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Networking facilities at Budker INP, Novosibirsk

Serge Belov, Serge Dubrov, Bulat Konurbaev, Serge Kovalyov, Boris Shuvalov
 Budker Insitute of Nuclear Physics

Presented by: Serge Belov

  Due to numerous reasons either of technological and historical origin networking facilities of BINP, Novosibirsk, play substantial role for the whole Novosibirsk Scientific Center, known also as Akademgorodok, as well for the whole Russian HEP community. Global connectivity for BINP network was achieved via satellite link Novosibirsk-Hamburg in the framework of INTAS programme in 1995, and currently this channel is serving about hundred networks of scientific, educational and cultural institutions spread around the whole Novosibirsk - the largest Russian city beyond the Ural Mountains. Recently introduced terrestrial link BINP-Moscow delivers for BINP users easy access to almost all HEP institutions in the European part of Russia, mostly in Moscow region. Another international link BINP-KEK, established about two years ago, provides efficient access over terrestrial line either for Moscow and BINP teams to KEK and to some US institutions, thus actually wrapping around the globe the World Wide HEPNet. Operating network enterprise of such scale, vital for large community beyond the Institute imposes specific requirements for network control and traffic monitoring. Additionally, some security considerations are discussed.

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