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Schedule: 8:30 AM – 6:30 PM Central Time

Registration - Madison Foyer
Meeting - Madison Room
Lunch/Reception - University Room

8:30am - Registration
9:00 am - Program
11:45 am - Lunch
12:45 pm - Program
5:00 pm - Reception

Tuesday, September 9 2014
Time/Webcast:Room:Topic/Abstract:Presenter/Sponsor:Presentation Files:
8:30am - 9:00amMadison FoyerBreakfast/Registration
9:00am - 9:10amMadison RoomWelcome & Introduction of SpeakersSpeakers:
  • Susan Hamlin, ARIN.
  • Betty Burke, NANOG Executive Director.
pdfWelcome & Introduction of Speakers(PDF)
9:10am - 9:15amMadison RoomProgram OutlineSpeakers:
  • Sean Kennedy.
9:15am - 9:20amMadison RoomWhy Madison - NANOGers Point of View on the Importance of NANOG/ARINSpeakers:

  • Anton Kapela, 5Nines Data
  • Anton Kapela is a co-owner and partner at 5Nines Data, a Datacenter and IT solutions company in Madison, Wisconsin, where he is responsible for the architecture and implementation of network services and datacenter facilities. Prior to 5Nines Anton actively consulted with several network, wireless, and communications industry companies. His most memorable clients have been Redline Communications, Motorola\'s Canopy Wireless division, and a subsidiary of Research In Motion known as \'Slipstream.\' More recently he consulted on Internap Networks\' acquisition and integration of VitalStream - a Content Delivery Network.<BR> <BR> Anton is actively involved in the Internet operations and research community and has been a frequent presenter at numerous Operators Group meetings on a variety of topics.
9:20am - 10:00amMadison RoomARIN's Role in the InternetSpeakers:

  • Nate Davis, ARIN
  • Nate is ARIN’s Chief Operating Officer. He oversees ARIN’s daily business operations including communications and member services, registration services, financial services, human resources and administration and engineering. Nate has over twenty-five years of experience in technical, managerial, and executive roles across various industries both for profit and non-profit.
pdfARIN's Role in the Internet(PDF)
10:00am - 10:15amMadison FoyerREFRESHMENT BREAK
10:15am - 10:45amMadison RoomARIN: Part 1 - "IPv4 Depletion Situation, Part 2 - "Qualifying for IPv4 & IPv6 Addresses"Speakers:

  • Leslie Nobile, ARIN
  • Leslie is ARIN’s Director of Registration Services. She has over 20 years of experience in the Internet field, and has been involved with the Internet Registry system since 1991. Prior to that, she held various technical management positions while working under a U.S. Government contract that supported the engineering and implementation of the Defense Data Network, a high-speed data network that evolved from the ARPANET. Her experience with the Registry system began in 1991 working as one of the Operations managers who transitioned the Internet Network Information Center (NIC) from SRI to Network Solutions, Inc. She remained an Operations manager with the DDN/DoD NIC until August 2000, when she became Director of Registration Services at ARIN. She has been a contributing author to RFCs, Internet Society (ISOC) articles, and various other industry publications and has been actively involved in the global coordination of Internet addressing policy.
pdfIPv4 Depletion Situation - Qualifying for IPv4 & IPv6 Addresses(PDF)
10:45am - 11:30amMadison RoomSecurity Overlays on Core Internet Protocols - DNSSEC & RPKISpeakers:

  • Mark Kosters, ARIN
  • Mark is ARIN’s Chief Technical Officer, responsible for all engineering initiatives within the organization, leading both development and operations. Mark has over twenty-three years of experience as an applications developer, networking engineer, technical manager and executive. Over the last eighteen years, he has been a senior engineer at Data Defense Network (DDN) NIC, chief engineer and Principal Investigator under the NSF-sponsored Internet NIC (InterNIC), and Vice President of Research at VeriSign. Over his career, Mark has been involved in application design and implementation of core Internet client/server tools, router administration, UNIX system administration, database administration, and network security. He has represented both network information centers in various technical forums such as the IETF, RIPE, APNIC, CaribNOG and NANOG.
pdfSecurity Overlays on Core Internet Protocols - DNSSEC & RPKI(PDF)
11:30am - 11:45amMadison RoomQuestion & Answer Session (Morning)
11:45am - 12:45pmUniversity Room


At midday, we'll provide lunch for all attendees and a chance to meet and network with other attendees and the presenters from ARIN & NANOG.

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12:45pm - 1:30pmMadison RoomIPv6 Tutorial - Why v6 is important to all of usSpeakers:

  • Owen DeLong, Black Lotus
  • Owen DeLong is an IPv6 Evangelist. He has over 20 years of experience in TCP/IP Networking and Systems Administration. He is a member of the ARIN Advisory Council, and Instrument Rated Pilot, and, a SCUBA Instructor.
pdfIPv6 Tutorial - Why v6 is important to all of us(PDF)
1:30pm - 2:00pmMadison RoomMadIX Overview, Design, Participation, and Future PlansSpeakers:

  • Jeff Bartig, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Jeff Bartig is a Senior Network Engineer and Architect in the WAN Engineering group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Jeff’s focus since he joined the group in 1995 has been the University’s external connectivity and backbone engineering for WiscNet, Wisconsin’s research and education network. Jeff served as WiscNet’s lead engineer and peering coordinator until this year. Jeff was responsible for establishing WiscNet’s initial peering relationships in 1999 and taking WiscNet to the point where the majority of its traffic is unmetered, settlement free peering. Jeff was involved with the creation of Wisconsin’s first peering exchange, MadIX. In addition to being a member of NANOG, Jeff is involved with various research and education networking initiatives. Jeff is currently the vice-chair of Internet2’s Network Technical Advisory Committee and chair of Internet2’s Peering and Routing Working Group. When Jeff isn’t working on routers and network designs, he spends his free time volunteering for a local non-profit that offers robotics and programming opportunities for elementary through high school students.
pdfMadIX Overview, Design, Participation, and Future Plans(PDF)
2:00pm - 2:30pmMadison RoomARIN: Public Policy Development Process & Current DiscussionsSpeakers:

  • John Springer, ARIN
  • John is a member of ARIN’s Advisory Council, serving since January 2013. John has been the Manager of Information Technology for Inland Telephone Company, a small ILEC in Washington and Idaho since 1998. Prior to that, he worked for Brigadoon.com guiding Independent Local Exchange Carriers, Rural Electric Co-ops and others in setting up Internet operations. He has been responsible for developing Inland's Internet business from the dial up era to today's cable, DSL and wireless broadband. His current duties cover the full small network spectrum; IP address planning, WAN engineering, management of customer network operations, corporate LAN, tech support call center and training.
pdfARIN: Public Policy Development Process & Current Discussions(PDF)
2:30pm - 2:45pmMadison FoyerREFRESHMENT BREAK
2:45pm - 3:30pmMadison RoomBGP Made EasySpeakers:

  • John Van Oppen, Spectrum Networks, Inc
  • John van Oppen runs the technical operations, including design, engineering and planning, for Spectrum Networks, INC (AS11404). He lead support of newNOG originally and as a result, Spectrum Networks was a founding sponsor of what is now NANOG.
pdfBGP Made Easy(PDF)
3:30pm - 4:00pmMadison Room

Wireshark Tutorial

Capturing and analyzing network traffic is critical to understanding, analyzing, and troubleshooting data networks. Wireshark is the world leader in open source packet capture and analysis software. Wireshark is a community supported application, with an enormous install and support base. In this tutorial Ross will walk you through a brief history of Wireshark, as well as describing how Wireshark works, finishing with a demonstration of a live packet capture.

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  • Ross Bagurdes, Madison College
  • Ross Bagurdes has had a diverse career. Ross was educated as a Structural Engineer, however quickly gave up designing beams in favor of playing and working with IT equipment. Although Ross has been using computers since the mid 1980’s, his official career in Info Tech did not begin until 1997, at Nicor Gas in Illinois, supporting a paperless initiative for maintenance crews. Since then, Ross has spent his years teaching and managing data networks. He spent 7 years supporting and managing the UW Hospitals and Clinics network, server, and security infrastructure, and has now returned to teaching full time at Madison College, in Madison, WI.
pdfWireshark Tutorial(PDF)
4:00pm - 4:30pmMadison Room

Toward an Atlas of the Physical Internet

The availability of accurate and timely maps of the Internet would be a compelling starting point for diverse topics such as assessing infrastructure vulnerabilities, understanding routing behavior, and analyzing application performance. However, despite the many and varied efforts over the years, there remains no central repository of accurate Internet maps. In this talk, I will describe the challenges in assembling maps of Internet topology based on standard data sources. I will also describe Internet Atlas, a new repository and visualization portal of the physical interconnection structure of the Internet that is under construction at the University of Wisconsin. The repository is populated using web-based information extraction to identify primary source data such as maps and other repositories of service provider network information. The repository currently contains over 9K PoP locations and nearly 14K links for over 390 networks (including all tier 1 providers) around the world. The openly available web portal is based on the widely-used ArcGIS geographic information system, which enables visualization and diverse spatial analyses of the data. To demonstrate the utility of the repository, I will describe an analysis of natural disaster threats to Internet infrastructure and how these risks can be reduced through the use of an optimization framework that identifies locations for provisioning additional infrastructure.

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  • Paul Barford, University of Wisconsin
  • Paul Barford is a professor of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, and the founder and director of the Wisconsin Advanced Internet Lab. He was a visiting professor at the University of Cambridge and an EPSRC Visiting Fellow in 2011. He was the founder of Nemean Networks, LLC, which was acquired by Qualys, Inc. in 2010. He was the co-founder of MdotLabs, Inc., which was acquired by comScore Inc. in 2014, where he now serves as Chief Scientist. His research interests are in networking, data analytics, and security. Prof. Barford is a frequent speaker, has many highly-cited research papers, and has served on numerous panels, organizing committees, and program committees (ACM SIGCOMM '13 TPC co-chair, ACM SIGMETRICS '10 TPC co-chair, and ACM IMC '06 TPC chair). He has served as an associate editor for IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, on the board of directors of the National Lambda Rail, and on technical advisory boards of companies.
pdfToward an Atlas of the Physical Internet(PDF)
4:30pm - 4:45pmMadison RoomOpen Microphone/Q & A
4:45pm - 5:00pmMadison RoomProgram Wrap-UpSpeakers:
  • Sean Kennedy.
5:00pm - 6:30pmUniversity RoomHappy Hour


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