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Draft agenda for Phoenix

  • From: Susan Harris
  • Date: Thu Jan 23 11:09:39 2003

			    Draft Agenda:  NANOG 27
                                February 9-11
                               Phoenix, Arizona
                                                          
Sunday Tutorials
----------------
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.	BGP Techniques for Service Providers
			Level: Introductory	
			--Philip Smith, Cisco

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.	A Methodology for Troubleshooting Interdomain 
			IP Multicast
			Level: Intermediate/Advanced
			--Bill Nickless and Caren Litvanyi, 
			  Argonne Nat'l Lab

3:00 - 3:30 p.m.	BREAK 	

3:30 - 5:00 p.m.	BGP Troubleshooting with Juniper Examples
			Level: Intermediate/Advanced
			--Joseph M. Soricelli, Juniper

3:30 - 5:00 p.m.	BGP Techniques (cont'd.)	

5:00 - 7:30 p.m.    	DINNER BREAK 

7:30 - 9:00 p.m.    	IPv6 Deployment Concepts
			Level: Intermediate	
			--Tony Hain, Cisco
 
Monday, February 10
	
9:00 a.m.	Welcome, Introductions	
		-- Rodney Joffe / Susan Harris, Merit 

9:15 a.m.	Experiences with Large-Scale Network Consolidation (Or,
		How I Spent My Summer Vacation)	
		--Dave Israel and William Charnock, Allegiance Telecom

9:45 a.m.	Impact of BGP Dynamics on Intra-Domain Traffic Patterns in
		the Sprint IP Backbone 	
		--Sharad Agarwal, Chen-Nee Chuah, Supratik Bhattacharyya,
		  and Christophe Diot, Sprint

10:15 a.m.	BREAK	

10:45 a.m.	BGP4 Anycast for Root Name Service -- Threat or Menace?
		--Suzanne Woolf, ISC, Mark Schleifer, Cogent

11:15 a.m.	BST - BGP Scalable Transport	
		--Van Jacobson, Cengiz Alaettinoglu, and Kedar Poduri, 
		  Packet Design

12:00 p.m.	LUNCH	

1:30 p.m.	Peering Evolution	
		--Daniel Golding, AOL Time Warner

2:00 p.m.	Internet Exchange Operator Panel 	
		
		--Mike Hughes, LINX, moderator
		  Celeste Anderson, LAAP
		  Tom Bechly, MAE Services
		  John Brown, IXNM
		  Akira Kato, NXPIXP/JPIX/JPNAP
		  Pete Kruckenberg, Utah REP
		  Stephen Stuart/Brad Horak, PAIX
		  Akio Sugeno, Telehouse America (NYIIX/LAIIX)

3:00 p.m.	BREAK 	

3:30 p.m.	Analysis of Metric-Based Traffic Engineering on Real
		Networks	
		--Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden

4:00 p.m.	Research Forum
		--------------
		Achieving Near-Optimal Traffic Engineering Solutions for 
		Current OSPF/IS-IS Networks	
		--Ashwin Sridharan and Roch Guerin, Univ. of Pennsylvania
		  Christophe Diot, Sprint

		Working Around BGP: An Incremental Approach to Improving 
		Security and Accuracy of Interdomain Routing	
		--Geoffrey Goodell, Harvard Univ., William Aiello, 
		  Timothy Griffin, John Ioannidis, Patrick McDaniel, and 
		  Aviel Rubin, AT&T Research

	
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.	BEER 'N GEAR 

Monday Evening BOFs	
------------------

7:30 - 9:00 p.m.	ISP Security BOF II
			--Barry Raveendran Greene, Cisco
			  Merike Kaeo, merike.com, moderators

9:00 - 10:30 p.m. 	Peering BOF VI	
			--Bill Norton, Equinix, moderator		

                 
Tuesday, February 11
--------------------
9:00 a.m.	Large Scale Wireless Networks, UT's Case	
		--Philippe Hanset, University of Tennessee

9:30 a.m.	High Density Wireless Deployment	
		--Joel Jaeggli, University of Oregon

10:00 a.m.	Global RIR Statistics	
		--Leslie Nobile, ARIN 

10:15 a.m.	CIDR Police - Please Pull Over and Show Us Your BGP
		Announcements	
		--Barry Greene, Cisco, Hank Nussbacher, Riverhead Networks

10:35 a.m.	BREAK	

11:00 a.m.	IPv4 Address Allocation and BGP Routing Table Evolution
		--Cathy Wittbrodt, Packet Design

11:30 a.m.	The BGP TTL Security Hack (BTSH)	
		--Dave Meyer, Sprint

11:45 a.m.	Lack of Priority Queuing on RPs Considered Harmful
		--Vijay Gill, AOL Time Warner

12:00 p.m.	LUNCH	

1:30 a.m.	Security Considerations for Network Architecture
		--Avi Freedman, Akamai	

1:50 p.m.	Operational Testing of DNS Resources - IPv6/DNS Symbiosis
		--Bill Manning

2:10 p.m.	SIP Operation in the Public Internet: What Makes Running
		It a Challenge and What it Takes to Deal With It	
		--Jiri Kuthan, iptel.org	

2:40 p.m.	Update on the 802.17 RPR Standard	
		--Andrew Brown, Cisco

3:00 p.m.	Adjourn	


More info here:

	http://www.nanog.org/mtg-0302/





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