Mobile IP Network examples

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Mobile IP Network examples

Adrian Terranova

August 17, 2010

aterranova@gmail.com

Adrian.j.terranova@jpmchase.com


Transit Network

Transit network



Mobile Network

Transit Network

Transit Network

Mobile IP example

Physical / L2 / L3

Transit Network

Transit network



Mobile Network

Transit Network

Transit Network

Mobile IP example

Physical / L2 / L3

Transit Network

Transit network



IP Cage

Transit Network

Transit Network

Mobile IP example

Physical / L2 / L3

Transit Network

Transit network



IP Cage

Transit Network

Transit Network

Mobile IP example

Physical / L2 / L3

OSPF Transit Network

BGP Transit network



OSPF Transit Network

OSPF Transit Network

Datacenter Mobile IP components

Physical / L2 / L3

Servers

Router

Dedicated subnet

OSPF Transit Network

A0
-

1.1.1.3/24



A10
-

192.168.10.0/24

A0
-

1.1.1.100/24

OSPF Transit Network

A0
-

1.1.1.1/24

Single site BGP Transit network

5.0.0.0/24

OSPF Transit Network

A0
-

1.1.1.2/24

T
-

5.5.5.3/24

T
-

5.5.5.2/24

T
-

5.5.5.1/24

Virtual Cage / Single Datacenter Mobile IP

Physical / L2 / L3



A10
-

192.168.10.0/24

A0
-

1.1.1.100/24

T
-

5.5.5.5/24



A10
-

192.168.10.0/24

A0
-

1.1.1.100/24

5.5.5.5 routing table

192.168.10.0/24 gateway 5.5.5.1

5.5.5.5 routing table

192.168.10.0/24 gateway 5.5.5.2

5.5.5.5 routing table

192.168.10.0/24 gateway 5.5.5.3

OSPF Transit Network

A0
-

1.1.1.1/24

Multi site BGP Transit network

5.0.0.0/24

OSPF Transit Network

A0
-

1.1.1.3/24

T
-

5.5.5.3/24

T
-

5.5.5.1/24

Multi Datacenter Mobile IP example

Physical / L2 / L3

T
-

5.5.5.5/24



A10
-

192.168.10.0/24

A0
-

1.1.1.100/24

5.5.5.5 routing table

192.168.10.0/24 gateway 5.5.5.1

5.5.5.5 routing table

192.168.10.0/24 gateway 5.5.5.3

Site A



A10
-

192.168.10.0/24

A0
-

1.1.1.100/24

Site B

Problem Statement

Technology engineering towers minimize impacts inside of their
domains, without regard to impacts on other groups.


Infrastructure consolidation focuses along technology fault lines,
with focus on minimizing the impact to the technology managers
without regard to the users or long
-
term business impacts of
particular business decisions. Technology refreshes focus on
technology resource optimization
vs

corporate resource
optimization.


Data
-
center / Storage / Network / Servers need to provide
flexibility to scale any layer up or down. A component re
-
factor
should be cheaper, in
-
sourcing / out
-
sourcing should be faster
and more dollar efficient thru time.


High
-
usage customers should do the most work, and work
should be linear in growth function, not exponential




Benefits

All Non
-
functional


Time to market


Scale
-
up / Scale
-
down



l2 (network / san)



l3 (network / LB)


Segmentation


Isolation


Encapsulation


Testing


Hard Split Shared Components


Fault Domain


Performance / Capacity Domain


Change Domain


Lifecycle management


Reduced effort for DR testing (production IS)


Minimized changes from production to DR


Reduced resources to support business requirements

Use Cases

Intra
-
site relocation /
rehosting

Inter
-
site relocation /
rehosting

Out
-
sourcing

In
-
sourcing

Service / Department demarcation

Use Cases

Intra
-
site relocation /
rehosting

Inter
-
site relocation /
rehosting

Out
-
sourcing

In
-
sourcing

Service / Department demarcation