IXP and IPv6 deployment workshops at INNOG 2

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APNIC will deliver two workshops at the second Indian Network Operators Group conference (INNOG 2) in New Delhi, India, from 2 to 4 July 2019.

IXP deployment workshop

This three-day workshop, made up of lectures and hands-on labs work, focuses on traffic engineering skills required for network operators to peer at an Internet Exchange Point (IXP), and to understand best practices around setting up an IXP.

It is targeted to Network operators who plan to or are already connected at IXP, or plan to setup an IXP.

Topics covered will include:

  • OSPF/ISIS configuration for service provider networks
  • An introduction to BGP
  • BGP attributes, policy, and filtering
  • Peering objectives and best current practices
  • IXP network design and operations best practices

This workshop is not an introduction to routing. It is assumed that participants will know how to use a router command line interface, do basic router configuration, and have good working knowledge of an IGP (OSPF or ISIS) and BGP fundamentals.

IPv6 deployment workshop

This technical workshop is targeted at anyone who is involved in Internet technology standards, local and national network infrastructure deployment and day-to-day network operations.
The workshop will help participants have a better understanding of the IPv6 protocol and learn how to deploy IPv6 in their network.

Topics covered will include:

  • Internet fundamentals
  • IPv6 protocol architecture and standards
  • IPv6 enhancements to routing protocols
  • IPv6 addressing and address planning
  • IPv6 transition technologies
  • IPv6 deployment planning
  • Enabling IPv6 on network services (DNS, WWW)
  • IPv6 security issues

Knowledge of the IPv6 protocol is helpful but not essential.

Visit the INNOG event page for more details and registration, and be sure to follow the Facebook Event.

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