APNIC participated at the 20th Pacific Network Operators Group (PacNOG) meeting held in Suva, Fiji, from 3 to 7 July 2017.
Around 75 people attended the half-day conference and four-day workshops, which were supported by APNIC trainers alongside APNIC Community Trainers.
- Elly Tawhai presented on APNIC’s current IPv4 delegation practice, the ongoing upgrade of the Whois database, as well as APNIC’s commitment to current and future cybersecurity initiatives in the Pacific.
- Arth Paulite presented a case study of APNIC’s experience deploying IPv6.
- Jessica Wei presented on traffic engineering using MPLS.
- Jessica ran a half-day introduction tutorial on network routing and IP networking fundamentals.
- Jessica and Arth ran a four-day workshop on IPv4/IPv6 routing with local APNIC Community Trainer John Chand. Fakrul Alam and Jethro Tambeana (APNIC Community Trainer from Vanuatu) ran a parallel workshop on network security.
- Elly assisted several Members with updating their whois contact details, creating their ROAs and answering membership queries.
The next PacNOG meeting has been scheduled for 4 December 2017 in Tonga.
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