Changes between Version 44 and Version 45 of SiteInternet2


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Timestamp:
10/18/10 14:09:30 (9 years ago)
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chsmall@grnoc.iu.edu
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    3939|| 11           || [#IONVLAN11]   || '''UP'''   || SiteBbn, ProtoGENI.salt(Washington, D.C.) for VIOLIN ||
    4040|| 3734         || [#IONVLAN3734] || '''UP'''   || SiteRutgers, ["SiteInternet2"] ||
     41|| 3738         || [#IONVLAN3738] || proposed   || SiteRutgers, SiteIndiana ||
    4142=== ION VLAN 1 ===
    4243
     
    9091|| SiteRutgers                || 10.37.34.144/24 || --           || ping        ||
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     95=== ION VLAN 3738 ===
     96||'''Site'''                                     ||'''IP'''           || '''MAC''' [[BR]] (if known) ||'''Purpose'''||
     97|| SiteIndiana Indiana Gigapop ATLA              || 10.37.38.200/24   || --           || ping        ||
     98|| SiteRutgers                                   || --                || --           || ping        ||
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    92102== Establishing an Endpoint ==
    93103=== Internet2 Higher-Education Members ===
     
    100110
    101111=== How Can Internet2 Members Determine if They Are ION-enabled? ===
    102 From the [attachment:200909-FAQ-ION.pdf ION FAQ]:
    103 >Members should first verify whether their Connector has physically connected to the Ciena network that supports the ION service, either by asking their Connector or checking Internet2’s Connector status page at internet2.edu/dcresearch/connector-status.html. If the Connector is listed as “ION-enabled,” the member should speak with local network administrators and a Connector representative about how they may use the service.
    104 
     112The current ION service uses the Internet2 Juniper infrastructure and any can create a Layer 2 MPLS LSP to any site physically connected to the Internet2 IP backbone.
    105113
    106114== ION Web Service Account ==