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Agenda topics for NANOG18

  • From: Susan R. Harris
  • Date: Tue Jan 04 13:13:37 2000

Greetings everyone - here are topics we've lined up so far for NANOG18 in
San Jose (February 6-8).  Further information is available on the Web:

 - State-of-the-Art Multicast: A User's View
         Dave Meyer, Cisco

 - Does BGP Solve the Shortest-Paths Problem?
         Timothy Griffin, Bell Labs 

 - Building an MPLS Exchange Point
         Steve Feldman, MCI WorldCom

 - The Need for Improved Connectivity in Tier 2-4 Markets
         John Brown, iHighway

 - Sweden in 2005: 5 Mbit to Every Household
         Peter Lothberg, Sprint

 - What to Expect from BIND9
         Paul Vixie, Internet Software Consortium

 - Large-scale Mail Server Architectures
         Hakan Millroth, Bluetail

 - ARIN Update
         Kim Hubbard/ARIN staff

 - NSI Registry Root/gTLD Update
         Tom Newell and Mark Kosters, Network Solutions

 - The RIPE-NCC Routing Information Service (or, "Where Would You Have
   Gone Yesterday?") 
         Henk Uijterwaal and Antony Antony, RIPE-NCC

 - The RIPE-NCC Test Traffic  Measurements Project 
         Henk Uijterwaal, RIPE-NCC

 - Protection Options for IP over Optical Transport
         Larry McAdams, Cisco

 - Exchange Point Updates

        - Japan Internet Exchange (JPIX): Yoshikazu Ikeda and Toshiki Ueda
        - PAIX.NET: Paul Vixie
        - LINX: Keith Mitchell
        - AADS: Andrew Schmidt
        - Ames Exchanges: Lance Tatman
        - Brazilian Internet Exchange (BIX):  Reinaldo Penno Filo

Sunday Tutorials

 - IS-IS for ISPs  (Howard Berkowitz, Gett Communications)

 - MPLS Traffic Engineering Overview (Robert Raszuk, Cisco)
Monday Evening BOFs

 - ARIN Micro Allocations (Cathy Wittbrodt, @Home, moderator)

Susan R. Harris, Ph.D.        Merit Network, Inc.     Phone: 734.936.2100
Senior Science Writer         Univ. of Michigan       Fax:   734.647.3185