PACNOG20

Dates: 4 -7 July 2017
Location: Suva, Fiji
Venue: Tanoa Plaza Hotel
Event Website: PacNOG20


Synopsis

  • This technical workshop is made up of lectures and hands-on lab exercise to teach design issues to build routing infrastructure, classifications and how to choose different routing protocols, Internet routing architecture design principles, OSPF, BGP, BGP traffic engineering and scaling tools i.e. Local Pref, MED, AS path prepend, communities, Route reflector, peer group etc. Presentation cover detail protocol level operation an industry best current practice for both service provider and enterprise network.
  • The course also includes intense practical work based on IPv4 as well as IPv6 and Cisco/Juniper router configuration commands.

Target Audience

  • Mid level to senior technical and design staff of ISP, network operators or enterprise, who are involved in day-to-day network operation and planning function.

Pre-requisites

  • It is assumed that participants have a basic understanding of network operations, Internet technologies, OSI reference model, TCP/IP and router operating system software (i.e CiscoIOS/JunOS etc).

Workshop topics

  • Introduction to IP Routing
  • IPv6 Protocol & Address Structure
  • Operation of OSPF Routing Protocol
  • Router and OSPF Dynamic Routing Configuration (Lab Exercise)
  • Basic BGP operation
  • BGP Attributes and Path Selection Process
  • BGP traffic engineering tools i.e. Local Pref, MED, AS path prepend, communities etc (Lab Exercise)
  • BGP Scaling Techniques i.e. route reflector, peer group etc
  • Lab Exercise on iBGP, RR, Peer group etc.
  • Multihoming techniques
  • Internet Exchange [IX] Policy Overview and Configuration requirement, Route server etc.

Workshop Items

  • Agenda (includes links to presentations and schedule)
  • Instructors: Jessica Wei (APNIC), John Chand (Fiji), Arth Paulite (APNIC)

Synopsis

  • This workshop examines the elements involved in establishing and maintaining security for a network, and building understanding and familiarity with the operations. Device and network infrastructure security is also examined with a focus on establishing robust, stable, and secure networks.

Target Audience

  • This workshop is for all engineers and operators concerned with network security, who are interested in gaining an understanding of and how to mitigate threats.

Pre-requisites

  • It is assumed that participants have a basic understanding of network operations, Internet technologies, OSI reference model and TCP/IP.

Workshop topics

  • Network security fundamentals
  • Network infrastructure security
  • Securing routers
  • Monitoring and managing access
  • Network analysis and forensics
  • Email Security
  • Firewall, IDS/IPS
  • Packet capture

Workshop Items