Draft NANOG Agenda

Susan Rebecca Harris srh at merit.edu
Tue May 26 20:55:21 UTC 1998

Greetings - here's a draft agenda for the June 1998 NANOG.  On Monday
evening, we'll also feature demos of freely available routing tools and
other BOFs - stay tuned for more information. 

For meeting details, see http://www.nanog.org/mtg-9806/update.html .
Looking forward to seeing you!

SUNDAY, June 7:  Evening Tutorials		

7:15 p.m.	Introduction to Multicast 
		(Dave Meyer, Cisco Systems)

8:45 p.m.	Interesting Things You Can Do With OSPF	(Howard Berkowitz)

MONDAY, June 8		

9:00 a.m.	Welcome, Introductions, Future Meetings	
		(Bill Norton, Merit)

9:30 a.m.	Recommendations on Queue Management and Congestion
		Avoidance in the Internet	
		(Van Jacobson, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

10:00 a.m.	QoS and Ebone: Issues and Potential Solutions	
		(Sean Doran, Ebone)

10:30 a.m.	BREAK	

10:45 a.m.	Differentiated Services Panel: Working Group Update and
		Viewpoints From the Community
		  (Kathleen  Nichols, Bay Networks, moderator)
		Priority Service for Internet Traffic
	          (Van Jacobson, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
		Differentiated Services Support in Cisco Routers 
		  (Fred Baker. Cisco)
		TBA (Peter Ford, Microsoft)

12:15 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.	LUNCH	
1:45 p.m.	Introduction to the NETPERF.NET Inter-Provider Network
		Performance Monitoring Project 	
		(Avi Freedman, Net Access)

2:00 p.m.	Path and Round-Trip Time Measurements: a New Project at
		CAIDA 	(Daniel McRobb, CAIDA (Cooperative Association for 
		Internet Data Analysis))

2:30 p.m.	Building Large-Scale Internet Measurement Infrastructure
		(Vern Paxson, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

3:00 p.m.	Update from the IPMA Project 	(Craig Labovitz, Merit)

3:30 p.m.	BREAK	

3:45 p.m.	Roadmap to a Distributed Registry: Transition to RPSL
		(Routing Policy Specification Language)	
		(Cengiz Alaettinoglu, ISI, Curtis Villamizar, ANS)

TUESDAY, June 9		

9:00 a.m.	Overview of FBI Computer Investigations	
		(Scott Larson, FBI)

9:45 a.m.	Network-based Denial of Service Attacks:  Descriptions and
		How to Protect Your Network	
		(Craig Heugen, Cisco)

10:15 a.m.	What Is a VPN?	(Paul Ferguson, Cisco)

10:45 a.m.	BREAK	
11:00 a.m.	Dial-in VPN Using Layer 3 Tunneling 	
		(Gary Malkin, Bay Networks)

11:30 a.m.	Broadband VPNs - Outsourcing ISP services to Cable TV and
		XDSL Providers	(Bruce Perlmutter, Bay Networks)

12:00 p.m.	LUNCH	

1:30 p.m.	Implementing Simplex IP Bandwidth Augmentation and
		IP-based News and HTTP Broadcast Services via Geosynchronous 
		Satellite (Avi Freedman, Net Access)

2:00 p.m.	Scaling and Other New BGP Features (Mark Turner, Cisco)

2:30 p.m. 	ARIN Update  (Kim Hubbard, ARIN)

2:45 p.m.	BREAK	

3:00 p.m.	InterNIC Update	(Mark Kosters, InterNIC)

3:30 p.m.	Update on UCAID, Internet2, and the Abiline Project
		(Guy Almes, UCAID)

4:00 p.m.	Closing Remarks	(Bill Norton, Merit)

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