[apops] SANOG 7 - Mumbai, Program Announcement
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- Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2005 05:48:02 +0000
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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 South Asian Network Operators Group (SANOG) VII 16-24 January 2006, Mumbai, India Hosted by ISPAI. SANOG VII Program AnnouncementSANOG VII program and agenda are now published on http:// www.sanog.org/sanog7/. SANOG VII is being held by ISP Association of India (ISPAI) in Mumbai, India from 16-24 January 2006
Daniel Karrenberg, Chief Scientist, RIPE NCC and Paul Wilson, DG, APNIC will address the plenary session of SANOG VII. There will be 3 workshops, 10 tutorials, 3 BoFs and over 16 presentations during the event. APNIC will hold a special Open Policy Meeting Showcase at SANOG VII, and for the first time at SANOG, we'll have a Peering Panel and Debate.
Registration Discounts available for ISPAI, APNIC, APIA members. Detailed information is available at http:/www.sanog.org/sanog7/
Program and Agenda: Three hands-on workshops: 16-20 January 2006 - - ISP Routing and BGP Multihoming Workshop - - IPv6 Essentials, Applications and Routing Workshop - - Multicast Routing and Applications Workshop Ten Tutorials: 21-22 January 2006 - - BGP and High Availability Routing Tutorial, Prasad Babu - - DNS / DNSSec Deployment Tutorial, Champika Wijayatunga- - IXP Construction and BGP Multihoming, Philip Smith, Gaurab Raj Upadhaya - - L2VPN - Changing and Consolidating Networks - Paresh Shah, Md. Waris.
- - Layer2 Attacks and Mitigation techniques, Yusuf Bhaiji- - DDoS prevention in Service Provider Networks, Wireless Security, Pravin Mahajan
- - The Basics of Multicast - Marshall Eubanks, - - QoS and Multicast on MPLS Networks , Rajesh Shinde - - QoS on Low Bandwidth & High Delay Links, Prakash Shende Birds-of-a-Feather (Special Evening Sessions) : 21-23 January 2006 - - Managed Services - - Anti-SPAM Tools and Techniques - - Internet Society (ISOC) BoF APNIC Special Sessions - - APNIC Helpdesk sessions throughout SANOG VII - - APNIC Open Policy Meeting Showcase on 24th January 2006 Two Days Conference Program : 23-24 January 2006- - Alternative architectures for Broadcast Video Distribution - Srinath Beldona, Cisco
- - RA-MPLS services - Kapil Kumar, Reliance - - Network Infrastructure for IPTV - Saisree Subramanian, Wipro- - Efficient Resource Broker Architecture to Provide Guaranteed QoS - - Praveen Kumar, Anna University
- - Graceful Restart of Routing Protocols - Prasad Babu, Juniper- - Backbone Architectures for NLD/ILD: Design; Optmization & Services - - Chandan Mendiratta (Cisco) - - Network Infrastructure Security in Cellular Data Networks: An Initial Investigation - Vishal Sharma (IIT-Bombay) - - Traffic Engineering and Network Planning Tools for MPLS Networks - - Dr. Girish P. Saraph (IIT-Bombay) - - pmacct; a new player in the network management arena - Paolo Lucente (CNR-Italy) - - Flow measurements from the packet-switched NREN PIONIER: technology and experience - Wiktor Procyk (Poznan S&N Center) - - Interest Based Group Management Mechanisms for E-learning Design using the Peer to Peer Technologies - Surya (AIT)
- - Internet Routing Table Update - Philip Smith (Cisco) - - INOC - DBA Update - Gaurab Raj Upadhaya ( PCH)- - Data Network Management for Telecom Operators in ASIA - Sufi Faruq (AKTEL)
Peering Panel and Debate - - Nigel Titley, Peering Manager, FLAG Telecom - - Sylvie Laperriere, Director- Peering, Teleglobe - - Sharad Shangi, Net4India, - - Gaurab Raj Upadhaya, PCH, (moderator) Local Fellowships are still available.We expect a huge turn out from the region at this SANOG meeting owing to the popularity at previous meets. We also welcome participants from West Asia, with our 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.
You can register for SANOG by sending in the form available at www.sanog.org/sanog7 or using the online registration system. Registrations from inside India can be paid by DD
Looking forward to seeing you there. Thanks On Behalf of the SANOG Organizers -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (Darwin) iD8DBQFDqj4TSo7fU26F3X0RAviHAKDDOXmp1qm+XcHRcgW3PAbzY7MlBQCfVurQ hVBYqINDDaTNiA6t7Hr5rRM= =J540 -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----