Date and Location
1 - 5 July 2013, Nuku'alofa, Tonga.
PacNOG 13 Educational workshop and training is a continuation of
capacity development program for the IP-ISP network operators from the
PacNOG 13 was held in the Tungi Collonade Building, Taufa’ahau
Road, Nuku’alofa, Tonga.
Accommodation options included Vila McKenzie, Emerald Hotel,
Loumaile Lodge, and Little Italy.
The participant information for PacNOG
13 has now been published. It provides information regarding
hotel rooms, arrival
information, conference and workshop venue, transportation,
visa information, currency, local information, contacts etc.
The agenda for PacNOG 13 is
available now. The conference outline is below.
Day 1 (Monday, 1st July)
- Morning: Plenary Conference on Operations and Country Updates
- Afternoon: Plenary Conference and Tutorials
Day 2 (Tuesday) - Day 5 (Friday): Technical Workshops
- Track 1: Introduction to Routing
- [Course Web Site]
- Instructor: Champika Wijayatunga, APNIC
- Track 2:TCP/IP Fundamentals and Linux System Administration
- [Course Web Site]Instructors: Dean Pemberton and Jon Brewer, NSRC
The presentations will be posted on the completion of PacNOG 13.
Please go into the detailed agenda for the conference and workshop
sessions to download the presentation slides.
How to get to Tonga
Air New Zealand, Fiji Airways (formerly Air Pacific) and Virgin
Australia have direct flights to Nuku'alofa from Auckland, Sydney and
Fiji. For more schedule information, see the Tonga
The PacNOG 13 Fellowship programme will be announced shortly.
For registrations and further information contact the
- PacNOG main web site
- PacNOG 1, PacNOG 2, PacNOG 3, PacNOG 4, PacNOG 5, PacNOG 6, PacNOG 7, PacNOG 8, PacNOG 9, PacNOG 10, PacNOG 11 and PacNOG 12 workshop web sites.
- Subscribe to the PacNOG mailing list
- Pacific Islands Telecommunications Association (PITA)
- Network Startup Resource Center
- Internet Society Workshop Resource Centre
- Internet Society workshops
PacNOG is made possible with the initial and ongoing support of many
organisations with common interests in the development and stability
of IP-ISP network, its operations, services and the capacities. We look forward to continuing support and also support from other
Kind support are from APNIC, Network Startup Resource Center, Team
Cymru, Internet Society, ICANN, internetNZ, National Science
Foundation, PITA, O'Reilly Media, University of Oregon;