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Internet2 GENI Core Networks

GENI Sites can be connected directly (or indirectly via a Regional network) to the Internt2 core networks: Advanced Layer2 Service (AL2S) and/or Interoperable On-demand Network (ION). The AL2S network provides scalable and flexible access to short or long-term Layer 2 circuits between GENI endpoints on the I2 Network and beyond. GENI core networks AL2S and ION are run by Internet2 a community of research, academia, industry and government technology contributors. For detailed information about the AL2S and ION networks see the Internet2 Advanced Networking page. Please note that the ION service is being phased out. For details on connection for GENI Sites see the GENI Connectivity page.

Some tools are available for operators to debug I2 Core Network connectivity issues:

To submit questions, issues, connection requests send email to noc@net.internet2.edu. Problem reports can also be directly submitted via the problem report page.

AL2S

AL2S is part of the Internet2 Advanced Networks Service offerings. For a list of research and educational organizations connecting directly to the Internet2 Network see the list of Network Connectors.

GENI experiments in AL2S

Most GENI sites connected to AL2S support GENI Network Stitching. See the AL2S GENI aggregate page for a list of links that support stitching. The AL2S aggregate supports the GENI AM API which enables experimenters to request GENI Network Stitching connections via the Omni tools or the GENI portal. Experimenters do not interact with AL2S directly, the GENI tools determine the required connection and make the request to the AL2S aggregate.

GENI OpenFlow Experiments in AL2S

OpenFlow experiments will soon be possible with the GENI Learning Switch controller or with an experimenter developed controller. Controllers are validated by Internet2 before being allowed to control I2 Core switches.

The GENI AL2S Controller is a simple applications that:

  • floods all traffic until the path is learned
  • learns MAC addresses
  • reacts to network traffic by installing new flow rules (“learning”) allowing end‐to‐end communication

ION

Internet2 ION (Interoperable On-demand Network) is a network service that allows researchers and engineers to create dedicated, point-to-point optical circuits—for immediate or future use—through a secure web interface or vi the GENI AM API interface.

OpenFlow Experiment in ION

The GENI OFI2 Internet2 project page give insight into the original plans for an OF deployment. The Internet2 ION OpenFlow Aggregate (i2-of) FlowVisor is running FV version 1.0.8. Following are the DPIDs in the I2 ION OpenFlow core:

Shared Mesoscale VLANs

switch VLAN 3715 VLAN 3716 VLAN 3717
of.newy.net.internet2.edu 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:63:1d 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:63:1d 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:63:1d
of.wash.net.internet2.edu 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5
of.atla.net.internet2.edu 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:63:6e 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:63:6e 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:63:6e
of.hous.net.internet2.edu 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:81:42 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:81:42 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:81:42
of.losa.net.internet2.edu 0e:83:00:12:e2:22:63:38 0e:84:00:12:e2:22:63:38 0e:85:00:12:e2:22:63:38

Exclusive Mesoscale VLANs

switch VLAN 1755 VLAN 1756 VLAN 1757 VLAN 1758 VLAN 1759
of.newy.net.internet2.edu 06:db:00:12:e2:22:63:1d 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:63:1d 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:63:1d 06:de:00:12:e2:22:63:1d 06:df:00:12:e2:22:63:1d
of.wash.net.internet2.edu 06:db:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 06:de:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5 06:df:00:12:e2:22:6f:e5
of.atla.net.internet2.edu 06:db:00:12:e2:22:63:6e 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:63:6e 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:63:6e 06:de:00:12:e2:22:63:6e 06:df:00:12:e2:22:63:6e
of.hous.net.internet2.edu 06:db:00:12:e2:22:81:42 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:81:42 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:81:42 06:de:00:12:e2:22:81:42 06:df:00:12:e2:22:81:42
of.losa.net.internet2.edu 06:db:00:12:e2:22:63:38 06:dc:00:12:e2:22:63:38 06:dd:00:12:e2:22:63:38 06:de:00:12:e2:22:63:38 06:df:00:12:e2:22:63:38

Connection Inventory

ATLA

VLANs

VLANOF Enabled?Purpose
1748 Yes RENCI transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1749 Yes FIU transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1750 Yes Translation; SoX transport; UKY transport; UMC transport
1751 Yes UFL transport
1752 Yes Kansas transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1753 Yes StarLight transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1754 Yes K-State transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1755 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1756 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1757 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1758 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1759 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
3715 Yes Backbone (star topology)
3716 Yes Backbone (bus topology)
3717 Yes Backbone (loop topology)

Ports

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

PortConnects ToVLAN Config
gi0/1 ION ATLA T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716
gi0/2 of.wash.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717
gi0/3 of.hous.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3717
gi0/4 SoX T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759
gi0/5
gi0/6
gi0/7 gi0/8 1750
gi0/8 gi0/7 3715
gi0/9 gi0/10 1750
gi0/10 gi0/9 3716
gi0/11 gi0/12 1750
gi0/12 gi0/11 3717
gi0/13 gi0/14 1750
gi0/14 gi0/13 1752
gi0/15 gi0/16 1750
gi0/16 gi0/15 1751
gi0/17 gi0/18 1750
gi0/18 gi0/17 1748
gi0/19 gi0/20 1750
gi0/20 gi0/19 1754
gi0/21 gi0/22 1750
gi0/22 gi0/21 1749
gi0/23 gi0/24 1750
gi0/24 gi0/23 1753
Te0/25 atla.of.nlr.net
Te0/26 AL2S ATLA T 1748 1749 1750 1751 1752 1753 1754 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759

HOUS

VLANs

VLANOF Enabled?Purpose
1750 Yes Translation
1751 Yes UH transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1755 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1756 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1757 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1758 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1759 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1760 Yes UMKC transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
2497 Yes ohmetrodc-ig transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
3715 Yes Backbone (star topology)
3716 Yes Backbone (bus topology)
3717 Yes Backbone (loop topology)

Ports

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

PortConnects ToVLAN Config
gi0/1 ION HOUS T 1751 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 1760 2497
gi0/2 of.atla.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3717
gi0/3 of.losa.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717
gi0/4
gi0/5
gi0/6
gi0/7
gi0/8
gi0/9
gi0/10
gi0/11
gi0/12
gi0/13 gi0/14 1750
gi0/14 gi0/13 3715
gi0/15 gi0/16 1750
gi0/16 gi0/15 3716
gi0/17 gi0/18 1750
gi0/18 gi0/17 3717
gi0/19 gi0/20 1750
gi0/20 gi0/19 1751
gi0/21 gi0/22 1750
gi0/22 gi0/21 2497
gi0/23 gi0/24 1750
gi0/24 gi0/23 1760
Te0/25
Te0/26

LOSA

VLANs

VLANOF Enabled?Purpose
1750 Yes Translation; UEN transport; CENIC transport
1751 Yes OSF transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1755 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1756 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1757 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1758 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1759 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1805 Yes UH transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1853 Yes UCDavis transport
3715 Yes Backbone (star topology)
3716 Yes Backbone (bus topology)
3717 Yes Backbone (loop topology)

Ports

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

PortConnects ToVLAN Config
gi0/1 ION LOSA T 3715 3716
gi0/2 of.hous.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717
gi0/3 of.newy.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717
gi0/4
gi0/5
gi0/6
gi0/7
gi0/8
gi0/9
gi0/10
gi0/11
gi0/12 UEN T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759
gi0/13 gi0/14 1750
gi0/14 gi0/13 3715
gi0/15 gi0/16 1750
gi0/16 gi0/15 3716
gi0/17 gi0/18 1750
gi0/18 gi0/17 3717
gi0/19 gi0/20 1750
gi0/20 gi0/19 1853
gi0/21 gi0/22 1750
gi0/22 gi0/21 1751
gi0/23 gi0/24 1750
gi0/24 gi0/23 (reserved 1805)
Te0/25
Te0/26 AL2S LOSA T 1750 1751 (reserved 1805 for UH) 1853

NEWY

VLANs

VLANOF Enabled?Purpose
1750 Yes Translation; GPO transport; WVNET transport; NYU transport; NYSERNet transport
1751 Yes Illinois transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1755 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1756 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1757 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1758 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1759 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
3715 Yes Backbone (star topology)
3716 Yes Backbone (bus topology)
3717 Yes Backbone (loop topology)
4083 No fia-mobilityfirst from NYU
4084 No fia-ndn from NYU
4085 No fia-xia from NYU
4086 No reservedvlan1 from NYU
4087 No reservedvlan2 from NYU

Ports

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

PortConnects ToVLAN Config
gi0/1 ION NEWY T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 4085 4086 4087
gi0/2 of.losa.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717
gi0/3 of.wash.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3716 3717
gi0/4 NYU GENI rack T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 4083 4084 4085 4086 4087
gi0/5
gi0/6
gi0/7
gi0/8
gi0/9
gi0/10
gi0/11
gi0/12 NYSERNet T 1750 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759
gi0/13 gi0/14 1750
gi0/14 gi0/13 3715
gi0/15 gi0/16 1750
gi0/16 gi0/15 3716
gi0/17 gi0/18 1750
gi0/18 gi0/17 3717
gi0/19 gi0/20 1750
gi0/20 gi0/19 (reserved for NCSU)
gi0/21 gi0/22 1750
gi0/22 gi0/21 1751
gi0/23 gi0/24 1750
gi0/24 gi0/23 (reserved for GPO: 3750)
Te0/25
Te0/26 AL2S NEWY T 1750 1751 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 4083 4084 4085 4086 4087

WASH

VLANs

VLANOF Enabled?Purpose
1750 Yes Translation; OSU transport; MAX transport
1751 No MOXI transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1752 No Princeton transport (OF enabled for layer1transport)
1755 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1756 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1757 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1758 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
1759 Yes Exclusive OpenFlow VLAN
3715 Yes Backbone (star topology)
3716 Yes Backbone (bus topology)
3717 Yes Backbone (loop topology)

Ports

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

PortConnects ToVLAN Config
gi0/1 ION WASH T 1750 1751
gi0/2 of.newy.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3716 3717
gi0/3 of.atla.net.internet2.edu T 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 3715 3716 3717
gi0/4
gi0/5
gi0/6
gi0/7
gi0/8
gi0/9
gi0/10
gi0/11
gi0/12
gi0/13 gi0/14 1750
gi0/14 gi0/13 3715
gi0/15 gi0/16 1750
gi0/16 gi0/15 3716
gi0/17 gi0/18 1750
gi0/18 gi0/17 3717
gi0/19 gi0/20 1750
gi0/20 gi0/19 1751
gi0/21 gi0/22 1750
gi0/22 gi0/21 1752
gi0/23
gi0/24
Te0/25
Te0/26 AL2S WASH T 1750 (1751 reserved for MOXI) 1752 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759

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