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Connecting to National LambdaRail 6/23/2004 Debbie Montano Director, Development & Operations debbiem@nlr.net : 

Connecting to National LambdaRail 6/23/2004 Debbie Montano Director, Development & Operations debbiem@nlr.net

NLR Is…: 

NLR Is… Infrastructure for Research & Education Multiple networks… to start: Owned fiber (20 years) nationwide Layer 1 DWDM Optical Infrastructure (production) – supporting up to 40 10 Gig lambdas Layer 2 GigE network (production) Layer 3 IP network (experimental? production?) Lambdas to support additional Layer 2 and 3 experimental (or production) networks Possibility of fiber to support additional experimental Layer 1 infrastructure

Connecting to NLR: 

Connecting to NLR NLR is multiple infrastructures/networks Layer 1 Optical Infrastructure 10 Gig lambdas (10 GE or OC192) Layer 2 GigE Network 1 GigE client ports Utilized 10GE lambdas between switches Layer 3 IP Network 10 GE port for each NLR member

Layer 1 Connection Points 10 Gig waves can begin or terminate at any NLR optical terminal, optical add drop multiplexer (OADM), or regeneration site. The complete list of such sites is:: 

Layer 1 Connection Points 10 Gig waves can begin or terminate at any NLR optical terminal, optical add drop multiplexer (OADM), or regeneration site. The complete list of such sites is:

Primary NLR Layer 1 Location by NLR Member: 

Primary NLR Layer 1 Location by NLR Member

Primary NLR Layer 1 Location by NLR Member (Continued): 

Primary NLR Layer 1 Location by NLR Member (Continued)

Layer 1 - 10 Gig Lambdas: 

Layer 1 - 10 Gig Lambdas Framing: 10 Gigabit Ethernet LAN PHY or OC192 15454 transponder cards configurable to 10GE or OC-192 15808 use dedicated 10GE or OC192 cards (OC-192 require two slots vs 1 for 10GE) 10GE is “preferred” for NLR waves, but OC-192 can be ordered and supported.

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Layer 2 – Proposed GigE Network Topology

Layer 2 - GigE: 

Layer 2 - GigE 1 GigE “circuits” Cisco 6509/7609 Ethernet switches 10 Gig backbone connections between switches Switches located at important location for each member plus network intersection points Modest additional charge for each 1 GigE path dedicated to members use Connect at any NLR GigE switch location Can have start and/or end of each 1 GigE circuit anywhere – does not have to be at the GigE switch in member’s territory

Layer 2 / GigE Connection Points: 

Layer 2 / GigE Connection Points

Layer 2 / GigE Connection Points (Continued): 

Layer 2 / GigE Connection Points (Continued)

Proposed IP Network (Draft): 

Proposed IP Network (Draft)

Layer 3 -- IP Network: 

Layer 3 -- IP Network Cisco Core routers 10 Gig backbone lambdas One 10GE port for each NLR member Included with NLR membership at no extra charge Connect at NLR router in territory or via NLR provided backhaul to nearest router (outside territory)

IP Network Connection Points: 

IP Network Connection Points

IP Network Connection Points: 

IP Network Connection Points

Connecting to NLR: 

Connecting to NLR Must come to NLR “MetaPOP” Suite/colo in fiber provider POP (e.g. Level3) Can bring permanent fiber into the NLR suite Examples: PNWGP in Seattle Southern LambdaRail (SLR), aka Georgia Tech in Atlanta Or simple fiber cross-connect

NLR Support: 

NLR Support NLR Network Operations Center (NOC) noc@nlr.net 866-657-9283 (866-nlr-wave) http://noc.nlr.net http://www.nlr.net Debbie Montano – “member liaison” Director, Development & Operations Steve Cotter NLR Implementation Manager, scotter@internet2.edu NLR Experiments Support Center Mark Johnson, MCNC (under development) NLR Engineering Committee Dave Reese, Chair, dave@cenic.org

Questions? Thank You! Debbie Montano Director, Development & Operations debbiem@nlr.net www.nlr.net noc.nlr.net : 

Questions? Thank You! Debbie Montano Director, Development & Operations debbiem@nlr.net www.nlr.net noc.nlr.net

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