Draft agenda for San Francisco

Susan Harris srh at merit.edu
Thu May 13 12:45:50 UTC 2004


This may change - please keep an eye on www.nanog.org for updates, and see
you next week!
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                           DRAFT AGENDA:  NANOG 31
                           May 23-25, San Francisco


Sunday Tutorials
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1:30 - 3:00 p.m.  BGP Techniques for Service Providers
		    Level: Introductory/Intermediate
	            Philip Smith, Cisco

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.  Using IPsec to Encrypt Your Wireless Traffic at NANOG
	            Level: Introductory, Hands-on
		    Duane Wessels, Measurement Factory

3:00 - 3:30 p.m   BREAK

3:30 - 5:00 p.m.  BGP Techniques for Service Providers (cont'd.)

3:30 - 5:00 p.m.  IS-IS Up to Date
                    Level: Intermediate/Advanced
                    Shankar Vemulapalli, Cisco


Sunday Evening Reception
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6:00 p.m. at a cool SF location :)
Hosted by Switch and Data


Monday, May 24
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9:00 a.m.	Welcome, Introductions
	           Susan Harris, Merit
		   Duane Wessels, Measurement Factory
		   Steve Feldman, CNET

9:15 a.m.	BGP Wedgies: Bad Routing Policy Interactions that Cannot
		Be Debugged
		   Tim Griffin, Intel, author
                   Randy Bush, IIJ, presenter

9:45 a.m.	IP Over Anything
                   Blaine Christian, MCI

10:15 a.m.	Implications of Securing Backbone Router Infrastructure
                   Ryan McDowell, Sprint

10:35 a.m.	BREAK

11:00 a.m.	Benefits of Negotiated Interdomain Traffic Engineering
                   Ratul Mahajan, David Wetherall, and Thomas Anderson,
                   University of Washington

11:20 p.m.	Verifying Wide-Area Routing Configuration
                   Nick Feamster, MIT

12:00 p.m.	LUNCH (on your own)

1:30 p.m.	Case Studies in Intra-Domain Routing Instability
                   Zhang Shu, Nat'l. Institute of Information and
                   Communications Technology, Japan

2:00 p.m.	Implementing Global Network Mobility using BGP
                   Benjamin Abarbanel, Boeing

2:30 p.m.	BGP Standards--What's Next?
               	   Sue Hares, NextHop

3:00 p.m.	BREAK

3:30 p.m.	Happy Packets - Initial Results
                   Randy Bush, IIJ

4:00 p.m.       Research Forum
                --------------
                Predicting Public Internet Growth With Classical Economic
                Theory, or, The Wealth of Networks
	           Tom Vest, eyeconomics.com

                In-Progress Research Designing Support for Troubleshooting
                Complex Network Problems
            	   Livio Ricciulli, Metanetworks


Monday Evening BOFs & Key Signing
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7:30 - 9:00 p.m.   ISP Security and  NSP-SEC BOF V
	             Danny McPherson, Arbor
                     Merike Kaeo, moderators

9:00 - 10:30 p.m.  What Does NANOG Want the IETF to Do?
                     Harald Alvestrand, Cisco
                     Alex Zinin, Alcatel, moderators

9:00 p.m.          PGP Key Signing Party
                     Joe Abley, ISC, host


Tuesday, February 10
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9:00 a.m.	Appropriate Layer 2 Interconnection Between IXPs
                   Keith Mitchell, XchangePoint

9:30 a.m.       Evolution of the U.S. Peering Ecosystem
                   Bill Norton, Equinix

10:15 a.m.	BREAK

10:45 a.m.	IPv6 IPv4 Threat Comparison
                  Darrin Miller and Sean Convery, Cisco

11:15 a.m.      Panel: Network Augmentation--Experiences in Adding
                IPv6 Services/Support to Existing IPv4 Networks
                   Bill Manning, moderator
                   Rob Rockell, Sprint
                   Brent Sweeny, Internet2 NOC
                   Ed Lewis, ARIN

12:00 p.m.	LUNCH (on your own)

1:30 p.m.	Coherent Naming Schemes: A Case Study
                  Matthew F. Ringel, Tufts University

2:00 p.m.	Tulip: A Tool for Locating Performance Problems Along
                Internet Paths
                  Ratul Mahajan, Neil Spring, David Wetherall, and Thomas
                  Anderson, University of Washington

2:20 p.m.	Near Real-Time Publication of  Allocated Netblocks
                  Leo Bicknell, AboveNet
                  Cathy Wittbrodt

2:40 p.m.	Preparing RIR Allocation Data for Network Security
                Analysis Tasks
                  Brian Trammell, CERT

3:00 p.m.	Integrated Security for SNMP-Based Management
                  Wes Hardaker, Sparta

3:15 p.m.	Adjourn





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