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8-16 September, 2011, Pokhara, Nepal

The venue for SANOG XVIII is Pokhara. The meeting will be hosted by the Nepal Internet Exchange with support from other local bodies.

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Workshops 8-12 September 2011

Track 1: IPv4 and IPv6 Routing and Deployment (slides - 19MB)
Instructors: Gaurab Raj Upadhaya, Jonny Martin, GZ Kabir, Kshitiz Shrestha, Kabindra Shrestha

Track 2: Campus Network Design and Deployment (NSRC Workshop Page)
Instructors: Phil Regnauld, Dale Smith, Brian Candler,

Track 3: Transport :MPLS Network Design and Deployment (slides - 33MB)
Instructors: Srini Irigi, Alastain Johnson and Ram Krishna Pariyar.

Workshop Details

Opening Social Event : 12 September 2011 , Hotel Barahi, Lake Side

Tutorials: 13 - 14 September 2011

Tutorial: 13 September 2011

Track A: Transport Layer - MPLS, Metro Ethernet, DWDM etc.
AM: Carrier Ethernet and OAM - Santanu Dasgupta
PM : Wireless Networks site assessment, preparation and installation - Jamie Horrell.

Track B : Application Layer : DNSSec, Network Management
AM : Introduction to DNSSec Deployment : Phil Regnauld
PM : ABCs of Network Management : GZ Kabir

Track C: APNIC Track
AM/PM : IPv6 Essentials ; Nurul Islam

Track D: Multicast
PM1 :Introduction to Multicast - Srini Irigi

Tutorial: 14 September 2011

Track A: Network Transport Layer - IPv6, MPLS, Metro Ethernet etc.
AM : Service Provider IPv6 migration tutorial - Srinath Beldona, WIPRO
PM1: Introduction to Various Transport technologies - Alastair Johnson
PM2: Sub 50ms protection switching and Ethernet OAM in Metro Ethernet.- Gaurav Sethi

Track B : Applications and Data Center
AM : Data Center Design and Virtualization - Md. Jahangir Hossain
PM : Building Robust IPTSP Based on Open Source Technology - Anowar Hasan Sabir

Track C: APNIC Track
AM : Internet Resource Management Tutorial : Nurul Islam and APNIC
PM :
Internet Routing Registry (whois, route objects, etc) : Nurul Islam

Conference : 15- 16 Septmeber 2011

15 September 2011

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM: Opening Session

Keynote Speech:
Internet - as it has grown and is growing - Martin Levy, Hurricane Electric

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM: Coffee Break

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM: Internet and IPv6
World IPv6 Day Impact: Anne Lord
World IPv6 Day experience from Pakistan - Aftab Siddique
Approaches to LSN and IPv6 adoption - Alastair Johnson, Alcatel - Lucent

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM: Lunch

2:00 PM – 3:30 PM: Access Network Deployment
Building Reliable Wireless: Jamie Horrell
GPON Deployment experience from Cybernet – Aftab Siddique
Building Access Networks for non-facilities based Operators – Gaurab Raj Upadhaya

3:30 PM – 4:-00 PM – Coffee Break

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM – Internet Exchanges and Peering
Update from Internet Exchange Nepal (NPIX) – Binay Bohra, Samit Jana
Update from Bangladesh Internet Exchange (BDIX) – GZ Kabir

Panel Discussion on Benefits of Overseas Peering vs. Buying Transit

Overseas Peering Experience of NIIG – Deepak Shrestha
Building a Global Peering Network – Martin Levy

16 September 2011

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM: Internet Organizations Update
APNIC Update – IPv4 Exhaustion, IPv6 adoption, – Nurul Islam
ISOC Update – IETF, Community Grants, Chapters – Anne Lord
ICANN Updates - New gTLDs, IDNs – Save Vocea
Routing Table Update - Philip Smith
Benefits of R&E Networks and NRENs Update – Rajan Parajuli

10:00 AM – 10:30 AM: Coffee Break

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM: Closing Session
Migration of TDM Network into NGN for the Fixed Wireline Access Network - Subodh Paudel
Large scale DNS Operations with Database Backend – Devdas Bhagat
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