[Attendee] Invitation: Topics and participation for the BCOP Track at NANOG 63

Chris Grundemann cgrundemann at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 19:45:56 UTC 2015

Hello NANOG,

This is a friendly notification of and invitation to the BCOP Track to be
held on Monday afternoon at NANOG 63 in San Antonio next week.

We’d (the BCOP Committee) like to invite you to come participate at our
track. This is a great opportunity for newcomers to raise their technical
questions - we're always looking for new topics to explore. Feel free to
email ideas to bcop-support at nanog.org, or come to the track and raise them
in person!

Participation at the track can take (at least) two forms:

1) Come present your idea for a BCOP!

Do you have a question that needs answered about the current operational
practice for some portion of your network? Or maybe you have some insight
to share about how something is best done?

Remember that there are no dumb questions here and no BCOP is too basic or
too simple. The things that you take for granted as common sense are new
information for many other network engineers all around the world. Come
tell us the question you’d love to have answered, or the practice you’d
love to see spread!

2) Come observe, and provide feedback.

There are currently 4 active NANOG-BCOP drafts:
Public Peering Exchange Participant -
Ethernet OAM -
DDoS/DoS Attack -
eBGP Configuration -

We will be discussing all of these documents, including considering moving
some of them forward for last call and ultimately, publication as community
vetted BCOPs! So, come vet them. ;-)

We will likely also be discussing the Anti-Spoofing BCOP draft that is set
to come out of security community stealth mode any day now.

I hope to see many of you at the NANOG 63 BCOP Track in just a few short

~Chris (Co-Chair, NANOG-BCOP)

PS - to stay up to date on all things NANOG-BCOP, join the mailing list:

PPS - you can also reach the committee for questions at:
bcop-support at nanog.org
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