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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Tutorial: Routing Coordination Through the Internet Routing Registry
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 1998-06-07 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Room:  
Presenters: Speakers:
Cengiz Alaettinoglu, ISI.
Curtis Villamizar, ANS.
Abstract: Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL) will soon succeed RIPE-181 as the language used to express policy in the Internet Routing Registry.
Files: pdfCengiz Alaettinoglu Presentation(PDF)
.psrps-tutorial-1998-06.ps(.PS)
Sponsors: None.
Tutorial: Best Practices for Determining the Traffic Matrix in IP Networks
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-01 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room: Robinson/Whitman
Presenters: Speakers:
Rached Blili, Cariden Technologies.

Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden Technologies

Arman Maghbouleh serves as the President of Cariden Technologies where he works with network operators to develop traffic management solutions. Arman has extensive experience in network design consulting and tools development, including stints at Apple Computer, Fidelity Investments and Advanced Telecommunications Research Laboratories.
Abstract: \"Knowledge of the amount of traffic between source and destination pairs of a network is crucial to fundamental operational tasks such as capacity planning, traffic engineering, and peering management. Router vendors, third parties, academic researchers, and ingenious network engineers have devised multiple ways of collecting and estimating traffic matrices. This session presents an overview of applications of traffic matrices and operational experiences with the various approaches, including Netflow-based methods, mathematical estimation models, and MPLS (both RSVP and LDP) methods. Emphasis will be on practical experiences with each method.\"
Files: pdfRached Blili Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Tutorial: VOIP Peering
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-01 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room: Salon F/G
Presenters: Speakers:
Shrihari Pandit, Stealth Communications.
Abstract: Program Highlights: Business and Technical Drivers for Voice Peering; Voice Peering Architectures, Designs and Implementation Models; Bi-Lateral and Multi-Lateral Voice Peering; Technologies: Least Cost Routing (LCR), ENUM, SRV, Session Controllers; A look into the Voice Peering Fabric, its users and other statistics; Analysis of Voice Peering Operators, their Business Models & Strategies
Files: wmvVOIP Peering(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Tutorial: Prefix Filtering, Black Holes and Protecting Your Business
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-01 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room: Salon H/I
Presenters: Speakers:
Barry Raveendran Greene, None.
David Barak, Callisma/AT&T.
Heather Schiller, Mark Prior.
Abstract: BGP Prefixes leaking today potentially have a much largers business impact than it did 10 years ago. While groups look at long term fixes, this tutorial will focus on what ISPs should be doing now. This will be a compilation of best practices for all modes of BGP prefix filtering - between the ISP and their customers, the ISP and their peers, and the ISP and their upstream. It will also review reaction tools - like Remote Trigger Black Hole (RTBH) - to demonstrate how layers of filtering is used to protect the interest of business and the Internet. Scaling and operational maintenance of the prefix filters will also be covered.
Files: pdfBarry Raveendran Greene Presentation(PDF)
pptBarry Raveendran Greene Presentation(PPT)
wmvPrefix Filtering(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Tutorial: Network Measurement Tools
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-01 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Room: Salon H/I
Presenters: Speakers:

Jon Dugan, ESnet

Jon Dugan has a broad background in IP networking and UNIX administration and programming. His experience is primarily in the Research and Education sector and has been an active member of the R&E community. For many years he worked at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and has served on the SCinet committee for the Supercomputing tradeshow for many years. Recently Jon joined the Network Engineering team at ESnet (Energy Sciences Network). He is the maintainer of the Iperf network throughput measurement tool.

Jeff Boote, Internet2

Jeff Boote is a Senior Network Software Engineer for R&D at Internet2. In this capacity, Jeff implemented OWAMP, a tool for one-way latency measurement that is a sample implementation of IETF RFC 4656, which he co-authored. Jeff also created BWCTL, a tool for scheduling throughput tests that allows multiple users to schedule throughput tests with hosts in the middle of the network in cooperation with regularly scheduled tests. Jeff is heavily involved in the development of the U.S. implementation of the perfSONAR architecture. He is a contributing member to the Open Grid Forum\'s Network Measurement Working Group and Internet2\'s Performance Working Group. Before coming to Internet2 in March of 2002, Jeff worked at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in the Visualization Lab, writing visualization software to translate NCAR research into high- resolution, multi-dimensional animations and also managed NCAR\'s web engineering group.
Abstract: An introduction to the many freely available network measurement tools. This tutorial will give the attendees a good introduction to several tools as well as an idea of what resources are available. The tutorial will begin with a broad survey of available tools and then go in a bit more detail about four particular tools:<BR> <BR> <BR> Iperf<BR> BWCTL <BR> OWAMP <BR> NDT
Files: pdfJeff Boote's Network Tools Presentation(PDF)
pdfJon Dugan's Tools Overview Presentation(PDF)
wmvMeasurement Tools(WMV)
pdfUsing Iperf Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
ISP Security
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-01 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Room: Salon F/G
Presenters: Speakers:
Danny McPherson, Arbor Networks.

Stefan Fouant, Neustar

Stefan Fouant is a Principal Network Engineer with NeuStar, a company which provides essential clearinghouse and directory services for the telecommunications industry. He has over a decade of experience working in the telecom and related industries, with primary focus on network architecture and information security. Prior to working with NeuStar, he worked for UUNet/MCI/Verizon Business where he performed the role of lead architect responsible for Verizon Business\' DoS Defense(tm) Distributed Denial of Service Mitigation and Detection product offerings, as well as a number of other Network Based security offerings.
Abstract: Security incidents are a daily event for Internet Service Providers. Attacks on an ISP\'s customers, attacks from an ISP\'s customer, worms, BOTNETs, and attacks on the ISP\'s infrastructure are now one of many \"security\" NOC tickets throughout the day. This increase in the volume and intensity of attacks has forced ISP\'s to spend constrained resources to mitigate the effects of these attacks on their operations and services. This investment has helped minimize the effects of the attacks, but it has not helped stop them at the source. Stopping attacks at their source requires rapid and effective inter-ISP cooperation. Hence, these ISP Security BOFs are also used as a face-to- face sync up meeting for the NSP-SEC forum. Agenda: ISC SIE Update Paul Vixie/ISC ICANN SSAC Update Paul Vixie & Danny McPherson/SSAC DNS OARC Update/Meeting Pointers Keith Mitchell & Paul Vixie/OARC ISP Security POC Intros & Open Microphone
Files: pdfNSP Security Introduction(PDF)
pdfSecurity 101 Primer Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
NANOG Community Meeting
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-01 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Room: Salon F/G
Presenters: Speakers:
Steering Committee and Merit, None.
Abstract: We welcome all NANOG attendees to be part of the NANOG Community Meeting .
Files: wmvCommunity Meeting(WMV)
pdfCommunity Meeting Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Keynote Presentation: Views From the Other Side
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-02 10:00am - 11:00am
Room: Salon D/E Foyer
Presenters: Speakers:

Jay Adelson, Digg and Revision3

Jay Adelson is CEO of Digg, guiding all aspects of the company\'s development, growth and management. Adelson is also chairman of the board and founder of the Internet television network, Revision3 Corporation, where he provides strategic direction to the company. Prior to Digg, Adelson founded Equinix, Inc (Nasdaq: EQIX), a leader in the collocation/data center/network infrastructure space. <BR><BR> Adelson was also a major contributor and operations manager of Digital Equipment Corporation\'s highly regarded research project, the Palo Alto Internet Exchange (PAIX) and managed network operations for Netcom On-Line Communications, Inc., one of the nation\'s first commercial Internet Service Providers. <BR><BR> Adelson has spoken at a variety of industry events and investor conferences, including Future of Online Advertising, Tech Crunch 40, Web 2.0 Summit, COMNET, ISPCON, the Colocation & Hosting Summit, Next Generation Networks (NGN), Service Networks and Gilder\'s Telecosm. He was also one of the invited guests to testify before Congress for the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Homeland Security Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Science and Research & Development, as part of an industry panel on \"The Private Sector\'s Role in Keeping America\'s Cyberspace Secure.\" Adelson was recently recognized by Time Magazine to be part of The 2008 Time 100, as one of the \"100 Most Influential People In The World.\" <BR><BR>
Abstract: After spending fifteen years operating and delivering network infrastructure services to content providers, Jay tells the story of what it\'s like to move to the other side, eat crow, and become one of his own customers. Topics include myths and realities of problem customers, what happens when you can\'t drink your own kool-aid, peering, ddos, latency, multi-homing, load balancing, racks and power, geographical distribution, active/active, video and CDNs, server environments, and more.
Files: pdfJay Adelson Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Peering Wars: Lessons Learned from the Cogent-Telia De-peering
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-02 11:30am - 12:00pm
Room: Salon D/E Foyer
Presenters: Speakers:

Martin Brown, Renesys Corporation

Martin Brown has been working with IP networking under Linux for more than ten years. As part of the Renesys development team, he works in BGP data analysis. His expertise involves OSS development in systems integration and infrastructure particularly in networking contexts. Former work has involved network security, firewalls, virtual private networks, quality of service and managing and scaling distributed systems. He holds an M.A. in German from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Earle Zmijewski, Renesys Corporation

Earl Zmijewski VP and General Manager, Internet Data Services is responsible for all of Renesys\'s Internet Data software, services and operations. He has nearly 20 years of experience encompassing scientific computing and most areas of IT, with particular emphasis on networking and security. Before Renesys, Earl was IT Director at Fluent Inc., a computational fluid dynamics software company, where he was instrumental in establishing new offices throughout the US, Europe and Asia and in the promotion and implementation of Linux clustering technologies. He was also principal architect in the design of Fluent\'s networks and Internet security posture. Before that, Earl held various academic positions at Cornell University, University of California, and James Madison University. Earl has a PhD and MS in Computer Science from Cornell University and an MS and BA in Mathematical Sciences from The Johns Hopkins University.

Alin Popescu, Renesys Corporation

Alin Popescu is a member of the engineering team at Renesys. His specialties include implementing statistical and learning algorithms and developing system architectures for BGP data analysis. Before joining Renesys, Alin earned a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Dartmouth College.
Abstract: We review the recent Cogent-Telia de-peering, including the countries impacted and various conjectures about the underlying business motivations. Once the peering session came back up, we observe Telia selecting many more routes to Cogent and Cogent selecting many fewer from Telia, implying this disagreement was at least partially resolved by adjusting peering ratios. Finally, we observe the new peering sessions that were established during the outage by both combatants and shifts in routing to other players even once service was restored.
Files: pdfPeering Wars Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Wireless: The Headache You Can\'t See...(WISP challenges and lessons learned...the hard way)
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-02 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:

Vikas Khanna, Covad Communications, Inc.

Vikas Khanna has over 10 years of experience in the IT/wireless industry. He started his career at NextWeb, Inc., a VC-backed Wireless Internet Service Provider based in Fremont, CA. As part of the founding team, Vikas was tasked with driving the Internet engineering strategy for the company. During his tenure, NextWeb grew to dominate its market segment, achieve national recognition as an Inc 500 company, and delivered a successful exit with the acquisition by Covad Communications in February 2006. Currently, Vikas holds the title of Director of Engineering for Covad Wireless and is responsible for ensuring successful execution of both the corporate and technology visions. Vikas also serves as a Board Member for the Lupus Foundation of Northern California in addition to also serving on advisory boards for start-up technology companies in the Silicon Valley. Vikas is married and enjoys traveling, golf, and executive/leadership development.
Abstract: The presentation focuses on operating challenges of a large US-based WISP. Focus areas will include: brief business case of why the WISP business is here to stay, wireless technology (what\'s available today to use), the challenges (deployment, RF spectrum management, technology (hardware itself), site issues (access/security) security, and environmental issues), and the lessons learned over the past 8 years... lastly, what we might be able to expect with WiMax (802.16d).
Files: pdfVikas Khanna Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
DOCSIS 3.0 The Road to 100 Mbps
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-02 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:
Greg White, CableLabs.
Abstract: The next generation of cable internet access technology, DOCSIS 3.0, is being readied for deployment by cable operators and vendors around the world. What does this technology look like? When will it start being deployed? What data rates will cable operators likely offer to customers? How will this affect the landscape of residential broadband? This talk will provide some insights on these questions.
Files: pdfGreg White Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Rcat: Root Cause Analysis Tool
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-02 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:

Anthony Lambert, France Telecom R&D

Anthony Lambert is a network engineer from the University of Technology of Compi&eacute;gne (UTC) since 2006. He has been working until now as a Ph.D. student at Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) and at the CNRS Heudiasyc Laboratory of the UTC. His Ph.D. thesis aims at developing mechanisms to improve quality of the inter domain routing.
Abstract: Rcat is an eBGP root cause analysis tool developed by Anthony Lambert, PhD student at Orange Labs. It is publicly available at: <A HREF=\"http://rcat.rd.francetelecom.com/\" TARGET=\"_blank\">http://rcat.rd.francetelecom.com/</A> <BR><BR> Rcat analyzes BGP announcements sent by route-views eBGP peers, so as to determine which ASs are the more likely to have originating the inter domain structure changes which have lead to the emission and spread of the BGP announcements collected. Rcat aims at helping NOCs providing them with an increased reactivity during outages and an increased proactivity, detecting small recurrent events for instance. <BR><BR> In this presentation we focus on two case study: The impact of the January Mediterranean Cable Break in Egypt. We compare the events Rcat points out with results presented by Renesys on their blog. <BR><BR> We show that using Rcat results we succeed in rebuilding Renesys\' unreachability curve and that we are able using Rcat to explain what the different peaks in this curve correspond to. <BR><BR> The second case study is an event which has occurred 10757 times in February 2008, pointing out the ability of Rcat to detect recurrent events and the importance of fixing them as they put a constant, heavy and useless stress on routers.
Files: pdfAnthony Lambert Presentation(PDF)
wmvRcat Presentation(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Trace Flow
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-02 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:
Arun Viswanathan, None.
Krishnamurthy Subramanian, None.
Vishal Zinjuvadia, None.
Rajeev Manur, None.
Abstract: Discuss a protocol that enhances traceroute to deal with flow level networking debugging. This becomes very important as today\'s network deal with LAGs, ECMPs, Policy based Routing and Access Control Lists. Will discuss the use cases and basic protocol operation. Will also introduce flow fan out mode of the protocol. Legacy network equipment interoperation requirement would be discussed.
Files: pdfTrace Flow Presentation(PDF)
wmvTrace Route(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Making an AS Route like a Single Node
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-02 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:

Rui Zhang-Shen, Princeton University

Dr. Rui Zhang-Shen received a Bachelor\'s degree with distinction in Physics in 2000, a Master\'s degree with distinction in Electrical Engineering in 2001, and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in 2007, all from Stanford University. She is currently a post-doctoral researcher at Princeton University. Her research interests are in computer networking, with an emphasis on model-driven architecture design. Her current research topics are interdomain routing, network virtualization, and Internet video streaming. In the past she has worked on load-balanced networks, rate-based congestion control, and packet switching.
Abstract: We developed the Atomic Routing Theory (ART) to model an AS\'s policy objectives and the route assignment process, as well as to derive the requirements for correctly realizing any policy. Applying ART to BGP shows that with modest, incrementally deployable changes to internal BGP (iBGP), we can ensure that an AS realizes its policy correctly, regardless of the physical topology. These changes rely on existing and new technologies such as VRF and ADD-PATH. In addition to realizing today\'s policy objectives, when new features are introduced to BGP in the future, ART can guide the design and implementation so as to ensure correctness of the implementation of new and existing features.
Files: wmvAS Routes Presentation(WMV)
pdfRui Zhang-Shen Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Cyclops: The Internet AS-level Observatory
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-02 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:

Ricardo Oliveira, UCLA

Cyclops is a system that collects and displays information of AS-level connectivity between different networks extracted from looking glasses, route-servers and BGP tables+updates of hundreds of routers across the Internet. From an operational standpoint, Cyclops provides ISPs a view of how their connectivity is perceived from the outside, enabling a comparison between their observed connectivity and their intended connectivity. ISPs can easily use the tool to detect BGP misconfigurations, route leakages or false AS-link hijacks. Currently the tool provides three modes of operation: web interface, visualizer and download of raw data. Cyclops would greatly benefit from the community input and feedback.
Abstract: Ricardo Oliveira is a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at University of California, Los Angeles. His main work has been about understanding and modeling the connectivity of different networks mainly at the inter-domain level; design of next-generation inter-domain routing architectures and traffic anomaly detection. He is going to be in the job market in Fall 2008.
Files: wmvCyclops Tool(WMV)
pdfRicardo Oliveira Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
RIPE NCC Tools
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-02 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:
Andrei Robachevsky, RiPE NCC.
Abstract: RIPE NCC is a neutral coordination body offering support services to our members in Europe, the Middle East and parts of Asia. This presentation will provide an introduction to our portfolio of tools and services we provide which are of use to network operators in examining network incidents as well as monitoring normal day to day operations.
Files: pdfAndrei Robachevsky Presentation(PDF)
wmvRIPE NCC Tools(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Panel: Demystifying Submarine Cables
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-03 9:30am - 11:00am
Room: Salon D/E Foyer
Presenters: Moderators:

Sylvie LaPerri&eacute;re, VSNL International

Sylvie LaPerri&eacute;re, Director of Peering and Commercial Operations at VSNL International, leads the expansion of its Internet backbone network into new markets. Sylvie has 15 years of product management experience for data and mobile telecommunications services. She joined the company in 1993 and launched Teleglobe\'s first Internet service in 1995.
Panelists:

Pau Kirwan, Tata Communications

Paul is Vice President-Customer Operations in the Customer Service & Operations group at Tata Communications. Reporting to the Chief Network Officer, he is responsible for all front-end customer-facing activities worldwide. <BR> <BR> Prior to Tata Communications, Paul spent 26 years at Cable & Wireless in a wide range of roles in Customer Service, Global Account Management, Service Management and more recently in Commercial & Operational Management of C&W\'s US Network & Suppliers.

Samia Bashoun, David Ross Group

Samia Bahsoun has over 23 years of telecommunications experience, with role & responsibilities ranging from Research & Development as a Bell Laboratories engineer to Executive Functions with P&L accountability, spanning all telecommunications business, wire-line and wireless, terrestrial, subsea, and microwave, long haul, metro and access. <BR> <BR> Prior to joining the David Ross Group, a global telecommunications consulting firm, Samia worked with and consulted for Fortune 500 corporations as well as small and medium size enterprises, such as Nokia-Siemens, Alcatel, AT&T, IDT, Lucent, Tyco, IDT, TerraWorx, and AVC Global Services. As a private entrepreneur, she founded and managed a global telecommunication consulting firm, SetWave Communications, and the first privately owned fiber optics characterization services firm, FiberWorx, working in the US, Europe, Asia and Africa. <BR> <BR> Samia\'s global business experience is complemented by a multicultural and multilingual background; she is fluent to moderate in Arabic, English, Farsi, French, Spanish, and Wolof.
Abstract: Part 1. How are submarine cables funded. Participants: a consortium member and a private owner <BR> <BR> Part 2. The commercial aspects of the submarine cable. Participants: cable operators <BR> <BR> Part 3. How do submarine cables work (to satify the inner geek). Participant: cable builder <BR> <BR> Part 4: What connectivity services can you buy from a submarine cable? Participants: product management for various services, SLAs for each product - IRU (who can buy, who cannot) <BR> <BR> Part 5: Looking ahead - Current and Future cable builds
Files: pdfPaul Kirwan Presentation(PDF)
pdfSamia Bashoun Presentation(PDF)
wmvSubcables(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Availability Model
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-03 11:30am - 12:00pm
Room: Salon D/E Foyer
Presenters: Speakers:

Katsuyasu Toyama, JPNAP

Katsuyasu Toyama is general manager of technology department of JPNAP, the exchange point service in Japan, by INTERNET MULTIFEED CO. He was involved with the establishment of the company, in 1997, and there he designed JPNAP\'s network and services in 2000. After six years\' research activities in NTT Laboratories, he returned to JPNAP again in 2007. His current interests focus on bridging network operations and network research.
Abstract: Exchange points are so important infrastructure for the internet that providers always require higher availabilities to exchange point providers. This presentation proposes an availability model of exchange point, and describes the methods to increase availability adopted by JPNAP. Also it examines the real availability data of JPNAP and discusses the effect of the method.
Files: wmvAvailability Model(WMV)
pdfKatsuyasu Toyama Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Internet Traffic Trends - A View from 67 ISPs
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-03 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:
Craig Labovitz, Arbor Networks.
Danny McPherson, Arbor Networks.
Mike Hollyman, Arbor Networks.
Scott Iekel-Johnson, Arbor Networks.
Abstract: We present Internet traffic and attack statistics from a two year study of 67 geographically and topologically diverse ISPs. Over the course of the study, each participating ISP anonymously contributed detailed time series and anomaly traffic datasets covering the majority of their inter-domain traffic to our central servers. <BR> <BR> We believe this datasets represents one of the first global views of broad Internet traffic trends and Internet traffic evolution.
Files: pdfCraig Labovitz Presentation(PDF)
wmvInternet Traffic Trends(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Panel: North American IXPs
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-03 2:30pm - 4:40pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Moderators:
Charlie Gucker, One Step.
Panelists:
John Savageau, Any2.
Shrihari Pandit, Big Ape.
Lane Patterson, Equinix.
Alex Reppen, NYCNAP.
Akio Sugeno, NYIIX.
Christopher Quesada, Switch and Data.
Abstract: A look into NYC Focused peering and the exchange fabrics\' reach into buildings and participants across New York. During the presentation, each exchange operator will be asked to give an overall update as to membership, port speed counts and other technical information related to the exchange operation.
Files: pdfAlex Reppen Presentation(PDF)
pdfCharles Gucker Presentation(PDF)
pdfIXP Peering Presentation(PDF)
pdfJohn Savageau Presentation(PDF)
pdfLane Patterson Presentation(PDF)
pdfNYIIX Presentation(PDF)
pdfPAIX Update Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Routing Tools
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-03 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room: Salon F/G
Presenters: Moderators:

Joel Jaeggli, Nokia

Joel Jaeggli works in the Security and Mobile connectivity group within Nokia. His time is divided between the operation of the nokia.net (AS 14277) research network and supporting the strategic planning needed of Nokia\'s security business. Projects with former employer the University of Oregon included the Network Startup Resource Center, Oregon Routeviews project (still an active participant), the Beyond BGP Project, and the Oregon Videolab. He an active participant in several industry-related groups Including the IETF and NANOG. Joel frequently participates as an instructor or presenter and at regional and international network meetings, on services and security related topics.
Panelists:
Ricardo Oliveira, UCLA.
Abstract: 1) Cyclops: a detailed demonstration and discussion (continued) from the general session on Monday 2) Oregon Routeviews Project: discussion on the issues faced by the existing collectors and future plans
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.
iBGPlay: A System/Service for Monitoring Your BGP Routing
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-03 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room: Salon F/G
Presenters: Speakers:
Maurizio Pizzonia, Roma Tre University.
Abstract: BGPlay is a successful web based service which gives information about traffic directed to a certain Internet destination form public BGP collectors operated by RIPE NCC (RIS project) and Oregon University (RouteViews project). iBGPlay is a new BGP routing visualization tool, derived form BGPlay (http://www.ibgplay.org/), that enables Internet Service Providers to graphically analyze the behavior over time of BGP paths collected from their own routers. It graphically provides information to relevant destinations selected by the users and chosen among the whole prefix set of the Internet. Among the other features, iBGPlay provide visualization highlighting of next-hops and internet exchange points, flexible prefix search, a aggregation of prefixes with the same behavior, dashboard with real time BGP event visualization, IPv6 support. ISPs can choose to adopt iBGPlay either as a service or as a software to be installed in the ISP\'s data center. The two options are functionally equivalent and are both free of charge. More than 12 ISPs (and ISP-like organizations) are currently using it.
Files: pdfMaurizio Pizzonia Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Transit, Peering, and Peering Best Current Practices
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-03 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:
Avi Freedman, Akamai.
Peter Cohen, Switch & Data.

Tom Scholl, AT&T

Tom Scholl is a Lead New Technology Product Development Engineer at AT&T Labs. In the Global IP/MPLS backbone design & development team, he works on the design of routing architectures for the core network. Additional tasks include network integration of the legacy SBC Internet Services network to the AT&T common backbone. Tom has spent his last several years at SBC and Ameritech working in network engineering roles.
Abstract: This presentation serves to guide current and new network operators through some of the technical challenges of peering. Various topics are covered such as routing policy, security, growth and other aspects of router configuration. The work covered here is based upon an upcoming IETF BCP draft on the same subject.
Files: pdfHurricane Electric IPv6 Peering Presentation(PDF)
pdfTom Scholl Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
R&D - BGP Anomaly Detection and Robustness Algorithms
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-03 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Room: Salon F/G
Presenters: Speakers:

Kotikapaludi Sriram, NIST

Kotikalapudi Sriram received the B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur, India, and a Ph.D. degree from Syracuse University in New York, all in electrical engineering. He is currently a Senior Researcher in the Advanced Networking Technologies Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg, MD. Previously, he held various positions at Bell Laboratories - the innovations arm of Alcatel-Lucent and formerly that of AT&T. His titles at Bell Laboratories included Consulting Member of Technical Staff (approximately top 1% of engineers in 2001) and Distinguished Member of Technical Staff. His current research interests include Inter-domain Routing architecture and security, and seamless mobility in wireless access networks. He is a contributing author and a coeditor of Cable Modems: Current Technologies and Applications (IEEE Press, 1999). He holds 17 U.S. patents. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.
Doug Montgomery, NIST.
Oliver Borchert, NIST.
Okhee Kim, NIST.
Patrick Gleichmann, NIST.
Abstract: We present performance comparisons of existing and proposed new algorithms for BGP anomaly detection and robustness. A variety of algorithms and alert tools have been proposed and/or prototyped recently. They differ in the anomaly situations which they attempt to alert or mitigate, and also in the type(s) of data they use. Some are based on registry data from RIRs/IRRS (e.g. Nemecis) and others (PHAS, PGBGP) are driven by BGP trace data. The trace data is obtained from RIPE-RIS, Route-views, or a BGP speaker where the algorithm operates. We propose a new algorithm that combines the use of both registry and trace data, and also makes some key improvements over existing algorithms. We have built an evaluation platform called TERRAIN (Testing and Evaluation of Routing Robustness in Assurable Inter-domain Networking) on which these algorithms can be tested and empirically compared based on real and/or synthetically incorporated anomalies in BGP updates. We will present a variety of preliminary results providing interesting insights into quality metrics of registry data and the comparative performance of the various BGP robustness algorithms. Our objective is to share these early insights and invite feedback from the community to refine the TERRAIN evaluation tool to generate further useful results in the future.
Files: pdfKotikapaludi Sriram Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Off site social sponsored by Equinix
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-03 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Room:  
Presenters:
Abstract: Tuesday Evening Party <BR><BR> Brought to you by Equinix <BR><BR> Please join us for cocktails and appetizers after NANOG\'s Tuesday sessions conclude. <BR><BR> <A HREF=\"invitation.php\">See the invitation.</A> <BR><BR>
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.
IANA Update
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-04 9:30am - 9:45am
Room: Salon D/E
Presenters: Speakers:

Barbara Roseman, IANA/ICANN

Barbara has participated in ICANN since 1999. She has worked at ICANN in full and part time consultancy roles since January 2003. She joined the IANA staff in 2005, and was appointed to the IANA General Manager role in September 2007.
Abstract: This presentation will report on three areas on IANA\'s recent work. First, we will provide an update on the progress ICANN has made in its ongoing work to quantify the scale and distribution of the used but unallocated IPv4 address space. Secondly, we will also describe recent changes to the IPv4 Address Space Registry, particularly the updates to whois information and the \'various registries\' designations. Finally, we will provide an update on registry options for DNSSEC information, both via DNS and stored in GPG signed XML formats.
Files: pdfBarbara Roseman Presentation(PDF)
wmvIANA Update(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
ISP Route Filtering: Responsibilities and Technical Challenges
Meeting: NANOG43
Date / Time: 2008-06-04 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room: Salon D/E Foyer
Presenters: Moderators:
Danny McPherson, Arbor Networks.
Panelists:
Richard Steenbergen, nLayer Communications.
Warren Kumari, Google, Inc..
Larry Blunk, Merit Network.
Ruediger Volk, Deutsche Telekom.
Abstract: This panel will focus on the methods for and deployment of inter-domain route filtering. We\'ll discuss the technical barriers to more ubiquitous deployment, what, where and why route filtering is applied today, and potential incremental deployment models that aim to improve coverage. Discussions will include why folks don\'t filter, policies to mitigate route leakage, RIR allocation authentication, IRR routing policy specification, object update and security considerations, and routing infrastructure challenges. The goal of this panel isn\'t just to revisit why route filtering can\'t be done today, but to assess viability of bi-lateral or other incremental models that further enable wider deployment.
Files: wmvISP Route Filtering.wmv(WMV)
pdfISP Route Filtering: Responsibilities & Technical Challenges Presentat(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

Back to NANOG43 agenda.

NANOG43 Abstracts

  • VOIP Peering
    Speakers:
    Shrihari PanditStealth Communications; .
  • ISP Security
    Speakers:
    Danny McPhersonArbor Networks; .
    Stefan Fouant, Neustar;
  • ISP Security
    Speakers:
    Danny McPhersonArbor Networks; .
    Stefan Fouant, Neustar;
  • Trace Flow
    Speakers:
    Arun ViswanathanNone; .
    Krishnamurthy SubramanianNone; .
    Vishal ZinjuvadiaNone; .
    Rajeev ManurNone; .
  • Trace Flow
    Speakers:
    Arun ViswanathanNone; .
    Krishnamurthy SubramanianNone; .
    Vishal ZinjuvadiaNone; .
    Rajeev ManurNone; .
  • Trace Flow
    Speakers:
    Arun ViswanathanNone; .
    Krishnamurthy SubramanianNone; .
    Vishal ZinjuvadiaNone; .
    Rajeev ManurNone; .
  • Trace Flow
    Speakers:
    Arun ViswanathanNone; .
    Krishnamurthy SubramanianNone; .
    Vishal ZinjuvadiaNone; .
    Rajeev ManurNone; .
  • Panel: North American IXPs
    Moderators:
    Charlie GuckerOne Step; .
    Panelists:
    John SavageauAny2; .
    Shrihari PanditBig Ape; .
    Lane PattersonEquinix; .
    Alex ReppenNYCNAP; .
    Akio SugenoNYIIX; .
    Christopher QuesadaSwitch and Data; .
  • Panel: North American IXPs
    Moderators:
    Charlie GuckerOne Step; .
    Panelists:
    John SavageauAny2; .
    Shrihari PanditBig Ape; .
    Lane PattersonEquinix; .
    Alex ReppenNYCNAP; .
    Akio SugenoNYIIX; .
    Christopher QuesadaSwitch and Data; .
  • Panel: North American IXPs
    Moderators:
    Charlie GuckerOne Step; .
    Panelists:
    John SavageauAny2; .
    Shrihari PanditBig Ape; .
    Lane PattersonEquinix; .
    Alex ReppenNYCNAP; .
    Akio SugenoNYIIX; .
    Christopher QuesadaSwitch and Data; .
  • Panel: North American IXPs
    Moderators:
    Charlie GuckerOne Step; .
    Panelists:
    John SavageauAny2; .
    Shrihari PanditBig Ape; .
    Lane PattersonEquinix; .
    Alex ReppenNYCNAP; .
    Akio SugenoNYIIX; .
    Christopher QuesadaSwitch and Data; .
  • Panel: North American IXPs
    Moderators:
    Charlie GuckerOne Step; .
    Panelists:
    John SavageauAny2; .
    Shrihari PanditBig Ape; .
    Lane PattersonEquinix; .
    Alex ReppenNYCNAP; .
    Akio SugenoNYIIX; .
    Christopher QuesadaSwitch and Data; .
  • Panel: North American IXPs
    Moderators:
    Charlie GuckerOne Step; .
    Panelists:
    John SavageauAny2; .
    Shrihari PanditBig Ape; .
    Lane PattersonEquinix; .
    Alex ReppenNYCNAP; .
    Akio SugenoNYIIX; .
    Christopher QuesadaSwitch and Data; .
  • Panel: North American IXPs
    Moderators:
    Charlie GuckerOne Step; .
    Panelists:
    John SavageauAny2; .
    Shrihari PanditBig Ape; .
    Lane PattersonEquinix; .
    Alex ReppenNYCNAP; .
    Akio SugenoNYIIX; .
    Christopher QuesadaSwitch and Data; .
  • Routing Tools
    Moderators:
    Joel Jaeggli, Nokia; Panelists:
    Ricardo OliveiraUCLA; .
  • Routing Tools
    Moderators:
    Joel Jaeggli, Nokia; Panelists:
    Ricardo OliveiraUCLA; .

 

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