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Camp Network Review

Elisa Jasinska, Maxim Salomon, Niels Bakker
Chaos Communication Camp 2007
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Mar 27, 2013
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An introduction into the structure and design of the camp network - featuring a description of hardware setup and focusing on the Backbone Network infrastructure and Wireless LAN. Building a high-demand outdoor network in less than one week is a job that requires sufficient planning in advance. It starts with organizing hardware that is capable to serve the usage profile of about 2342 power-users and ends in asking providers to contribute in upstream connectivity. This talk will give you an outline of what the NOC people do - beginning month before Camp doors open. The Camp network concept is based on the experiences of the last Congresses. So this talk will show you why network is the way it is. Focus of this talk is network from access layer to the backbone and our Wireless LAN. It intends to give network administrators a brief overview of our approach to meet all requirements.

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