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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

NOGLab
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-12 12:05pm - 5:00pm
Room: Tower Court A
Presenters: Sponsors A10 Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, ARRIS, and Comcast.
Sponsors
Abstract: The NANOG52 NOG Lab will be featuring an IPv6 demonstration for the community, providing an opportunity to view a LIVE IPv6 Dual Stack configuration that is currently in production. Technological capabilities of various hardware and software will be featured, allowing you to experience technology, content and services first hand. <br> Read more about the NANOG52 <a href="http://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog52/NOGLab52.pdf">NOGLab </a>
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.
Tutorial: NANOG Newcomers
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-12 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room: Windows
Presenters: Speakers:

Mohit Lad, ThousandEyes

Mohit Lad is the co-founder of ThousandEyes, a network monitoring and security company. Prior to this, he was responsible for designing and implementing an internal monitoring system for Nokia's global network. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCLA in 2007 and has been actively involved in NANOG throughout his graduate study at UCLA. During his Ph.D. he designed and implemented the Link-Rank visualization for BGP routing diagnosis. He was also the primary designer of PHAS: Prefix hijack alert system (implemented and maintained by Colorado State University).
Abstract: Around 25-35% of attendees at each NANOG are new to the meeting (some are even new to the mailing list!) and NANOG isn't quite the same as your average conference.<BR> <BR> This tutorial explains the community ethos that makes NANOG different, features that are unusual to the NANOG meeting, and how a newcomer might get the best out of their attendance in Denver.
Files: pdfNewcomers Tutorial(PDF)
wmvTutorial - NANOG Newcomers(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Tutorial: You Can't Do That with nslookup: DNS(SEC) Troubleshooting
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-12 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room: Windows
Presenters: Speakers:

Michael Sinatra, ESnet

Michael Sinatra is a network engineer with the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) in Berkeley, CA, where he specializes in DNS, DNSSEC, IPv6 adoption, and scientific and high-performance networking. Prior to ESnet, Michael worked for the central networking group at UC Berkeley for over a decade. He has been interested in DNS for a long time and attempts to make coherent contributions to various BIND and DNS mailing lists and forums
Abstract: Troubleshooting DNS before DNSSEC was hard enough, and it was made more difficult when people tried to troubleshoot complex DNS problems using old tools like nslookup. With DNSSEC, the number and complexity of DNS issues makes it imperative that DNS admins understand how to use the tools available to them. This tutorial explains how to use (and interpret) tools like dig, dnscap, dnsviz, and others. It covers these specific topics (not necessarily in this order or structure):<BR> <BR> o Basic DNS troubleshooting with dig<BR> o (maybe) Using the sigchase functionality in dig (not in the current slide deck)<BR> o Visualizing DNSSEC with dnsviz<BR> o dnscap and nmsg: Specialized packet capture tools for DNS and what they can do for you<BR> o Understanding the troubleshooting process and troubleshooting hard issues
Files: pdfDNS-DNSSEC Tutorial(PDF)
wmvTutorial - You Can't do That with nslookup DNS(SEC) Troubleshooting(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Tutorial: RPKI-Based BGP Origin Validation Workshop
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-12 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Randy Bush, IIJ

Randy Bush is a Research Fellow and Network Operator at Internet Initiative Japan, Japan's first commercial ISP. He specializes in network measurement especially routing, network security, routing protocols, and IPv6 deployment. Randy has been in computing for 45 years, and has a few decades of Internet operations experience. He was the engineering founder of Verio, which is now NTT/Verio. He has been heavily involved in transferring Internet technologies to developing economies for over 20 years. <BR> He was a chair of the IETF WG on the DNS for a decade and served as a member of the IESG, as co-chair of the IETF Operations and Management Area for six years. Randy was the first Chair of the NANOG Steering Committee, a co-founder of AfNOG, on the founding Board of Directors of ARIN, helped start AfriNIC, and has participated in APNIC, RIPE, et alia since each was founded. <BR> see http://psg.com/~randy
Rob Austein, ISC.
Abstract: BGP Origin Validation based on the Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) is in test and prototype deployment has begun. It protects against accidental mis-origination, the most common routing error we see today. The documents are in the sidr working group of the IETF and are now being processed through the RFC sausage machine. <BR> The work-flow for using the full implementation in open source RPKI software from GUI to running router (router code not open source) can be seen at http://archive.psg.com/RPKI-Origin-WorkFlow.pdf. <BR> There will be a half day workshop where operators can play with the entire system, end to end. Attendees can create RPKI objects with the GUI and configure routers to deal with valid and invalid routing. The more adventurous sysadmin talented attendee with access to a UNIX, Linux, or MacOSX environment, can even build and install the open source RPKI software.
Files: pdf110612.nanog-clab(PDF)
pdf110612.nanog-jlab(PDF)
pdf110612.nanog-lab-agenda(PDF)
pdf110612.nanog-origin-validation(PDF)
pdf110612.nanog-rpki-status(PDF)
wmvTutorial - RPKI-Based BGP Origin Validation Workshop (part 1)(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Tutorial: Best Practices in Network Planning and Traffic Engineering
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-12 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Room: Windows
Presenters: Speakers:
Paolo Lucente, KPN International.

Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden Technologies, Inc.

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: This presentation will review current industry best practises for planning and traffic engineering in IP and MPLS networks. Technologies and approaches will be compared, leveraging experience gained and case studies including a number of Tier 1 deployments. The subjects covered will include:<BR> <BR> - Traffic/demand matrices: Methods for determining traffic matrices for IP/MPLS networks<BR> - NetFlow, MPLS, demand estimation, demand deduction<BR> - pmacct NetFlow collector<BR> - The relationship between SLAs and network planning targets<BR> - Network planning simulation and analysis – working and failure cases, what-if scenarios<BR> - Traffic Engineering options and approaches: tactical, strategic, MPLS, IGP<BR> - IPFRR LFA analysis<BR> - Planning IP-over-Optical networks
Files: pdfmaghbouleh-bestpractices-tutorial(PDF)
wmvTutorial - Best Practices in Network Planning and Traffic Engineering(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Tutorial: RPKI-Based BGP Origin Validation Workshop (continued)
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-12 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Randy Bush, IIJ

Randy Bush is a Research Fellow and Network Operator at Internet Initiative Japan, Japan's first commercial ISP. He specializes in network measurement especially routing, network security, routing protocols, and IPv6 deployment. Randy has been in computing for 45 years, and has a few decades of Internet operations experience. He was the engineering founder of Verio, which is now NTT/Verio. He has been heavily involved in transferring Internet technologies to developing economies for over 20 years. <BR> He was a chair of the IETF WG on the DNS for a decade and served as a member of the IESG, as co-chair of the IETF Operations and Management Area for six years. Randy was the first Chair of the NANOG Steering Committee, a co-founder of AfNOG, on the founding Board of Directors of ARIN, helped start AfriNIC, and has participated in APNIC, RIPE, et alia since each was founded. <BR> see http://psg.com/~randy
Rob Austein, ISC.
Abstract: BGP Origin Validation based on the Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) is in test and prototype deployment has begun. It protects against accidental mis-origination, the most common routing error we see today. The documents are in the sidr working group of the IETF and are now being processed through the RFC sausage machine. <BR> The work-flow for using the full implementation in open source RPKI software from GUI to running router (router code not open source) can be seen at http://archive.psg.com/RPKI-Origin-WorkFlow.pdf. <BR> There will be a half day workshop where operators can play with the entire system, end to end. Attendees can create RPKI objects with the GUI and configure routers to deal with valid and invalid routing. The more adventurous sysadmin talented attendee with access to a UNIX, Linux, or MacOSX environment, can even build and install the open source RPKI software.
Files: wmvTutorial - RPKI-Based BGP Origin Validation Workshop (part 2)(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
NANOG Community Meeting
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-12 5:45pm - 7:00pm
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Moderators:
Steve Feldman, CBS Interactive and Chair, NewNOG Board of Directors.
Abstract: The Community Meeting is your opportunity to interact with the NANOG leadership, members, and community at large about the inner workings of NANOG as we navigate our way forwards as a fully independent organization.<BR> <BR> Board members and committee chairs will give short updates about topics such as:<BR> <BR> - Transition Status<BR> - Finances<BR> - Membership<BR> - Development<BR> - Future Meetings<BR> - 2011 Elections<BR> <BR> Questions and discussion are encouraged during the presentations, and there will be plenty of time for open discussion at the end.
Files: wmvNANOG Community Meeting(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
NANOG Newcomers' Breakfast
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 8:30am - 9:30am
Room: Plaza Bldg., Lobby Level, Director's Row H
Presenters: Sponsor Google.
Sponsor
Moderators:
Sonia Sakovich, Sprint-Nextel.
Abstract: All first-time NANOG attendees are invited to attend a special continental breakfast where committee members, Merit staff and long-time NANOGers will talk about the organization, the meeting, and how to make best use of both. Please plan to attend and learn more about NANOG and help maximize your first meeting. It will be lively and informative! The breakfast will be moderated by Sonia Sakovich of Sprint-Nextel, Inc. and member of the NANOG Program Committee.
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.
Opening Remarks
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 9:30am - 9:45am
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:
David Meyer, Cisco/UO and Chair, NANOG Program Committee.
James Tindall, Alcatel-Lucent.
Abstract: Conference opening.
Files: pdfJ. Tindall NANOG52 Opening Remarks(PDF)
wmvOpening Remarks(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Keynote: The History of the Internet
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 9:45am - 10:30am
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Milo Medin, Google Corp.

Milo Medin has been part of the Internet development community for more than 25 years. He is currently the vice president of access services at Google, where he oversees the company’s Gigabit Fiber to the Home project and other efforts to improve access to the Internet. <BR> Prior to joining Google in 2010, he was founder and CTO of M2Z Networks, a company that sought to deploy a national broadband wireless network system that will expand consumer network access by providing nationwide portable broadband service that was also to help bridge the digital divide. <BR> He was co-founder and the Chief Technology Officer of Excite@Home, where he led the development of the company's national infrastructure, and helped deliver the first large scale residential broadband access service in partnership with major cable operators. <BR> Earlier, Milo worked at NASA's Ames Research Center, where he managed the primary west coast interconnect for the Internet, and architected and managed the global NASA Science Internet. Before NASA, while enrolled at UC Berkeley, he worked at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, programming high performance computers in support of various Defense Programs. <br> Milo holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from UC Berkeley. He has participated in a number of public policy forums, including two National Academy of Sciences panels and a variety of TechNet initiatives, and given testimony in Congress and before the Federal Communications Commission on Broadband technology policy. He has received two patents in the field of network access technology.
Abstract: The History of the Internet.
Files: wmvKeynote - The History of the Internet(WMV)
pdfMilo Medin Keynote NANOG52(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Research Networks: The Other Internet
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 10:30am - 11:00am
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Kevin Oberman, ESnet

R. Kevin Oberman is a Senior Engineer for Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) at Ernest O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab).<BR> <BR> 1995 to present: Senior Engineer, ESnet<BR> <BR> 1985 to 1995: Network Manager, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Engineering Department<BR> <BR> 1980 to 1985: System Analyst, Engineering Research Division, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory<BR> <BR> 1977 to 1980: Systems Programmer, Engineering Research Division, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory<BR> <BR> 2004 to present: Member of the Program Committee for Joint Techs, ESnet/Internet2
Abstract: In the mid-1990s the Internet "morphed" from a small entity for government, educational, commercial researchers to a massive global commercial entity. From that time on, the nature of the commercial and research portions of the Internet have continued to diverge in the nature of the traffic handled.<BR> <BR> Today the commercial Internet focuses primarily on streamed, web browsing, mail and the like. The research network handles all of those, but at vastly lower traffic volumes. Instead, it carries huge volumes of data from large, global research projects.<BR> <BR> This talk will focus on the issues research nets are facing and how they are both like and different from commercial networks.
Files: pdfOberman-Research Networks(PDF)
wmvResearch Networks - The Other Internet(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
World IPv6 Day Experiences
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 11:30am - 12:30pm
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Moderators:
Phil Roberts, Internet Society.
Panelists:
Igor Gashinsky, Yahoo!.
Patrick Gilmore, Akamai.
John Brzozowski, Comcast.
Jon Woolwine, Cisco.
Abstract: This is a reprise of the discussion at NANOG 51 on the upcoming World IPv6 Day (June 8, 2011). We will discuss experiences of doing the World IPv6 day from the perspective of a website, CDN company, and network operator, as well as overall comments about participation from ISOC.
Files: pdfBrzozowski-world ipv6 day(PDF)
pdfGashinsky-Y-w6d v5(PDF)
pdfGilmore-IPv6panel(PDF)
wmvPanel - World IPv6 Day Experiences(WMV)
pdfRoberts-20110613-ISOC-WorldIPv6Day-NANOG52(PDF)
pdfWoolwine-nanog world ipv6 day-061011-d(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
OCN Experience to Handle the Internet Growth and the Future
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 12:30pm - 1:00pm
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Chika Yoshimura, NTT Communications

Chika Yoshimura is a network engineer at OCN. She joined NTT Communications Corporation in 2003, immediately after she earned her baccalaureate degree from Keio University in Japan. From 2003 to 2007, she was involved in operating DNS servers in OCN. Since 2007, she has been designing the backbone network of OCN. She is also responsible for the design of their peering points and the traffic analyses of OCN.

Takeshi Tomochika, NTT Communications

Takeshi Tomochika is a manager of IP network development. He is in charge of engineering and designing OCN (AS4713), the largest ISP in Japan, operated by NTT Communications Corporation. After graduating from the Graduate School of Electronic Engineering, University of Tokyo in 1995, he was involved in the startup of OCN in 1996. From 1997 until 2000, he expanded OCN, developed new services, helped large OCN customers' network development, and took part in the startup of the IP-VPN service. He designed the first worldwide commercial IPv6 network from 2001 to 2002. After 16 months study in the Information Networking Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, he participated in IPv6 development at the R&D department from 2004 until 2006. Since 2006, he has been at his present post.
Abstract: The internet traffic is growing exponentially in the recent years. ISP's mission is to carry the traffic steady without any traffic congestion. ISPs have to design a robust backbone network and make a lot of effort to handle this situation.<BR> <BR> Firstly, the authors describe their design experiences of their ISP's backbone which has one of the most largest bandwidth in Japan with looking back over the history, which would be instrumental for other ISPs.<BR> <BR> Finally, they introduce a plan for the backbone to cope with the expected growth of traffic in the future.
Files: wmvOCN Experience to Handle the Internet Growth and the Future(WMV)
pdftomochika-20110613 NANOG52 OCN(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
IPv4 Address Transfers in the NANOG Region
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 3:30pm - 4:00pm
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:
John Curran, ARIN.
Abstract: Given the runout of IPv4 address space, it's becoming important to understand the options for obtaining additional IPv4 address space for customer growth. ARIN's CEO John Curran will do a brief and entertaining review the policies for IPv4 address transfers in the region.
Files: pdfCurran ARIN IPv4 Transfers(PDF)
wmvIPv4 Address Transfers in the NANOG Region(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
NOGLab
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Room: Tower Court A
Presenters: Sponsors A10 Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, ARRIS, and Comcast.
Sponsors
Abstract: The NANOG52 NOG Lab will be featuring an IPv6 demonstration for the community, providing an opportunity to view a LIVE IPv6 Dual Stack configuration that is currently in production. Technological capabilities of various hardware and software will be featured, allowing you to experience technology, content and services first hand. <br> Read more about the NANOG52 <a href="http://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog52/NOGLab52.pdf">NOGLab </a>
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.
Track: ISP Security
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Room: Silver, Mezzanine Level
Presenters: Moderators:
Paul Scanlon, Arbor Network.
Abstract: Cover a series of topics identified as current, topical or otherwise of interest of the group.
Files: pdfAutomatedMalwareMitigation-conficker(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Track: Panel on Using AMT Multicast for Resilient, Scalable Content Delivery
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Moderators:
Timothy O'Keefe, AT&T.
Abstract: <BR> Panelists:<BR><BR> Scott Brown, Octoshape<BR> Sam Gassel, Turner Broadcasting<BR> Douglas Nortz, AT&T<BR> <BR> The amount of video content delivered over the Internet is rapidly growing, and this growth is likely to accelerate with the proliferation of connected devices and increases in the availability of content. This panel discussion will present the magnitude of the problem that network operators will be facing in the coming years as more content shifts to "over-the-top" delivery. It will present how multicast and AMT (Automatic IP Multicast Without Explicit Tunnels) can help alleviate the problem. The panel will be made up of three speakers from Turner Broadcasting, AT&T, and Octoshape.<BR> <BR> Turner Broadcasting is looking into the future business of video delivery from the content provider's perspective. They will present the potential shift in end user behavior and the issues this presents for content providers and network providers alike.<BR> <BR> AT&T has begun to deploy Internet multicast distribution capabilities in its network. They are using AMT multicast to tunnel multicasted content through the portions of the network that may not be capable of supporting native (end-to-end) multicast today. AT&T will present an overview of their AMT multicast system, their use of AMT multicast to deliver content, and share data from multicast pilots and recent multicasted events.<BR> <br> Octoshape has been partnering with AT&T on the delivery of content over multicast. Octoshape will present their use of application-level capabilities that incorporate AMT gateway functionality and provide resiliency and multi-bitrate technologies to the delivered stream.
Files: pdfBrown-Octoshape MCast(PDF)
pdfGassel-Turner MCast(PDF)
pdfNortz-ATTMCast(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Track: Resilient Protocol Application and Deployment Considerations
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Room: Windows
Presenters: Speakers:

Muhammad Durrani, Brocade Communications Inc.

Muhammad Durrani is currently holding The "Principal Engineer" position in Brocade Communications Inc. In this capacity, he is working closely with various cross functional groups and closely interacts with Customers for design related issues in Enterprise, Core and Data Center product line and front ending csutomer Proof of concepts & influence customer deployments for optimal solutions implementation. Prior to Brocade, he had served as the Senior Technical lead of Service Provider Business unit in Cisco Systems, Where he has successfully delivered various carrier class products for GSR and CRS-3 Platform (100G) widely deployment by major Service Providers around the world.<BR> He worked closely with solution Architects to resolve design related issues and translating customer needs into product development life cycle in order to deliver complete solutions to protect major Service Provider's long term investment. Mr. Durrani has also served as Senior Network Architect at MCI World Com where he has worked on various capacity Planning designs and backbone migration projects involve legacy Frame relay / ATM networks to IP networks and scalable internet exchange BGP Peering solutions.<BR> Mr. Durrani holds Dual CCIE (#12521) in Routing & Switching and Service Provider Core.
Abstract: Technology plays an essential role in building network resiliency, Technology is available to support flexible and resilient networks, The most critical technology components you should consider when planning for resiliency are data , application, networks, security and end user devices. This presentation will discuss deployment challenges to achieve resiliency at various OSI layer, their advantages and limitations and available technologies to meet the challenges along with various deployment case studies.
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.
Track: The Carrier Ethernet Exchange
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-13 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:
Robert Huey, Equinix, Inc..
Abstract: The Carrier Ethernet Exchange (CEE) facilitates multi-segmented Ethernet services and stands to accelerate service delivery. This session will cover the key technologies, standards, and features required to build a Carrier Ethernet Exchange. The details in this presentation represent a case study of key experiences from the successful deployment of a real, worldwide CEE.
Files: pdfHuey-Carrier Ethernet Exchange(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Keynote: Mobile Wireless Evolution
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-14 9:45am - 10:30am
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Bob Azzi, Sprint

Bob Azzi is Senior Vice President of Sprint’s Network. Bob leads a team of nineteen hundred employees composed of executives, managers, and engineers nationwide and internationally who provide network development and deployment, access management and service assurance for Sprint consumer and business customers. He directs the ownership and operations of the CDMA, iDEN and global IP networks operated by Sprint. Azzi is the Sprint executive officer in charge of the organization that ensures the success of the partnership between the Ericsson Corporation and Sprint Nextel Corporation. <br> During Mr. Azzi’s 20 plus years of tenure at Sprint, he has held senior leadership positions in network engineering, software development, network planning, network operations and customer service in Minneapolis, Virginia and Kansas City. His industry expertise was honed from work in local, long-distance, international and wireless telecommunications networks. Prior to joining Sprint he held various management positions in operations, engineering, and access verification with AT&T Long Lines in Chicago and New Jersey during an eight-year career with AT&T. <br> Azzi holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and an MBA from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. He and his family reside in Olathe Kansas.
Abstract: Mobile Wireless Evolution
Files: pdfAzzi(PDF)
wmvKeynote - Mobile Wireless Evolution(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
100 GbE and Beyond
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-14 10:30am - 11:00am
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Greg Hankins, Brocade

Greg Hankins is a Global Solutions Architect at Brocade, specializing in the Ethernet switching and IP/MPLS routing product lines. He works with service providers and Internet exchanges around the world as a technology evangelist, consulting engineer and customer advocate, and is an active member of the network operator and peering community. Prior to joining Brocade, he held technical marketing and systems engineering positions at Force10 Networks and Riverstone Networks, and network engineering positions at MindSpring Enterprises and Georgia Tech.
Abstract: What's going on with 100 Gigabit Ethernet, and what is next? This presentation will cover recent technology and market developments that are driving the 2nd generation of 100 GbE, and we'll look at what is possible beyond 100 GbE.
Files: wmv100 GbE and Beyond(WMV)
pdfhankins-100-gbe-and-beyond(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Bufferbloat: "Dark" Buffers in the Internet
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-14 11:30am - 12:00pm
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

James Gettys, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs

Jim Gettys is at Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, USA. Until January 2009, he was the Vice President of Software at the One Laptop per Child project, working on the software for the OLPC XO-1. He is one of the original developers of the X Window System at MIT. He worked at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)[1] and was the editor of the HTTP/1.1 specification in the IETF. Gettys helped establish the handhelds.org community, from which the development of Linux on handheld devices can be traced.<BR> <BR> Gettys worked at HP Labs' Cambridge Research Laboratory. He won Bob Metcalfe's 1997 Internet Plumber of the Year award on behalf of the group who worked on HTTP/1.1. Gettys is one of the keepers of the Flame (USENIX's 1999 Lifetime Achievement Award) on behalf of The X Window System Community at Large.
Abstract: VOIP and teleconferencing often perform much more poorly on today's Internet than the Internet of a decade ago, despite great gains in bandwidth. Lots of fiber, cheap memory, smart hardware, variability of wireless thoughput, changes in web browser behaviour, changes in TCP implementations, and a focus on benchmarking Internet performance solely by bandwidth, and engineer's natural reluctance to drop packets have conspired to encourage papering over problems by adding buffers; each of which may introduce latency when filled.<BR> <BR> Buffering mistakes have been made in all technologies: operating systems, home routers both wired and wireless, broadband equipment, corporate networks, 3G networks and parts of the core Internet itself. The mistaken quest to never drop packets has destroyed interactivity under load, and often results in actual higher packet loss, as TCP's congestion avoidance algorithms have been defeated by these buffers. The lessons of the "RED manifesto" of 1997 have been forgotten or never learned by a new generation of engineers. <BR> Full solutions require careful queue management, and that management should be everywhere; we no longer have the luxury to think that this is a problem solely of Internet routers.
Files: wmvBufferbloat - Dark Buffers in the Internet(WMV)
pdfGettys(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Idealized BGPsec: Formally Verifiable BGP
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-14 12:00pm - 12:30pm
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Randy Bush, IIJ

Randy Bush is a Research Fellow and Network Operator at Internet Initiative Japan, Japan's first commercial ISP. He specializes in network measurement especially routing, network security, routing protocols, and IPv6 deployment. Randy has been in computing for 45 years, and has a few decades of Internet operations experience. He was the engineering founder of Verio, which is now NTT/Verio. He has been heavily involved in transferring Internet technologies to developing economies for over 20 years. <BR> He was a chair of the IETF WG on the DNS for a decade and served as a member of the IESG, as co-chair of the IETF Operations and Management Area for six years. Randy was the first Chair of the NANOG Steering Committee, a co-founder of AfNOG, on the founding Board of Directors of ARIN, helped start AfriNIC, and has participated in APNIC, RIPE, et alia since each was founded. <BR> see http://psg.com/~randy
Abstract: RPKI-based Origin Validation provides neither cryptographic assurance (announcements are not signed), nor assurance of the AS Path of the announcement. The latest work to enter the IETF sidr wg is AS-Path Validation via BGPSEC. This presentation will describe the problem and the protocol.
Files: pdfBush-bgpsec(PDF)
wmvIdealized BGPsec - Formally Verfiabel BGP(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Let the Market Drive Deployment: A Strategy for Transitioning to BGP Security
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-14 12:30pm - 1:00pm
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Sharon Goldberg, Boston University

Sharon Goldberg is an assistant professor in the Computer Science<BR> Department at Boston University. Her research focuses on the security of the interdomain routing system. She obtained her PhD from Princeton University in July 2009, and has worked as a researcher at Cisco, IBM, and Microsoft, and as a telecom engineer at Bell Canada and Hydro One Networks.
Phillipa Gill, University of Toronto.
Michael Schapira, Princeton University.
Abstract: With (RPKI) on the horizon, can we finally start deploying one of the<BR> BGP security protocols proposed over a decade ago (Secure BGP, secure<BR> origin BGP)?<BR> <BR> If experience with IPv6 is any indicator, this will be no easy task.<BR> Security concerns alone seem unlikely to provide to drive the<BR> deployment at ISPs. Worse yet, the security benefits provided by the<BR> S*BGP protocols don't even kick in until a large number of ASes have<BR> deployed them.<BR> <BR> Instead, this work considers appealing to ISPs' interest in increasing<BR> revenue-generating traffic. We propose a strategy for deploying S*BGP<BR> that leverage ISPs' local business objectives and drives global S*BGP<BR> deployment. Our strategy address questions like (a) who should be the<BR> first to deploy? (b) how should S*BGP impact the BGP decision process?<BR> and (c) how should resource-constrained stub ASes deploy S*BGP? We<BR> evaluate our deployment strategy using large-scale simulations on the<BR> Internet's AS graph. Our results give evidence that the market<BR> dynamics can transition the majority of the Internet to S*BGP.<BR> <BR> Joint work with Phillipa Gill and Michael Schapira.
Files: pdfGoldberg-TransitionToSBGP-NANOG(PDF)
wmvLet the Market Drive Deployment - A Strategy for Transitioning to BGP (WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Measuring Dual Stack Performance
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-14 3:00pm - 3:30pm
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:
Geoff Huston, APNIC.
Abstract: This presentation looks at the performance and failure rates of connections to the V6 side of dual stack services, and looks critically at the operational behavior of 6to4 and Teredo in particular.
Files: pdfhuston-dualstack(PDF)
wmvMeasuring Dual Stack Performance(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
NOGLab
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-14 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Room: Tower Court A
Presenters: Sponsors A10 Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, ARRIS, and Comcast.
Sponsors
Abstract: The NANOG52 NOG Lab will be featuring an IPv6 demonstration for the community, providing an opportunity to view a LIVE IPv6 Dual Stack configuration that is currently in production. Technological capabilities of various hardware and software will be featured, allowing you to experience technology, content and services first hand. <br> Read more about the NANOG52 <a href="http://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog52/NOGLab52.pdf">NOGLab </a>
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.
Track: ARMD
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-14 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:
Benson Schliesser, Cisco Systems, Inc..
Abstract: The IETF ARMD (Address Resolution for Massive numbers of hosts in the Data center) Working Group is focused on address resolution (e.g. ARP, ND) in massive data centers, specifically focused on the architecture and scalability of existing mechanisms. In order to succeed, the WG needs input from the datacenter operator community. This NANOG presentation track will provide an introduction, and is an opportunity to both hear and share perspectives on the topic. Speakers will include: * Igor Gashinsky (Yahoo!) * Michael K. Smith (Adhost) * Scott Whyte (Google) * Jimmy Williams (Facebook) * Manish Karir (Merit) * K.K. Ramakrishnan (AT&T Research) The WG's current charter is posted at <a href="http://tools.ietf.org/wg/armd/charters">http://tools.ietf.org/wg/armd/charters</a> and the Call For Investigation document is at <a href="http://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-armd-call-for-investigation/">http://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-armd-call-for-investigation/</a>.
Files: pdfGashinsky-3-Y-Datacenter-scalability(PDF)
pdfKarir-4-ARP-Study-Merit Network(PDF)
pdfRamakrishnan-5-KK -att(PDF)
pdfSmith-1-Drawing- Adhost(PDF)
pdfWhyte(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
NANOG Newcomers' Debrief
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-15 8:00am - 9:00am
Room: Plaza Bldg., Lobby Level, Director's Row H
Presenters: Moderators:

Sonia Sakovich, Sprint-Nextel

I have been working at Sprint for 12 years where I started as a NOC Engineer. One year later I moved to the Data Engineering Organization where I was responsible for building Sprintlink sites in both the US and Asia. Various roles I performed included:<BR> <BR> * Site engineer – performed both physical and logical router installations from Cisco 2511 to GSR 12416 routers to CRS routers (logical only)<BR> * Principal Program Manager for Sprintlink Asia Build involved in site selection, vendor review and installation<BR> * Management of budgets for capacity planning and new site builds ranging from 2M to 27M<BR> * Present role as Peering Coordinator for Sprint<BR> * Regulatory extern with the Sprint Regulatory Group/Legal group writing draft legal responses to the FCC and performing economic analysis related to impacts of legal decisions<BR> <BR> Prior to Sprint I worked as an on site tech at DOJ for JCON Program, and wrote RFP responses for GTE. In addition, I worked at Lexis Nexis where I was responsible for the sales and service of private database services to the Legal community
Abstract: All first-time NANOG attendees are invited to attend a special continental breakfast to discuss their first NANOG experience. What did you like, what can we improve upon? These results, in addition to filling out the NANOG survey, will help the Program Committee to continually better the NANOG Program. The breakfast will be moderated by Sonia Sakovich, Peering Coordinator for Sprint-Nextel, Inc. and member of the NANOG Program Committee.
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.
Virtual Subnet: A Scalable Data Center Interconnection Solution
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-15 9:00am - 9:30am
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Xiaohu Xu, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

Xiaohu Xu graduated from Beijing University of Posts and Telecoms in 2000. He has been working in the telecom industry for more than 10 years and now is a research engineer at IP Advanced Technology Research Department of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Before joining Huawei, he was the chief engineer at Technical Support Department and the manager at Router OS Test Team of Harbour Networks, Inc, which was acquired by Huawei later. His current research interests include but not limited to: scalable routing and addressing architecture; id/locator split architecture; data center network and data center interconnection architecture.
Abstract: Virtual Subnet (VS) provides a scalable IP-only L2VPN service by reusing the proven BGP/MPLS IP VPN [RFC4364] and ARP proxy [RFC925][RFC1027] technologies. VS could be used for interconnecting geographically dispersed data center locations at scale. In contrast with the existing VPLS solution, VS alleviates the broadcast storm impact on the network performance to a great extent by splitting the otherwise whole ARP broadcast and unknown unicast flooding domain associated with an IP subnet that has been extended across the MPLS/IP backbone, into multiple isolated parts per data center location, besides, the MAC table capacity demand on CE switches is greatly reduced due to the usage of ARP proxy.
Files: wmvVirtual Subnet - A Scalable Data Center Interconnection Solution(WMV)
pdfXU-Virtual Subnet(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
Capacity Planning Panel
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-15 9:30am - 10:30am
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Moderators:

Vishal Sharma, Metanoia

Vishal Sharma is a seasonsed international technologist, telecom industry expert, and entrepreneur with 20 years of experience spanning consulting, industry, academia, labs., and research. He currently serves as a Principal at Metanoia, Inc., a niche Bay-area consultancy, overseeing it's consulting activities to clients across the telecom ecosystem (spanning chip/semi-conductor companies, system vendors, operators/carriers, technology houses, and telecom software and tool companies) <br> Over the last decade and a half, Vishal has been involved in IP network- and IP switch/router- architecture, design, analysis, and prototyping, and has also directed advanced data network research. His work has spanned the design and architecture of high-speed switch/routers, the development of advanced switching and QoS schemes for IP-based networks, devising connection and flow-control protocols for very high-speed networks, network planning and traffic engineering algorithms and best-practices, and the development and standardization of generalized multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) signaling and routing techniques as a key contributor to 10 issued RFCs. He has 8 issued patents in the areas of MPLS recovery, high-speed router architectures, switch scheduling, optical routing, and the IP control of multi-layer networks. <br> He has developed and delivered advanced industry workshops, keynotes, and lectures on IP network design and QoS, IP traffic engineering practices and principles, modern IP Virtual Private Networks, and Metro/Carrier Ethernet network design best-practices. Together with his team, he has provided inputs to operator customers on 4 continents, in areas such as network design and planning, IP services evolution, metro/core network design, & wireless backhaul technologies, and prior customers have included ETSA Telecom, Australia, AT&T/SBC, MTNL, Reliance, France Telecom/Orange, and Covad, among others. He delivered a well-received keynote at SANOG9 in Colombo, SriLanka titled "Network Planning and Design: An Art or a Science?". <br> He serves on the Scientific Committee of the MPLS & Ethernet World Congress, a premier gathering for IP/MPLS practitioners, and has Chaired it's signature debate for several years, and is on the Committees of FutureNet, iPOP, and a number of international conferences. He has been a Guest Editor of 4 Feature Topic Issues of the IEEE Communications Mag. (IEEE's most widely-read journal, going to over 50,000+ professionals) on: OAM in MPLS networks, inter-provider QoS, advances in IP VPNs, and next-generation Carrier Ethernet transport. <br> He earned his B. Tech (EE'91) from IIT Kanpur, and MS (Signals & Systems'93), MS (Computer Engineering'93), and Ph.D. (ECE'97), from UC Santa Barbara. <br> More details can be found at http://www.metanoia-inc.com/company/our_team.html, and he can be reached at v.sharma@ieee.org.
Panelists:

Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden

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.

Dave Wang, Wandl

Dave Wang is the President and one of the founders of WANDL, Inc., where he has been a major contributor to the design and development of the product suites through the course of working closely with global Tier 1 Service Providers and Carriers. Prior to this, he worked at AT&T Bell Laboratories and Bellcore. Dave holds a B.S. in mathematics from National Taiwan University and a Ph.D. in mathematics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Duke Fisher, Verizon Business

Duke has worked for Verizon since 1997 and is the lead engineer for their Traffic Engineering team. He works with Verizon's enterprise networks providing data services to government and corporate customers. Duke's focus is on the network design, modeling, and traffic engineering of Verizon's global backbone network.

Thomas Lundstrom, Qwest

Thomas Lundstrom - Staff Engineer at Qwest Communications<BR> <BR> Tom has worked at Qwest Communications (now Century Link) since 2000 and is one of the organization's innovators in backbone planning and design, traffic forecasting, resiliency assessment, and simulation.
Abstract: The Panel will consist of Capacity Planning tool Users and Vendors.
Files: pdfFisher(PDF)
pdfLundstrom-Cap-Plan-Panel-Qwest(PDF)
wmvPanel - Capacity Planning Panel(WMV)
Sponsors: None.
Dawn of the Terabit Age: Scaling Optical Capacity to Meet Internet Demand
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-15 11:00am - 11:30am
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Drew Perkins, Infinera

Drew Perkins, Chief Technology Officer, Infinera<BR> Drew Perkins is a serial entrepreneur and has been at the forefront of Internet technology innovation for nearly three decades. While a computer engineering student at Carnegie-Mellon University, Mr. Perkins was the lead author of the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), a technology that provided for the use of the Internet via the circuit-switched telephone system. This protocol enabled the early growth of the Internet. During the mid-1990s, Mr. Perkins served in various senior engineering and management roles at FORE Systems, an innovator in packet-switched Internet technology. In 1998, Mr. Perkins was co-founder of Lightera Networks, a developer of optical switching systems for telecom networks that was acquired by Ciena for more than \$500 million. In 2000, Mr. Perkins co-founded metropolitan service provider OnFiber Communications, later acquired by Qwest for more than \$100 million. In 2001, Mr. Perkins co-founded Infinera Corporation, a vertically integrated optical networking startup that developed the world's first large-scale photonic integrated circuits (PICs) and a family of optical networking system products implementing a digital optical architecture based on the capabilities of Infinera's PICs. Infinera has been traded on Nasdaq since their 2007 IPO. Mr. Perkins has also held various roles in industry standards bodies and research organizations including the IETF, IEEE, OIF, and Internet2.<BR> Mr. Perkins holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University, where he has also endowed a professorship, the Drew D. Perkins Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Abstract: Infinera CTO Drew Perkins will discuss the technology requirements for next generation Terabit optical networks, considering what needs to change in DWDM technology as we approach the Terabit age, both as a unit of operational transport capacity, and as a client interface. With 100 Gigabit optical and Ethernet technologies already being deployed in networks worldwide, how quickly do we need to move on to the next data rate, and what should that data rate be? In this session, Drew will offer insights and opinions on issues regarding the industry's next capacity threshold, including photonic and electronic components such as PICs, ASICs and switching technology.
Files: wmvDawn of the Terabit Age - Scaling Optical Capacity to Meet Internet De(WMV)
pdfperkins-ScalingOpticalCapacitytoMeetInternetDemand(PDF)
Sponsors: None.
APAC Submarine Cables and their impact to IP Backbone Design
Meeting: NANOG52
Date / Time: 2011-06-15 11:30am - 12:00pm
This item is webcast
Room: Grand Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Richard Kahn, Pacnet

Richard Kahn is a Technical Director at Pacnet North America, where his main roles are the operational management of the regional Pre / Post Sales Network Engineering Team. With more than 11 years in the Telecommunications Engineering field, his experience ranges from network solution design, architecture planning, product development, project management and implementation. Prior to joining Pacnet in 2006, Richard was on the International Network Design team at MCI/Verizon and Network Systems Engineering teams at BT Infonet. Richard holds an MS degree in Telecommunications from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and a BS degree from Rutgers University (College of Engineering) in Computer Engineering & Economics.
Abstract: Geographical limitations of the Asia Pacific region drive the dependency on submarine cables systems to provide both inter and intra regional cross-border connectivity. Factors that impact the design, reliability, outage susceptibility, and repair schedules of these systems have downstream affects on the networks reliant on their availability. What are these factors and what steps can be taken to help mitigate risk.
Files: wmvAPAC Submarine Cables and their Impact to IP Backbone Design(WMV)
pdfkahn-APAC Submarine Cables and their Impact to IP Backbone Design v3(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

Back to NANOG52 agenda.

NANOG52 Abstracts

  • NOGLab
    Sponsors A10 Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, ARRIS, and Comcast.
  • Opening Remarks
    Speakers:
    David MeyerCisco/UO and Chair, NANOG Program Committee; .
    James TindallAlcatel-Lucent; .
  • Opening Remarks
    Speakers:
    David MeyerCisco/UO and Chair, NANOG Program Committee; .
    James TindallAlcatel-Lucent; .
  • World IPv6 Day Experiences
    Moderators:
    Phil RobertsInternet Society; .
    Panelists:
    Igor GashinskyYahoo!; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    John BrzozowskiComcast; .
    Jon WoolwineCisco; .
  • World IPv6 Day Experiences
    Moderators:
    Phil RobertsInternet Society; .
    Panelists:
    Igor GashinskyYahoo!; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    John BrzozowskiComcast; .
    Jon WoolwineCisco; .
  • World IPv6 Day Experiences
    Moderators:
    Phil RobertsInternet Society; .
    Panelists:
    Igor GashinskyYahoo!; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    John BrzozowskiComcast; .
    Jon WoolwineCisco; .
  • World IPv6 Day Experiences
    Moderators:
    Phil RobertsInternet Society; .
    Panelists:
    Igor GashinskyYahoo!; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    John BrzozowskiComcast; .
    Jon WoolwineCisco; .
  • World IPv6 Day Experiences
    Moderators:
    Phil RobertsInternet Society; .
    Panelists:
    Igor GashinskyYahoo!; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    John BrzozowskiComcast; .
    Jon WoolwineCisco; .
  • NOGLab
    Sponsors A10 Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, ARRIS, and Comcast.
  • NOGLab
    Sponsors A10 Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, ARRIS, and Comcast.
  • Track: ARMD
    Speakers:
    Benson SchliesserCisco Systems, Inc.; .
  • Capacity Planning Panel
    Moderators:
    Vishal Sharma, Metanoia; Panelists:
    Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden; Dave Wang, Wandl; Duke Fisher, Verizon Business; Thomas Lundstrom, Qwest;
  • Capacity Planning Panel
    Moderators:
    Vishal Sharma, Metanoia; Panelists:
    Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden; Dave Wang, Wandl; Duke Fisher, Verizon Business; Thomas Lundstrom, Qwest;
  • Capacity Planning Panel
    Moderators:
    Vishal Sharma, Metanoia; Panelists:
    Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden; Dave Wang, Wandl; Duke Fisher, Verizon Business; Thomas Lundstrom, Qwest;
  • Capacity Planning Panel
    Moderators:
    Vishal Sharma, Metanoia; Panelists:
    Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden; Dave Wang, Wandl; Duke Fisher, Verizon Business; Thomas Lundstrom, Qwest;
  • Capacity Planning Panel
    Moderators:
    Vishal Sharma, Metanoia; Panelists:
    Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden; Dave Wang, Wandl; Duke Fisher, Verizon Business; Thomas Lundstrom, Qwest;

 

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