Introduction to Network Monitoring for the BaBar Collaboration.
SLAC is co-ordinating Internet Performance Monitoring between BaBar sites as part of the Internet End-to-end Performance Monitoring Project (IEPM) funded by DOE/MICS. There are currently 5 monitoring sites, and about 45 remote sites. BaBar users not currently monitored can have their site added by contacting us. For more details on network monitoring at SLAC and related SLAC and other projects, visit Network Monitoring.
SLAC has on 0C3 to ESnet and an additional 0C3 to Stanford campus.
Confused ? It may help to read the Tutorial on WAN-Monitoring.
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If you have just arrived into the office this morning and are having trouble using network applications (e.g. you cannot ssh to SLAC machines or web pages download very slowly) you should first consult your local area network administrator at your university to isolate if problem is local. If problems appear to be at SLAC, use the Reporting Network Problems page, or call 650-926-HELP (650-926-4357). The phone number includes a paging system for off-hours reporting of critical problems.Back to top
Revised 16 June 1999
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