Winter 2009 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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Local Area Networking at 10Gb and beyond

Time 02/03/09 11:30AM-11:50AM

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Session Abstract

The bandwidth requirements of the RHIC and LHC collaborations have created unprecedented demands on the BNL local area network, often times requiring solutions not supported by commercially available equipment anywhere (most notably firewall, IDS/IPS technologies). The intent of this presentation is to give an overview of how BNL has met these challenges in a manner that meets operational requirements, without compromising service and security to the campus as a whole.

Speakers

Speaker Vincent Bonafede Brookhaven National Laboratory

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Local Area Networking at 10Gb and Beyond (pdf)

Speaker Vincent Bonafede Brookhaven National Laboratory

Speaker Tim Dwight Verizon Communications

Session Media

media item thumbnail Local Area Networking at 10Gb and beyond Netcast Archive The bandwidth requirements of the RHIC and LHC collaborations have created unprecedented demands on the BNL local area network, often times requiring solutions not supported by commercially available equipment anywhere (most notably firewall, IDS/IPS technologies). The intent of this presentation is to give an overview of how BNL has met these challenges in a manner that meets operational requirements, without compromising service and security to the campus as a whole. media item thumbnail Local Area Networking at 10Gb and beyond Netcast Archive The bandwidth requirements of the RHIC and LHC collaborations have created unprecedented demands on the BNL local area network, often times requiring solutions not supported by commercially available equipment anywhere (most notably firewall, IDS/IPS technologies). The intent of this presentation is to give an overview of how BNL has met these challenges in a manner that meets operational requirements, without compromising service and security to the campus as a whole.