Event Wrap: ThaiNOG 2018 and BKNIX 2018 Peering Forum

By on 8 Aug 2018

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APNIC proudly supported and participated at ThaiNOG 2018, held on 21 May and the BKNIX 2018 Peering Forum, held from 22 to 23 May in Bangkok, Thailand.

ThaiNOG 2018 welcomed around 50 participants to share information on topics including Internet security, BGP hijacking, RIPE Atlas, and Segment Routing. Following the event, APNIC held a Member Gathering for 15 Members at which they answered questions on IPv4 transfers, RPKI, and security.

At the Peering Forum, topics included presentations on the IXP security, Content Peering, and Network Automation.

APNIC activities:

  • Paul Wilson gave the opening remarks on the importance of Network Operator Groups (NOGs) for Internet development.
  • Tashi Phuntsho and Jamie Gillespie conducted a Security Tutorial, covering topics such as network security fundamentals, cryptography and RPKI, DNSSEC, route filtering, and attack mitigation.
  • At the Member Gathering, Anna Mulingbayan and Tashi Phuntsho presented an overview of IPv6 deployment in Thailand.

  • Anna also met with several Members to discuss their IP address and membership requirements.
  • At the BKNIX 2018 Peering Forum, Tashi presented on Software Defining Networking, and along with Jamie, conducted a Network Security tutorial.
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