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had initially agreed to have a new switch installed into the network to provide the private network. However, when it came time to test links from the newly installed videoconference system, InTact setup the local subnet using an address range within the CIT public IP range (which is advertised globally through the standard AARNet network). They did not want to use the private network as this would restrict the videoconference Proof of Concept Network Project Final ReportJanuary 2010 Page 17 of 55
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system from being able to connect to anyone except the South Australian TAFEs. 3.3 Applications Software A website was created to support the practitioners in using the applications and also for the members of the Practitioners’ Network to promote the use of the applications in their institutions. Its address is: http://www.proofofconceptnetwork.com/site/ . Currently it is password protected: the username is ‘applications’ and the password is ‘pocn’. These applications will continue to be hosted by AARNet in 2010 and available to the VET sector to use. Proof of Concept Network Project Final ReportJanuary 2010 Page 18 of 55
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3.3.1 VET Virtual VET Virtual is a web-based interactive meeting and teaching space. VET Virtual has provided an interactive location for teachers and students to communicate and meet when distance or after hours have made it difficult for face to face classes. On average VET Virtual was actively used by 262+ teachers and students each month. Most participants made use of audio while trainers extensively used video, the white board and PowerPoint presentations. Statistics August September October November Sessions 266 Maximum users at one time 8 6 11 7 Bandwidth to Server 2.07GB 1.14GB 1.59GB 0.96GB Bandwidth from Server 9.78GB 5.53GB 11.24GB 1.48GB Average session length 42min 38 42 36 Individual connections 308 297 239 204 Locations Australia 91% China 9% European Union Finland United Kingdom Greece Indonesia Proof of Concept Network Project Final ReportJanuary 2010 Page 19 of 55
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Korea Republic of Philippines Singapore United States VET Virtual has provided a select group of teachers the opportunity to see what is possible when using a high bandwidth web based conferencing application. As a result of this project we are compiling a collection of quotes from teaching staff and student in relation to their experiences of VET Virtual during the past 12 months. These will be made available on www.vetvirtual.org . Although many of the POCN team members did not, or could not, take up the opportunities made available it has provided a wealth of information on the development, technical and provision of web based services across jurisdictions. This information will be invaluable in the future deployment of high speed applications across Australia. These findings will provide a base to make decisions on how a high bandwidth service can be implement and the issues relating to multi user high bandwidth applications. The recommendations are at Section 5.2.
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