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					  Cisco
TelePresence


in
the
R&E
Community


    Mike
LaHaye
–
Internet2


 Internet2
SMM
2010

Cisco
TelePresence

•  Main
values:
quality,
reliability,
simplicity


•  (Generally)
aimed
at
conference
room
/
board
room
meeLngs

   and
not
classroom
spaces


•  Not
H.323
based
and
requires
Cisco
Call
Manager
integraLon

   for
signaling


•  Supports
point‐to‐point
and
mulLpoint
calls


•  Capable
of
MS
Exchange
integraLon
for
directory,
scheduling,

   and
‘one‐buTon‐to‐push’
dialing

Cisco
TelePresence
in
R&E

•  TelePresence
nodes
donated
by
Cisco
to
several
campuses
and

    connected
to
AT&T

•  Cisco
TelePresence
Exchange
established
by
NLR

•  Islands
of
TelePresence
deployed
on
campuses
and
regional

    networks

•  MulLple
requests
from
Internet2
members
for
support
of
the

    service

•  MOU
signed
with
NLR
in
January
2010

Internet2
–
NLR
MOU

•  Present
a
unified
service
offering
for
the
R&E
community
–

   the
R&E
Cisco
TelePresence
Exchange

•  Work
closely
with
Cisco
and
one
another
on
a
Cisco

   TelePresence
strategy

•  Leverage
the
strengths
and
accomplishments
of
each

   organizaLon
to
make
Cisco
TelePresence
more
widely

   available
to
the
R&E
Community

•  Jointly
engage
commercial
TelePresence
service
providers,

   including
AT&T
and
Cisco

•  Focused
on
Cisco
TelePresence,
but
intended
to
be

   interoperable
with
other
forms
of
videoconferencing

R&E
Cisco
TelePresence
Exchange

•  NLR
operates
the
R&E
Cisco
TelePresence
Exchange.
R&E
sites

   may
reach
each
other
through
this
Exchange.


•  Consists
of
a
Session
Border
Controller
(SBC)
and
mulLpoint

   switch
and
other
supporLng
equipment


•  Sites
establish
SIP
adjacencies
to
the
SBC



•  Signal
and
media
flow
to/from
the
SBC
(determinisLc
path)


•  ApplicaLon
peering
through
the
SBC
provides
reachability

   between
Internet2
and
NLR
parLcipants

Proof
of
concept
demonstraLon

•  A
Harvard
and
Peking
University
conference
occurred
in

   January
under
this
arrangement

   –  Peking
University
previously
connected
by
NLR
to
the
R&E

      TelePresence
Exchange

   –  Harvard
is
connected
to
Internet2
only

   –  Limited
peering
for
TelePresence
established
between
Internet2

      and
NLR

Who
does
it
apply
to?

Who
can
use
it?

•  Internet2
and
NLR
will
each
set
their
own
terms
and
fees

    for
accessing
the
service

     –  Baseline
for
NLR
members
and
its
peers

     –  Internet2
doing
analysis
to
ensure
long
term
viability

         for
members

•  Service
will
be
available
to
at
least
Internet2/NLR

    members

•  Currently
connecLng
all
interested
members
and
peers

•  ConLnue
to
analyze
costs
and
demand
to
ensure
long

    term
viability
for
members

•  Some
features
may
require
addiLonal
fees
–
gateway

    connecLons
to
commercial
CTS
Exchanges

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                                                  1

                                                       2

                                                            3

                                                                 4

                                                                      5

                                                                           6

                                                                                7

                                                                                     8

                                                                                          9

                                                                                               10

PiTsburgh
Supercomputer
Center
(PSC)


   Penn
State
University‐
College
of
IST

  Renaissance
CompuLng
InsLtute
at
U

  North
Carolina,
Chapel
Hill
(EUROPA)

            Indiana
University
NLR
NOC


              Indiana
University
System


                                    Duke


                               MOREnet


                   U
Wisc‐
Whitewater


              California
State
University


                             CENIC
NOC


                          U
Vienna
(AU)


                            George
Tech

                                                                                                     Single
Screen





    U
of
Peking
School
or
Management


             Fresno
School
District
K12


                                Harvard


                             U
Michigan

                                                                                                     MulLple
Screen





                               Internet2


                     Towson
University


U
of
South
Carolina
‐
School
of
Business


       Riverstone
Energy
(Virginia
Tech)


           Cisco
(Center
for
Excellence)

                                                                                                                       26
insLtuLons
connected





U
of
California‐Berkley
‐
Haas
School
of

                                                                                                                       many
with
mulLple
nodes





                Business

 Wake
Forest
University
Medical
School


                         Rice
University


                                     MIT


       NaLonal
University
of
Singapore

        TelePresence
Endpoints
connected
to
the
R&E
Exchange




                                             Commercial

                                              providers





Peking

University


(4)



     NaLonal

     University
of

                                       University
of


     Singapore
                                            Vienna




                R&E
TelePresence
Exchange

                R&E‐connected
TelePresence
Endpoint

69
Endpoints
and
90
Screens
or
codecs



                               CTS
Models
Connected

  35



  30



  25



  20



  15



  10



   5



   0

        CTS
500
   CTS
1000
      CTS
1300
   CTS
3000
   CTS
3200
   Other

Types
of
TelePresence‐using
sites

•  ‘Boardrooms’—intra‐
or
inter‐insLtuLonal
administrators

•  Business
schools

•  Management
schools

•  Engineering
schools

•  Medical
schools
and
hospitals

•  K‐12,
K‐20
groups

•  Some
more‐general
sites,
such
as
libraries,
museums,
dorms,

    ‘commons’

•  Lecture
hall
(a
non‐tradiLonal
senng
for
TelePresence)





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Sample
R&E
Telepresence

                                                                          Minimal
end‐site
configuraLon

Network
Layout
                                                           CUCM
&
codec

                                                                                     Cisco
Call
Manager


                                                                       Signaling
path
                 Signaling
path

                                                                                                                     Telepresence
systems…

         R&E
exchange
                                                                   IP
address
                          E.164
number

         R&E
SBC

                                                       Regional                                        Media
path

 CTMS
   at
NLR
                                       network
                    216.24.184.130
SBE

                    216.24.184.131
DBE

                                                     Regional
                                                                      More
complex
end‐site
configuraLon

                                                     network          CUCMs
&
codec(s)


                                                                                     Cisco
Call
Managers

                                                                                     (redundant)


                                                                                                                         Telepresence
systems…

                       SLA
monitor
                                                      IP
address
                          E.164
number





         Signaling
path

                                                                 OpLonal
end‐site
components

         Media
path



                                                        CTMS
          CUBE‐Ent

                                          firewall
                                               CT‐MAN
                               CUVC
        PSTN

                                                        (mulLpoint
    (security,

                                       MXE

                                                                                                 (scheduling,
                         (interop)
   interop

                                                        Switch)
       Signal
demarc)
                                    (interop)

                                                                                                 Management)





                                                                                                                                                               BRS



26
Feb
2010

How
do
I
get
started?

•  OperaLon
of
Cisco
TelePresence
over
R&E
networks
is
a
Cisco

   approved
pracLce

•  Endpoints
are
purchased
through
a
Cisco
ATP

•  Cisco
TelePresence
CerLficaLon

      –  Room
CerLficaLon

      –  Network
Path
Assessment

•    Equipment
installaLon
by
ATP

•    Allocate
phone
numbers
for
endpoints

•    ConfiguraLon
of
Call
Manager
and
CUBE

•    Local
tesLng
with
mulLple
endpoints

•    SIP
trunk
to
the
R&E
Exchange

Challenges

•  How
to
find
other
users

•  How
to
reach
other
users,
anywhere—making
the
experience

    more
nearly
seamless

•  How
to
interconnect
‘islands’

•  Dial
plans,
esp.
for
internaLonal
uses

•  H.323
interop

•  Inter‐exchange

•  Commercial
exchanges

•  InternaLonal
R&E
Exchanges

•  Scaling





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         QuesLons?



cisco‐telepresence@internet2.edu


       mjl@internet2.edu


				
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