[NANOG] NREN Network Design

Rashed Alwarrag ra at app-tec.com
Tue Feb 2 00:10:49 CST 2010


Tariq
It's really nice to hear from Sudan in NANOG :) , the problem as Alex state it's not clear at all a PI address / BGP peering could be a solutions for it , VNE (Virtual Network Environment) it's to isolate the applications located in one machine in virtual networks like ( VMware ) using it , so can you please give us more details about the problem 

Thanks a lot 

Rashed Alwarrag
Applied Technologies 
NOC Manager     



-----Original Message-----
From: Tarig Yassin Adam [mailto:tarig at suin.edu.sd] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2010 5:26 AM
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: [NANOG] NREN Network Design

I'm try to redesign the Sudanese NREN (National Research & Education Network). we provide end to end service,to our customers. Our network is build over local ISPs. But the problem of the current design that each time we need to go back to the ISP to change our Infrastructure IP addresses, when the situation need this.How can solve this? I heard about something called Virtual Network Environment which give us the full control of ISP routers, is it the best solution? What about others NRENs.Thanks

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Eng. Tarig Yassin Adam
Sudanese Universities' Information Network (SUIN)
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E: tarig at sustech.edu


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