ISC Networking Input Assumptions FY ‘99-03 (Continued)
The $866,675 of allocated costs that is currently being collected from the schools to pay for the initial loan for conduit, fiber and electronics, should continue to pay for network infrastructure upgrades after June, 1999 when the debt service is retired (FY ‘99 ISSUE)
ISC Networking will take on new debt service to pay for disaster avoidance. The first phase will be distributed routing (four more sites) with single mode fiber linking the routers. (FY ‘99 ISSUE)
Increased Internet bandwidth, reliability and redundancy are critical. Internet2 participation is assumed. Full costs of Internet2 participation should not be in central service fee. There should be an institutional subsidy for Internet2 connectivity and participation (FY ‘99 ISSUE)
The general fee will continue to be used to subsidize remote access for off campus students. The revenue for this service will be increased in BY ‘99 to match demand. (FY ‘99 ISSUE)
ResNet electronics monies should come from the general fee (FY ‘99 ISSUE).