APNIC participated in the 50th Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN 50) meeting, held online for the first time, from 3 to 7 August 2020.
APAN meetings provide a space for the research and education community to share their network-enabled activities during five days of tutorials, workshops, presentations and demonstrations.
- Geoff Huston gave a keynote talk on ‘NREN Challenges’, emphasizing the NREN’s role as a platform for research into networking, among other roles, rather than only as a service network for unrelated research.
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- Che-Hoo Cheng gave a presentation on ‘RPKI industry trends and initiatives’ on Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI), and why routing security is important.
- Jamie Gillespie actively participated in the APAN 50 Technical Committee to help deliver APAN’s first online meeting helping with the technical set up on Zoom and assisting with Slack.
- Jamie Gillespie is also the Co-Chair of the APAN Security Working Group, and presented a tutorial (held for the first time online) across two days on Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing to around 148 participants.
- Tashi Phuntsho and Warren Finch delivered a tutorial on Segment Routing across two days to around 35 participants. The tutorial focused on:
- Control and data plane separation
- SDN architectural frameworks
- Segment Routing architecture
- IGP segments
- BGP peering segments
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