Event Wrap: NZNOG 2015

By on 5 Feb 2015

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APNIC attended the 2015 New Zealand Operator’s Group (NZNOG) meeting in Rotorua, New Zealand from 26 to 30 January 2015.

NZNOG holds regular conferences that bring together local network operators to share and exchange technical information on issues affecting the Internet.

A number of quality presentations on topics such as DDoS, CDN usage, routing and IXPs were delivered by members of the New Zealand and international technical community. You can view the conferences sessions in their entirety via the streaming video.

APNIC activities:

  • Geoff Huston presented “What’s so special about the number 512?”, an update on the issue that affected the BGP routing table when it passed 512,000 entries. The presentation explored the relationship between routing and routers and looked at how increasing routing table sizes and wire transmission speeds impact the design and cost of routing equipment.
  • Paul Wilson gave the APNIC Update on on APNIC’s services and activities, in particular, noting the fee reduction that took effect on 1 January 2015, the Member services development roadmap, and guidance on how to effectively manage the transition to IPv6.
  • George Michaelson gave a presentation entitled “The rough edges of counting”, examining the work APNIC Labs is conducting on DNSSEC and IPv6 measurements and some of the conclusions reached.
  • Elly Tawhai provided hostmaster consultation and support to APNIC Members on the first day of the conference.

 

 

 

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