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Structured cabling system architecture on an ATM backbone provides bandwidth to support a buildingwide network.

Barbara Maaskant, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University

Until recently, the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University`s newest school, did not have a separate on-campus building; it leased two floors of office space in a building across the street from the main campus. Because a new building was on the drawing board, research was required to design a state-of-the-art network. Research uncovered a paper by John Reeves, regional manager at AT&T Distribution Technologies (Atlanta, GA), describing that company`s Systimax structured cabling system. Construction was too far along to implement many of the features of the system suggested in the paper; however, we began to rethink how the computing department`s resources could be better deployed. After several meetings with AT&T, we decided the modular approach to wiring could be integrated into our new building.

The school`s data networking needs in the old building were supported by a local area network and a suite of VMS and Unix file servers. The backbone consisted of Ethernet hardware running transmission control protocol/Internet protocol under Pathworks for DOS-based personal computers, TCP/IP for its Unix machines and Appleshare for Macintosh computers. The system was connected to Emory`s campuswide backbone via a router and provided access to other LANs within the Emory University community and also to such wide area network services as Internet and the World Wide Web.

Planning a modular system for the new building let us use our existing hardware. Each floor of the 10-story building under construction, with its classrooms, laboratories, conference rooms, offices and support facilities, will have its own Ethernet LAN. As any system designer knows, however, managing the costs associated with moving LAN users can be a problem.

In the old building, moves, adds and changes were just a minor inconvenience; however, in the new location, these might result in a major expense. On average, our moves, adds or changes cost between $150 and $400 each and could quickly consume an entire year`s operating funds of the school`s limited budget.

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