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sanog28 [2016/08/02 12:38]
Fakrul Alam created
sanog28 [2016/08/08 17:03]
Simon Sohel [Track 1 - IPv4/IPv6 Routing Workshop]
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 **Dates:** August 1-9, 2016\\ **Dates:** August 1-9, 2016\\
 **Location:​** Mumbai, India\\ **Location:​** Mumbai, India\\
-**Host:​** ​ [[http://​|SANOG]]\\ +**Host:​** ​ISPAI [[http://​|ISPAI]]\\ 
-**Venue:** Hotel Trident \\+**Venue:** Hotel Trident ​BKC, Mumbai ​\\
 **Website:​** [[http://​​sanog28/​program.html|SANOG28]] **Website:​** [[http://​​sanog28/​program.html|SANOG28]]
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 **Synopsis** **Synopsis**
-  * This technical workshop ​is made up of lectures ​and hands-on lab exercise ​to teach design issues to build routing infrastructure,​ classifications ​and how to choose different routing protocols, ​Internet ​routing architecture design principles, OSPF, BGP, BGP traffic engineering and scaling tools i.e. Local Pref, MED, AS path prepend, communities,​ Route reflector, peer group etc. Presentation cover detail protocol level operation an industry best current practise for both service provider and enterprise network.+  * This is a technical workshopmade up of lecture ​and hands-on lab work to teach the IPv6 Routing skills required for the configuration ​and operation of large scale networks that make up the Internet.
 **Target Audience** **Target Audience**
-  * Mid level to senior technical and design ​staff of ISP, network operators or enterprise, ​who are involved in day-to-day ​network ​operation ​and planning function.+  * Technical ​staff who are now building or operating a wide area service provider ​network ​with international ​and/or multi-provider connectivity,​ or considering participation at an Internet Exchange point 
 **Pre-requisites** **Pre-requisites**
-  * It is assumed that participants ​have basic understanding of network operations, Internet technologies,​ OSI reference model, TCP/IP and router ​operating system software ​(i.e CiscoIOS/JunOS etc)+  * It is assumed that the workshop ​participants ​know how to use router/switch command line interface (CLI). 
 +  * Do basic router ​configuration and have a working knowledge of an IGP (OSPF or ISIS) and BGP fundamentals. 
 +  * Have basic idea Router/Switch/​Datacenter. 
 +  * Have basic idea on Internet and Internet Exchanges.  
 +  * This workshop is not an introduction. The lab exercises use Cisco IOS configuration syntax.
-**Workshop Items** 
-  ​[[bdNOG5/​Track1Agenda|Agenda]] ​ (includes links to presentations and schedule+**Workshop Requirement** 
-  * Instructors: ​[[#|Simon Sohel]], [[#|Zobair Khan]], [[#|Jessica Wei]], [[#|Anurag Bhatia]] + 
-  * wiki:​Track1GroupPhoto Group Photo +  * Each participant will bring their own laptops - (Windows/​Linux/​OSX). 
-  * [[#|Survey]]+  * Laptop should have standard with wireless adapter to connect with the lab network. 
 +  * Each laptop should have Putty/​Tera-Term or any standard Telnet Software. 
 +**Recommended Software** 
 +  * PuTTY SSH for Windows (SSH) [[http://​​~sgtatham/​putty/​latest/​x86/​putty.exe|putty]]  
 +  * PuTTY Secure Copy for Windows (SCP) [[http://​​~sgtatham/​putty/​latest/​x86/​pscp.exe|scp]]  
 +**Workshop Items**
 +  * [[sanog28/​agenda|Agenda]] ​ (includes links to presentations and schedule)
 +  * Instructors:​ [[https://​​in/​simonbaroi|Simon Sohel Baroi]], [[https://​​author/​jessica-wei/​|Jessica Wei]], [[https://​​in/​kzobair|Zobair Khan]], [[https://​​in/​anuragbhatia21|Anurag Bhatia]],
 +  * [[sanog28:​routing.jpg|Group Photo]]
 +  * [[https://​​r/​8MBF89N|Survey]]
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