India Internet Engineering Society (IIESoc <https://www.iiesoc.in/>) &
Industry Network Technology Council (INTC <https://industrynetcouncil.org/>)
has received a grant
from ISIF Asia <https://isif.asia/about-isif-asia/> to assist enterprises
in the Asia/Pacific region with IPv6 deployment.
To that end, one important part is training on IPv6. The IPv6 webinar
schedule is out. We will have a hands-on lab portion the week following
the conceptual webinars. These classes are extremely useful for anyone
planning to deploy IPv6 at enterprises/university or just interested to
learn about IPv6.
Click HERE <https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/916570897222768655> to
register. (You only need to register once to attend any or all sessions).
- Introduction to IPv6 : Feb 4, 2021
- Lab: IPv6 basics : Feb 11, 2021
- Neighbor Discovery: March 4, 2021
- Lab: Neighbor Discovery: March 18, 2021
- IPv6 Address Planning: April 8, 2021
- Lab: IPv6 Address Planning: April 15, 2021
- IPv6 Transition Mechanisms: May 6, 2021
- Lab: IPv6 Transition Mechanisms: May 13, 2021
- DHCPv6: June 3, 2021
- Lab: DHCPv6: June 10, 2021
- IPv6 and Cloud: June 17, 2021
- Lab: IPv6 and Cloud: June 24, 2021
- Introduction to IPv6 Security July 8, 2021
Our Trainer - Nalini Elkins <http://insidethestack.com/about_us/nalini>
Nalini Elkins is the President of the Industry Network Technology Council. She
is also the CEO and Founder of Inside Products, Inc. Nalini is a
recognized leader in the field of computer performance measurement and
analysis. She has been the founder or co-founder of three start-ups in the
Nalini started her career doing network design and monitoring for the
Chevron network. She specializes in network performance analysis,
measurement, monitoring, tuning, and troubleshooting of large enterprise
networks. One of her specialties is training and network design for IPv6
migration for large enterprises. Many of the Fortune 1000 level companies,
as well as the large US government organizations, have taken her classes on
various networking topics.
She has developed network monitoring and diagnostic products which were
later marketed by IBM and other software companies. She received the A.A.
Michelson Award from the Computer Measurement Group for her contributions
to the field. Nalini is on the Advisory Board of the India Internet
Engineering Society (IIESoc).
Find the details of webinars HERE <https://www.iiesoc.in/ipv6-webinars>.
The first webinar in the series is the* "Introduction to IPv6"* on Feb 4,
2021, at 21:30 - 22:30 IST.
Details: To be successful in implementing and understanding IPv6 networks,
you need to first understand the IPv6 address methodology which is, in many
ways, a fundamental change from the IPv4 paradigm. In this introduction,
you will become familiar with what is different as well as what is the same
• Public and private addresses
• IPv6 Prefixes
• IPv6 Address Structure
• IPv6 Interface ID
• IPv6 Addressing and Address Allocation Methods (stateless, stateful)
• Address types, unicast, multicast, anycast
• Address categories: global, site-local, link-local
• Unique Local Unicast addresses
• Zero compression
• Special addresses (loopback, unspecified, IPv4 mapped IPv6)
• Broadcast address elimination
This webinar will be followed by a hands-on lab to illustrate the concepts
shown. You do not need any equipment to participate. We will send full
instructions so that if you wish, you may do the same commands/exercises
but this is entirely optional.
We hope you will grab this opportunity and do publicize this within your
circles so that more folks can benefit from it.
Dhruv, President, IIESoc
Nalini, President, INTC
Tutorials are filling fast - Register now!
Register now for APRICOT 2021 to secure your participation at the
tutorials and stay up to date on what's happening at the conference.
Trainers from the community and APNIC will share their knowledge and
experience at several hands-on tutorials, including:
- Securing Internet Routing with RPKI
- Network Monitoring & Management 2.0
- Wireless Deployment
- IPv6 Deployment
- DNSSEC Operations
There are still a few tutorial spots left to confirm, and places are
limited. The tutorials will be held online from 22 to 26 February and
the online conference runs from 1 to 4 March 2021. Participation is free
for all and registration will remain open until the last day of the
Call for Papers open
Do you have an interesting presentation on Internet operations and
technologies to share with the community?
The APRICOT 2021 Call for Papers is open and the program committee is
looking for presentations on topics including:
- IPv4/IPv6 routing and operations
- Internet backbone operations
- Peering, interconnects and IXPs
- Network Function Virtualisation
- Network automation/programming
- Content Distribution Network technology & operations
- Research on Internet operations and deployment
- Network infrastructure security
- IPv6 deployment on fixed and wireless/cellular networks
- Access and transport technologies, including Cable/DSL, LTE/5G,
wireless, metro ethernet, fibre, segment routing
- Content and service delivery and "Cloud Computing"
Draft slides for both tutorial and conference sessions MUST be provided
with submissions otherwise the PC will be unable to review the
submission; this means that submissions that do not include slides will
be rejected immediately. For work in progress, the most current
information available at time of submission is acceptable.
All draft and complete slides must be submitted in PDF format only.
Final slides are to be provided for publication by 21 February 2021.
Prospective presenters should note that the majority of speaking slots
will be filled well before the final submission deadline. Presenters
should try to get material to the PC sooner rather than later.
More information about key dates is available on the conference website.
Nominations are open for the APNIC EC election
You have until Thursday, 11 February 2021 at 17:30 (UTC +10) to submit a
nomination for the APNIC Executive Council (EC) election on Thursday, 4
The Executive Council represents the APNIC membership and acts in the
best interests of the organization.
The EC members whose terms are expiring (and eligible for re-election)
- Gaurab Raj Upadhaya
- Kenny Huang
- Yoshinobu Matzusaki
- Yuedong Zhang
Nominees do not have to be representatives of APNIC Members; however,
only APNIC Members may make nominations. APNIC Members are welcome to
nominate a representative of their own organization. The APNIC Member’s
Corporate Contact must authorize the nomination.
Have your say!
Have ideas to improve the management and use of Internet number
resources in the APNIC region?
Consider submitting a policy proposal. The call for proposals for the
Open Policy Meeting on Wednesday, 4 March is open now and closes on 31
If you're not sure what's involved, here's a handy guide to help you.
Good policy relies on a range of opinions. Everyone can participate. It
doesn't matter how much experience you have — it's a great way to
contribute to the Internet.
Thanks to the sponsors
Many thanks to the sponsors for their support of APRICOT 2021.
We from ICANN Nomcom2021 are pleased to invite interested individuals to apply for key leadership positions within ICANN. For more details please visit NomCom webpage <https://newsalerts.icann.org/Q0nE0yR0CF2P00N2d00z0Z0> .
Selected individuals will have a unique opportunity to work with accomplished colleagues from around the globe to help shape the Internet's technical coordination & policy development.
Interested candidates especially from Asia Pacific region and especially women, please do consider applying. For any queries or to discuss, please feel free to ping me!
Kindly circulate to your connections.
From: ICANN <no-reply(a)external.icann.org>
Sent: 27 January 2021 01:35
Subject: ICANN News Alert -- Apply Now for ICANN Leadership Positions
<https://newsalerts.icann.org/b0000dRPnCE0EZ2y0200y0N> Apply Now for ICANN Leadership Positions
26 January 2021
LOS ANGELES – 25 January 2021 – Today, the Nominating Committee (NomCom) of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) invites interested individuals to submit applications for key leadership positions within ICANN. Selected individuals will have a unique opportunity to work with accomplished colleagues from around the globe to help shape the Internet's technical coordination and policy development. The deadline to submit applications is 18 March 2021 at 23:59 Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).
We are inviting applications for the following positions:
* Three members of the ICANN Board of Directors.
* Three regional representatives to the At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) – one each representing the Africa region, Asia, Australia, and Pacific Islands region, and Latin America and Caribbean region.
* Two members of the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) Council – one representing the Contracted Parties House and one representing the Non-Contracted Parties House.
* One member of the Country Code Names Supporting Organization (ccNSO) Council.
Guided by the broad public interest, those selected will work to fulfill ICANN's mission to coordinate the global Internet's system of unique identifiers, and in particular, to ensure its stable and secure operation. The selected leaders will make a valuable public service contribution toward ensuring the stable and secure operation of the Internet's unique identifier systems.
Fluency in English is a requirement for all positions.
Other qualifications, skills, and time commitments vary depending on the position. For information, visit the NomCom webpage <https://newsalerts.icann.org/Q0nE0yR0CF2P00N2d00z0Z0> .
Each ICANN Board member has the option to receive compensation in accordance with the resolution passed by the Board on 30 July 2014, but it is not required (See Board Member Compensation <https://newsalerts.icann.org/f00nd0P0yG002R20CNEAZ00> ). The remaining positions are voluntary.
Application Deadline and Process
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For full consideration, the NomCom must receive applications by 18 March 2021, 23:59 UTC. Candidate applications that remain incomplete at the end of this period will not be considered.
Following receipt of the applications, the NomCom will consider all applicants and select a shortlist of qualified candidates.
Selections are expected to be announced in August 2021. Successful candidates will assume their positions at the conclusion of ICANN72 Annual General Meeting in October 2021.
Meetings, Travel, Reimbursement, and Compensation
These positions require regular participation in virtual meetings via telephone and Zoom. The positions may involve significant international travel when pandemic-related travel restrictions lift. Reasonable direct and properly documented expenses incurred in the course of service by Board Directors and volunteers will be reimbursed.
For More Information
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From: nog-bounces(a)bdnog.org <nog-bounces(a)bdnog.org> On Behalf Of Philip Smith
Sent: Wednesday, 13 January 2021 10:49 AM
Subject: [bdNOG] SANG 36 programme published
The programme for the SANOG 36 Virtual Event has now been published.
Please go to https://aus01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.san... for more information about SANOG 36 programme and for information on how to register.
Participation information will be available to those who register.
See you on Monday!
In response to feedback from operational security communities,
CAIDA's source address validation measurement project
(https://spoofer.caida.org) is automatically generating monthly
reports of ASes originating prefixes in BGP for systems from which
we received packets with a spoofed source address.
We are publishing these reports to network and security operations
lists in order to ensure this information reaches operational
contacts in these ASes.
This report summarises tests conducted within ind.
Inferred improvements during Dec 2020:
Source Address Validation issues inferred during Dec 2020:
ASN Name First-Spoofed Last-Spoofed
24560 AIRTELBROADBAND 2016-03-12 2020-12-22
55836 RELIANCEJIO-IN 2017-03-03 2020-12-31
132976 KINGSBROADBAND 2018-09-17 2020-12-31
24186 RAILTEL 2018-12-08 2020-12-30
45184 DEN-ISP-AS-IN-AP 2020-08-28 2020-12-31
138731 KOVAIFN 2020-11-08 2020-12-31
56268 SREERAM-NED1-IN 2020-12-11 2020-12-31
Further information for these tests where we received spoofed
packets is available at:
Source Address Validation issues inferred during Dec 2020
using open resolver tests:
ASN Name Last-Detected
132941 IRIISNET 2020-12-05
132166 RIDA 2020-12-05
139529 FASTTELE 2020-12-05
134177 RBPL-IN 2020-12-05
137117 AIRWAVES 2020-12-05
133647 ELXIREDATA 2020-12-05
45694 VOL 2020-12-05
132116 ANINETWORK-IN 2020-12-05
139195 SEANSMEDIAPVTLTD 2020-12-05
134016 VELOCITY 2020-12-05
134319 ELYZIUM 2020-12-05
17754 EXCELL 2020-12-05
137678 PDNPL 2020-12-05
136710 SRUSHTIB 2020-12-05
136720 AIRTECHZONE 2020-12-05
133275 Gigantic 2020-12-04
55824 NKN-CORE-NW 2020-12-04
9829 BSNL-NIB 2020-12-04
24560 AIRTELBROADBAND 2020-12-03
Further information for these tests is available at:
Please send any feedback or suggestions to spoofer-info(a)caida.org
As you may be aware, the SANOG 36 Virtual Event starts on Monday 18th
Registration is now open. Please go to https://www.sanog.org/sanog36/
for more information about SANOG 36 and for information on how to register.
The Programme Committee hopes to be able to publish the final agenda by
Monday next week. So far we've listed some of the agenda highlights.
And if you are hoping to present but not submitted your proposal yet,
now is a very good time to do so.