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Agenda topics (so far) for Eugene

  • From: Susan Harris
  • Date: Wed Sep 25 16:06:03 2002

The NANOG26 meeting dates are Oct. 27-29, and you'll find abstracts for
most of the talks here:

	http://www.nanog.org/mtg-0210/topics.html

Sunday Tutorials
---------------

	* Managing IP Networks with Free Software (Level: Intermediate)
	    Joe Abley, Internet Software Consortium

	* IPv6 Basics (Level: Introductory/Intermediate)
	    Tony Hain, Cisco

	* BGP Troubleshooting Techniques 
	    (Level: Introductory/Intermediate)
	    Phil Smith, Cisco

	* ISP Security - Real World Techniques II 
	    Barry Raveendran Greene, Cisco
            Kevin Houle, CERT

General Session
---------------

	* Update on the National Strategy for Cyberspace Security 
	    Paul Kurtz, Office of Cyberspace Security

	* Operational Feedback to IP Equipment Vendors 
            Vijay Gill, AOL Time Warner

	* Route Flap Damping: Harmful? 
	    Randy Bush, IIJ

	* Experiences With Developing, Testing, Planning, and Operating
          IPv6-Enabled Nameservers 
	    Paul Vixie, PAIX

	* How to 0wn the Internet in Your Spare Time 
	    Stuart Staniford, Silicon Defense, Vern Paxson, ICSI/ICIR
            Nicholas Weaver, UC Berkeley

        * Where Are the Limits of Manageability for RFC 2547 VPNs? 
            Randy Bush, IIJ & Jim Griffin, AT&T Research

	* Panel: Services, Complexity, and the Internet: What Direction?
            David Meyer, Sprint & Univ. of Oregon, moderator

              Randy Bush, IIJ; Vijay Gill, AOL Time Warner;
	      Lixia Zhang, UCLA; Dave Ward, Cisco; 
              Thomas Telkamp, Global Crossing

        * Panel: Persistent Route Oscillation - Issues and Solutions.
            Sue Hares, NextHop, moderator

	    Participants to date:
              Enke Chen, Redback

	* Toward Lowering the Load on DNS Root Nameservers 
	    Duane Wessels, The Measurement Factory/CAIDA

	* Observation and Analysis of BGP Behavior Under Stress 

            Lan Wang, UCLA; Xiaoliang Zhao, USC/ISI; Dan Pei, UCLA;
            Randy Bush, IIJ; Daniel Massey, USC/ISI; 
            Allison Mankin, USC/ISI; Felix Wu, UC Davis; Lixia Zhang, UCLA

	* Panel: Trends in Measurement and Monitoring of Internet Backbones 
            David Meyer, Sprint & Univ. of Oregon, moderator

	    Chris Martin, Verizon; Christophe Diot, Sprintlabs;
	    Jennifer Rexford, AT&T Research; Mujhaid Khan, Sprint;
	    Tony Tauber, Genuity

	* New Services From the RIPE NCC 
            Henk Uijterwaal, RIPE-NCC

	* Carrier Class Availability for IP Networks 
	    Sanjay Kalra, Juniper

	* Traffic Characteristics and Capacity Planning 
            Thomas Telkamp, Global Crossing

	* Commercial IPv6 Deployment by ISPs in Japan 
            J. Hagino, IIJ/KAME

	* Scriptroute: A Public Internet Measurement Facility 
	    Neil Spring, David Wetherall, & Tom Anderson, 
            Department of CSE, University of Washington

BOFs
----
	* Toolmaker BOF 
            Joe Abley, ISC, moderator

	* ISP Security BOF I 
	    Barry Raveendran Greene, Cisco & Merike Kaeo, merike.com,
            moderators





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