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13th January 2009:
Highlights from the US-Pakistan R&E Network Initiative.

30th October 2008:
US-Pakistan International Research and Education Network connecting the Pakistan Education & Research Network (PERN) to global R&E networks now operational.

17th June 2008:
TransPAC2 Atlas now available.


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2012 TransPAC2 Workplans

* Applications - 2.0
   [John Hicks]
* Engineering - 8.0
   [Chris Robb]
* IRNC Review - Final
   [Jim Williams]
* Measurement - 9.0
   [John Hicks]
* Security - 8.0
   [John Hicks]

Latest report to the NSF
December 2009

Transpac2 Statistics

Click here to view the TransPAC2 Router Proxy, provided by the GRNOC.

Click here to view TransPAC2 Atlas, developed by the GRNOC.

The daily RRD graphs directly below show the 10-second averages of aggregate traffic as measured in Los Angeles. The graphs are created using the GRNOC developed SNAPP. The green area represents inbound traffic (toward the LA TransPAC2 router) and the blue line represents outbound traffic (away from the LA TransPAC2 router). Click on either of the two graphs to see weekly, monthly and annual averages.

Click here for a complete list of statistics including packets per second and errors per second. The statistics listed below are bits/sec

APAN Tokyo-XP via TransPAC2 (OC-192) Bits/Sec Stats

APAN Tokyo-XP via TransPAC2 bps graph

10GE to PacWave-LA via HP 6410 switch Bits/Sec Stats

Pacific Wave Aggregate bps graph

Hong Kong to Japan link (see topology map) provided by NICT Japan

tpr5 : ge-0_0_0.25 (CERNET via ONS on HongKong) 10 Gbits/sec RRDTOOL Traffic graph of tpr5 in bits per second

tpr5 : ge-0_0_0.26 (CSTNET via ONS on HongKong) 10 Gbits/sec RRDTOOL Traffic graph of tpr5 in bits per second