Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD

SDNAP websiteSDNAP: San Diego Network Access Point at SDSC

The San Diego Network Access Point (SD-NAP), established in February of 1998, is a neutral network traffic exchange facility that is intended to provide a location for local data network service providers to exchange Internet traffic. The SD-NAP is hosted by the Enterprise Network Services group at the University of California's San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) and is collaboratively supported by the Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) and SDSC Enterprise Network Services staff.

The SD-NAP's primary functions are to facilitate efficient interconnection of Internet Protocol (IP) transit networks within and to the San Diego area, and to provide a platform for traffic analysis by CAIDA researchers with the goal of promoting a robust, scalable global Internet infrastructure.

Contact: Jay Dombrowski, phone 858-534-5023.


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