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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Supporting Hybrid Services at an International Exchange Facility: The Experience of Pacific Wave
Meeting: NANOG39
Date / Time: 2007-02-07 9:00am - 9:30am
Presenters: Speakers:

Dave McGaugh, Pacific Northwest Gigapop

Dave McGaugh is part of the Network Architecture & Design group at University of Washington where his primary responsibilities include high-level design and technical direction for Pacific Northwest Gigapop (PNWGP) and Pacific Wave. This includes the PNWGP regional IP network, and the Pacific Wave international exchange facility for lightpath grooming and layer-3 interconnection. Current work includes testing and design of the PNWGP next generation network using MPLS VPNs, the TransitRail peering initiative, Pacific Wave GOLE enhancements, and regional Metro Ethernet deployments.
Abstract: Network infrastructure case study, recently presented to a research-focused audience (CANS 2006, Chicago, 8-Dec-06). Goals of the project included proof of concept for international facilitation of any-to-any connectivity without direct connection of layer-2 switching devices, encounters with shared and private VLANs intersite, in-region, across multiple states and more.
Files: pdfDave McGaugh Presentation(PDF)
youtubeSupporting Hybrid Services at an International Exchange Facility
Sponsors: None.

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