A collection of videos covering Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), the primary routing protocol used to transfer data and information on the Internet or autonomous systems. BGP is a Path Vector Protocol which maintains paths to different hosts, networks and gateway routers and determines the routing decision based on rules, filtering, weight and community. Understanding the myriad options for routing can produce efficiencies for institutions and create opportunities for research and education networks to collaborate.
A collection of videos covering CNDO, or best common practices for designing, building and operating a campus network. This includes selecting the equipment, configuration, and security policies optimized for high-performance scientific applications and general-purpose business systems or “enterprise” computing.
A collection of videos covering perfSONAR, a tool for end-to-end monitoring and troubleshooting of multi-domain network performance. perfSONAR provides network engineers with the ability to test and measure network performance, as well as to archive data in order to pinpoint and solve service problems.
A collection of videos covering Science DMZ, a portion of the network, built at or near the local network perimeter that is designed such that the equipment, configuration, and security policies are optimized for high-performance scientific applications rather than for general-purpose business systems or “enterprise” computing.
A collection of videos for understanding the complex issues of Federated Identity Management such as eduroam or edugain and links to resources.
A collection of YouTube videos presenting the information technology staff and network engineers that NSRC trains and engages with in building network connectivity and human capacity.