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20040419:Level II Feeds



Hi Matt,

We expect the 2nd tier sites to have I2 connections as our focus is the
.edu domain.

Not sure what hardware you are speaking of that is (could be) delayed by
this decision...

The decision is based upon connectivity and reliability of administration
as well as logical geographical considerations.

Which network topology are you speaking of:

> where in the network topology?

The level II data distribution will have its own topology.

Who do you desire to feed...?

Thank you,

Jeff
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Unidata Program Center                        PH:303-497-8676        :
University Corp for Atmospheric Research      3300 Mitchell Ln       :
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On Mon, 19 Apr 2004, Unidata Support wrote:

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> ------- Forwarded Message
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> >To: Linda Miller <address@hidden>
> >cc: <address@hidden>
> >From: Matthew Huber <address@hidden>
> >Subject: Re: Unidata
> >Organization: UCAR/Unidata
> >Keywords: 200404191941.i3JJfuCT015056
>
> Hi,
>       It's been a while since I put in my first request, so I'll request it
> again.  What is the process for determining the second tier sites.  We
> have a number of hardware purchases that are on hold until we can
> determine who our downstream peers are....Internet2 sites, ETF sites,
> where in the network topology?  We've got preferences for who we'd like
> to distribute to as well.
> thanks,
> -matthew
> On Apr 19, 2004, at 1:50 PM, Linda Miller wrote:
>
> > All,
> >
> > Unidata is pleased to offer assistance to you concerning topology
> > decisions for relay site distribution of Level II data.  Unidata
> > Support will also provide recommendations for second level sites and
> > beyond.
> >
> > Unidata's Internet Data Distribution (IDD) has been successfully used
> > for data distribution since 1995, so we have a great deal of
> > experience with coordination and maximizing data flows for data
> > distribution.
> >
> > Unidata support will respond promptly concerning your inquiries,
> > including support and statistics that will facilitate the process.
> > The documentation available from Unidata should be a useful tool for
> > you as you ramp up.  Support will make recommendations on support
> > email lists, Web documentation, etc., that will be useful to you.
> >
> > As mentioned during the recent conference call, send your email to:
> >
> > <address@hidden>
> >
> > Best of luck to all of you as you embark on this new endeavor!
> >
> >
> >
> > Linda Miller - address@hidden
> > External Liaison, Unidata
> > University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
> > P.O. Box 3000
> > Boulder, CO 80307-3000
> > 303-497-8646 fax: 303-497-8690
> >
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