• Architecture Model of Academic Information Infrastructure (AII) used to explain the proposed strategies
  • Telecommunication Infrastructure
  • Technical Core / Expertise
  • JICA, World Bank CIDA
  • JICA, CIDA, World Bank
  • Strategies in the telecommunication infrastructure, core IT Internet technology.
  • Strategies in legal Framework to support AII
  • Strategies in AII application layer.
  • Appendix I. Daftar dari Beberapa Universitas di Indonesia yang tersambung ke Internet.
  • Appendix II Daftar mailing list Indonesia.
  • Onno W. Purbo Computer Network Research Group




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    Proposed Strategies


    In this section, we will briefly describe the proposed strategies to aim for our mission and objectives. However, before we describe the proposed strategies, the model used in aiming the objectives will be briefly reviewed to make it easier in explaining the strategies used.
    Architecture Model of Academic Information Infrastructure (AII) used to explain the proposed strategies



    To give some ideas on the contribution of the Academic Information Infrastructure (AII) could be made. It would be better to make a short overview of the brief architecture of a National Information Infrastructure (NII). It can be shown clearly the area where AII could contribute. Further, we can then define / propose the strategies that could be used to perform the AII.

    An NII conceptually can be divided into several layers, namely,



    1. Telecommunication Infrastructure which we can guess related to the services provided by telecommunication operators. We as educational institutions should rent these facilities from the existing telecommunication operators. The operators will professionally perform the services.

    2. Technical Core / Expertise is related to various core technologies, standard in IT that is being used in NII. Research in this area would be needed for distance learning to set standards / efficient way in delivering the materials to the students. Technical core / expertise would be of interest for those institutions which involve in the process to collaborate among each other & build a common expertise / standard.

    3. Regulatory Framework is the most difficult part of all. There are many regulations / concensus to be changed if we need to perform full fledge distance learning program. However, to start with mutual collaboration like exchange of expert etc. would be feasible while retaining the current regulatory framework as it is. Funding Agencies, such as, JICA, World Bank & CIDA, would be of interest to get strong involvement in the regulatory framework.

    4. Computer Network is something that Internet Technology being heavily used. Collaboration among many Internet experts as well as operators has been done for a long time since the beginning of its operation. The key to it is to enable the students at the education centers to be involve in the operation of the network to produce more people with technical knowledge of Internet technology needed to sustain the rapid expansion of Internet in many countries including Indonesia. Thus the decisions / involvement in the computer network / Internet activities is entirely up to the particular universities / institutions.

    5. IT Application is the application layer of the NII which interact directly with the end users. In our case, higher engineering education network is one of the main objective to be supported by the application layer. It would be of interest of funding agencies, such as, JICA, CIDA, World Bank, to get strong involvement in this area.


    Proposed Strategic Planning

    The strategies can be categorized as follows:



    1. Strategies in the telecommunication infrastructure, core IT & Internet technology.

    2. Strategies in AII application layer.

    3. Strategies in legal Framework to support AII.


    Strategies in the telecommunication infrastructure, core IT & Internet technology.

    Since universities / educational institutions are normally not a telecommunication operators, it is customary to use the services provided by local telecommunication operators as our highway to Internet. Unfortunately, in many cases (especially in Indonesia), the telco operators lack the knowledge in computer networking as the technology is developed mostly within the universities. Thus, the scenario in most cases, educational institutions will rely on telco services for its telecommunication infrastructure but run its own Internet operation on top of telco highway.

    Major issues in telecommunication infrastructure are:


    1. It should be low cost.

    2. It should be robust.

    3. It would be beneficial if we could use the existing technology in Indonesia.

    Our experience in building the Indonesian education network, we find two major wireless technology that can be used to build the Indonesian education network in a positif way, namely,

    1. Low cost packet radio network.

    2. 2 Mbps CDMA Metropolitan Area Network.




    It should be noted that our 2 Mbps Wireless Metropolitan Area Network in Bandung for linking several universities is operated & owned by the universities themselves. This model is currently being adopted by other universities as Indonesian PT. Telkom is currently unable to provide 2 Mbps MAN in most Indonesian cities. Thus, it shows clearly that research & development and various innovation done at universities most often creates low cost alternatives but sometimes higher in performance.
    Another alternative that being pursue in linking Indonesian high schools to Internet is using the network topology in the figure. Low cost & locally made packet radio technology is used for sending / transferring E_mail traffics while ordinary phone dial-on-demand technology is used for supporting the need for Web browsing. This technology will significantly reduce the need for telecommunication costs while supporting Indonesia local industries. However, frequency allocation would be the major issue as, currently,
    there is no frequency allocation for educational purposes.
    Information Technology & various aspects related to the use of it to support educational activities are still an open research topics. Thus, the aim of activities in IT / Telecommunication sector would be:

    1. Mutual research & development collaboration in IT / telecommunication through various existing media would be a strong contribution that could be made by any regional network.

    2. Common IT infrastructure to enable any applications to run within the region.

    We understand the importance to have collaborations and networks with partners in Asia Pacific. To aim for these objectives, for example:

    1. ITB is in the process of becoming a member of Asia Multimedia Forum (AMF). Note that ITB is the first university to become a member of the AMF.

    2. ITB has been an active member as well as the member of board of director at Asia Internet Interconnection Initiatives (AI3).

    This shows our commitment in the multimedia field.
    Strategies in legal Framework to support AII.

    The current regulation in Indonesia would prevent some activities to be performed, such as, transfer of credits - and some difficulties to get some activities going, such as, multimedia class over the network. However, current regulation is still allow us to do most of the activities going and very helpful to get the AII run.

    It would be a strong AII contribution to reduce the barrier in legal framework to enable all of the activities to run smoothly. Being not a university administrator as well as not a legal experts has prevent me to write thoroughly on this matter. Several major issues that might arise from the activities are:


    1. Transfer of Credit.

    2. Taking courses from universities from outside Indonesia.

    3. Licensed for invited Prof. / guest lecturer.

    4. University acting as Internet Service Provider (ISP) for the students & its surrounding educational institutions. In Indonesia, we need special licensed from the government for acting as an ISP. It would be nice if we could remove such regulation for educational purposes.

    5. Free licensed to use frequency for building low cost Internet access for educational institutions. Thus, allocation of educational purposed frequencies would be necessary.

    6. Special telecommunication rate for educational institutions.

    7. Knowing that all Indonesian Telecommunication KSO should use 3% of their revenue for human resource development -it would be nice if part of it can be used to support education & research activities.

    8. As new paradigm emerge, it would be beneficial if we can reduce the requirement to become a content provider for a university.

    Those are some of the major issues related to legal framework that has to be solved.
    Strategies in AII application layer.

    In the application layer, we would like to propose several approaches.



    1. Distance Learning.
      Academic institutions can contribute directly in Distance Learning activities with the focus on:

    2. training for trainers. We do not deal directly with undergrads (students), but train the lecturers, teachers, or graduate students. The lecturers will use the experience to propagate the method to their students. It is also practical and scaleable. (Under current condition, we cannot deal with millions of students directly.)

    3. non-degree program. In our opinion, it is wise to start from non-degree distance learning programs. They can be done right away, without worrying about regulations (e.g. credit transfer, acreditation, etc.) This non-degree program can also be implemented in collaboration with the industry. For example an automative industry can train their workers with a multimedia program designed by experts from universities and insustries in a (intelligent / smart) networked multimedia facility.

    4. Focus on prototyping. We are not focusing on end products, rather on the mechanism. Thus the system should be replicateable. There are issues to be resolved such as choosing the right components so that they are easily replicateable.

    5. Access Centers. Academic institutions in distance areas become access centers. In Indonesia, multimedia-capable centers can be build within universities. Why universties? They produce the most impact to the local community and government.

    6. Network of excellence. Network of excellence is a network which consists of access centers described earlier. It is the virtual equivalent of center of excellence, since in the networked world the physical location is not that important. There will be several “network of excellence,” one for each field. The purpose of this network of excellence is digest new information or technologies and distribute them through the network.

    7. Research in multimedia. Research in multimedia is needed, or else we will become consumer only. Research in multimedia is not an academic exercise only. Multimedia business depends on the research. Why? To understand the technology, select the most suitable standard to use, and contribute.



    Appendix I.

    Daftar dari Beberapa Universitas di Indonesia yang tersambung ke Internet.

    University

    Domain

    Link Type

    ISP

    Inst. of Tech. Bandung

    itb.ac.id

    VSAT SCPC 1.5Mbps

    CDMA 2Mbps

    V.35 128Kbps


    WIDE Japan

    RadNet Indonesia



    IPTEK-NET

    Univ. Parahyangan, Bdg.

    unpar.ac.id

    2Mbps

    ITB

    ITENAS, Bandung

    itenas.ac.id

    2Mbps

    ITB

    IKIP, Bandung

    Ikip-bdg.ac.id

    2Mbps

    ITB

    UNISBA, Bandung

    unisba.ac.id

    2Mbps

    ITB

    UKDW, Jogya

    ukdw.ac.id

    VSAT TDMA 128Kbps

    ITB

    UMM, Malang

    umm.ac.id

    VSAT TDMA 128Kbps

    ITB

    UNSOED, Purwokerto

    unsoed.ac.id

    VSAT TDMA 128Kbps

    ITB

    UNTAN, Pontianak

    untan.ac.id

    VSAT TDMA 128Kbps

    ITB

    UNILA, Lampung

    unila.ac.id

    VSAT TDMA 128Kbps

    ITB

    UNSYIAH, Aceh

    unsyiah.ac.id

    VSAT TDMA 128Kbps

    ITB

    IKIP, Manado

    ikip-manado.ac.id

    VSAT SCPC 19.2Kbps

    ITB

    YWCN, Malang

    ywcn.or.id

    128Kbps Leased Line

    ITB

    YWCN, Surabaya

    ywcn.or.id

    128Kbps Leased Line

    ITB

    WCPP, Jakarta

    wcpp.or.id

    4Mbps Microwave Link

    ITB

    STIKI, Malang

    stiki.ac.id

    2Mbps

    YWCN - ITB

    Dempo, Malang

    dempo.ac.id

    2Mbps

    YWCN - ITB

    UNIBRAW, Malang

    unibraw.ac.id

    2Mbps

    YWCN - ITB

    STIE MCE

    stie-mce.ac.id

    2Mbps

    YWCN - ITB

    UKM, Bandung

    ukm.ac.id

    1200bps

    ITB

    ITA, Bandung

    ita.ac.id

    1200bps

    ITB

    LPKIG, Bandung

    lpkig.ac.id

    1200bps

    ITB

    P3GT, Bandung

    p3gt.ac.id

    1200bps

    ITB

    University of Indonesia

    ui.ac.id

    64Kbps

    IPTEK-NET

    Univ. Gunadharma

    gdarma.ac.id

    128Kbps

    IDOLA

    Univ. Bina Nusantara

    binus.ac.id

    1Mbps

    Indosat.Net

    UGM

    ugm.ac.id

    64Kbps

    RadNet

    Univ. Trisakti

    trisakti.ac.id

    19.2Kbps

    IPTEK-NET

    STIKOM, Surabaya

    stikom-sby.ac.id

    64Kbps

    RadNet

    STTS, Surabaya

    stts.ac.id.

    64Kbps

    RadNet

    STT-Telkom, Bandung

    sttt.ac.id

    1200bps

    ITB

    ITS, Surabaya

    its.ac.id

    14.4Kbps (UUCP)

    UI

    UNAIR, Surabaya

    unair.ac.id

    14.4Kbps

    IndoNet

    UNHAS, Ujung Pandang

    unhas.ac.id

    14.4Kbps

    IPTEK-NET

    UPH

    uph.ac.id

    ?

    INDOSAT-Net

    PHI-BETA

    phi-beta.ac.id

    ?

    MegaNet

    UNTAR, Jakarta

    untar.ac.id

    ?

    IndoNet

    Petra, Surabaya

    petra.ac.id

    64 Kbps

    SingTel

    STIE YKPN, Ygy.

    stie_ykpn.ac.id

    64Kbps

    RadNet

    IKIP, Yogyakarta

    ikipyk.ac.id

    ?

    RadNet-UGM

    Mercubuana, Jakarta

    mercubuana.ac.id

    ?

    Vision-Net

    USU, Medan

    usu.ac.id

    ?

    Wasantara-Net

    UPN, Yogyakarta

    upnyk.ac.id

    ?

    UGM

    UNMER, Surabaya

    unmer.ac.id

    ?

    IndoNet

    IPWI

    ipwi.ac.id

    ?

    IndoNet

    IKIP, Jakarta

    ikip-jkt.ac.id

    ?

    IPTEK-Net

    UBAYA, Surabaya

    ubaya.ac.id

    ?

    IndoNet

    STIE Perbanas

    stieperbanas.ac.id

    ?

    IDOLA-Net

    UAJY, Bandung

    uajy.ac.id

    ?

    UNPAR

    Atmajaya, Jakarta

    atmajaya.ac.id

    ?

    IndoNet

    Jayabaya, Jakarta

    jayabaya.ac.id

    ?

    UB-Net

    UKI, Jakarta

    uki.ac.id

    ?

    SingNet

    UNTAG, Surabaya

    untag-sby.ac.id

    ?

    IndoNet

    YPTK, Padang

    yptk.ac.id

    ?

    IndoNet

    Labora

    labora.ac.id

    ?

    IndoNet

















































    Appendix II

    Daftar mailing list Indonesia.


    E-mail Mailing List

    Keterangan

    ybnet-l@itb.ac.id

    Amateur Radio

    Webauthor@itb.ac.id

    Discussion on Site Preparation & Various Techniques

    Wayang@itb.ac.id

    Discussion on Wayang (Puppet Show)

    unpad@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Universitas Padjajaran (UNPAD)

    Unibraw@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Universitas Brawidjaja (UNIBRAW)

    unair@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR)

    tk-l@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Chemical Engineering ITB

    tenis-meja@itb.ac.id

    Table Tennis Discussion

    tcp-group@itb.ac.id

    Relay tcp-group@UCSD.EDU

    taruna-bakti@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SD/SMP/SMA Taruna Bakti, Bandung

    sysop-l@itb.ac.id

    Network Operator AI3/ITB

    Suroboyoan@itb.ac.id

    Arek Suroboyo

    Surabayapost@itb.ac.id

    Surabaya Post Magazine

    strada@itb.ac.id

    STM Strada Mailing List

    stock-market@itb.ac.id

    Stock Market in Indonesia

    smpn5bdg@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SMP 5 Bandung

    smp1sby@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SMP 1 Surabaya

    sman82@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SMA 82 Jakarta

    sman5bdg@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SMA 5 Bandung

    sman3ygy@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SMA 3 Yogyakarta

    sman3bdg@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SMA 3 Bandung

    sman28jkt@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SMA 28 Jakarta

    sman21jkt@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SMA 21 Jakarta

    smada@itb.ac.id

    Alumni SMA 2 Surabaya

    sea-games@itb.ac.id

    SEA Games

    sdm@itb.ac.id

    Human Resource Development

    satelit-l@itb.ac.id

    Satelite Technology

    research-announcement@itb.ac.id

    Research Annoucement at ITB

    raja-net@itb.ac.id




    radar-l@itb.ac.id

    Students at Microwave Lab. ITB

    persib-l@itb.ac.id

    Supporter of PERSIB

    Persebaya-l@itb.ac.id

    Supporter of PERSEBAYA

    psm@itb.ac.id

    Paduan Suara Mahasiswa

    pau-mikro@itb.ac.id

    Relay pau-mikro@ee.umanitoba.ca

    pat-itb@itb.ac.id

    Pendidikan Ahli Teknik Komputer - ITB

    Otomotif@itb.ac.id

    Discussion on Automotive Technology

    Negerikita@itb.ac.id

    Discussion on Negeri Kita

    nt-iis@itb.ac.id

    NT – Internet Information Server

    n21-iwg@itb.ac.id

    N21 – Internet Working Group

    n21-sc@itb.ac.id

    National Steering Committee - NUSANTARA-21

    n21@itb.ac.id

    Public Discussion on - NUSANTARA-21

    midi@itb.ac.id

    MIDI Music

    mesin-its@itb.ac.id

    ITS Mechanical Engineering

    merdeka-users@itb.ac.id

    User of merdeka.itb.ac.id (free UNIX).

    m88-l@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Mesin ‘88 ITB.

    m75@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Mesin ‘75 ITB

    loedroek-l@itb.ac.id

    Loedroek ITB.

    kongres@itb.ac.id




    kimia@itb.ac.id

    Chemistry

    kaji-islam@itb.ac.id

    Kajian ISLAM

    jobs@itb.ac.id

    Job Announcement / Opening

    its_ml@itb.ac.id

    Alumni ITS

    itb75@itb.ac.id

    Alumni ITB Angkatan 75

    itb@itb.ac.id

    ITB big family.

    isdn-forum@itb.ac.id

    ISDN Technology

    Indonesia-press@itb.ac.id

    Indonesia Press / Journalists

    Indonesia-japan@itb.ac.id

    Indonesia-Japan Collaboration

    Indonesia-ix@itb.ac.id

    Indonesia Internet Exchange (IX)

    Indonesia-canada@itb.ac.id

    Indonesia-Canada Collaboraton

    if-l@itb.ac.id

    Informatics ITB

    iap@itb.ac.id

    Ikatan Ahli Perencana Wilayah

    iagi-net@itb.ac.id

    Ikatan Ahli Geologi Indonesia

    hukum@itb.ac.id

    Discussion on various aspect of law & legal framework

    hee-net@itb.ac.id

    Higher Engineering Education - Network

    ham-digital@itb.ac.id

    Relay Ham-Digital@UCSD.EDU

    graphic-design@itb.ac.id

    Graphics Design

    gps-comm@itb.ac.id

    Indonesian GPS Community

    gd-l@itb.ac.id

    Geodesi ITB

    fuel-cell@itb.ac.id

    Discussion of Fuel Cell

    ft-l@itb.ac.id

    Engineering Physics ITB

    freebsd-questions@itb.ac.id

    FreeBSD

    freebsd-hardware@itb.ac.id

    FreeBSD

    freebsd-hackers@itb.ac.id

    FreeBSD

    freebsd-emulation@itb.ac.id

    FreeBSD

    fkm-unair@itb.ac.id

    Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat UNAIR

    fk-net@itb.ac.id

    Fakultas Kedokteran (?)

    fi88-l@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Physics ‘88 ITB

    fi90-l@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Physics ‘90 ITB

    fi-l@itb.ac.id

    Physics ITB

    english-courses@itb.ac.id

    English Course Distance Learning

    elits_ml@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITS

    elektro-usakti@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering Univ. Trisakti, Jakarta

    el688@itb.ac.id

    Course S2 ITB EL688: Data Communication

    el670@itb.ac.id

    Course S2 ITB EL670: Computer Network

    el312@itb.ac.id

    Course S1 ITB EL312: Semiconductor Device

    ekonomi-indonesia@itb.ac.id

    Indonesian Economics

    eftui@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering Universitas Indonesia (UI)

    Ecoscience-indonesia@itb.ac.id

    Ecoscience

    dosen @itb.ac.id

    Mailing List of ITB’s Lecturers

    dokter@itb.ac.id

    Physician Mailing List

    delphi@itb.ac.id

    Delphi Programmer

    clipper@itb.ac.id

    User Group CA-Clipper Programmer

    bumi-net@itb.ac.id

    Open Mailing List on Earth / Kebumian.

    Buddhism-world@itb.ac.id

    Open Mailing List on Buddhism

    borneo@itb.ac.id

    Open Mailing List on Borneo (Kalimantan)

    beta-ufo@itb.ac.id

    Mailing List on UFO

    banua@itb.ac.id




    atm-forum@itb.ac.id

    ATM Technology

    ashkaf-l@itb.ac.id




    arsindo@itb.ac.id




    Argabestari@itb.ac.id

    Keluara Besar Taruna Bakti, Bandung, News

    arema-l@itb.ac.id

    Arek Malang

    arc-l@itb.ac.id

    Amateur Radio Club ITB

    ar-l@itb.ac.id

    Architecture ITB

    ar-91@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Architecture ‘91 ITB

    apsa@itb.ac.id




    ai3@itb.ac.id

    Relay ai3@wide.ad.jp

    ai3-partners@itb.ac.id

    Relay ai3-partners@wide.ad.jp

    ai3-staff@itb.ac.id

    Staff AI3 di ITB

    admin-perpus@itb.ac.id

    Administrator Library Network ITB

    aceh-net@itb.ac.id

    Aceh

    3201@itb.ac.id

    Alumni Civil Engineering ITB

    81-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘81

    84-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘84

    86-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘86

    87-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘87

    88-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘88

    89-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘89

    90-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘90

    91-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘91

    92-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘92

    93-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘93

    94-l@itb.ac.id

    Electrical Engineering ITB ‘94

    acehnet@yuma.acns.colostate.edu

    Aceh

    adnet@uad.ac.id

    Dosen Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Yogyakarta

    aitisa@rccsun.ait.ac.th

    Mahasiswa Indonesia di Thailand

    atinanet@fbgeo1.tuwien.ac.at

    Mahasiswa Indonesia di Austria

    bhk@maillist.cs.orst.edu

    Alumni Bunda Hati Kudus, Jakarta.

    bisa network@uclink2.berkeley.edu

    BISA=Berkeley Indonesian Student Association

    bkkbn@listserv.syr.edu

    Keluarga Berencana

    bumi-net@geoinfo.tuwien.ac.at

    Kebumian & Geodesi.

    caltex@caltex.stanford.edu

    Keluarga Besar PT. Caltex Pacific Indonesia (CPI)

    ccnet@m-net.arbornet.org

    Keluarga Besar SMA Kanisius, Jakarta

    ekuin@cs.wisc.edu

    Ekonomi, bisnis & sekitarnya.

    eiudp-net@sfu.ca

    Staf EIUDP (Eastern IndonesiaUniversity Development Project) in Vancouver and Jakarta

    fica-net@cs.wisc.edu

    Fellowship of Indonesian Christians in America (FICA)

    fish-net@sfu.ca

    Fishery.

    forestry-ind@mbe.ece.wisc.edu

    Forestry.

    forum@bison.mb.ca

    Forum Komunikasi Mahasiswa Indonesia di Kanada.

    gama-net@budi.ee.umanitoba.ca

    Keluarga Besar Universitas Gajah Mada, Jogyakarta.

    gema@grfn.org

    Gereja Mahasiswa Bandung

    iccn@dbs.informatik.uni-muenchen.de.

    Indonesian Christian Computer Network

    id-jp@dok07.dokkyomed.ac.jp

    Indonesia Japan

    ids@listserv.syr.edu

    Jaringan Kajian Pembangunan Indonesia

    ie-its@indo.net.id

    Teknik Industri (Industrial Engineering) - ITS

    ilunift@makara.cso.ui.ac.id

    Alumni Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Indonesia.

    INDONESIA@vm.gmd.de

    Mahasiswa Indonesia di Eropa

    indonesia-forum@cool.mb.ca

    Forum Indonesia-Amerika

    indo@ask.uni-karlsruhe.de

    Mailing List Indonesia

    apakabar@clark.net

    Berita & Pandangan “Lain” Tentang Indonesia

    (moderator John “apakabar” MacDougall)



    indonesia-bc@sfu.ca

    Mahasiswa Indonesia di British Columbia, Canada

    indo@rantau.stanford.edu

    Forum for ICS (Indonesian Club at Stanford)

    Isanet@gwuvm.gwu.edu

    Indonesia di George Washington University in Washington DC

    indoz-net@cc.utas.edu.au

    Indonesian in Australia

    ipb-net@macc.wisc.edu

    Alumni IPB

    isa@maillist.cs.orst.edu

    Indonesian Students in Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, US.

    isg@bison.mb.ca

    Indonesian Student's Group (in Winnipeg, Canada)

    is-lam@isnet.org

    Diskusi Tentang Islam.

    dialog@isnet.org

    Diskusi Tentang Muslim - NonMuslim

    hikmah@isnet.org

    Pertanyaan & Jawaban Ttg. Kristen Oleh ISNET

    indonesians@janus.berkeley.edu

    The first Indonesian mailing list

    kekl@iastate.edu

    Alumni Keluarga Eks forum for SMA Ketapang alumni Kolese Loyola, Semarang.

    kmki@ask.uni-karlsruhe.de

    Keluarga Mahasiswa Katolik Indonesia

    Maluku-net@sfu.ca

    Maluku

    tumoutou@unb.ca

    Sulawesi Utara

    marsud-net@efn.org

    Alumni SMA Fons Vitae I (Marsudirini) mailing list

    netzaga@peak.org

    Alumni SMA Kolese Gonzaga Jakarta

    paroki@paroki.org

    Catholicism or issues in the Catholic religion

    paroki_asia@wave.ec.t.kanazawa-u.ac.jp

    Indonesian Catholic Community in Asia Pasific regions.


    pau-mikro@ee.umanitoba.ca

    Anything on IT & Microelectronics.

    bedug@isnet.org

    Pengajian Staid III net

    PermiasFC@ColoState.Edu

    Indonesian Students in Colorado State University, CO.

    petra-net@iastate.edu

    SMAK Petra II Surabaya Alumnae Mailing List.

    indonesia@wharton.upenn.edu

    Indonesians who reside in the city of Philadelphia, its surroundings.

    pl@mit.edu

    Alumni of SMA Pangudi Luhur, Jakarta.

    ppi@agouti.hds.univ-compiegne.fr

    PPI France Net

    ml-ppihiro@ue.ipc.hiroshima-u.ac.jp

    Indonesian Students in Hiroshima

    ppi-jt@papilio.tutics.tut.ac.jp

    Indonesians studying in Central Japan and the alumni

    ppikyoto@kais.kyoto-u.ac.jp

    PPI Kyoto

    ppinet@athena3.cent.saitama-u.ac.jp

    PPI-Net

    prob-net@doit.wisc.edu

    math, physics, ece, etc, problems

    rantau@virtual.ogrd.wsu.edu

    Minangkabaus (West Sumatran) in foreign soil.

    recis@tamu.edu

    Regina Pacis Alumni mailing list

    ricci@mcfeeley.cc.utexas.edu

    Alumni SMA Katolik Ricci, Jakarta

    diskusi-sara@mbe.ece.wisc.edu

    Discussion on SARA (Suku, Agama, Ras, dan Antar golongan) in Indonesia

    sn-pusat@indo.net.id

    Lembaga Seni Pernafasan SATRIA NUSANTARA PUSAT

    scitech@wave.ec.t.kanazawa-u.ac.jp

    Indonesian Science and Technology (IPTEK).

    semi-cond@mbe.ece.wisc.edu

    all about semi-conductor

    smarp@umich.edu

    Regina Pacis Bogor Alumni mailing list

    smak-1@doit.wisc.edu

    Alumni SMAK-1 (Yayasan BPK Penabur KPS) Jakarta.

    smak-3@mbe.ece.wisc.edu

    Alumni SMAK-3 (Yayasan BPK Penabur KPS) Jakarta.

    smandel-ml@golgi.eijkman.go.id

    Guru, staf, pelajar dan alumni SMA Negeri 8 Jakarta

    sn-sby@indo.net.id

    Tenaga Dalam Satria Nusantara

    tmitb@nusantara.net

    Petroleum and Geoscience within the alumny and faculties of Petroleum Engineering, ITB

    TOPNet@mcfeeley.cc.utexas.edu

    Affiliates of St. Aloysius - Bandung

    trisakti-net@doit.wisc.edu

    Alumni/staff of Usakti Jakarta

    ui-net@macc.wisc.edu

    Alumni staff of Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta

    uksw-club@mcfeeley.cc.utexas.edu

    alumni dan staff Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana

    ml-unhas_net@ue.ipc.hiroshima-u.ac.jp

    Alumni and Staff of Hasannudin University

    unpar@wave.ec.t.kanazawa-u.ac.jp

    alumni of Universitas Katolik Parahyangan (UNPAR)

    weather@cumulus.upthb.bppt.go.id

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