APNIC will deliver a five-day IPv4/IPv6 BGP Routing workshop from 4 to 8 April 2016, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, hosted by MaxBIT.
Register now and pay before 11 March 2016 to get the early-bird rate.
This is an advanced-level technical workshop made up of lectures and hands-on lab work to teach the OSPF/ISIS and BGP skills required for configuring and operating large-scale networks. Participants need to know how to use a router command line interface; perform basic router configurations; and have a working knowledge of an IGP (OSPF or ISIS) and BGP fundamentals.
The course is suitable for technical staff who are now building or operating a wide area service provider network with international and/or multi-provider connectivity, or technical staff working at an Internet Exchange point.
Topics covered will include:
- OSPF/ISIS design and best practices for Service Provider networks
- BGP introduction, attributes, and policy
- BGP scalability (including Route Reflectors and Communities)
- ISP best practices
- Peering best practices
- IPv6 background and standards
- IPv6 extensions for routing protocols
- IPv6 addressing and address planning
- IPv6 deployment case study
Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops to practice the lessons learned during the workshop.
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