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Core Topics

  • Routing and IPv6
  • VoIP


To teach participants how to set up an operational network with multiple routers, using OSPF as an IGP and BGP as the routing mechanism to connect this network to other networks.

The workshop will also introduce all aspects of IPv6 required by an ISP for their Internet backbone.

The workshop has a further goal to introduce participants to VoIP configuration, and will prepare participants to allow them to offer VoIP services to their subscribers and users.


  • Track 1: Tuesday, June 29th - Saturday, July 3rd


This is a technical workshop made up of lextures and hands-on lab work.

  • Routing: The workshop is open to technical staff who are now or soon will be building or operating a wide area TCP/IP base Internet Service Provider (ISP) network or Internet eXchange Point (IXP), likely with international and/or multi-provider connectivity.
  • VoIP: The workshop is open to technical staff who are now or soon will be deploying VoIP services on a IP based Internet Service Provider (ISP) network, Enterprise network or Campus network.


Detailed Outline

An Overview Outline is currently available. A condensed, daily version will be available on this page shortly. As the course progresses presentations, exercises and notes will be made available on this page.

Presentations and Course Files

Routing & IPv6

  • Presentations:
    • Routing Basics
    • Intro to OSPF
    • Deploying OSPF
    • Intro to BGP
  • Lab Work:
    • Setting up network with OSPF and BGP
  • Presentations:
    • Introduction to IPv6
    • IPv6 Routing Protocols
    • BGP Attributes & Policy
  • Lab Work:
    • Adding IPv6 to previous Lab
    • eBGP Lab (using IPv4 and IPv6)
  • Presentations:
    • BGP Scaling
    • BGP Best Practices
  • Lab Work:
    • Filtering and BGP Policies Lab (using IPv4 or IPv6 or both)


  • Session 1.
    • Introduction to Voice, VoIP, and SIP
    • Introduction to Asterisk (common open-source PABX)
  • Session 2.
    • LAB - Asterisk install and basic configuration
  • Session 3.
    • Very quick introduction to advanced asterisk techniques
    • LAB very quick introduction to advanced asterisk techniques
  • Session 4.
    • LAB Basic TrixBox configuration (ready to go PABX with GUI)
  • Session 5.
    • Introduction to Cisco Gateways
    • LAB Basic Cisco voice gateway configuration
  • Session 6.
    • LAB Advanced Cisco voice gateway configuration
    • Introduction to VoIP security
  • Session 7.
    • LAB VoIP QOS
  • Session 8.
    • ENUM
    • LAB Asterisk ENUM configuration

  Last modified: Wed Jun 19 12:46:03 CLT 2010