APNIC supported and participated in btNOG 8, held online from 21 to 22 October 2021.
The event welcomed around 206 participants to hear from speakers on topics including the history and events defining Bhutan’s Internet, routing security, and network trends.
- Geoff Huston gave an overview of IP technology adoption in Bhutan, noting high DNSSEC adoption in their recursive resolvers, ROV and ROA BGP filtering is at a decent rate, with a close to perfect rate of signed ROAs in their address infrastructure. However, there is some work to do deploying IPv6.
- George Michaelson gave a presentation about BGP security and questioned whether BGP is currently the problem.
- Tashi Phuntsho moderated the ‘Network trends and evolution’ panel and presented on whether ‘robots are coming’.
- Warren Finch helped conduct the Network Security tutorial to 68 participants.
- Dave Phelan helped conduct the Network Monitoring and Management tutorial to 60 participants.
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