PacNOG: Sixteenth PacNOG Meeting, Conference and Educational Workshop: Agenda
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PacNOG 16 Agenda

1st - 5th December, Honiara, Solomon Islands.


Unless otherwise stated, the daily schedule is:

  • Start: 09:00
  • End: 18:00
  • Morning Break: 10:30 - 11:00
  • Lunch Break: 13:00 - 14:00
  • Afternoon Break: 15:30 - 16:00

Conference Plenary

DAY 1 - MONDAY - 1st December 2014
Venue: Heritage Park Hotel, Mendana Avenue, Honiara

08:00-09:00: Registration

09:00-09:20: Welcome Remarks

  • Welcome Remarks - Loyley Ngira, CEO, Our Telekom; PacNOG Host
  • Welcome Remarks - Save Vocea, PacNOG Coordination Committee
  • Introduction of the trainers

09:20: APNIC Update.

  • Elly Tahai, Senior Internet Resource Analyst, APNIC
  • This short presentation covers what is happening around the world with Internet resources and designed to keep the Pacific network operations industry updated. Included are current statistics on AS numbers, IPv4, and IPv6 address delegations, IPv4 markets and transfers, policy implementation, ISIF along with other recent APNIC news, and affects on the industry.
  • Presentation slides

09:50: ICANN Update.

  • Savenaca Vocea, Vice President of Stakeholder Engagement for Australasia and the Pacific Islands, ICANN
  • To cover latest from ICANN, IANA oversight transition and discussions around Internet Governance issues for the technical community.
  • Presentation slides

10:10: NSRC Update.

10:30: Group Photo and Morning Break

11:00: RIPE Atlas

  • Philip Smith, NSRC
  • The presentation explains what the RIPE Atlas Project is, and introduces the audience to the small probes which are deployed globally.
  • Presentation slides

11:10: ADSL/Broadband Deployment to Remote Centres in Solomon Islands

  • Jimmy Reynolds, Our Telekom
  • The presentation will cover Technology used to deliver this service, its challenges, solutions and future plans etc.
  • Presentation slides

11:25: Marshall Islands IP/ISP network, services & operation

11:50: USP online Campus network operations and upgrades - Solomon Islands

12:05: Peering & IXPs

  • Philip Smith, APNIC
  • The presentation describes the purpose of an IXP, about keeping local traffic local, about reducing costs, and about improving the domestic Internet economy.
  • Presentation slides

12:50: Acknowledgements and Closing

13:00: Lunch

14:00 - 18:00: Workshops

See below

19:00 - 21:00: Networking Reception

  • Poolside, Heritage Park Hotel, Honiara


DAY 1 to 5 - MONDAY 1st (afternoon) to FRIDAY 5th December
  • Track 1: BGP Routing
  • Philip Smith (NSRC), Keven Meynell (APNIC)
  • [Course Web Site]
  • Track 2: Linux System Administration & Network Management
  • Jon Brewer (NSRC), Mike Jager (NSRC)
  • [Course Web Site]

PacNOG 16 Social Function
  • Wednesday 3rd
  • Cocktail at Cowboy’s Bar & Grill, Kukum Highway, Pacific Casino & Hotel area, Honiara.

PacNOG 16 Closing Dinner
  • Friday 5th
  • Monarch Bar & Grill at the Iron Bottom Sound Hotel, Honiara.
PacNOG 16 Photographs
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