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University of Colorado Boulder Operational Data

This page captures information for InstaGENI sites that is intended for Operators. The goal is to capture site contacts, connectivity, and VLANs.

Contacts

Site contact information for InstaGENI Colorado.


Data Plane

This section captures Data plane information for University of Colorado detailing site topology, VLAN, Network Providers (I2/Regional) and network address information. Additional site which is not specified, but deemed important, can also be captured here.

Data plane connectivity diagram

Provide a diagram that captures device, ports and VLAN information at ingress and outgress for transport network. For non-OF connections provide device names and ports connected to transport network (I2/Regional) and VLAN used for those ports. Diagram should capture campus connections.

Layer 2 information

Provide layer 2 information for Circuits VLANs, plus network connection end-points, and purpose of VLAN.

* NB. All switches not labelled with "OpenFlow" are non-OF.

*In the VLAN column, a single ID indicates that the port is an access port. A T followed by one or more IDs indicates that the port is a trunk (aka tagged) port with those VLAN IDs.

Rack Data Plane 5406

PortConnects To VLAN Config*
A19/19 GENI Core Switch in ATLA at port Te0/26 T 1750

Layer 3 information

None

Experimental VLANs

Provide a table of Experimental VLAN detailing VLAN numbers, the endpoints, its purposes and whether VLAN is OF or non-OF.

VLAN IDOF Controlled?Purpose
1750 Yes Transport to I2 AL2S ATLA (Shared Mesoscale) via FRGP and PNWGP

VLAN Translation Table

If applicable, provide any VLAN translation details for site.

Non-VLAN Connections

None

Campus Connections

None

Public Internet

Not Applicable


Control Plane

This section captures Control plane information for University of Colorado detailing topology and network address information. Additional site which is not specified, but deemed important, can also be captured here.

Details of control plane connectivity

  1. What is the upstream ISP?
    • Front Range Giga Pop (FRGP)
  2. What is the identifier for the border router and port facing the ISP?
    • ID: tcom-mx-bison
    • Port: xe-0/2/8
  3. Is the rack directly connected to the border router?
    • Yes (i.e. the rack resided within the Science DMZ which is connected to the border router)

Resource control subnets

  • DOMAIN: instageni.colorado.edu

Firewall/IP tables

None


Experiment Resources

Links to resource and network aggregates available for experimenters for University of Colorado:

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