PacNOG: Eighth PacNOG Meeting, Conference and Educational Workshop
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Eighth PacNOG Meeting, Conference and Educational Workshop

(Pacific Network Operators Group)

Date and Location

22 - 27 November 2010, at the Cliff Hotel, Kolonia, Pohnpei, FSM.



The Pacific Network Operators Group (PacNOG) would like to thank FSM Telecommunications Corporation for their assistance and support to help make this event happen.


PacNOG 8 Educational workshop and training is a continuation of capacity development program for the IP-ISP network operators from the Pacific Islands. Full details are available on the PITA website.


If you plan on attending the PacNOG8 meeting please be sure to fill in the Online Registration Form and read the participant information document regarding hotel rooms, arrival information, conference and workshop venue, transportation, visa information, currency, local information, contacts, etc.


The complete Agenda and Time Schedule for PacNOG 8 is now available. The outline agenda developed in conjunction with PacNOG country members and trainers is as follows:

Day 1 (Monday, November 22nd)

  • Conference on practical topics and exchanges

Day 2-6: Training & Lab Session Tracks

Track 1: [Course Web Site]

  • BGP IPv4/IPv6 Workshop

Track 2: [Course Web Site]

  • Network Monitoring and Management


PacNOG 8 Plenary and Workshop Presentation materials will be available after the event finishes.


Full information and application details for the Fellowship Programme will be available soon. Fellowships are for partial assistance only.

How to get to Pohnpei

Continental Micronesia has flights from Guam and Hawaii to Pohnpei.

More Information

For registrations and further information contact the PITA Manager.



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 interested organisations.

Kind support are from APNIC, Cisco Systems, ICANN, internetNZ, ISOC, ITU, Network Startup Resource Center, National Science Foundation, O'Reilly Media, University of Oregon; .


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