NANOG 38 - Prelliminary Agenda

Here's a very preliminary agenda for NANOG 38, October 8-10
in St. Louis.

See for more details.

Also, a reminder that the early registration discount
expires this Friday, September 15, and the hotel room block
expires on Friday, September 22.

See you in St. Louis!

  Steve Feldman
  PC CHair

NANOG 38 - Preliminary Agenda (subject to change)

Sunday, October 8

1:30 PM - 5:00 PM: Tutorials

   - BGP Multihoming Techniques - Philip Smith
   - Disaster Recovery and Global Site Load Balancing For
     Distributed Data Center Applications - Zeeshan Naseh, Cisco

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: NANOG community meeting

Monday, October 9

9:00 AM - 12:30 PM: Plenary I

  - Opening Remarks

  - How to Monitor SONET, TDM and Optical Transmission Devices
    Using TL1 and SMNP Monitoring Tools - Rachel K. Bicknell

  - Multi-Provider Ethernet Service Delivery - Ananda Rajagopal
    Foundry Networks

  - Peering Dragnet: Examining BGP routes received from peers -
    Tom Scholl, AT&T Labs, Aman Shaikh, AT&T Labs

  - Maximum-Prefix Tripping: The side effects of leaking on
    the Internet - Tom Scholl, AT&T Labs

  - Deployment Experience With BGP Flow Specification -
    Raul Lozano and Derek Gassen (Time Warner Telecom),
    Danny McPherson and Craig labovitz (Arbor Networks)

2:00 PM - 5:30 PM: BOFs

  - Peering BOF XIII - Bill Norton, moderator
  - ISP Security BOF - Danny McPherson, Arbor Networks, moderator

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: Beer and Gear

7:30 PM - 10:30 PM: Informal BOFs

  - A meeting room will be made availble for informal BOFs
    on Monday evening. Signups will be taken on-site.

Tuesday, October 10

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Plenary II

  - PHAS: A Prefix Hijack Alert System - Mohit Lad & Lixia Zhang
    (UCLA), Yan Chen & Dan Massey (Colorado State University),
    Beichuan Zhang (University of Arizona)

  - Securing SIP: Scalable Mechanisms For Protecting SIP-Based -
    Dan McBride, CloudShield; Somdutt B. Patnaik, Eilon Yardeni,
    and Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University; Gaston Ormazabal,
    Verizon Labs; David Helms, CloudShield Technologies

  - Resarch Forum:
     - Revealing Botnet Membership Using DNSBL Counter-Intelligence -
       Nick Feamster, Georgia Tech

     - Analyzing the Impact of Major Social Events on Internet eXchange
       Traffic - Yukiyasu Tarui, Internet Multifeeed Co. / JPNAP

  - Lightning Talks!

1:30 PM - 5:00 PM: Plenary III

  - PANEL: Pragmatismv6: a grown-up, critical examination of IPv6 -
    Todd Underwood (moderator), Daniel Golding, Jason Schiller,
    David Meyer

  - The NetIO stack in Windows Vista: Functionality and Deployment -
    Abolade Gbadegesin

  - Serious Progress on X.509 Certification of RIR Resource
    Allocations - Randy Bush, IIJ

  - Closing Remarks

Various times:

  - PGP Key Signing - Joe Abley