PacNOG: Seventeenth PacNOG Meeting, Conference and Educational Workshop: Agenda
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PacNOG 17 Agenda


13th - 17th July, Apia, Samoa.

Schedule

Unless otherwise stated, the daily schedule is:

  • Start: 09:00
  • End: 18:00
 
 
  • Morning Break: 10:30 - 11:00
  • Lunch Break: 13:00 - 14:00
  • Afternoon Break: 15:30 - 16:00

Conference Plenary

DAY 1 - MONDAY - 13th July 2015
Venue: BlueSky Samoa Headquarters, Apia

08:00-09:00: Registration

09:00-09:10: Opening

  • Opening prayer by Reverend Alo Polani
  • Welcome Remarks - Laeimau Oketevi Tanuvasa - CSL, PacNOG Host

09:10: Opening Address

  • Seiuli Ueligitone Seiuli Alualu – Associate Minister for Ministry Communication Information & Technology (MCIT)

09:30: Vote of Thanks

  • Fred Christopher, PacNOG Coordination Committee

09:40: Group Photo & Morning Break

10:10: ICANN Security, Stability & Resiliency of the DNS Update

10:25: ROAs (Route Origin Authorizations)

10:50: Graphing BGP

11:20: IXPs in the Pacific: Lessons learnt.

11:50: Updates: Cook Islands

12:00: Updates: BlueSky

12:10: Updates: Samoa and CSL

  • Laeimau Oketevi Tanuvasa & Rita Eteuati, CSL
  • Presentation covers SNBH, 2nd Submarine Cable (SFC1), and the Samoa IXP
  • Tev's and Rita's Presentation Slides

12:25: Updates: Guam

  • Manny Hechanova, University of Guam
  • Update about what is happening in Guam, connections to Palau, and Federated States of Micronesia.
  • No Slides

12:30: Introduction to Virtualization

13:00: Lunch

14:15: Networking the Pacific

  • Jon Brewer, NSRC
  • This talk explores the internet uptake, connectivity, and interconnectivity of a number of island nations in the Pacific. Physical links including submarine fibre cables and satellite networks are discussed, a physical distance to latency indicator is introduced, and provider networks are evaluated for latency.
  • Presentation Slides (84Mbytes)

15:30: Afternoon Break

16:00: Practical Introduction to IPv6

  • Philip Smith, NSRC
  • This presentation discusses why the Internet is deploying IPv6, shows what changes when compared with IPv4, and covers the commonly adopted transition technologies today. The presentation concludes by describing how to plan to transition to IPv6 and covers the steps required for a network operator.
  • Presentation Slides

17:30: Updates: Fiji

  • Ruveni Waqanitoga, Telecom Fiji
  • Presentation looks at the impact of Connect peering with Vodafone Fiji's Akamai cache
  • Presentation Slides

17:50: Acknowledgements and Close

18:00 - late : PacNOG 17 Informal Evening Networking


Workshops

DAY 2 to 5 - TUESDAY 14th to FRIDAY 17th July
Venue: BlueSky Samoa Headquarters, Apia
  • Track 1: BGP/IXP Workshop
  • CLass size: 28
  • Instructors: Philip Smith (NSRC) and Andy Linton (NSRC)
  • Venue: Bluesky Samoa HQ


PacNOG 17 Closing Function
  • Friday 17th, 16:00-16:30
    • Acknowledgements
    • Trainers Debriefing Report
    • Certificate Presentation
    • Closing Remarks
  • Friday 17th, 18:00-late: FiaFia Evening
    • Prayer
    • Welcome & Acknowledgement by Host
    • Sponsors Welcome remarks
    • Gifts for Trainers
    • Networking & Social evening
PacNOG 17 Photographs
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