Draft agenda for NANOG 41

Steve Feldman feldman at twincreeks.net
Tue Sep 4 20:19:08 UTC 2007

The NANOG Program Committee is please to announce the draft angenda for
the NANOG 41 conference, to be held October 14-16 in Albuquerque, NM:

SUNDAY, October 14

- Joint NANOG/ARIN IPv6 Workshop: 8:30am - 4:30pm

- Tutorials
  1:30pm - 3:00pm
     BGP Multihoming Techniques (part 1) - Philip Smith, Cisco Systems
     Layer 3 VPN for v4 & v6 in IP Core - Madhusudan Nanjanagud, Cisco Systems
  3:30pm - 5:00pm
     BGP Multihoming Techniques (part 2) - Philip Smith, Cisco Systems

- Newcomers meeting and reception: 3:30pm - 5:00pm

- Community meeting - 5:30pm

MONDAY, October 15

- General session: 9:00 - 12:30

  9:00- 9:30  Opening Remarks
  9:30-10:00  Perfect Storms, Internet Economics, and the Future
              of the Internet - David Meyer, Cisco/Univ. of Oregon
 10:00-10:30  Resilient L2 VPNs - Ian Cowburn, Alcatel-Lucent
 10:30-11:00  BREAK
 11:00-11:30  From NetFlow to IPFIX: the evolution of IP flow
              information export - Brian Trammell, CERT/NetSA;
              Elisa Boschi, Hitachi Europe
 11:30-12:30  Optical Panel - Moderator: Ted Seely, Sprint

- General session: 2:00pm - 3:30pm

  2:00- 2:30  LISP: A Level of Indirection for Routing
	      Dino Farinacci, Cisco
  2:30- 3:30  LISP-CONS: A Content distribution Overlay Network
              Service for LISP - David Meyer, Cisco/Univ. of Oregon
  3:30- 4:00  Protection and Fault Recovery at Internet Peering Points
              using 802.1ag CFM - Rahul Vir, Foundry Networks

- BOFs: 4:00pm - 5:30pm

  Peering BOF XVI - Bill Norton, Equinix

- Beer 'n Gear - 5:30 - 7:30

TUESDAY, October 16

- General session - 9:00 - 12:00

  9:00-10:00  KEYNOTE: Stephen Ryan, General Counsel, American Registry
              of Internet Numbers (ARIN) and Partner, McDermott, Will
              and Emery in Washington D.C.
 10:00-10:30  BREAK
 10:30-11:00  Have We Reached 1000 Prefixes Yet?: A snapshot of the
              global IPv6 routing table - Gert Döring, SpaceNet AG,
              presented by CJ Aronson
 11:00-12:00  EOTWAWKI: The end of the world, as we know it
	      - Cathy Aronson, Daydream Imaging & Leo Bicknell, ISC 

- General session - 1:30 - 5:00

  1:30- 2:00  IPv6 Transition & Operational Reality - Randy Bush, IIJ 
  2:00- 3:00  Lightning Talks!
  3:00- 3:30  BREAK
  3:30- 4:00  Integrating Networks - Nina Bargisen and Michael Lyngbøl, TDC
  4:00- 4:15  Research Forum: BGP Protection Without Global Cooperation
	      - Josh Karlin, University of New Mexico and Stephanie
	      Forrest, University of New Mexico and Jennifer Rexford,
	      Princeton University
  4;15- 4:45  TBA
  4:45- 5:00  Closing Remarks and Election Results

This is a draft agenda, and will be subject to change until the
meeting ends.  For current information, see http://www.nanog.org.

On Sunday, October 14, there will also be a special one-day workshop
on IPv6 implementation, jointly sponsored by NANOG and ARIN.  The
week continues with the ARIN XX meeting on October 17-19.

Finally, a few announcements from Merit:

Meeting registration (https://www.nanog.org/registration/) is open
and the lower registration rate is in effect through September 24.

The group room rate at the hotel (http://www.nanog.org/mtg-0710/hotel.html)
expires September 24.  Note: make your reservation early as NANOG is
meeting on the tail end of the International Balloon Fiesta.  Hotel
rooms will be in high demand, especially on Saturday night, Oct. 13.

For additional meeting information, please see http://www.nanog.org/.

See you in Albuquerque!

	Steve Feldman
	PC Chair

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