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Getting I2 to the desktop
Getting I2 to the desktop
Getting I2 to the desktop
Getting I2 to the desktop
Columbia Places
Columbia Places
Metro Network: Health Sciences
Metro Network: Health Sciences
Morningside Heights area
Morningside Heights area
GigE Core Network
GigE Core Network
Campus bldgs: Old copper
Campus bldgs: Old copper
Campus bldgs: Old copper
Campus bldgs: Old copper
Campus bldgs: shared Ethernet
Campus bldgs: shared Ethernet
Campus bldgs: shared Ethernet
Campus bldgs: shared Ethernet
Campus bldgs: New copper
Campus bldgs: New copper
Campus bldgs: switched Ether
Campus bldgs: switched Ether
Campus bldgs: switched Ether
Campus bldgs: switched Ether
MPEG2 conferencing
MPEG2 conferencing
Voice over IP
Voice over IP
Campus bldgs: Wireless LANs
Campus bldgs: Wireless LANs
Campus bldgs: Wireless LANs
Campus bldgs: Wireless LANs
Campus bldgs: Wireless LANs
Campus bldgs: Wireless LANs
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1Getting I2 to the desktop. Alan 34Mbps) fiber uplink per switch. May 2001.
Crosswell alan@columbia.edu. May 2001. NYSERTech. 34.
NYSERTech. 1. 35Campus bldgs: switched Ether. Ethernet
2Outline. A little about Columbia Wide switches in floor closets. 10/100 Mbps
area Internet[2] connections Metro area dedicated per jack. Gigabit Ethernet (1000
inter-campus network Main campus network Mbps) fiber uplink per switch. May 2001.
Gigabit Ethernet experience Some network NYSERTech. 35.
apps (mcast, video, etc.). May 2001. 36Campus bldgs: switched Ether. Ethernet
NYSERTech. 2. switches in floor closets. 10/100 Mbps
3Outline. A little about Columbia Wide dedicated per jack. Gigabit Ethernet (1000
area Internet[2] connections Metro area Mbps) fiber uplink per switch. Standard
inter-campus network Main campus network closet size accomodates 2 racks. May 2001.
Gigabit Ethernet experience Some network NYSERTech. 36.
apps (mcast, video, etc.). May 2001. 37Horizontal Wiring. TIA-568 Commercial
NYSERTech. 3. Building Standard for Telecommunications
4Columbia People. 40K people: 5,700 CU Cabling. 300 ft. maximum distance to
undergrads 2,500 non-degree 12,000 grad closet. No more than one floor run
students 3,000 Barnard, TC, UTS students vertically. Lucent Systimax category 5e+
7,700 CU faculty 7,600 staff. May 2001. plenum cable. May 2001. NYSERTech. 37.
NYSERTech. 4. 38Outlet Placement. TIA-569 Commercial
5Columbia Places. May 2001. NYSERTech. Building Standard for Telecommunications
5. Pathways & Spaces. Min. 1 outlex
6Columbia Places. Morningside Heights box/faceplate per workstation. Min. 1
campus - 116/Bway. May 2001. NYSERTech. 6. outlet box/faceplate per 100 sq. ft. T568B
7Columbia Places. Morningside Heights jack pinout. 4 jacks per outlet (2 data, 2
campus - 116/Bway Health Sciences campus - phone). May 2001. NYSERTech. 38.
168/Bway. May 2001. NYSERTech. 7. 39Closets. TIA-569 Commercial Building
8Columbia Places. Morningside Heights Standard for Telecommunications Pathways
campus - 116/Bway Health Sciences campus - & Spaces. Standard says minimum 1
168/Bway Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory closet PER FLOOR. We cheap out w/1 per 3
- Palisades. May 2001. NYSERTech. 8. floors. Serving Area. Closet Size. 10,000
9Columbia Places. Morningside Heights sq. ft. 10 x 11. 8,000 sq. ft. 10 x 9.
campus - 116/Bway Health Sciences campus - 5,000 sq. ft. 10 x 7. May 2001. NYSERTech.
168/Bway Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory 39.
- Palisades several smaller facilities. 40Closets. Bare minimum 4’Dx6’Wx7’H
May 2001. NYSERTech. 9. interior clearance. Double louvered doors
10Outline. A little about Columbia Wide opening out. Interior plywood walls. No
area Internet[2] connections Metro area other utilities! May 2001. NYSERTech. 40.
inter-campus network Main campus network 41Closets. Electrical, Enviro. Two 20A
Gigabit Ethernet experience Some network dedicated single NEMA 5-20R. Utility
apps (mcast, video, etc.). May 2001. outlet(s), lighting. Ventilation 75° F
NYSERTech. 10. 12,000 BTUH. May 2001. NYSERTech. 41.
11Internet & Internet2 too. OC-3 42Closets. Cable terminations EIA 19”
Commodity Internet (Applied Theory) relay racks. RJ45 patch bay horizontal
currently 150 Mbps outbound/60 Mbps jack wire. Telephone riser
inbound OC-3 NYSERNet ATM vBNS OC-3 out of cross-connections. Network optical fiber
NYC POP Abilene OC-3 POS out of NYC POP risers. May 2001. NYSERTech. 42.
Abilene OC-3 POS out of Buffalo POP 43Closets. Electronics Network switch.
100baseFX RCN Private Peering Various UPS. May 2001. NYSERTech. 43.
T1’s. May 2001. NYSERTech. 11. 44A Core Router. Cisco Catalyst 6509
12Outline. A little about Columbia Wide Redundant MSFC/2 router w/Supervisor II
area Internet[2] connections Metro area MSM->MSFC->MSFC/2 Concentrates
inter-campus network Main campus network several building hubs with gigE uplinks.
Gigabit Ethernet experience Some network Dual gigE uplinks to dual core L2 6509s
apps (mcast, video, etc.). May 2001. Dual Power supplies w/dual UPS. Some
NYSERTech. 12. generator backup (working on more). May
13Metro Network: Lamont-Doherty. DS-3 2001. NYSERTech. 44.
leased line ATM T-1 leased line backup. 45A Core Switch. Catalyst 6509 Two of
May 2001. NYSERTech. 13. them at opposite sides of campus One’s
14Metro Network: Health Sciences. 2 x currently on generator power Eight gigE
100 Mbps Ethernet microwave (23 GHz) DS-3 uplinks from the eight switch/routers We
ATM microwave See also: Cornell Univ might put routers in these too. May 2001.
looking at dark fiber. May 2001. NYSERTech. 45.
NYSERTech. 14. 46Older Network & Routers. FDDI
15Outline. A little about Columbia Wide backbone ATM OC-3 cloud Only thing left is
area Internet[2] connections Metro area two WAN DS-3 links. 7507s for WAN, FDDI,
inter-campus network Main campus network ATM Dual 100baseFX into core (for now)
Gigabit Ethernet experience Some network Temporarily gigE (due to bug in port
apps (mcast, video, etc.). May 2001. channel support between 7507/6509).
NYSERTech. 15. Various older routers for T1s (IOS 9:-).
16Morningside Heights area. 10 Mbps May 2001. NYSERTech. 46.
Ethernet microwave to an off-campus 47Routing Protocols. Interior routing:
residence. 11 Mbps IEEE 802.11b to two EIGRP IGRP (incl. ESnet T1) RIP (w/Fore
residences. 100 Mbps 5.8GHz hop. 9 T1s to equip @Lamont) Would like to stop being
near-campus buildings. May 2001. Cisco zombies…. Exterior routing: BGP
NYSERTech. 16. vBNS, Abilene NYSERNet schools &
17Morningside Heights “ISP”. 736 V.90 routers Applied Theory, Uunet, RCN. May
dialups 5,700 student and faculty 2001. NYSERTech. 47.
apartments in 143 nearby buildings. May 48Conversion “Issues”. Had to convert
2001. NYSERTech. 17. right-angle 25pr telco connectors to
18Campus Telco. Campus and Neighborhood straight-in! Had to convert 15A outlets to
POTS, CATV, and: ISDN (phasing out) DSL 20A. Long vs. short-haul GBICs. Expensive
(~50-100 users) copper to switch room own MM to SM conditioning cables. Pulled a lot
DSL hub RCN Cable modems in two buildings. of new SM fiber. Fiber testing: Plug and
May 2001. NYSERTech. 18. Pray. May 2001. NYSERTech. 48.
1910baseT Ethernet. 20,000 Ethernet 49Conversion “Issues”. MSMs vs. MSFCs
ports 4,400 10baseT pillows in 15 vs. MSFC/2s MSM: limited ACLs; No
undergrad halls 500 10baseT in 20 frats Appletalk routing. MSFC: too little RAM to
Mostly cat 3 wiring. May 2001. NYSERTech. run iBGP. DoS caused by unrestrained fast
19. hosts on a fast network (Anime servers,
20100baseT Ethernet. Lab of 72 Ultra-10s etc.). Need to RTFM and turn on QoS RSN.
Central server farm Rewired SEAS, CS So far only doing fair queueing. cost of
w/1500 cat5 jacks (3 buildings). All Smartnet service contract. May 2001.
renovations & new construction are cat NYSERTech. 49.
5+ (~6 bldgs). May 2001. NYSERTech. 20. 50Outline. A little about Columbia Wide
21Separately administered School & area Internet[2] connections Metro area
Dept Nets. Some gigE uplinked Business/Law inter-campus network Main campus network
(3com) 100baseFX or FDDI (pending gigE): Gigabit Ethernet experience Some network
Law, Teachers College, Barnard College apps (mcast, video, etc.). May 2001.
Bringing old dept-run nets back into fold. NYSERTech. 50.
May 2001. NYSERTech. 21. 51Some Applications. Video Conferencing
22Outline. A little about Columbia Wide Voice over IP Multicast Wireless 802.11b.
area Internet[2] connections Metro area May 2001. NYSERTech. 51.
inter-campus network Main campus network 52Conferencing. Dual-campus classes
Gigabit Ethernet experience Some network (Biomedical eng.) Had used ATT/Lucent EMMI
apps (mcast, video, etc.). May 2001. mJPEG via dedicated DS-3 ATM microwave
NYSERTech. 22. link Replacing with IP-based MPEG-2 (or
23GigE Core Network. Centrally funded to bag of subway tokens). Users expect high
upgrade all 10 Mbps shared ports to 10 quality video (full motion, full frame
Mbps switched with a gigabit Ethernet rate). May 2001. NYSERTech. 52.
core. 4 Year $7.7M project (in final year) 53Conferencing Toys. H.323 codecs + ISDN
Replaced Cabletron and Xyplex shared hubs H.320 gateway Litton CAMvision2 MPEG2. May
and FDDI backbone (99% done). Started as 2001. NYSERTech. 53.
an ATM core. And stopped. May 2001. 54H.323 conferencing. Participated in
NYSERTech. 23. Megaconf I NYSERNet NYC conferencing host
24GigE Core Network. Installation site. Member of Videnet (www.cavner.org)
started summer 99. Core network. All Zydacron Z340, Z360 & COMstation.
Residence Halls. VIP academic & admin Radvision ISDN (H.320) gateway. Tandberg
bldgs. May 2001. NYSERTech. 24. Codec 5000/RADvision VIU-323 Get a
25GigE Core Network. Recently completed: Polycom! (upgrade ISDN model). May 2001.
Reverted early ATM OC-3 LANE bldgs to NYSERTech. 54.
gigE. Converted school/dept LAN uplinks 55MPEG2 conferencing. Litton CAMVision 2
from 10 Mbps Ethernet to gigE or 100 Mbps. Full D1 720x480 video 48 kHz 384 kbps
May 2001. NYSERTech. 25. stereo audio 15.4 Mbps Optivision,
26A Building Hub. Catalyst 55xx, 4006, Minerva, VBRICK. May 2001. NYSERTech. 55.
29xx, 35xx Singly gigE uplinked to core 56Voice over IP. Have a few Cisco
switch/router New construction and cat5 phones. Telecom dept is deploying Siemens
renovations puts one of these typically phones on a very limited basis. SIP
every 3rd floor. No config changes needed (Session Initiation Protocol) is big here
by users. One or more VLANs with 802.1q in the CS dept. Switching our Cisco phones
trunk. May 2001. NYSERTech. 26. over to SIP cuz it’s cool and doesn’t
27Edge Router. Edge Router. May 2001. require NT. May 2001. NYSERTech. 56.
NYSERTech. 27. 57Multicast Backbone. CGMP/IGMP snooping
28Edge Router. Edge Router. May 2001. on Catalysts Cisco/Borg Collective at
NYSERTech. 28. work. PIM sparse mode. Peering w/Abilene,
29Campus bldgs: Old copper. Cat 3: VBNS, NYSERNet, Cornell. RP is on I2
Unshielded twisted pair copper Was router (nn2k-gw). Seeing some bugs
installed for phone system. Small FDFs. w/6509s. May 2001. NYSERTech. 57.
Vertical risers. BDF. May 2001. NYSERTech. 58Multicast Backbone. A few conferences
29. so far (earthscape.org) IPTV 2.0 and
30Campus bldgs: Old copper. Cat 3: Osprey-100 card (H.261) In parallel with
Unshielded twisted pair copper Was RealProducer G2. Acquired 3.0 and an
installed for phone system. Small FDFs. Optibase MPEG2 D1. Use 12/8/00 for music
Vertical risers. BDF. May 2001. NYSERTech. event (MPEG1). May 2001. NYSERTech. 58.
30. 59Multicast Backbone. Would rather be
31Campus bldgs: shared Ethernet. Cat 3 using vic and vat/rat on a real operating
phone wiring was also good for: Apple system. Many things that use multicast but
LocalTalk IBM Token Ring (4M) Ethernet that don’t work with each other (Real,
10baseT Basement hubs were squirreled away IPTV, videocharger, Litton, etc.) Need to
in closets or hallways. Shared 10 Mbps learn a lot about video production. May
bandwidth for bldg. May 2001. NYSERTech. 2001. NYSERTech. 59.
31. 60Wireless 802.11b. Playing with CS/EE
32Campus bldgs: shared Ethernet. Cat 3 depts using Orinoco (Wavelan): Robots,
phone wiring was also good for: Apple wearable UIs. Central outdoor campus
LocalTalk IBM Token Ring (4M) Ethernet spaces covered. Putting them in lounges,
10baseT Basement hubs were squirreled away libraries, classrooms, student center, and
in closets or hallways. Shared 10 Mbps so on. Roof-to-roof applications for
bandwidth for bldg. May 2001. NYSERTech. backhoe protection and near-campus
32. buildings. May 2001. NYSERTech. 60.
33Campus bldgs: New copper. Cat 5e: 61Campus bldgs: Wireless LANs. IEEE
Unshielded twisted pair copper New 802.11b deployed on small scale today. Not
construction and renovation standard. Max. as fast as wired Ethernet. Applications:
100 meter run. Max. 1 floor vertical. 100 Outdoors. Conference rooms. Lecture rooms.
Mbps. RJ45 patch bays in floor closets. May 2001. NYSERTech. 61.
May 2001. NYSERTech. 33. 62May, 2001. Columbia University
34Campus bldgs: switched Ether. Ethernet Academic Information Systems. 62.
switches in floor closets. 10/100 Mbps 63www.columbia.edu/acis/networks. May
dedicated per jack. Gigabit Ethernet (1000 2001. NYSERTech. 63.
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