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Program

Tutorials

Schedule | Outline | Details

Schedule

Monday February 21

time

T1

T3

T4

T5

T6

T7

9:00

APTLD Tech Workshop
[Room I]

Broadcasting & Contents Delivery
[Room J]

Internet Backbone Operations
[Room C-1]

MPLS & Traffic Engineering
[Room C-2]

Enterprise Security
[Room K]

APNIC Tutorial Dynamics of Policy Process
[Room B-1]

10:30

 

           

11:00

APTLD Tech Workshop
[Room I]

Broadcasting & Contents Delivery
[Room J]

Internet Backbone Operations
[Room C-1]

MPLS & Traffic Engineering
[Room C-2]

Enterprise Security
[Room K]

APNIC Tutorial Dynamics of Policy Process
[Room B-1]

12:30

 

T2

         

14:00

Wireless Infra-structure
[Room I]

Broadcasting & Contents Delivery
[Room J]

Internet Backbone Operations
[Room C-1]

MPLS & Traffic Engineering
[Room C-2]

Enterprise Security
[Room K]

APNIC Tutorial Spam Prevention
[Room B-1]

15:30

 

           

16:00

Wireless Infra-structure
[Room I]

Broadcasting & Contents Delivery
[Room J]

Internet Backbone Operations
[Room C-1]

MPLS & Traffic Engineering
[Room C-2]

Enterprise Security
[Room K]

APNIC Tutorial Spam Prevention
[Room B-1]

17:30

Tuesday February 22

time

T8

T9

T10

T11

T12

T13

9:00

Broadband Network Design
[Room C-1]

Design and Construction of Local and Regional Exchange Facilities
[Room G]

Enterprise IPv6 Transition
[Room I]

DNS Operations
[Room J]

Internet Telephony
[Room K]

APNIC Tutorial Security Strategy
[Room 510]

10:00

 

           

11:00

Broadband Network Design
[Room C-1]

Design and Construction of Local and Regional Exchange Facilities
[Room G]

Enterprise IPv6 Transition
[Room I]

DNS Operations
[Room J]

Internet Telephony
[Room K]

APNIC Tutorial Security Strategy
[Room 510]

12:00

 

           

14:00

Broadband Network Design
[Room C-1]

Design and Construction of Local and Regional Exchange Facilities
[Room G]

Enterprise IPv6 Transition
[Room I]

DNS Operations
[Room J]

Internet Telephony
[Room K]

APNIC Tutorial Security Strategy
[Room 510]

15:00

 

           

16:00

Broadband Network Design
[Room C-1]

Design and Construction of Local and Regional Exchange Facilities
[Room G]

Enterprise IPv6 Transition
[Room I]

DNS Operations
[Room J]

Internet Telephony
[Room K]

APNIC Tutorial Security Strategy
[Room 510]

17:30

             

16:00

         

APNIC
Internet Governance

[Room B-1]

17:30

Schedule | Outline | Details

Outline

Dates:

21-22 February 9:00-17:30

Language:

English

Registration Fee (one full-day tutorial):

Early Bird (to 26 January 2005)

General Participant

APNIC Member

12,000 JPY

9,000 JPY

approx. 105 USD

approx. 80 USD

Standard + Onsite (27 January 2005 - on site)

General Participant

APNIC Member

15,000 JPY

11,500 JPY

approx. 130 USD

approx. 100 USD

Tutorial Fee (full-day) Includes:

tutorial materials

 

two coffee breaks

 

tutorial lunch

 

access to BoF sessions

 

access to demo area

 

Registration Fee (one half-day tutorial):

Early Bird (to 26 January 2005)

General Participant

APNIC Member

6,000 JPY

4,500 JPY

approx. 55 USD

approx. 40 USD

Standard + Onsite (27 January 2005 - on site)

General Participant

APNIC Member

7,500 JPY

5,500 JPY

approx. 65 USD

approx. 50 USD

Tutorial Fee (half-day) Includes:

tutorial materials

 

one coffee break

 

access to BoF sessions

 

access to demo area

 

Schedule | Outline | Details

Tutorial Details

Monday, 21 February

T1 APLTD Technical Tutorial (half-day 9:00-12:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

A technical forum where ccTLDs in the Asia Pacific region analyze and share DNS and relevant technical issues encountered in managing their Country Code Top Level Domains. This workshop will basically be conducted by case studies.

T1-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

Basics of DNS

Session Description:

Tutorial for ccTLD manager, containing basic function of DNS and its management. This session covers basics from both technical and political viewpoints, issues lately arising in the industry are also covered.

Session Instructor:

presentation (386KB)

Ms. Pensri Arunwatanamongkol, intERLab
Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok

T1-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

CoCCA Registry Software for ccTLDs

Session Description:
  1. Package requirements for deployment of CoCCA Registry Software
  2. Description of features available in CoCCA Registry Software
  3. Demo of the CoCCA Registry Software ( showing all the features of the registrysoftware)
Session Instructor:

presentation (21KB)

Muhammad Aslam
Manager Afghanistan Network Information Center and technical .af ccTLD

T2 Wireless Infrastructure (half-day 14:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Yasuo Okabe
Professor, Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University

T2-1 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

Building Internet Infrastructure Based on IEEE802.11 Wireless LAN Technology

Session Description:

This session will contain a comprehensive discussion of case studies examining the construction of Internet infrastructure based on wireless LAN technologies. Examples to be covered look at the application of high speed handover technology and high speed transportation communications based on wireless LAN and Mobile IP. An introduction will also be provided to the construction of a secure, campus-wide wireless LAN infrastructure, the provision of wireless fixed access service to rural areas and dwellings. Case studies will compare and examine the efficiencies of wireless LAN in each setting introduced.

Session Instructor:

presentation (6.79MB)

Hiroshi Mano, CEO, ROOT Inc.

T2-2 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

Public Wireless Internet - An Introduction to [Miako Net]

Session Description:

This session will cover the overall concept, security provisions, operational technology and three years of working experience of the wide-area public wireless Internet field test project [Miako Net] based in Kyoto. We will introduce the Internet mobile phone [Miako Phone] and wireless Internet broadcasting application [Miako Cast] projects undertaken over this framework. Finally we will look at future being considered for development of the project as a public wireless Internet infrastructre.

Session Instructor:

presentation (1.97MB)

Kenji Fujikawa
Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University

T3 Broadcasting and Contents Delivery (full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Youki Kadobayashi, Ph.D.
Associate Professor Graduate School of Information Science Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)

T3-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

Getting started with DVTS

Session Description:

This session will introduce DVTS (Digital Video Transport System) - a high-quality, low delay network video distribution system. DVTS is an application which transfers DV (Digital Video) over a network. DV video uses a network bandwidth of roughly 30Mbps, tranferring compressed video frames as IP packets. As the technology uses everyday home use DV equipment connected with a IEEE1394 cable to a PC, to allow the transmission of high quality audio and video, it offers an extremely cost effective method of creating a video conferencing system.

This 90 min. session will be comprised of 5 components

  • an intro to high quality network video transmission
  • the development and background of DVTS
  • an outline of the DVTS Consortium and the packaging of DVTS
  • the marriage of the Internet and DVTS
  • DVTS field tests

Attendees will be introduced to the possibilities of DVTS as a video transmission tool - understanding the methods and importance of building an Internet based high quality video transmission architecture.

Session Instructor:

presentation (1.03MB)

Kazunori Sugiura
Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Media and Governance, Keio University

T3-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

SOI-Asia - The Development and Operation of a Shared Infrastucture for Highschool Education in Asia

Session Description:

SOI-Asia began operation in 2000 as a project aimed at establishing an Internet-based cooperative education infrastructure in the Asia region. Currently, the project is using a one-way transmission satellite communications Intenet infrastructure within 11 countries and 17 oragnaizations in the Asia region. On this platform, SOI is providing real time University lectures and continuous cooperation in archiving and mirroring of high school education content.

This session will examine the dispersion of a wide area Internet to the Asian region - a region with severe gaps in standard of living. We will focus on speed and mulitilateral cooperation in delivery of education over an Internet infrstructure as strengths of the SOI Project while outlining the technology, operations and future development of the venture.

Session Instructor:

presentation (1.65MB)

Keiko Okawa
Assistant Prof., Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University

T3-3 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

A Next Generation Internet-based International Collaboration Research Project

Session Description:

In 2002 Japan and Korea were linked by submarine fibre cable marking the operational start of a high speed Internet link and the beginning of a number of collaborative projects betwen the two nations. High quality multimedia data transmission, medical education, educational exchanges between high school and graduate students in the two nations are a few of the respresentative projects ongoing. At the outset of the project it was thought that the use of submarine fibre itself to establish an international high speed Internet link would be the main obstacle to success. It was learned through various trials however that there were numerous technical issues and an equal number of non-technical issues to overcome.

This session will look at this next generation international collboration project - examining operational technology and introducing an overview of our two years of experience.

Session Instructor:

presentation (1.89MB)

Dr. Koji Okamura
Associate Professor, Computer and Communications Center
Kyushu University Associate Professor, Kyushu University

T3-4 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

Contents Distribution Technology (tentative)

Session Description:

An examination of legacy contents distribution technology (streaming etc.)

Session Instructor:

TBD

T4 Internet Backbone Operations (full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Akinori Maemura

The architecture and operation of the Internet backbone network requires a variety of technologies. Among those the understanding and management of BGP (Border Gateway Protocol), vital to connections to neighbouring service providers, high availability, and traffic matrix are taken up within this tutorial.

T4-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

BGP Deployment for Service Providers

Session Description:
Session Instructor:

presentation (383KB)

Philip Smith
Cisco Systems

T4-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

BGP Best Current Practices and Troubleshooting Techniques for Service Providers

Session Description:
Session Instructor:

presentation (474KB)

Philip Smith
Cisco Systems

T4-3 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

High Availability in Routed Networks

Session Description:

The IP networking industry is requiring greater reliability from its networks and equipment as it seeks to accommodate TDM-based services. This session will introduce participants to the methods and technologies of 99.999% reliability in routed networks.

Session Instructor:

presentation (3.05MB)

Matt Kolon
Senior Technical Solutions Manager, Juniper Networks

T4-4 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

Best Practices for Determining the Traffic Matrix in IP Networks

Session Description:

Knowledge of the amount of traffic between source and destination pairs of a network is crucial to fundamental operational tasks like capacity planning, traffic engineering, and peering management. Router vendors, third parties, and academic researchers, and ingenious network engineers have devised multiple ways of collecting and estimating traffic matrices.

This session presents an overview of applications of traffic matrices and operational experiences with the various approaches including Netflow based methods, mathematical estimation models, and MPLS (both RSVP and LDP) methods. Emphasis will be on practical experiences with each method.

Session Instructor:

presentation (1.58MB)

Thomas Telkamp
Director of Network Consulting
Cariden Technologies, Inc.

Stefan Schnitter
Deutsche Telekom

T5 MPLS & Traffic Engineering (full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Hiroshi Esaki
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
The University of Tokyo

T5-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

MPLS over IP

Session Description:

Introduction to MPLS over IP (45 min.)
There are a number of advancing Internet Drafts within the IETF describing methods for encapsulating MPLS over IP networks. These include MPLS over IP, MPLS over GRE, MPLS over L2TPv3, MPLS over IPsec, and various combinations of each. This presentation will give an overview of the various options available, The tradeoffs of each, and how they can be used to complement an MPLS or IP core network.

MPLS InterDomain Traffic Engineering (45 min.)
MPLS Traffic Engineering has emerged as a widely-deployed and effective tool for managing flows of traffic inside ISP networks. To improve the management of traffic crossing IGP areas or AS boundaries, service providers may wish to implement Inter-area traffic engineering, which transcends the limitations imposed by traditional TE to allow the automated establishment of TE tunnels with explicit qualities across IGP or AS boundaries. This presentation will include an update on the technology for Inter-area TE, a look at the state of the standards progress, and a report on recent deployments and experiments in the area.

Session Instructors:

presentation (1.67MB)

Mark Townsley
Distinguished Engineer, Cisco Systems

presentation (527KB)

Matt Kolon
Senior Technical Solutions Manager, Juniper Networks

T5-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

MPLS - Service Provider Adoption Case Studies

Session Description:

MPLS Technology for ISP Operations (60 min.)

MPLS L2&L3 Deployment Guidelines (30 min.)
This presentation is targeted for organizations that are deploying MPLS Layer 2 and Layer 3-based services. Topics such as traffic engineering, QoS, Any Transport over MPLS, VPLS, OAM, and security will be discussed.

Session Instructors:

presentation (312KB)

Hideo Ishii
Director and Chief Architect, IP Engineering
Asia Netcom

presentation (588KB)

Ikuo Nakagawa
Intec NetCore, Inc.

presentation (2.51MB)

Monique Morrow
CTO Consulting Engineer
Cisco Systems, Inc.

T5-3 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

VPN using MPLS

Session Description:

MPLS L3 VPN (30 min.)
This session explains in depth various tunable variables that affect both the up convergence and down convergence in Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) L3VPN networks. The session provides best practices for parameter tuning for better convergence in MPLS L3VPN networks. The following provider edge-customer edge protocols are covered as part of this presentation: Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), Routing Information Protocol (RIP), and external BGP (eBGP)".

L3 VPN Route Distribution (30 min.)
Presentation offering new protocol enhancements for 2547 based VPN route distribution between PEs as well as between multiple autonomous systems. Analysis of current use of Route Reflection techniques and alternatives to them will also be presented.

L2 VPN (30 min.)
The presentation covers:

  • End to End QOS
  • Deployment Recommendations
  • Management
  • Configurations & Troubleshooting
Session Instructors:

presentation (349KB)

Muhammad Moizuddin
Cisco Systems

presentation (311KB)

Mukhtiar Shaikh
Technical Leader
Cisco Systems

presentation (798KB)

Javed Asghar
Senior Software Engineer
Cisco Systems

T5-4 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

MPLS Operation and Management

Session Description:

OAM & Trouble Shooting (45 min.)
This presentation discusses the IOS embedded tools to help troubleshoot the control and dataplane in MPLS networks. It discusses capabilities such as VRF Aware Ping, Traceroute, in addition to LSP Ping, LSP Trace and VCCV for fault management and diagnosis of network elements.

Bi-directional Forwarding Detection (BFD) (45 min.)
BFD is an IETF draft, timer-based, link detection protocol that brings link and node failure detection in line with today's high-speed transport technologies. BFD is sufficiently abstracted that it may be effectively used over physical media such as ethernet connections, as well as over logical connections such as MPLS LSPs. BFD allows the detection of failures much more quickly than the hello protocols used in routing protocols, and may be integrated into their operation to improve routing, into edge-gateway protocols to improve node link connection (for example, for VoIP gateway connection), for LSP failure detection (to determine LSP endpoint reachability), as well as for other uses.

Session Instructors:

presentation (159KB)

Mukhtiar Shaikh
Cisco Systems

presentation (1.32MB)

Matt Kolon
Senior Technical Solutions Manager
Juniper Networks

T6 Enterprise Security (full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Masahito Yamaga
Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center (JPCERT/CC)

T6-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

Measures in Combating Spam: Local Case Studies

Session Description:

This session will present an overview of the proactive action taken by NISER for the prevention of spam in the Malaysian environment.

Content to be covered includes:

  • statistics on reported incidents in Malaysia concerning spam
  • findings on NISER's initiative on the development of an Anti-spam Framework of Best Practices and Technical Guidelines
  • other initiatives that are being implemented by other agencies in Malaysia and current legislation in place to help prevent this form of cyber crime
Session Instructor:

Zahri Yunos
NISER (National ICT Security & Emergency Response Centre) , Malaysia

T6-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

Implementing Layered Security for the Enterprise

Session Description:

This session will outline issues in securing enterprise networks, including network layer, application layer, and VPN security. Topics to be covered include:

Securing the Router Network

  • Network Security Requirements and solutions
  • Resilience and robustness under attack
  • Securing control (routing and network management)
  • Defending the network from DDOS

Application Level Security

  • Stateful firewalls
  • Deep Inspection
  • Intrusion detection versus intrusion prevention
  • Protocol anomaly detection
  • Highly available security solutions
  • Network management issues

VPN security

  • Security aspects of various VPN approaches
  • Dynamic VPN
  • IPsec vs. SSL/VPN
  • SSL/VPN Implementation
  • Provider Provisioned L3 and L2 VPNs
Session Instructor:

presentation (8.41MB)

Ross Callon
Distinguished Engineer
Juniper Networks

Andy Leung
Juniper Networks

T6-3 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

Creating and Operating a CSIRT (Incident Handling Team) within the Enterprise.

Session Description:

It is not sufficient for enterpises and organizations to limit their security measures to simply establishing a security policy and purchasing security products. Currently there is a visible movement within enterprises and organizations toward establishing a CSIRT within

The organization and viewing internal security operations from a comprehensive point of view.

This session will examine the aims, roles, functions, organizational structures and systems required in establishing a CSIRT within the organization.

Session Instructor:

presentation (4.50MB)

Itsuro Nishimoto
JSOC Chief Director
Little eArth Corporation Co., Ltd. (LAC)

T6-4 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

Security for Large-Scale LAN Design

Session Description:

An introduction of network design and technology to avoid damage from worms and other security incidents based on an actual case study.

Session Instructor:

presentation (2.61MB)

Masakazu Takahashi
Chief Information Officer, Executive Security Analyst
Internet Security Systems K. K.

T7 APNIC Tutorial (full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tuesday, 22 February

T8 Broadband Network Design (full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Seiji Kumagai, Information Services International - Dentsu, Ltd.

The rapid expansion of broadband services continues to open up new possibilities for the Internet. This tutorial focuses on the current situation in China, Korea and Japan, looking at broadband network design and architecture and the applications being developed over that infrastructure. We invite experts from the region to discuss technology and future directions.

T8-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

Broadband Network Design

Session Description:

When we construct a broadband network, the design to consider use is needed. This session explains the actuality of network design based on several concrete case studies.

Session Instructor:

Chair:
Yoichi Sato
NTT Communications

presentation (558KB)

China:
Liu Ying
China Education and Research Network (CERNET) Center

presentation (4.60MB)

Korea:
Byung Chang Kang
Samsung Electronics
Broadband Convergence Network (BcN)

presentation (914KB)

Japan:
Hiroki Muramasu
Network Operations Division, Planning Sec.
Operation Planning Group
SoftbankBB Corp.

T8-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

Video Applications

Session Description:

Video transmission has begun to have a big impact as a broadband application. In this session, we introduce video applications used in China, Korea and Japan, explaining the technology involved and offering a look at next generation applications.

Session Instructor:

Chair:
Hiroshi Nakayama
Asahi Broadcasting Corporation

presentation (1.25MB)

China:
Yan Ma
Professor, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

presentation (399KB)

Korea:
Educational Impact of EBS College Entrance On-line Lectures
Prof. Okhwa Lee
Chungbuk National University

presentation (5.83MB)

Japan:
Editing & Exchanging Digital Video Over the Internet - How's and Why's
Tak Morinobu, NTT Communications

Many TV program productions still use postal services to exchange video materials between studios/post-production studios/tv stations/etc. This kind of existing practice limits studio/production locations, speedy editing, and efficient material exchange between tv stations. Using the un-used bandwidth over the TV station's backbone network, we made a platform for local TV stations to exchange local materials over the network for on-demand/real time material exchange. In this presentation, discussions will be made on the technology and network behind this material exchange platform, and the merits/future views which exist on this platform.

T8-3 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

Broadband Applications

Session Description:

We are all looking for the killer application in a broadband market. There are many examples of applications built on existing technologies. In this session, we introduce broadband applications currently in use in China, Korea and Japan.

Session Instructor:

Chair:
Takeo Yoshida
Fuji Xerox Co.

presentation (2.67MB)

Korea:
Internet Meetings in the Enterprise using Overlay Multicast
Dr. Hyunje Park, Zooinnet

presentation (471KB)

Japan:
DV over IP - Regional Government Use Video Conferencing System
Hisaharu Shimatsu, NextCom K.K.

presentation (1.64MB)

Hiroshi Nakayama
Asahi Broadcasting Corporation

T8-4 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

Developing Standards for Metro Ethernet Networks

Session Description:

Since the emergence of Ethernet Switches and Gigabit Ethernet in the late 1990's, Service Providers have been using these technologies to offer high speed, low cost Ethernet Services to customers desiring connectivity across Metro and Wide Area Networks. The success of these offerings has demanded that there be some standardization of the characteristics of the services and the equipment and network topologies that support them. This paper will describe the implementation agreements developed in the Metro Ethernet Forum to define Ethernet Services, and the projects in the IEEE to standardize the equipment and network architectures that deliver these services.

Session Instructor:

presentation (4.65MB)

Steve Haddock
Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer
Extreme Networks

T9 Design and Construction of Local and Regional Exchange Facilities
(full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Bill Woodcock

T9-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

Design and Construction of Local and Regional Exchange Facilities

Session Description:

This tutorial addresses the questions and issues associated with the formation of local and regional Internet traffic exchange facilities.
When and where are they needed? What are their physical and infrastructural requirements? What business model is most appropriate, and how can you finance the costs? What services should an exchange point provide to its users, and what policies can be established to ward off trouble?

Session Instructor:

presentation (2.02MB)
presentation (29KB)
presentation (29KB)

Bill Woodcock, PCH NET

T9-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

Design and Construction of Local and Regional Exchange Facilities

Session Description:
  1. Determining Need
  2. Selecting Location -- Macro and Micro Analyses
  3. Implications of Operator Density
Session Instructor:

Bill Woodcock, PCH NET

T9-3 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

Design and Construction of Local and Regional Exchange Facilities

Session Description:
  1. Building Management Options
  2. Facilities Planning
  3. Service Offerings
Session Instructor:

Bill Woodcock, PCH NET

T9-4 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

Design and Construction of Local and Regional Exchange Facilities

Session Description:
  1. Business Structure Options
  2. Operational Policies for Success
  3. Case Studies and Q&A
Session Instructor:

Bill Woodcock, PCH NET

T10 Enterprise Network IPv6 Transition and Operation (full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Takashi Arano, Senior Managing Director, CTO, Intec NetCore, Inc.

T10-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

IPv6 Enterprise Network Design and Operation (I)

Session Description:
  • IPv6 Merits and Motivations in Enterprise environments
  • IPv6 Addressing Planning and Assignment
  • IPv6 and DNS
  • IPv6 Routing Protocols
Session Instructor:

Salman Asadullah, Technical Leader, Cisco Systems

Adeel Ahmed, Cisco Systems

T10-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

IPv6 Enterprise Network Design and Operation (II)

Session Description:
  • IPv6 Dual Stack Mechanisms
  • IPv6 Campus Tunneling Mechanisms
  • IPv6 WAN Tunneling Mechanisms
  • IPv6 Translation Mechanisms
Session Instructor:

Salman Asadullah, Technical Leader, Cisco Systems

Adeel Ahmed, Cisco Systems

T10-3 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

IPv6 Enterprise Network Design and Operation (III)

Session Description:
  • IPv6 Enterprise Deployment
  • Campus
  • WAN
  • Remote Access (VPN)
  • IPv6 Enterprise Advanced Deployment
  • Multicast
  • QoS
  • Security
  • Mobility
  • Management
  • IPv6 Enterprise Deployment Case Study
Session Instructor:

Salman Asadullah, Technical Leader, Cisco Systems

Adeel Ahmed, Cisco Systems

T10-4 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

IPv6 Deployment Case Studies

Session Description:
  • IPv6 Deployment Situation in Japanese Enterprise
  • IPv6 Deployment Guideline of IPv6 Promotion Council
  • Case Studies
Session Instructor:

presentation (5.61MB)

Hideki Sakauchi
Business Development Div.
NEC Corporation

T11 DNS Operations (full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Bill Manning

T11-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

eid@dns-moda.org tld Outreach (basic DNS training program)

Session Description:

NSRC describes the core DNS training and development program for DNS operators.

Session Instructor:

presentation (38KB)

Bill Manning

T11-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

MODA (DNS Software Development Assoc.)

Session Description:

Jim Reid will introduce the DNS Manufacturers, Operators & Developers Association, DNS-MODA., describe its goals and opportunities for participation in the future development of the DNS.

Session Instructor:

presentation (123KB)

Jim Reid, MODA

T11-3 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

DNSSEC Impact on Registries

Session Description:

DNS Security, after a long gestation, appears to be technically ready for operational use. The DNSSEC roadmap attempts to identify the interdependencies with other systems that will impact its sucessful deployment.

Session Instructor:

presentation (87KB)

Edward Lewis
Senior Technology Industry Liaison, NeuLevel/NeuStar

Jakob Schlyter

T11-4 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

Operational Experiences - IPv6, ENUM, IDN

Session Description:

Operational experiences with emergent DNS technologies.

Session Instructors:

presentation (533KB)

Yasuhiro Orange Morishita
Japan Registry Service Co., Ltd. (JPRS)

T12 Internet Telephony (full-day 9:00-17:30)

Tutorial Coordinator:

Hiroshi Esaki
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
The University of Tokyo

For a long time, the Internet only accomodated non-realtime text based information. Though, by the amaizing improvement of processing capabilities at the node and the increase of available bandwidth for data transmission, the Internet has started to accomodate both non-text data and realtime communications. VoIP and IP Telephony provides thefollowing possibilities;

(1) replacement of legacy telephone service
(2) internetworking between legacy telephone systems and the Internet

The broadband Internet enable us to use interactive voice and video communications. Already, large number of subscribers are enjoying VoIP service (or IP Telephony service) using various signaling technologies, e.g., H.323/SIP Recently, ENUM has been getting attention as a bridge between a telephone number and Internet Resource address such as H.323/SIP addresses.

In this tutorial, we discuss the basic technologies to build IP Telephony and VoIP systems, and the practical experiences and engineering guides on how to introduce an actual VoIP system both into campus networks and into commercial ISPs.

T12-1 9:00-10:30

Session Title:

SIP/VoIP Technology Part I

Session Description:

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) communication environments are just beginning to be deployed in research and education networks worldwide.

Even with the growing acceptance that SIP will be the signaling protocol of choice, there is still confusion about architectural components, design principals, and best practices. It is necessary for network operators to begin familiarizing themselves with the technical issues surrounding the deployment of SIP based rich communication systems.

The first half of this tutorial provides a technical overview of SIP related activities and covers the following topics:

  1. How SIP works today including an introduction to UA, proxy, registrar and terminology of SIP.
  2. SIP security and Digest, TLS, SRTP, Identity, and S/MIME
  3. NAT/FW traversal
  4. E911 and emergency services
  5. Push to talk and how it effects certain assumptions about signal load
  6. How high reliability SIP telephony systems are being deployed and a number of case studies.
  7. Voice, video and wideband codecs and predictions for what will be widely supported
  8. How mobility is affected / achieved under a SIP model
  9. Issues that need resolving such as SPAM, SPIM, SPIT
  10. Current status of IETF RFCs relating to SIP
Session Instructor:

Charles Smith
Senior Consulting Engineer & Network Architect
Academic Research & Technology Initiatives (ARTI)
Cisco Systems

presentation (3.54MB)

Patrick Falstrom
Cisco Systems

T12-2 11:00-12:30

Session Title:

SIP/VoIP Technology Part II

Session Description:

A continuation of the morning session.

Session Instructor:

Charles Smith
Senior Consulting Engineer & Network Architect
Academic Research & Technology Initiatives (ARTI)
Cisco Systems

presentation (3.54MB)

Patrick Falstrom
Cisco Systems

T12-3 14:00-15:30

Session Title:

ENUM Technology

Session Description:
Session Instructor:

presentation (4.90MB)

Richard Shockey
Senior Manager, Strategic Technology Initiatives
NeuStar Inc.

T12-4 16:00-17:30

Session Title:

Design, Operation and Experience

Session Description:
Session Instructor:

presentation (849KB)

Chair: Hiroshi Esaki
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,
The University of Tokyo

Yoichi Matsumoto
Chief Networkconsultant
Networkconsulting Department
Network Solution Division
NETMARKS INC.

Mitsuteru Watanabe
Solution Development Department
Partner Alliance Business Division
Network Solution Division
NETMARKS INC.

presentation (695KB)

Naotaka Morita
Head Researcher, NTT Service Integretion Lab.

T13 APNIC Tutorial (full-day 9:00-17:30)