets. IP SATELLITE GEO Satellite •ISLs can be between LEO satellites in ARCHITECTURE same or disparate orbits, or even between GEO and LEO satellites. IP Satellite Architecture LEO Satellite • based satellites will allow IP SATELLITE SERVICE PROVIDER 1 efficiencies of scale, interoperability and (SSP1) management. Satellite Dish • elements of satellites will be All individually addressable via IP from payloads, positioning and power control, and interconnected via onboard Service Provider Network routing. Satellite Service Providers (SSP) •Satellites will become active nodes in PEP the network and play a role in the RF Inter •SSPs mange their terrestrial network, provision of services. It then becomes Satellite Link satellites, and satellite payloads via the same possible to place more features management suite. onboard satellites such as IP security, •Allows dynamic service provision and timely content services, and call control. Up/Down Satellite Link on demand services to be provisioned. USER • based payloads can then IP collaborate with other like payloads located within the satellite or collaborate over ISLs with payloads on separate Optical Inter LEO1 LEO2 PEP satellites. Satellite Link NOTE –This is a functional diagram and not to PEP scale or with correct orbit relationships. PEP Functionality Daniel Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4
  • 5. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Agenda § Motivation: - Disasters and Business Continuity - Satellite Communication & VSATs § IP in Space: Not a Lecture § A VSAT Module for Cisco‘ Integrated Services Routers s § Application Scenarios § IP-based instant and mobile Communications § Satellite Services § Conclusion and Summary Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5
  • 6. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Motivation Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6
  • 7. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Business Continuity - Cost of Downtime Average cost per hour Industry Application of downtime (US$) Financial Brokerage operations $ 7,840,000 Financial Credit card sales $ 3,160,000 Media Pay-per-view $ 183,000 Retail Home shopping (TV) $ 137,000 Retail Catalog sales $ 109,000 Transportation Airline reservations $ 108,000 Entertainment Tele-ticket sales $ 83,000 Shipping Package shipping $ 34,000 Financial ATM fees $ 18,000 Source: Contingency Planning Research, 2000 Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7
  • 8. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Distribution of Disasters Causes More than 25% of companies experienced a disruption averaging 8 hours = 1 business day (in the last 5 years) Terrorism Hurricane Lightning Hardware “ percent of U.S. 43 Software businesses never reopen after a disaster -- and 29 Tornado percent close within two Civil Unrest years”– Department of Labor Data Center Move Environment Power Outage Flood Network Fire Earthquake Bomb Miscellaneous Source: Comdisco Vulnerability index (USA data) Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8
  • 9. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k VSAT Communication in Brief § VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) technology is a bidirectional satellite communication that is very well positioned to support and deliver Ø Corporate Communication for e.g. document and video distribution for multi-branch enterprises (retail, finance, ...) Ø Business Continuity / Backup Service for enterprises to prevent from network outages Ø Disaster Recovery independent of (damaged) terrestrial infrastructures in case of natural disasters, power outages etc. Ø Mobile / Deployable Communication Services for enterprises (oil drilling, mining, construction) and governments (public safety, military) • A VSAT solution consists out of a hub station (large satellite dish operated by a Satellite Service Provider SSP), the space segement and small VSAT receive and transmit terminals at remote sites / branches Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9
  • 10. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Satellite Network Elements § Hub § Satellite § Remote stations (VSATs) Cash Register Serial SkyEdge Pro LAN Modem Serial Dial Backup SkyEdge IP PSTN Video SkyEdge Family SkyEdge Call LAN Hub Conferencing Public phone ATM/POS/ IP Lottery Courtesy: Gilat, 2006 Phone Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10
  • 11. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k The Traditional VSAT § VSAT = Very Small Aperture Terminal Very small satellite earth station Transmit & receive capabilities § A VSAT includes three major parts: Indoor Unit (IDU) - satellite modem operating at an intermediate frequency Outdoor Unit (ODU) - transmitter, receiver, high frequency Satellite dish - size varies from 60 cm to 2.4 meters Courtesy: Gilat and Satlynx, 2006 Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11
  • 12. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k IP in Space Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12
  • 13. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Non-Converged Architecture Applications Imagery C2 Voice Web Voice Email Voice Video WAN LAN Radio x4 Intranet Satellite Internet Wireless CD/DVD PSTN Fibre Bearers or Networks Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 13
  • 14. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Converged IP Architecture Imagery Applications Web Voice Instant Email Video Messaging „ is the Glue“ IP IP Wireless lite t PS ne Fib o r TN te Satel di In Ra re Bearers or Networks „The IP Hourglass“ Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14
  • 15. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .c .c Protocol Stack Layering and the .d o .d o c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Internet OSI Model TCP/IP stack classic theory actual practice application presentation application Email, FTP, ssh, (presentation?) web browsing… (session?) session (session?) TCP(+http?), UDP(+RTP), transport transport SCTP… IPv4 (dominant) network network IPv6 (on the up) IEEE 802, SONET, data link link/MAC Frame Relay (HDLC), etc… channel coding; physical physical Wire, Fiber, RF, etc… Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15
  • 16. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k TCP Connection Establishment § TCP uses a 3-way handshake scheme for connection establishment. § Connection Establishment as defined in RFC 2581: In order to prevent network congestion, TCP uses the slow-start mode during the start phase of a connection. Initially, the congestion window is set to 1, and a single data segment is transmitted. After return of each acknowledgment (ACK), the window size is increased by 1 segment. Thus, the window size grows exponentially, up to a maximum window size. Source Destination § Effects: - long duration of connection establishment using 3-way handshake - long duration of slow-start phase: For short connections, inefficient link usage. This is particularly disturbing when downloading Web pages, since here several short-term TCP connections are used. § Countermeasures (TCP Tuning): Larger initial window size (e.g. 4 segments) Persistent TCP connections for HTTP and Pre-fetching ... Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16
  • 17. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k IP and the Internet are not TCP § Internet has hundreds of protocols running over IP. TCP is just one protocol; many others (DNS, ssh, streaming video) use UDP instead. § TCP performs poorly over satellite. So? § TCP’ operating assumptions: Competition; loss is s congestion. Backoff ensures fairness. § Once outside our shared terrestrial Internet, TCP’ s assumptions become less useful. § Other protocols don’ share TCP’ design assumptions; t s have different delay limitations. Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 17
  • 18. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k TCP Acceleration (1) § A popular approach to address performance problems of TCP is called a „ Performance Enhancing Proxy“(PEP). It splits the communication path into 3 segments: standard TCP connection between the local application and the local PEP The space segment with a specialized “ inter PEP protocol”to transmit data across the satellite link (optimized and fine tuned) standard TCP connection between the peer PEP and the peer application local satellite local network PEP link PEP network § PEPs are available as standalone boxes; now becoming an add-on feature with other functionality. § Various types of TCP acceleration are described in IETF RFC 3135 and RFC 2488. § Sometimes, ‘ PEP’ perform a technique called spoofing in which they intercept the TCP s connection in the middle and send “ fake ACKs”to the source as if the gateway were the intended destination => not good! § Some TCP acceleration ‘ tricks’vanish as endhosts become more paranoid about being spoofed, security may become a problem as well. Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 18
  • 19. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k TCP Acceleration (2) Server PEP PEP Client application TCP proxy TCP proxy application TCP TCP TCP S-TCP S-TCP TCP TCP TCP IP IP IP IP IP IP IP IP Ethernet Ethernet sat link layer sat link layer Ethernet Ethernet Internet „Classical“TCP Satellite (tuned) TCP Small window e.g. bigger window „Classical“TCP Small window Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 19
  • 20. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic Alternative Transport Protocols for C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Space § Reliable UDP: basically an application adding windowing, ACKs and retransmission algorithms to UDP § Xpress Transport Protocol XTP: an open, high-speed transport protocol which runs over IP (optionally directly over the link layer), includes a NACK-based retransmission algorithm and a window size of up to 264 bits § Space Communications Protocol Standards (SCPS) http://www.scps.org: A suite of protocols especially designed for communications with space vehicles: SCPS File Protocol, SCPS-FP (FTP-based). SCPS Transport Protocol, SCPS-TP (TCP-based). SCPS Security Protocol, SCPS-SP, providing end-to-end security and integrity. SCPS Network Protocol, SCPS-NP, based on, but not interoperable with IP. Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 20
  • 21. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k A VSAT Module for Cisco’ s Integrated Services Routers Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 21
  • 22. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Integrated Services Router Models 3800 Series (modular) 45 Mbit/s Perfomance & Investment Protection 2800 Series (modular) 20 Mbit/s 1800 Series 4 Mbit/s 800 Series Hot Swap 2 Mbit/s Voice Call Processing (CME) Wireless Data & Security Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 22
  • 23. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Introducing the Integrated VSAT Module HQ outbound To Internet Service Provider PSTN u nd VPN n bo Integrated VSAT Branch i Module Office WAN Backup Video/Content Distribution Emergency Response Video Surveillance Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 23
  • 24. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Cisco’ VSAT Module Overview s § VSAT indoor unit (IDU) integrated on a Network Module § Connects to outdoor unit (ODU) using coaxial cable § Works in a star topology § Ku and Extended Ku, C & Extended Single Slot NM Form Factor C band § Works with GILAT-SkyEdge compatible hub § Supports up to 10 mbps of data in outbound direction (hub to VSAT) § Up to 2 mbps of data in inbound direction (vast to hub) C: 3.7 –4.2GHz, Ku: 10.95 –12.75 GHz Outdoor Unit (ODU) Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 24
  • 25. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Features of the VSAT Module § DVB Outbound, GILAT-SkyEdge proprietary FTDMA Inbound § Integrated TCP/HTTP acceleration § 2-way IP Unicast and Multicast connectivity Outbound Inbound DVB-S FTDMA § Dedicated Access (DA) for high priority traffic, like Voice § Centralized management from hub NMS § OSPF/EIGRP/PIM Support (Transparent tunneling) § Integrated Accelerated VPN and QoS Rx Tx Support DVB = Standard Digital Video Broadcasting T-Terrestial, S-Satellite FTDMA = Prorietary Frequency and Time Division Multiple Access Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 25
  • 26. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Application Scenarios Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 26
  • 27. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Primary WAN Service for Branch Offices § Two-Way Satellite Service Broadband WAN service (with dial backup) for rural/small/remote sites Often used where DSL is not available Satellite backup & content 2.5-50 Mb/s distribution service § Business Application Examples outbound for most offices Broadband IP Communications (VoIP) Primary WAN service Broadband business critical applications for small/rural offices (order entry, POS, billing, inventory) Up to 500 Kb/s inbound Broadband internet access Distribution of content from HQ § Benefits Single router at remote site integrates primary and backup WAN services Asymmetric bandwidth (2.5+ Mb/s outbound, 500 Kb/s inbound from HQ) can be shared by multiple remote sites Cost per site is comparable is DSL HQ Branch Offices Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 27
  • 28. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Business Video & Content Distribution § Broadband satellite distribution Live streaming video Video-on-Demand (VoD) Bandwidth intensive content –software updates, sales collateral etc. Multicast support 2.5-50 Mb/s § Business Application Examples outbound (send once, receive many) Corporate communications Training / E-learning Video display advertising Software & database distribution § Benefits Single router at remote site integrates content engine and satellite modules High speed distribution –2.5 Mb/s to 50 Mb/s outbound from HQ to remote sites Satellite is more economical than adding Terrestrial WAN terrestrial WAN bandwidth at each site Multicast optimizes bandwidth & cost HQ Branch Offices Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 28
  • 29. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Resilient Backup for Terrestrial WAN § Two-Way Satellite Service Backup for terrestrial WAN service, resilient to line cuts etc. § Business Application Examples 2.5-50 Mb/s Resilient IP Communications (VoIP) outbound Backup bandwidth Resilient business critical applications available to (order entry, POS, billing, inventory) multiple sites Resilient internet access Up to 500 Kb/s inbound § Benefits Single router at remote site integrates primary and backup WAN services Maintains business-connectivity when primary WAN fails Satellite service is resilient to common failures like line cuts Asymmetric bandwidth (2.5+ Mb/s outbound, 500 Kb/s inbound from HQ) can Terrestrial WAN be shared by multiple remote sites Cost per site is comparable to DSL X Branch HQ Offices Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 29
  • 30. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k WiFi Hotspots over Satellite § Two-Way Satellite Service Broadband WAN service for Public WLAN (WiFi) hotspots, temporary/rural/mobile sites § Business Application Examples WiFi Hotspots, including rural areas Construction sites & temporary event SP Data venues (concerts, mobile clinics, etc.) Center Rural sites without broadband access AZR/SSG/ § Benefits WiFi Hotspot Satellite-NM Single router at remote site integrates PWLAN (AZR/SSG) & satellite services Regional/global connectivity is virtually CAR SESM Billing independent of location Asymmetric bandwidth (2.5+ Mb/s outbound, 500 Kb/s inbound from HQ) can be shared by multiple remote sites Cost per site is comparable is DSL AZR/SSG/ WiFi Hotspot Satellite-NM Internet Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 30
  • 31. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Target Markets by Verticals Verticals Customer Examples Primary Applications Value adds with References Integrated VSAT Retail Big Retailers (Walmart, Video Streaming Content caching Costco Metro… ) WAN Backup Integrated VPN Financials Banks, Institutions, Business Continuity Integrated Security Citigroup Brokerage Firms features Content Distribution Isbank (TR) Federal/ FEMA, State Emergency, Business Continuity Enhanced VoIP, USPS Border Security, Police Integrated VPN, Government Mobile Comm Kit US Customs and Highly mobile 1 box Border Protection solution for ER Enterprise Large and Medium Business Continuity IP Services Advanced Auto Businesses Primary Connectivity for Easy migration from USPS remote branches dialup/ISDN to Satellite Distance Learning Industrial Construction Sites, Oil Temporary Connectivity, Deployable / mobile Valero Rigs, Mines Remote Data Acquisition Communication Centerpoint Energy Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 31
  • 32. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k IP-based Instant and Mobile Communications Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 32
  • 33. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Need for Instant and Mobile Communications § Businesses need it for staying Business operational during network Continuity outages caused by natural disasters or SP failures § Critical component of Disaster Recovery preparedness for State and Local governments Cisco iComm § Public Safety Agencies need mobile communications for acting fast and decisively Emergency Response Temporary § Connectivity needs for Communications Sites temporary sites iComm can be used to set up a temporary branch office. Public Safety agencies could use it as an extension to the Mobile Command Center. Mobile Command Center with Cisco IPICS iComm (Remote Site) Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 33
  • 34. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k The Cisco iComm solution § Plug n play operation in under 10 minutes § VSAT technology is tried and tested § Satellite coverage is available everywhere, Sky is the limit § Based on rich ISR feature set, Swiss- Knife of the networking world § Weighs under 200 pounds, auto- acquiring antenna, plug-n-play § Integrated Wireless Access Point and LMR Gateway functionality § All service built on top of IP, Interoperable and Scalable § Autonomous unit, independent power and connectivity Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 34
  • 35. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k iComm Kit Functionalities § Internet connectivity over satellite with TCP/HTTP optimization § VoIP with both Cisco IP Phones as well as Analog POTS Phones § Local Call Control with Call Manager Express § Local Voice mailbox § WiFi connectivity for data and voice § Simplified WLAN Management and Mesh Networking § Land Mobile Radio (LMR) over IP, radio interoperability with Cisco IPICS § Video/Content Distribution and Caching Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 35
  • 36. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k iComm System Architecture Portable GenSet iComm KIT HUB CISCO 3845 (CME and H323 GW ) 802.11 Wireless LMR on FXS Mesh Network Onboard E&M Port Internet Port PSTN FE Switch Softswitch at the Hub PRI Gateway LMR Base Centralized Station CCM PSTN Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 36
  • 37. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k iComm Components Hardened Case with Pelican Case with Auto-acquiring Antenna 1000 watt portable Router, Antenna Controller phones, radios and in a Fly Away case Generator and optional UPS connectors Weighs around 50lbs Weighs from 10-20lbs Weighs about 150lbs, Not shippable, fully populated based on number of Fedex shippable Consumer devices grade Connects to the Antenna Custom made to end user Connects to the antenna and power Generator specifications controller and VSAT module Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 37
  • 38. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Katrina Emergency Response Trailers § 30 Trailers deployed by USPS immediately after hurricane Katrina § 3 telephony endpoints and 3 POS stations per trailer § Used to set up Mobile Kiosks in affected areas through out Louisiana § Similar emergency communications sites were set up by Cisco volunteers at schools and hospitals Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 38
  • 39. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Satellite Services: Satlynx Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 39
  • 40. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Satlynx at a Glance Leading provider of two-way satellite broadband communication services throughout Europe • Ownership Fully owned subsidiary of General Electric (100 %) • Founded 2002 as a Joint Venture between SES, Gilat and Alcatel • Employees ~ 120 • Headquarter Luxembourg • Technical facilities Technical Operations Centers in Backnang (DE), Düsseldorf (DE), Betzdorf (LU) and Leuk (CH) • Market sectors Corporate, Government & Defense and Broadband. • Services Connect Solutions, Connect Global, Connect Wholesale • Applications in use Transactional, Credit card verification, SCADA, Internet access, Telephony, ERP, Disaster Recovery, Transportable, VPN, Point of Sale, Community Access, Broadcasting, Surveillance • Satellites in use Total use of about 20 different satellites including SES-ASTRA, SES-NSS, SES-AMC, ISS, PAS, Eutelsat, Yamal, etc. • Satellite Platforms Gilat, Alcatel, EMS, Comtech, Paradise, iDirect, SkyWAN, etc. • Portfolio Turnkey solutions: Equipment, Network Design and Operations, Installation, Maintenance, Technical support, etc. • Service Coverage Europe, Middle-East, Africa and global networks out of EMEA. • VSATs in operation Over 12,000 VSATs in direct operations Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 40
  • 41. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Satlynx SkyEdge Service Coverage SKYEDGE Service 307.2Ksps IB Rate E xp ress Hellas Sat A M1 75cm 52dBW 1W att 6.5dB /K 96cm 50dBW 1W att 4.5dB /K 96cm 50dBW 2W att 2dB/K 120cm 4 8d B W 1W att 2.5dB /K 120cm 46 dB W 2W att 2dB /K 180cm 43 dB W 2W att -1dB/K atul.m ittal@satlynx.com 30-9-2005 Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 41
  • 42. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Summary and Conclusions § Instant Mobile Communications is needed for Emergency Response, Business continuity and On Demand connectivity for Temporary Sites. § Satellite and especially VSAT communication can be used to respond to natural or man-made disasters and to provide continuity of businesses or operations. § IP has become the most important platform for communication and support of business processes. § Although there are issues with some protocols in the TCP/IP protocol suite efficient IP-based communication over satellites is possible. The integration of VSAT capabilities into IP networks is the next logical step. § iComm provides a portable and rapidly deployable IP-based Communications solution more information: http://www.cisco.com/go/isr http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6989/index.html Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 42
  • 43. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Thank you! Questions? Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 43
  • 44. H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 44