TERENA Networking Conference 2001    
         
         
   

Session 6B

Local Access of Services: Problems and Solutions in the Last Mile
Chair: M. Ufuk Çaglayan, Bogaziçi University, Turkey

As both local and global networking technologies evolve, problems of accessing new network services at the user end remain an important issue. Especially in campus settings, where the service demands of users are diverse, finding proper solutions to problems of security, service quality and availability, scalability and the vast spectrum of high performance end-user equipment creates serious challenges for network service providers. This session will try to answer some of the questions encountered by both end users and network service providers.

6B1   High Performance Networking for College and Universities:
         From the Last Mile to a Global Terabit Research Network

         Michael McRobbie, Indiana University, United States of America
         Abstract and Profile - Slides (PowerPoint - 3346kb)

6B2   Internet Access for Academic Networks in Lorraine -
         infrastructure and services
         Alexandre Simon, CIRIL - Henri Poincaré University, Nancy, France
         Abstract and Profile - Paper (PDF 720 kb)
         Slides (PowerPoint 431 kb)

6B3   View on Delft: Connecting Staff and Students
         to the Campus Network of Delft University of Technology

         Laura Stappershoef, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
         Abstract and Profile - Slides (PowerPoint - 596kb)

   
         
   

 

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