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Experience with Cross Border Fibre connection in Europe and with
Experience with Cross Border Fibre connection in Europe and with
Presented ideas do not necessarily reflect an official opinion of the
Presented ideas do not necessarily reflect an official opinion of the
Research cooperation instead of fibre leasing can be successful start
Research cooperation instead of fibre leasing can be successful start
Why dark fibre for Research and Education Networks (RENs)
Why dark fibre for Research and Education Networks (RENs)
Moving to dark fibres
Moving to dark fibres
GEANT2
GEANT2
CEF Networks workshops
CEF Networks workshops
Dark Fibres are crossing Borders
Dark Fibres are crossing Borders
Experience with CBF connection in Europe
Experience with CBF connection in Europe
Cross Border Fibres in Europe
Cross Border Fibres in Europe
CBF to CBF traffic transit
CBF to CBF traffic transit
CBFs used also in GN2 project
CBFs used also in GN2 project
Experience with CBF connection in Europe
Experience with CBF connection in Europe
Experience with CBF connection in Europe
Experience with CBF connection in Europe
Cross Border Dark Fibre Triangle
Cross Border Dark Fibre Triangle
NIL 8 x 10 Gb/s over 224 km
NIL 8 x 10 Gb/s over 224 km
Enabled by advanced photonic technology
Enabled by advanced photonic technology
Fear of new results
Fear of new results
CESNET2 mixed lighting plan
CESNET2 mixed lighting plan
IP traffic statistics are available on-line
IP traffic statistics are available on-line
Access to GLIF in Prague
Access to GLIF in Prague
Experience with CBF connection in Europe
Experience with CBF connection in Europe
Acknowledgement
Acknowledgement

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1 Experience with Cross Border Fibre connection in Europe and with

Experience with Cross Border Fibre connection in Europe and with

advanced optical devices deployments

Stanislav ??ma

Porta Optica Study project

www.ces.net

czechlight.cesnet.cz

Porta Optica Study Regional workshop, Kiev, October 11th, 2006

2 Presented ideas do not necessarily reflect an official opinion of the

Presented ideas do not necessarily reflect an official opinion of the

GLIF, GN2, CESNET or any other institution or project.

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Author participates on Global Lambda Integrated Facility (GLIF) activity, CzechLight GOLE, Optical networks activity of CESNET research intent, Technology testing in Joint Research Activity of GN2, Porta Optica Study project and Phosphorus project.

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3 Research cooperation instead of fibre leasing can be successful start

Research cooperation instead of fibre leasing can be successful start

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

In some European countries, providing of telecommunication services (and especially fibre leasing) are still limited by legal or regulatory rules, but research is not restricted. First dark fibre line used in CESNET (Praha-Brno 324 km) since 1999 is part of contract with fibre owner company. Subject of contract is research cooperation (evaluation of some new usage possibilities, etc.). It is acceptable for Regulator (everybody cannot ask similar „exception“). It was better than wait for telco market liberalization

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4 Why dark fibre for Research and Education Networks (RENs)

Why dark fibre for Research and Education Networks (RENs)

(we have published this slide in TNC2004, Rhodes)

Freedom in REN design Fixed costs of long-term use Transmission capacity up to Tbps Cost-effective ways of sharing (WDM, TDM, …) Multiple wavelengths possible (e.g. 1 – 256) Management of transmission Equipment selection, moving, design, …..

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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5 Moving to dark fibres

Moving to dark fibres

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Moving of Research and Education Networks to dark fibres is successful and continues CESNET, DFN, GRNET, Pioneer, RENATER, SANET, SURFNET, SWITCH… Continental-wide RENs: NLR, GEANT2, Internet2 NRENs with long distances (Nordunet 2006-2007) SEE and POS countries…. East Africa countries…… Dissemination of experience can avoid repeating of mistakes Some other networks follow RENs (municipalities, hospitals, enterprises, … )

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6 GEANT2

GEANT2

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Porta Optica Study Regional workshop, Kiev, October 11th, 2006

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7 CEF Networks workshops

CEF Networks workshops

One of the most important opportunities to exchange ideas about Customer Empowered Fibre Networks world-wide research and development are workshops in Prague. You can see presentations of CEF 2004 http://www.ces.net/doc/seminars/20040525/ presentations of CEF 2005 http://www.ces.net/doc/seminars/20050516/ presentations of CEF 2006 http://www.ces.net/doc/seminars/20060529/ CEF 2007 is planned to September 19-20th, 2007, together with GLIF annual workshop 17-18th, 2007 in Prague.

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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8 Dark Fibres are crossing Borders

Dark Fibres are crossing Borders

Dark fibres connecting capitals or main PoPs, as in GEANT2 core or in National Lambda Rail (NLR) in US are crossing state borders, of course. By Cross Border Fibre (CBF) we mean other fibres, connecting NREN PoPs close to neighbour NREN. CBFs are usually short and non-expensive and carry high traffic between neighbour NRENs, saving expensive long distance fibres capacity

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Porta Optica Study Regional workshop, Kiev, October 11th, 2006

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9 Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

National dark fibre footprints for research (draft)

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10 Cross Border Fibres in Europe

Cross Border Fibres in Europe

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Bratislava (SK) – Wien (AT) since 2002 Bratislava (SK) – Brno (CZ) since 2003 Cieszyn (PL) – Ostrava (CZ) since 2004 Subotica (YU) – Szeged (HU) since 2005 In production since 2006: Brno (CZ) – Wien (AT) Frankfurt/Oder (DE) – Slubice (PL) Como (IT) – Manno (CH) Basel (CH) - Kehl (DE) Kehl (DE) – Strasbourg (FR) Enschede (NL) - M?nster (DE)

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11 CBF to CBF traffic transit

CBF to CBF traffic transit

CBFs can be used not only for neighbours connection, but also for traffic transit through NREN. Transiting NRENs are (in historical order) SANET, CESNET and SWITCH – as pilots for evaluation of possibilities. In principle, transit service (EoMPLS, lambda, etc.) implemented by NREN can be less expensive than any other party service, but not free of charge. CBF to CBF transit is rather economical than technical issue.

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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12 CBFs used also in GN2 project

CBFs used also in GN2 project

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

CBFs used for implementing 10G lambdas between GEANT2 PoPs: Cieszyn (PL) – Ostrava (CZ) for Prague-Poznan Frankfurt a.O. (DE) – Slubice (PL) for Frankfurt a.M.-Poznan CBF used for implementing 10G lambda connection for projects suported by GN2 (LHC, DEISA) Como (IT) – Manno (CH) Basel (CH) - Kehl (DE) Kehl (DE) – Strasbourg (FR) Enschede (NL) - M?nster (DE)

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13 Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

European dark fibre footprint for research (draft)

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14 Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Leased digital circuits for extension - example

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15 Cross Border Dark Fibre Triangle

Cross Border Dark Fibre Triangle

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Multiple 10gigabit connection of Austrian, Czech and Slovak research and education networks In the case of fibre failure, triangle connection allows redirection of traffic in less than 60 ms, so overall reliability of end to end connections is improved significantly. This is achieved by Level2 protocols (802.1q and 802.1w), avoiding slower and more complicated solution on IP level. 10 GE VLANs are implemented on this background, giving impression of distances between countries disappeared.

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16 NIL 8 x 10 Gb/s over 224 km

NIL 8 x 10 Gb/s over 224 km

All devices have been installed only at the end points of the line in Brno (CZ) and Wien (AT) and no in-line elements have been deployed. Nothing In Line (NIL) approach has been used and according to our knowledge, 8 times 10 Gb/s over 224 km of dark fibre is the longest NIL distance that has been reported for any production network. The main advantage of NIL solution is represented by lower capital and operational costs and increased reliability.

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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17 Enabled by advanced photonic technology

Enabled by advanced photonic technology

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

The fibre pair from Brno to Wien has been equipped with CLA PB02 optical amplifiers, developed as a part of optical research activities of CESNET. Chromatic dispersion of G.652 optical fibre has been compensated by new compensating elements – Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBG). FBGs were successfully deployed and tested for the first time on the CESNET2 line Brno – Bratislava in February 2006. Terminal routers are equipped with Xenpak DWDM pluggable optical transceivers. First one company has received CESNET licence for CLA manufacturing, the second should follow shortly.

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18 Fear of new results

Fear of new results

Legacy approach: to buy transmission equipment from big vendors (remaining barrier in networkers mind) New approach tested by CESNET since 2002: take advantages of both legacy approach and new photonic products, i.e. use mixed vendor network design Similar approach of SWITCH see in CEF2006 Resulting recommendation: do not afraid of new products of photonic industry and networking research results

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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19 CESNET2 mixed lighting plan

CESNET2 mixed lighting plan

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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20 IP traffic statistics are available on-line

IP traffic statistics are available on-line

Brno - Vienna http://www.cesnet.cz/provoz/zatizeni/ten155_mapa_static_output/Line_usage_Brno-_ACONET.10min.current.html. All lines (actual, weeks, months) http://www.cesnet.cz/provoz/zatizeni/

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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21 Access to GLIF in Prague

Access to GLIF in Prague

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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22 Experience with CBF connection in Europe

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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23 Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement

All partners from CEF Networks and GLIF community, especially Jan Gruntor?d and colleagues Lada Altmannov?, Miroslav Kar?sek, Martin M?chal, V?clav Nov?k, Jan Radil, Karel Slav??ek, and Josef Vojt?ch from CESNET for Brno-Wien lighting and Christian Panigl from ACOnet for collaboration. Porta Optica Study project and URAN. Above colleagues are not responsible for any my mistake ?.

Experience with CBF connection in Europe

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