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IHEP and CC-IN2P3 connectivity issues

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  On January 2nd, the capacity of the ORIENTplus/TEIN3 link from London to Beijing was upgraded to 5Gbps (it was 2.5Gbps) of usable bandwidth for transferring data. Currently there are no limitations on the amount of bandwidth we can use for high-energy physics data traffic but some limitations could be applied in the future if this traffic impacts other communities' usage of this shared network link.
Additional details about this upgrade available in the presentation "Advances in ORIENTPlus" by Erik-Jan Bos from NORDUnet [via Eric Lancon].
 In addition, IHEP's local area network configuration was modified early January so that the firewall bandwidth is now 10Gbps.

-- FabioHernandez - 2012-06-12

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