NANOG 38: Call for Presentations - Oct 8-10 2006 - St. Louis, MO

The North American Network Operators' Group (NANOG) will hold its
38th meeting October 8-10, 2006, in St. Louis, Missouri.

The meeting will be co-hosted by Savvis and Washington University
in St. Louis. This will be NANOG's fifth joint meeting with ARIN,
the American Registry for Internet Numbers. NANOG will meet from
Sunday to Tuesday, and ARIN from Wednesday to Friday, October 11-13.
NANOG registration will open in August.

NANOG conferences provide a forum for information exchange among
network operators, engineers, and researchers. Meetings are held
three times each year, and include panels, presentations, tutorial
sessions, and BOFs.

NANOG solicits presentations highlighting issues relating to
technology already deployed or soon to be deployed in the Internet.
The NANOG community is invited to attend and participate in this
forum, which offers numerous opportunities to share ideas, explore
research and development, and interact with leaders in this important
field of network operations. Vendors are encouraged to work with
operators to present deployment experiences with the vendor's
products and interoperability.

General Session