PacNOG: Tenth PacNOG Meeting, Conference and Educational Workshop: Agenda
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21st - 26th November, Nouméa, New Caledonia.


Unless otherwise stated, the daily schedule is:

  • Start: 08:30
  • End: 17:30
  • Morning Break: 10:00 - 10:30
  • Lunch Break: 12:30 - 13:30
  • Afternoon Break: 15:00 - 15:30
DAY 1 - MONDAY - 21st November 2011
Venue: Le Méridien Nouméa Hotel, Nouméa, New Caledonia.
Conference on Practical Network Topics and Exchanges

08:00-09:00: Registration

09:00: Welcome & Opening Remarks

  • Mr. Cyrille JERABEK, OPT Telcom Director
  • Dr. Philip Smith, Director of Learning & Development, Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC); on behalf of PacNOG Coordinating Committee

09:10: Country Report - IP-Internet & telecommunications challenges in New Caledonia

09:30: ICT in New Caledonia – discussion and overview of key indicators, and trends

09:50: Tea Break

10:20: Group Photograph

10:30: Managing the Depleted IPv4 address; policies update

  • Elly Tawhai, Senior Internet Resource Analyst/Liaison Officer, Pacific, Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC)
  • Presentation Slides

11:00: IPv6 Deployment Planning

11:25: RouteViews

  • RouteViews provides operational and research support to the Internet Routing community. RouteViews operates BGP monitors and data collectors at key exchange points throughout the world. The infrastructure is used to support a diverse set of activities including: operational routing, prefix hi-jack detection and alerting, and analysis of Internet growth. This talk will provide an overview of the RouteViews project, and the services provided.
  • John Kemp, Network Services, University of Oregon
  • Presentation Slides

11:45: Common security issues affecting ccTLDs and other domain registries/ Case study on DNS resiliencies

12:10: The Underground Economy and the Regional Threat profile

  • A look at the activities and operation of the Underground economy and the threats and trends currently observed in the Region
  • Cecil Goldstein, Team Cymru
  • Please visit the Team Cymru website for more information about the content of this presentation.

13:00: Lunch Break

14:00: Lightning Talks: Country updates on Network Development and Operations

  • This is an opportunity for participants from various countries around the Pacific Island region to update the rest of the conference participants on what is new in their country.

14:05: Tutorial: DNSSEC and DNS security

15:45: Tea Break

16:15: Tutorial: A Brief look at Botnets, DDOS attacks and Mitigation

  • Cecil Goldstein, Team Cymru
  • Presentation Slides are included as part of the Network Infrastructure Security Workshop materials.

17:40: Instructors Briefing

  • Track 1 by Philip Smith
  • Track 2 by Phil Regnauld
  • Track 3 by Champika Wijayatunga

17:45-19:30: Social Reception

DAY 2 to 6 - TUESDAY 22nd to SATURDAY 26th November
Workshop Lab Tracks
Venue: Le Méridien Nouméa Hotel, Nouméa, New Caledonia.
  • Track 1 - IPv4/IPv6 BGP Routing: Philip Smith (APNIC)
  • Room: La Perouse 1
  • Track 2 - LINUX Systems, SysAdmin & Management Tools, IP Fundamentals, PHP/LAMP : Phil Regnauld (NSRC) & John Kemp (University of Oregon)
  • Room: D’Entrecasteau
  • Track 3 - Internet and Network Security Fundamentals: Champika Wijayatunga (APNIC) & Cecil Goldstein (Team Cymru)
  • Room: James Cook
Group Photographs
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