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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

What Does NANOG Want the IETF to Do?
Meeting: NANOG31
Date / Time: 2004-05-24 9:00pm - 10:30pm
Room: Georgian
Presenters: Moderators:

Harald Alvestrand, Cisco Systems

Harald Alvestrand was born in Norway in 1959, and graduated from the Norwegian Institute of Technology in 1984. He has worked for Norsk Data, UNINETT (the University Network of Norway), EDB Maxware and, since 2000, for Cisco Systems. His current title is Cisco Fellow. Harald has been active in Internet standardization since 1991, and has written a number of RFCs. He has been an area director of Applications and of Operations & Management in the IETF, as well as a member of the IAB, and is currently serving as IETF Chair.

Alex Zinin, Alcatel

Alex Zinin currently works at Alcatel as a Principle Engineer in the Office of the CTO NA, helping the company with IP routing. Before Alcatel, Alex worked for Nexsi as a routing software architect, and for Cisco as a routing escalation engineer in the ISP team, helping US service providers. Before Cisco, he worked as a consulting engineer and instructor at AMT Group, Russia, and as a lead engineer at Center Group, Russia. Alex has been active in the IETF since mid-90\'s, with a primary focus on routing, and has authored several RFCs. Since 2002, Alex has been working as the IETF Routing Area co-Director. He was also a co-director of the Sub-IP area.
Abstract: The Internet Engineering Task Force is making standards for the Internet. It is not always clear that these standards are improving the situation for those who run the Internet infrastructure. This session gives you a chance to tell some of the people who run the IETF what you would like to see the IETF do in order to make the Internet work better.
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.

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NANOG31 Abstracts

  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .
  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .
  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .
  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .
  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .

 

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