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COMMUNET June 1993, Week 2

Subject:

Re: Internet Access Message

From:

Pres Smith <[log in to unmask]>

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Communet: Community and Civic Network Discussion List

Date:

Fri, 11 Jun 1993 15:28:51 -0400

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Grant R. Bowman writes:
>
    [E.V. Quotes deleted....]
>
>
>         I agree, but I am not sure if we can afford to ignore and not
> participate in the dealings of our government when they have the ability to
> directly effect our lives.  I would like to be able to think that I will be
> allowed to do my own thing locally, but I am not sure the the U.S. works
> that way.  The question that I would like answered then becomes:
>
> Is there any danger we need to worry about in not representing ourselves in
> these circles?
 
      Well, quite aside from the Telco's, there's Educom to work out the
  compromises for you.  See the very informative but resigned and beaten
  assessment below.
 
>
> >-------------------------------------------------------------------------<
>    Grant Bowman                   Delta Sigma Phi, Technology Task Force
>    [log in to unmask]      All hardware is worthless.  --Torque Systems
>
 
 -----------------forwarded message---------------------
 
 
    [According to Vigdor Schreibman, Educom has been working behind
     the scenes to reach compromise language on HR1754, but others
     argue terms won't represent general public interests.  Still,
     this is the first rationale we have had of Educom's position.
     Note the assumption that there will be no federal network and
     the changed emphasis from the NREN as National Research and
     Education Network to the NREN "Program", in which case it
     should be, "NREP".  A clear signal the NSFnet "backbone" for
     general education and public use is being abandoned--"old-news"
     on Com-Priv.--pres smith]
 
   ----------------------------forwarded message-------------------
 
 
Subj:   RE: Fate of Internet - HR1757 - Vigdor msg of 6/8
 
Date: 11 Jun 1993 10:42:54 -0400 (EDT)
From: [log in to unmask] (Mike Roberts)
To: [log in to unmask]
Cc: [log in to unmask] (Mike Roberts)
 
 
Vigdor is obviously entitled to his opinion, but I doubt the fate of
the Internet hinges on HR1757.  Here is the present situation as
seen by us - ie EDUCOM Networking Task Force.
 
It has been apparent for some time that the commercial segment of
NSFNET needs to be separated from the developmental R&E segment. I
assume it is safe to assert this on com-priv where it has been a
principal topic of conversation for nearly three years.
 
In the fall of 1992, the NTTF took the position that NSF should
accomplish this, in concert with other goals, by providing for
a phased transition from an unpriced inter-regional connectivity
situation on the current backbrone to a priced situation with
multiple providers.
 
The May 6th solicitation proposes to do this by making grants to
midlevel networks on a declining basis over four years.  The
midlevels are now in the process of preparing proposals in response
to this provision of the solicitation.  It has been postulated by
others that if the existing T3 regional gateways to the bakbone
were priced, they would cost +- $300K/yr.  Presumably the midlevels
would not expect to pay more for this bandwidth. Since MCI
is partnering with CoREN and already provides this connectivity,
that is the basis of at least one leading alternative.
 
Since the midlevels ar experiencing rapid growth in their membership,
and since NSF is going to provide some transition funding, the
effect on the prices for connection to the Internet as seen by
individual campuses is not likely to rise significantly in the
near term and perhaps not at all depending on the trend of bandwidth
pricing for T1/T3/OC3 etc over next five years.  There is the related
issue that many campuses may experience an explosiion in volume
of traffic across their connection as video and such services as
Gopher and WAIS become much more popular.  That will serve to drive
down unit costs but raise total costs.  A familiar problem in
campus computing and hardly one which will deprive members of the
academic community of access to basic Internet connectivity.
 
HR1757 has two major parts - one deals with authorization of
federal funds for an expanded program of federal support of networked
applications in several areas.  The other is intended to update the
NREN related provisions of the High Performance Computing Act of 1992,
also known as the Gore bill.  References and page numbers below are
to the committee draft dated 6/1/93, which is scheduled for markup
at a public meeting of the Science subcommittee on 6/17 at 10am.
 
One change is largely semantic and designed to eliminate a point on
which there has been great confusion.  The NREN is redefined as a
federal PROGRAM.  Previous references to the NREN as a "network" are
replaced with references to the Internet.  Thus, in the future, the
NREN program will support various extensions and improvements to the
Internet, which is essentially what has been going on anyway. I
understand that the FNC is deliberating, assuming this provision
becomes law, on the disposition of such misbegotten constructions
as iiNREN, FNREn, DREN, etc etc.
 
Three provisions of HR1757 have been at issue for the last two months
since the intervention of the Bell companies and their NII Task Force
representatives in this legislation.  Several rounds of negotiation
have taken place, and a number of compromises have been made on both
sides.
 
Section 305 (a), p.8, now provides that NSF and NTIA will sponsor a
Internet connections program which will "(1) foster the development
of network services ion local communities which will connect insitutions
of education at all levels, libraries, museums, and State and local
governments to each other; and (2) provide funds for purchase of
network services to entities described in paragraph (1), or organizations
representing such entities, to connect to the Internet."
 
This section formalizes in law and expands the connections program
which has been operated by NSF for several years.
 
Section 102(d) of the HPCA, p. 32, is amended to restrict the use of
federally supported test bed networks. The operative language is that
such networks shall not be used to provide services "that could
otherwise be provided satisfactorily using commercially available
networks services.  Determination of satisfactory availability shall
include consideration of geographic access to and affordability of
service, and timeliness and technical performance standards in
providing services."
 
The qualifying language in this section is intended to ensure that
transitions from testbed network services to production services
in the future evolution of the Internet are achieved in an equitable
manner.
 
The effective date of this provision is to be set by the Director of
OSTP after consultation with the affected federal departments and
a review of technical developments in Internet technology, such as
class of service and source routing, which will make it feasible to
implement.
 
Section 102(h), p.34, is a rephrasing of language which appears elsewhere
in the HPCA. "Development of data communications networks pursuant
to this Act shall be through purchase of standard commercial transmission
and network services from vendors whenever feasible, and by contracting
for customized services when such purchase is not feasible, in order
to minimize Federal invesment in network hardware and software."
 
This section is intended to quiet private sector fears that an infamous
plot is afoot among the new occupants of the White House to create a
federalized Internet.
 
 
There will be those from the left and the right who feel that this
compromise language does not meet their own view of the appropriate
federal role in the Internet.  The political process, which is currently
operating on this bill, is intended to resolve such conflicts.  The
EDUCOM Networking Task Force feels these provisions strike a reasonable
balance between public and private sector needs.  Our members intend
to strongly support the bill if it is reported out next week with
this language intact.
 
It should be noted that Title VI of S.4, the companion bill in the Senate,
has different and onerous language in it which should be resisted by
the networking community.  The most appropriate way to do this is to
ask that the wording of HR1757 be substituted for S.4 in the appropriate
places.
 
Finally, many of us in the university networking community have suffered
from duplicitous behavior by telephone companies over the years and
have a well validated distrust of their strongarm tactics.  In a
public statement in Washington yesterday at a meeting of the NII Forum,
Tom Spacek, director of the NII program at Bellcore, said that the
Bell companies supported the 6/1 version of HR1757 described above.
My personal opinion at this point is that we need to go the extra mile
with these people and work together to get HR1757 passed without further
amendment.  If it turns out we're wrong, there will be plenty of time
for a general blood letting over the course of the summer and fall.
 
- Mike Roberts
 
ps - I would be happy to answer question raised by the above but pls
send such inquiries to me at my educom address as information overload
from other sources doesn't permit me to subscribe to com-priv.
 
potential for
 
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