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The connection to OIT is provided by a Gigabit CAT5 cable. This CAT5 cable plugs into the OIT switch's inbound Gigabit port (SW0). A patch cable connects the outbound Gigabit port to SWM1. From SWM1, there are 3 branches to ITL switches, branches to Ziltoid (COSI's Firewall), Mirror, Tor-Exit, DDC-Router, and SWX. SWM2 and SWM3 are inside the server racks and distribute network to those racks, except for SWX and DDC which provide network for Grad Machines and the DDC, respectively.
Behind Ziltoid, the patch cables for all the Ethernet and the WiFi inside COSI itself are connected to a handful of switches.
The ITL is connected into some 24 and 48 port switches which distribute network directly. A second switch which is normally unplugged is used to give the ITL network internal connectivity for botnet and virus research.
This is a list of ports to which are connected to our managed switches. It is highly advised not to move machines from their location on the switches without permission from someone who knows the per-port configuration on the switch in question, otherwise some machines may not be properly throttled or managed, resulting in (dire) consequences.
Upload and Download limits are machine centric. The internal switch dialogs are switch centric, thus "ingress" from switch to machine and "egress" from switch to machine.
|Port Number||Allocation||Upload Limit (Ingress in switch) Kb/s||Download Limit (Egress in switch) Kb/s|
The cslab's networking equipment is split into several categories: External, COSI Internal, ITL Internal, and Server Room Internal. In the spring of 2011, the wiring organization and layout of the lab's network setup was redesigned by Christian Mesh, who was advised by Mathew S. McCarrell.
This network allows the cslabs to connect to the outside world via OIT's infrastructure.
The connection to OIT is provided via a Gigibit CAT 5 cable. That CAT 5 cable plugs into OIT switch 1's first Gigabit port. A patch cable connects OIT switch 1's second Gigabit port to OIT switch 2's first port. OIT switch 2's port 2 is then used to provide a Gigabit connection to Mirror. In addition, cslab's external switch 1 & 2 are connected to OIT switch 2's port 21 and 18, respectively.
OIT provides dynamic DHCP/DNS to the labs on the 128.153.144.* subnet. All machines using DHCP in the labs receive a host name of <name>.sclab.clarkson.edu. We also have some static IPs reserved on the 128.153.144.* subnet for our lab PCs to use.
See List of Static IPs - 144 Subnet for more information on the static IPs used on the 128.153.144.* subnet. See List of Static IPs - 145 Subnet for more information on the static IPs used on the 128.153.145.* subnet.
COSI Internal Network
COSI's internal network is used to connect all of the lab PCs and most of our servers to an isolated Gigabit network. This network is primarily used for projects and cloning the lab.
See [List of Static IPs - Internal_Network] for more information
ITL Internal Network
ITL's internal network is used to connect all of the lab PCs to an isolated Gigabit network. This network is primarily used for projects, class demonstrations, and cloning the lab. The network consists of 2 Gigabit switches. Switch 1 has ITL 1 to 12 on ports 1 to 12, a cable to COSI's internal network on port 13, and a patch cable to the switch 2 on port 24. Switch 2 has ITL 13 to 24 on ports 13 to 24, ITL 25 on port 5, ITL TS on port 1, ITL GS on port 23, and the patch cable to switch 1 on port 12.
See List of Static IPs - Internal Network for more information
Server Internal Network
This network is used to connect COSI's servers with a secure Gigabit connection.
The patch panels provide an easy way to tie ports around the room into different switches and keep track of them easily.
There are several small organizational ideas that were implemented to make changing and following cables easier:
1. Patch cables in the front of the black ducts, server and misc cables in the back.
2. The internal networks use green cable and the external network uses blue. There are several exceptions that should eventually replaced.
3. Groups of patch cables are generally bundled together because they are near each other on the patch panel.
This is a basic layout of where the switches are located in the two server room racks