SANOG V 6-13 February, 2005 Dhaka, Bangladesh
SANOG V Program and Fellowship Announcement
SANOG V program and agenda are now published on http://www.sanog.org/sanog5/. SANOG V is being held in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 6-13 February, 2005. You can refer to www.sanog.org/sanog5/ for details.
Program and Agenda:
SANOG V program incorporates the following
Three hands-on workshops: 6-10 February, 2005
- IP and Network Security Workshop, supported by NSRC - ISP Routing and BGP Multihoming Workshop, by Cisco - DNS / DNSSec Workshop, by APNIC
Possible Tutorials 11-12, February 2005
- BGP and High Availability Routing Workshop by Juniper - IPv6 Tutorial - IX Construction - BGP Multihoming - VOIP and SIP Deployment - ISP and Network Security - Building Wireless Networks
Birds-of-a-Feather : 11-12 February, 2005 - APNIC Q&A BoF - West Asia BoF
Full Day Conference Program : 13 February, 2005 - Regional Updates - Routing and Internet Operations - Application Deployment
Additional Programs: (11-13 February, 2005)
- APNIC Regional policy update - APNIC hostmaster Consultation
SANOG V Fellowship Annoucement
SANOG V is also pleased to annouce the fellowship program with support of the Internet Society and Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC). SANOG V fellows will received a maximum of USD 400 towards air fare and local accomodation during the event.
You can find more information about the fellowship program from the SANOG Fellowship Site at http://www.sanog.org/fellowship/
The SANOG V Call for papers is available on the website, for those who want to contribute towards the program.
Everyone is Welcome.
We expect a huge turn out from the region at this SANOG meeting owing to the popularity at previous meets. For the second time, We also welcome participants from West Asia, with the newly established collaboration with the RIPE NCC. With more involvement of APNIC in the content of overall program, We hope you would be able to make it to this meeting.
The meeting is open to everyone from the operational community, and thus anyone who wants to find out more about Internet operations in South Asia is welcome.
It's also a matter of pride for ISP Association of Bangladesh, and Dhaka to host this event so close to the launch of the Bangladesh Internet Exchange (BDIX) in Dhaka. Participants will get an optional tour of the bdIX during the SANOG V.
You can register for SANOG by sending in the form available at www.sanog.org/sanog5 or using the online registration system. Registrations from inside Bangladesh can be paid by cheques.
Gaurab Raj Upadhaya