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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Peering BOF XVII
Meeting: NANOG41
Date / Time: 2007-10-15 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Room: Enchantment A-D
Presenters: Speakers:

William B. Norton, Equinix

William B. Norton is Co-Founder and Chief Technical Liaison for Equinix. He focuses on research on large-scale interconnection and ISP peering, and in particular, scaling Internet operations using optical networking. Bill has published and presented his research in a variety of international forums. From 1987 to 1998, he served in several staff and managerial roles at Merit Network, directing national and international network research and operations activities and serving as NANOG coordinator. Bill received a B.A. in Computer Science and an M.B.A. from the Business School at the University of Michigan, and has been an active member of the Internet Engineering Task Force for the past 15 years.
Abstract: This 90 minute slot pulls the peering community together \"in the round\" for a discussion of the top issues or pain points that we all face. From the perennial discussion of peering vs. transit to the capacity issues thwarted by the lack of standards for hi bandwidth pipes, this interactive session will solicit ideas and experiences from the group collective and document them for the broader community.


  • Transit Survey Results - jzp
    - 10 min

    At the last Peering BOF XVI Joe collected some data points from the
    community, so in this time he will share back what he learned.

  • 40G/100G Standardization
    Update
    - Greg Hankins - 10 minutes

    Lots has changed and some vendor(s) have decided to implement both.

  • Best Current Practices for
    BGP Filtering - Eric Bell - 10 minutes

    Everyone talks about BGP Filtering, but what are the best current
    practices?

  • The Value of the Peering
    Community Network - Peter Cohen - 5 min

    The value of peering is proportional to how much traffic you can pass, but
    what is the value of the peering network (the peering community itself)?

  • href=\"presentations/repstein-peeringdb.pdf\">Peeringdb.com Update -
    Randy - 5 min

    A brief update on this valuable shared resource.

  • Debate: Assume
    peeringCost=transitCost - 20 min

    If peering and transit are the same cost, does peering make sense?

    We need to find two volunteers to present the strongest arguments on each
    side for this debate. (We can modify the debate question as the debaters
    are selected. Another form of the question for example, does the Peering
    BOF make sense anymore; is all the peering among friends already done?)

    Pro: Go the peering/transit route, Con: only buy transit

    < Debaters TBD >

  • Peering Personals - Meet 6
    new peers and 2 old ones - 20 min - All

    Part of the value of being in the same room is the chance to meet
    potential peers, so we set aside time for a few people to stand up and
    introduce themselves. If you are interested in doing this, send an email
    to Bill Norton with
    Subject: "Peering Personals at NANOG Peering BOF XVI". I will
    pick a handful of these volunteers.

    1) Bob Bosco - Highwinds Networking Group - AS 12989

    2) Richard Berroa - MySpace - 33739

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    4) <- To request a peering personals slot, send email to Bill.Norton at
    gmail.com with Subject: Peering Personals at NANOG ->

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Files: pdf40G/100G Standardization Update(PDF)
pdfPeeringdb.com Update(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

Back to NANOG41 agenda.

NANOG41 Abstracts

  • Community Meeting
    Speakers:
    Joe AbleyNone; .
    Steve FeldmanNone; .
    Martin HanniganNone; .
    Betty BurkeNone; .
    Jason RussellNone; .
    Larry BlunkNone; .
  • Community Meeting
    Speakers:
    Joe AbleyNone; .
    Steve FeldmanNone; .
    Martin HanniganNone; .
    Betty BurkeNone; .
    Jason RussellNone; .
    Larry BlunkNone; .
  • Community Meeting
    Speakers:
    Joe AbleyNone; .
    Steve FeldmanNone; .
    Martin HanniganNone; .
    Betty BurkeNone; .
    Jason RussellNone; .
    Larry BlunkNone; .
  • Community Meeting
    Speakers:
    Joe AbleyNone; .
    Steve FeldmanNone; .
    Martin HanniganNone; .
    Betty BurkeNone; .
    Jason RussellNone; .
    Larry BlunkNone; .
  • Community Meeting
    Speakers:
    Joe AbleyNone; .
    Steve FeldmanNone; .
    Martin HanniganNone; .
    Betty BurkeNone; .
    Jason RussellNone; .
    Larry BlunkNone; .
  • Community Meeting
    Speakers:
    Joe AbleyNone; .
    Steve FeldmanNone; .
    Martin HanniganNone; .
    Betty BurkeNone; .
    Jason RussellNone; .
    Larry BlunkNone; .
  • Optical Panel
    Moderators:
    Ted SeelySprint; .
    Panelists:
    Drew Perkins, Infinera; Ross Saunders, Stratalight; Gary NichollCisco Systems; .
  • Optical Panel
    Moderators:
    Ted SeelySprint; .
    Panelists:
    Drew Perkins, Infinera; Ross Saunders, Stratalight; Gary NichollCisco Systems; .
  • Optical Panel
    Moderators:
    Ted SeelySprint; .
    Panelists:
    Drew Perkins, Infinera; Ross Saunders, Stratalight; Gary NichollCisco Systems; .
  • Optical Panel
    Moderators:
    Ted SeelySprint; .
    Panelists:
    Drew Perkins, Infinera; Ross Saunders, Stratalight; Gary NichollCisco Systems; .
  • ISP Security
    Moderators:
    Sean Donelan, Akamai Technologies; John Kristoff, Neustar Ultra Services;
  • ISP Security
    Moderators:
    Sean Donelan, Akamai Technologies; John Kristoff, Neustar Ultra Services;
  • TEOTWAWKI: The end of the world, as we know it
    Moderators:
    Cathy Aronson, Daydream Imaging; Leo Bicknell, ISC; Panelists:
    Dave ConradICANN; .
    Paul Vixie, ARIN BoT/ISC; Jason Schiller, UUNET/Verizon Business; Ron Bonica, Juniper Networks; Mike Leber, Hurricane Electric;
  • TEOTWAWKI: The end of the world, as we know it
    Moderators:
    Cathy Aronson, Daydream Imaging; Leo Bicknell, ISC; Panelists:
    Dave ConradICANN; .
    Paul Vixie, ARIN BoT/ISC; Jason Schiller, UUNET/Verizon Business; Ron Bonica, Juniper Networks; Mike Leber, Hurricane Electric;
  • TEOTWAWKI: The end of the world, as we know it
    Moderators:
    Cathy Aronson, Daydream Imaging; Leo Bicknell, ISC; Panelists:
    Dave ConradICANN; .
    Paul Vixie, ARIN BoT/ISC; Jason Schiller, UUNET/Verizon Business; Ron Bonica, Juniper Networks; Mike Leber, Hurricane Electric;
  • TEOTWAWKI: The end of the world, as we know it
    Moderators:
    Cathy Aronson, Daydream Imaging; Leo Bicknell, ISC; Panelists:
    Dave ConradICANN; .
    Paul Vixie, ARIN BoT/ISC; Jason Schiller, UUNET/Verizon Business; Ron Bonica, Juniper Networks; Mike Leber, Hurricane Electric;
  • TEOTWAWKI: The end of the world, as we know it
    Moderators:
    Cathy Aronson, Daydream Imaging; Leo Bicknell, ISC; Panelists:
    Dave ConradICANN; .
    Paul Vixie, ARIN BoT/ISC; Jason Schiller, UUNET/Verizon Business; Ron Bonica, Juniper Networks; Mike Leber, Hurricane Electric;
  • TEOTWAWKI: The end of the world, as we know it
    Moderators:
    Cathy Aronson, Daydream Imaging; Leo Bicknell, ISC; Panelists:
    Dave ConradICANN; .
    Paul Vixie, ARIN BoT/ISC; Jason Schiller, UUNET/Verizon Business; Ron Bonica, Juniper Networks; Mike Leber, Hurricane Electric;
  • TEOTWAWKI: The end of the world, as we know it
    Moderators:
    Cathy Aronson, Daydream Imaging; Leo Bicknell, ISC; Panelists:
    Dave ConradICANN; .
    Paul Vixie, ARIN BoT/ISC; Jason Schiller, UUNET/Verizon Business; Ron Bonica, Juniper Networks; Mike Leber, Hurricane Electric;

 

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