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KEK-CERN JEG Experiment

Yukio Karita1, Soh Suzuki1, Fukuko Yuasa1, Youhei Morita1, Takashi Sasaki1, Katsuya Amako1, Teiji Nakamura1, Kiyoharu Hashimoto1, Hiroyuki Sato1, Yoshiyuki Watase1, Olivier Martin2, Paolo Moroni2, Jiri Navratil2, Fumito Kubota3, Hideki Otsuki4, Hiroaki Harai4, Shin'ichi Nakagawa4, Akihiko Machizawa4, Hideo Miyahara5, Isao Kaneko6
  1. KEK
  2. CERN
  3. CRL (Communications Research Laboratory, MPT)
  4. CRL
  5. TAO (Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan)
  6. TAO

Speaker: Soh Suzuki

  The KEK-CERN connectivity is being provided by NACSIS and TEN-155 for the production network. Separately from the production network, a 2Mbps satellite link has been provided by MPT (Japanese Ministry of Post and Telecommunication) and ESA (European Space Agency) as a test bed since May 1999. It is called JEG (Japan-Europe Gamma) Experiment. Its earth stations are located at Yamaguchi in Japan and at Leuk in Switzerland. The link is totally ATM based, and three PVCs connecting KEK and CERN are configured there. MONARC, H.323, and IPv6 were major three subjects planned to be tested there. Various tests have been done successfully by cooperation of KEK and CERN. Since the traffic for these tests are routed differently from the other traffic, the tests are done without being affected by the congested production network. This paper will summarize what we've learned from the KEK-CERN JEG Experiment.

Presentation:  PowerPoint 

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