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studnetze:selfnet [2019/11/25 21:03]
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 ^ Website | [[https://​www.selfnet.de/​]] | ^ Website | [[https://​www.selfnet.de/​]] |
 ^ Network plan | [[https://​www.selfnet.de/​services/​network.html|Description of the network]], [[http://​weathermap.selfnet.de| Core-Weathermap]] | ^ Network plan | [[https://​www.selfnet.de/​services/​network.html|Description of the network]], [[http://​weathermap.selfnet.de| Core-Weathermap]] |
-^ Users | about 5000 (11/2018) |+^ Users | about 5800 (11/2019) |
 ^ Studenten in dormitories of the student union | [[https://​www.studierendenwerk-stuttgart.de/​wohnen/​wohnanlagen/​|about 7200]] | ^ Studenten in dormitories of the student union | [[https://​www.studierendenwerk-stuttgart.de/​wohnen/​wohnanlagen/​|about 7200]] |
 ^ Volunteers | about 40 | ^ Volunteers | about 40 |
 ^ Technology | Server: mostly Supermicro or Dell PowerEdge, Switche: Juniper EX3300, EX4500, Router: Juniper MX80, WLAN: Huawei (~800 APs, 2 ACs) | ^ Technology | Server: mostly Supermicro or Dell PowerEdge, Switche: Juniper EX3300, EX4500, Router: Juniper MX80, WLAN: Huawei (~800 APs, 2 ACs) |
-^ | Software: mostly Debian, Python (Scripte, Django), PostgreSQL, ​iptables, dvblast |+^ | Software: mostly Debian, Python (Scripte, Django), PostgreSQL, ​nftables, dvblast |
 ^ | Uplink: 2x 10GBit/s to the internet (via BelWue/​AS553) | ^ | Uplink: 2x 10GBit/s to the internet (via BelWue/​AS553) |
 ^ | Each dormitory building is connected with 10-20 GBit/s singlemode optical fiber. On campus Vaihingen there are still some ancient multimode fibers left that are too long and are only capable of 1GBit/s. | ^ | Each dormitory building is connected with 10-20 GBit/s singlemode optical fiber. On campus Vaihingen there are still some ancient multimode fibers left that are too long and are only capable of 1GBit/s. |