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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Panel: Watching Your Router Configurations and Detecting Those Exciting Little Changes
Meeting: NANOG29
Date / Time: 2003-10-20 11:00am - 11:45am
Room: Salons A-E
Presenters: Moderators:

Randy Bush, IIJ

Randy Bush works as Principal Scientist at Internet Initiative Japan. Previously he spent a bit over a year at AT&T doing research and working on network architecture. He got some operational experience from being on the founding team at Verio, a backbone provider, from which he graduated as VP of Networking after five years. Before that, he was the principal engineer of RAINet, an ISP in Oregon and Washington, which was Verio\'s first acquisition. Randy is currently a member of the IESG, serving as co-chair of the IETF Operations and Management Area, mainly covering the operations area. As PI for the Network Startup Resource Center, an NSF-supported pro bono effort, he has been involved for some years with the deployment and integration of appropriate networking technology in the developing world.

Henry Kilmer, Terrapin Communications

You can view Henry Kilmer\'s slides at: <A HREF=\"http://www.shrubbery.net/rancid/NANOG29/\">http://www.shrubbery.net/rancid/NANOG29/</A>
John Heasley, Verio.
Danny McPherson, Arbor Networks.
Abstract: Network catastrophes are as easy as paste-o\'s. Recovery should be as well, and is, if operators have adequate network documentation and monitoring.

Whether it be hardware cooked to a golden brown, undesired or malicious configuration help, naughty s/w upgrades, or automation gone biblical, a hardware and software configuration repository and audit trail are essential to timely recovery.

We will present tools that make this, plus more, possible.
Files: pdfDanny McPherson Panel Presentation(PDF)
youtubePanel: Watching Your Router Configurations and Detecting Those Exciting Little Changes
Sponsors: None.

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