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									State Wide Area Network (SWAN) -

 A Case study of Meghalaya SWAN
            (MSWAN)

                 BY

               Amit Soni
                AM(TC)
             S&TC Division
          8th November 2006
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                  Agenda

   What is SWAN ?
   Requirement Of SWAN
   Different Agencies in SWAN
   TCIL Role
   Case Study of Meghalaya SWAN




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                 What is SWAN?

   SWAN – State Wide Area Network

    Network - The term ‘Network’ stands for a group of
    telecom systems and computers connected to each other
    by some communication channel to share the resources.

    Types of Network:-
    1) Local Area Network (LAN)
    2) Metropolitan Area Network (MAN)
    3) Wide Area Network (WAN)

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           Local Area Network (LAN)
   LAN – It connects network devices over a relatively
    short distance like in a single building or campus .
    LANs are typically owned, controlled and managed by
    a single person and organization.




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          Metropolitan Area Network (MAN)

   MAN - A MAN is designed to extend over an entire
    city. It may be a single network, or it may be a means
    of connecting a number of LANs into a larger
    network.




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         Wide Area Network (WAN)
   WAN – A WAN provides long distance
    transmission of data, voice, image and video
    information over large geographical areas
    that may comprise a country, continent, or
    even the whole world.

   Wide Area Network is a collection of
    networks spread over a geographical area


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                    SWAN

   State Wide Area Network (SWAN) – It is a
    WAN covering whole state, incorporating
    many networks for providing data, voice and
    video services throughout the state.




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                        SWAN
 State                                       Horizontal Offices
 capital-
 SHQ




 District HQs
                    1          N

                                                        Horizontal Offices




                                   Horizontal Offices
Subdivision /   1       N
Block HQs


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              Requirement of SWAN
A government to be SMART (Simple, Methodological,
Accountable, Responsive, Transparent) needs to have:

Efficient   & reliable communication network

Improved     information flow among various levels and offices

Reduced     communication gaps

Improved     quality and speedy decision making

Faster   and better implementation of government schemes



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                 E-Governance need
Various E-Governance applications are being developed for efficient
  delivery of service to citizens. For eg:

     Transport-Registration of Motor Vehicles, issuing driving licenses
      etc.
     Health Care- Linking various Hospitals Tele-Medicine etc.
     Education-Linking various educational Institutions, distance
      learning etc.
     Employment-Online        Registration        for    unemployed,
      computerization of day to day activities of employment exchange
      etc.
     Municipal- Bill deposition, Issue of Certificates - Birth / Death /
      Land records etc.


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             Different Agencies

   Department of Information Technology (DIT),
    GoI
   State’s Information Technology Department
   Consultants
   Implementing Agency
   NicNET
   Third Party Monitoring Agency


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             Different Agencies - DIT
Govt. of India, Department of Information Technology (DIT)

   The Government of India has planned a national level initiative-
    National e-Governance Plan, (NeGP) for increased transparency,
    efficiency and effectiveness for delivery of citizen services.

   An important component of the NeGP is SWAN; which has now
    been identified as an element of core infrastructure for supporting
    e- Governance initiatives. DIT, GOI has also embarked a
    significant outlay for supporting this activity. Under NeGP SWAN
    policy it is proposed to connect state capital (SHQ) with all the
    Districts Head Quarter (DHQ) and subsequently all the DHQ to be
    connected with Sub-division Head Quarter/Blocks (SDHQ/Block).




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          Different Agencies - DIT

   SWAN is one of the Mission Mode project
   Total NeGP outlay for SWAN – Rs 3000 Cr
   To connect state capital (SHQ) with all the
    Districts Head Quarter (DHQ) and
    subsequently all the DHQ to be connected
    with Sub-division Head Quarter / Blocks
    (SDHQ/Block).



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              Implementation Plan
State would need to establish the SWAN using either of the
  two options provided by DIT, GOI:
 Option I: State to identify a suitable PPP model (BOO,
  BOOT etc.), select an appropriate agency through a
  suitable competitive process for outsourcing
  establishment, operation and maintenance of the
  Network.

   Option II: Designated NIC as the prime implementation
    agency for the SWAN for establishment, operation and
    maintenance of the network as an integral part of
    NICNET, with an appropriate end-to-end Service Level
    Agreement (SLA).
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                  Implementation Plan
Department of IT, GoI supports (cost/funding) to state Government
  w.r.t. different options.

   DIT will support the entire cost of establishment, operation and
    maintenance of the SWAN for a period of five years (except
    recurring charges of Bandwidth) to state Govt / NIC on 100% grant
    basis .

   Terminal equipment at each Point of Presence (PoP) one PoP at
    each     location  (without    horizontal   connectivity) i.e.
    SHQ/DHQs/SDHQs/BHQs covered by the SWAN.

   Cost of consultancy (only for option I)

   Cost of Third party monitoring (option I) / Cost of Third party auditors
    (option II).

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                   TCIL’s Role
Role of TCIL w.r.t. different options are as follows:
Option I:
 Consultant

 Implementing Agency: All the states, except where
  TCIL is the consultant.
 Third party Monitoring: All the states, except where
  TCIL will implement

Option II:
 Auditors

 Third party Monitoring

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                      TCIL’s Role
SWAN Projects completed or under progress with TCIL
    State     Project Name      TCIL’s Role                 Status

GUJRAT        GSWAN          Consultancy and 3rd 3rd party monitoring in
                             Party Monitoring    progress till 2008.


JHARKHAND     JharNET        Consultant           Implementation Stage
TRIPURA       ACAN           Turnkey              Bidder Selected.
                             implementation       Agreement to be signed.
UTTARANCHAL   UASWAN         Consultant           Vertical RFP to be floated
MEGHALAYA     MSWAN          Consultant           Draft RFP submitted to
                                                  State

ORISSA        OSWAN          Consultant           Agreement yet to be
                                                  signed


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          Case Study



Meghalaya State Wide Area Network
             (MSWAN)




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                       Introduction
Initiatives of Government of Meghalaya (GoM)

   Establishment of “Meghalaya Information Technology
    Society (MITS)”, which will be responsible for e-governance
    initiative to take care of activities related to implementation and
    management of these initiatives

   Proposal for the set-up of the “Meghalaya State wide Area
    Network (MSWAN)” for modernisation of communication set-
    up which will help in the development of state

   Appointment of “Telecommunications Consultants India
    Ltd. (TCIL)” as their consultant to assist GoM for
    implementation of MSWAN


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                       Introduction
Objectives of MSWAN
GoM has proposed to set up Meghalaya State Wide Area Network
 (MSWAN) for the purpose of:

   Connecting Govt. agencies/ departments/ offices at SHQ with all
    DHQs and subsequently to all the SDHQs/Blocks in a 24x7
    quality network, extendable for Public to Government interaction
   Providing connectivity across the state through one network and
    re-engineering of various departments and government services
    to ensure easy information flow
   Having one single network to deploy the e-Gov application for
    various activities
   Establishing a network that functions as IT gateway for
    seamless, effortless & instantaneous information flow

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                  Introduction
Facilities provided by MSWAN

SWAN facilitates the government to discharge its
 obligations more efficiently as follows:

 Integration of various existing stand-alone applications
  and provide effective interconnectivity
 Effective Voice and Video communication
 Catering of Data transfer needs between government
  departments as well as for the government interface
  with public
 Monitoring of development programs
 Improved quality of decision-making and governance
  by the easy access of required information
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                       Introduction
TCIL’s Scope of Work         - As a consultant, TCIL will carry out:
   System Design including the Requirement Definition, Site Survey, Concept
    formation and Technology evaluation.

   Preparation and submission of a system design report covering the
    requirements of the network, Technical design, Financial analysis and
    suggestions on the purchase model.

   Preparation and submission of the RFP document consisting of the finalized
    network requirements, general and special conditions of the contract,
    information for the prospective bidders.

   Evaluation of the submitted bids including the Pre-qualification, Technical and
    Financial bids and subsequent finalizing of the selected bidder.

   Supervising the installation and commissioning of the network and conducting
    the acceptance testing (partial and final), with regular submission of status and
    test reports.


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              Requirement Definition
System Study

Survey conducted by TCIL provides the following information for
 working out the requirements of the network:

   Organizational Structure, Geographical spread-over, information
    flow at SHQ, DHQ, SDHQ & BHQ

   Estimate number of Point of Presence (POP) for horizontal
    connectivity

   Current infrastructure at State, District, Subdivision and Block
    Headquarter levels

   Communication needs of various departments



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    Requirement Definition
Overview of Meghalaya

The upcoming MSWAN will have the following hierarchy:

    State Headquarter (SHQ), at Shillong

    7 District Headquarters (DHQ)

    8 Subdivision Headquarters (SDHQ)

    39 Block Headquarters (Blocks)

    The state government, with its headquarters (SHQ) at
    Shillong, has about 55 Departments


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           Requirement Definition
Connectivity Scheme
The proposed MSWAN network will follow                        a
hierarchical connectivity scheme as shown:

 Tier 1                   Primary Tier consisting of SHQ

          2 Mbps upgradable to 8 Mbps


 Tier 2                 Secondary Tier consisting of 7 DHQ

          2 Mbps upgradable to 4 Mbps

 Tier 3             Tertiary Tier consisting of 8 SDHQ / 39 BHQ


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                    Concept of PoP
 State                                         Horizontal Offices
 capital-
 SHQ




 District HQs
                      1         N

                                                          Horizontal Offices




                                     Horizontal Offices
Subdivision /   1         N
Block HQs


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                           Concept of PoP
 State
 capital-
 SHQ

                Vertical                             Horizontal
                 POP                                   POP


 District HQs
                             1         N

                                                                 Horizontal Offices




                                            Horizontal Offices
Subdivision /       1            N
Block HQs


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          Requirement Definition
7 District Headquarters (DHQ)
 Located in Dy. Commissioner’s office campus

 Function as aggregation point for horizontal connectivity

 Based on the geographical spread-over, status of
  industrialisation, population, number of offices and users,
  the 7 DHQ are categorised as:

  Categories                           Districts
 Category I     East Khasi Hills
 Category II    West Khasi Hills, Ribhoi, South Garo Hills, East Garo
                Hills, Jaintia Hills
 Category III   West Garo Hills

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         Requirement Definition

7 District Headquarters (DHQ)
 As per the survey, the category-wise number of
  Horizontal PoPs at DHQs, for horizontal connectivity
  are as follows:

             Category      Number of POP’s
            Category I           18
            Category II          10
            Category III         14


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          Requirement Definition
8 Subdivision Headquarters (SDHQ)
 Headed by Sub-Divisional Officer (SDO)

 All SDHQ located at the SDO’s office

 2 Horizontal PoPs will cater the horizontal connectivity
  at SDHQ

39 Block Headquarters (BHQ)
 Headed by Block Development Officer (BDO)

 All BHQ located at the BDO’s office

 Core PoP to cater all the users (3-6) in the BDO
  campus

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                  User Requirements
        Levels           Users Requirement
                           Voice Requirements
SHQ                                             350
 DHQ*       Category 1                          90
            Category 2                          45
            Category 3                          60
SDHQ                                            8
BHQ                                             3
                            Data Requirements
SHQ                                             500
 DHQ*       Category 1                          125
            Category 2                          60
            Category 3                          85
SDHQ                                            10
BHQ                                             5
                           Video Requirements
SHQ                                             15

DHQ*                                            1

SDHQ                                             Nil
BHQ                                              Nil
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              User Requirements

The indicative user requirement for voice & data services within
next 5 years (duration of project) is estimated to be double of
current requirement.




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    Concept & Network Design
                                                                   VSAT Bandwidth 512
                                                                      Kbps Shared


      To Horizontal PoPs                                           To Horizontal PoPs
SHQ
                                                                                                  Remote BHQ



                                        Channelised STM-1
             2 Mbps                                                                                2 Mbps

   DHQ (1)
                                       To Horizontal PoPs                               DHQ (7)




                            ISDN BRI


                                                                                                    2 Mbps
                2 Mbps

                                              To Horizontal PoPs
SDHQ (8) / BLOCKS (39)


Villages



                         2 Mbps Leased Line

                         VSAT Bandwidth

                         ISDN Backup
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       Concept & Network Design

State Headquarters (SHQ)

 Located   at Secretariat Building, Shillong

 Function   as Network Operation Center
 (NOC)

 21PoP will cater the horizontal connectivity
 at SHQ
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                                IDU
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                          Fast Ethernet LAN
                                                           1         2             21
          MCU                                                    Horizontal PoPs
                                        Firewall/IPS/
                                       Authentication
        VC           Network               server
     Equipment   Monitoring System



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            Concept & Network Design
• Connectivity at DHQ


                   Link to SHQ and
            Links from SDHQ / BHQ
                           On STM 1                           IP Phones




            Fast Ethernet LAN
                                       MSS
                                                          ISDN Backup links
 H.323 VC                       Data
Equipment
                                             1       2             N

                                                 Horizontal PoPs




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     Concept & Network Design
• Connectivity at SDHQ / BHQ




                                                    IP Phones


      System



                                                          Links to DHQ
                       MSS
        Ethernet LAN
                                           ISDN BRI Backup links

                               1       2

                             Horizontal PoPs



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     Concept & Network Design
• Connectivity at Remote BHQs

                                Ku / Xc Band




                                               Remote BHQ




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                     Design Features
   Interfaces shall be realized on plug-in cards with hot swappable
    facility

   Equipment footprint and power consumption should be kept to the
    minimum

   Scalability of design with respect to number of centres, interfaces
    per center and bandwidth

   Ability to route data traffic as per requirement from any location to
    any other location

   Ability to route the voice traffic based on the uniform numbering
    scheme


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                     Design Features
   Support for all industry standard protocols for data communication

   Sufficient diagnostic facilities alongwith the details & level to
    identify & locate the faults and easy rectification of faults.

   The equipments/ interfaces should comply with relevant ITU-T/
    IEEE/ EIA/ ANSI/ NEBS/ TEC etc. standards as applicable.

   The proposed network design shall allow the connectivity of
    existing networks with MSWAN using standard protocol




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                    Design Features
• Redundancy

    Redundancy of relevant elements at appropriate levels
     to minimize disruption of services
        Redundant Control Processors.
        Redundant Load Sharing Power Supplies.
        Hot Swappable Modules.

    The design at DHQs should cater for providing
     redundancy, whenever required by GoM, to the extent
     that each DHQ may be connected to the adjacent
     DHQ and each DHQ is connected to SHQ


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         Operational Requirements
Operational Requirements: The Percentage uptime shall be as
    follows:

   Tier                   First 3 years           Last 2 years
    At SHQ                   - 99.90%                - 99.99%
    At DHQ                   - 99.50%                - 99.90%
    At SDHQ/BLOCK/           - 98 %                  - 99.50%
    Co-located & remote offices

   Operation on commercial 230V AC, 48V DC input power with
    50 Hz ±1%

   24 hrs Toll free Help desk facility and technical manuals for
    providing procedural/ technical assistance to the users.

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                    Security

   Firewall
   Intrusion Detection and Protection System
   Antivirus
   Radius Software for AAA functionality




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                Network Monitoring & Management
    The Network monitoring & management software are an integral part of the
    network performing the following tasks :

   To give accurate report of Hardware and Software deployed on the network.

   To give comprehensive report on the configuration of Hardware and
    Software change made in any part of the network.

   To drill down to a particular network element to view the details of the
    response time, availability, reloads, protocols and interface status. To
    identify & analyze failures of any link / element on the network

   To isolate network error condition and suggest probable cause.

   To print traffic analysis of peak / lean hours/days/months etc.

   To print down time / Up time w.r.t various Network elements and its
    components/ links / Facilities and overall Network.

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               Connectivity Analysis
Categories
Two categories of connectivities are required for MSWAN:

Vertical :       i) SHQ to 7 DHQs
                 ii) DHQ to SDHQs / BHQs

Horizontal :      i) Government offices in Shillong to SHQ
                  ii) District offices with DHQ and
                 iii) Sub divisional offices to SDHQ

For Vertical connectivity only BSNL has network across the state.




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                Connectivity Analysis
BSNL Option

   Network exists throughout the Meghalaya state

   Leased lines available from SHQ to 7 districts, 8 Subdivisions and 23
    Blocks

   No leased line facility at 14 Blocks, (viz. Baghmara, Betasing,
    Chokpot, Gasupara, Gambegre, Shella, Lasiken, Mawjrong,
    Mawkynrew, Ranikore, Rongra, Saipung, Samanda and Zigzag)
    as indicated during meeting with BSNL officials.

   In 2 Blocks (Chokpot and Jirang – Patharkhmah)E1 link will be
    available after December 2006


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              Connectivity Analysis
Solution
–   Vertical Connectivity
•   Leased Links from BSNL for Vertical connectivity wherever
    available
•   VSAT link for Blocks wherever BSNL connectivity in not
    available
–   Horizontal Connectivity
•   Hybrid solution including Leased Lines, RF, OFC etc
    depending on the location & best suited technology vis - a-
    vis cost.




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               Outsourcing Model
Modified BOOT Model

   Services required as required by the State Govt. are specified

   Govt. releases guaranteed payments on quarterly basis
    against the services prescribed in SLA (Service Level
    Agreement)

   Vendor to take care of the availability of the spares to maintain
    guaranteed uptime

   For monitoring of network, separate agency need to be
    involved (if required) and paid accordingly




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             Bandwidth Requirement

           Path          Initial        Future (Anytime)
SHQ to DHQ              2 Mbps           8 Mbps or more

DHQ to SDHQ / BHQ       2 Mbps           4 Mbps or more


SHQ to Remote BHQs   512 Kbps VSAT       2 Mbps Shared
                        BW shared


Mobile Van             512 Kbps              2 Mbps

Internet                4 Mbps       8 Mbps or more


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         Benefits of MSWAN
Intangible Benefits

   Productivity Benefits
   Managerial Benefits
   Public access services
   High IT Industrial Growth
   Image building of the State



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               Benefits of MSWAN
Tangible Benefits
   Financial Savings – MSWAN would help in
    considerable time saving for the direct users resulting
    in an increase in the productivity of the employee. This
    increase in productivity would result in financial
    savings to the government
   Time Management - Due to MSWAN the decision
    making process, plan formulation and implementation
    would be effective and it would also save the workhour
    of all government employees
   Due to MSWAN there would also be savings in
    expenditures like Telecom, Travelling, Fuel and
    Stationery etc.

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Thank you !




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