16-24 January 2006, Mumbai, India
SANOG was hosted by Internet Service Providers' Association of India (ISPAI) in the financial capital of India, Mumbai, in early 2006. This was the first time ISPAI is hosting SANOG, but it's the second instance of SANOG in India. Major Indian and quite a few global operators have operations in Mumbai, which made SANOG7 a truly global one. We had more than 225 participants and some very interesting presentations. Thankyou to everyone who worked to make it a success.
6 February 2006 : Slides are now available for download
6 January, 2006: SANOG 7 2nd Round fellowship results
16 December, 2005 : SANOG 7 Workshop Details published
15 December, 2005 : SANOG 7 2nd Round Fellowship Opens
15 December, 2005 : SANOG 7 Draft Agenda v1.0 Now Published
1 December, 2005 : SANOG 7 Fellowship Results
10 October 2005 : Online Registration now Open
15 September 2005 : SANOG 7 Call for Papers
SANOG VII Keynote:
Daniel Karrenberg, Chief Scientist, RIPE NCC
Daniel Karrenberg has been with the Internet since it early days in early 70s. He was responsible for the establishment of the RIPE NCC, the first RIR. He was also the first operator of the internet root server outside the US. Daniel has long been associated with Internet routing research, DNS operations and test traffic measurements in recent years. He currently is the chief scientist at the RIPE NCC.
SANOG VII Highlights
• 3 Workshops on BGP Multihoming, IPv6 and Multicast
• 6 Tutorials in multiple tracks.
• APNIC Regional Members Meeting and Policy Showcase
• Fellowship Program for South Asians
SANOG 7 Local Website