Md Abdullah Al Naser

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Naser is a professional IP network enthusiast with extensive experience working in large ISPs, telecoms, and enterprise network infrastructures. He specializes in planning and designing complex network solutions for both service providers and corporate networks, with expertise in advanced routing protocols such as OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP, as well as IPv6 and MPLS. Alongside his profession, Naser is also involved in technical writing and providing technical training within his capacity.

Jethro Tambeana

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Jethro worked as a Network Engineer for over 17 years. He began his carrier with the local ISP Telecom Vanuatu Ltd as Network Administrator and later joined OGCIO to work as Network Manager for the Vanuatu eGov Network. He also was part of the initial setup and operation of the local IXP, Vanuatu Internet Exchange, and still provides technical support to the IXP to this day. Jethro now works as a network consultant and shares his knowledge as a retained community trainer for APNIC.

Sourav Satpathy

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Sourav Satpathy works at ACT Fibernet as Manager (IP Networks), taking care of core network operations, as well as being the Peering lead, responsible for handling CDN & Peering Interconnect deployments and capacity planning. 

Sourav comes with more than 4 years of experience in networking with core expertise in BGP, IPv6, Internet Routing Security, NAT, Network Security and experience with multi-vendor platforms.

Sourav shares his knowledge as a volunteer Community Trainer.

Internet Transit, Peering and the Variants

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Overview

Fundamentals of Internet transit, peering and IXPs (Internet exchange points) as well as different variants. Various scenarios including connecting to transit providers and IXPs will be covered, along with pros and cons. It will be a high level talk without going too deep into technical details, hence suitable for technical/product/business managers in addition to Internet/network/system engineers in the industry.

Outline

This course will cover the following topics:

  • Internet Transit, Peering and IXPs
  • The Variants
  • Various Scenarios of Connecting to Internet
  • Tips of Acquiring Different Options

Course Materials

Automating and Securing Route Servers with IXP Manager

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Overview

IXP Manager is the most trusted IXP platform worldwide, powering almost 200 exchanges today. It’s also free and open source. Route servers are essential IXP infrastructure and one of IXP Manager’s central features is the generation of a MANRS-compliant configuration, supporting both IRRDB and RPKI filtering and a built in looking glass. In this course, we will look at deploying a route server using IXP Manager supporting all the features mentioned.

Outline

This course will cover the following topics:

  • How to add basic data objects (facilities, racks, switches, IP addresses);
  • How to add members and member interfaces for use with the route server;
  • How to add a route server within IXP Manager and an explanation of the various options;
  • Installation of Bird, an RPKI validator and managing IRRDB entries;
  • Use of IXP Manager’s configuration to export a route server configuration and how to use that with Bird.

Course Materials

Barry O’Donovan

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As an internet infrastructure specialist, Barry has extensive experience designing, building and managing critical network and server infrastructure for small service providers to large scale national ISPs.

Barry began providing services to INEX, the IXP for the island of Ireland, in 2008 where he is part of the management team and the operations team.

Barry is also the project manager and lead developer of IXP Manager – a full stack management system for IXPs which includes an administration and customer portal; provides end-to-end provisioning; and both teaches and implements best practice. He is also heavily involved with Euro-IX, creating software and best practices for IXPs.

চে-হু চেং

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চে-হু ২০১৭ সালের এপ্রিলে APNIC-এ যোগদান করেছিলেন। APNIC এ তার বর্তমান দায়িত্বগুলির মধ্যে রয়েছে প্রশিক্ষণ, প্রযুক্তিগত সহায়তা, সুরক্ষা আউটরিচ, অবকাঠামো পরিসেবা এবং প্রযুক্তিগত কমিউনিটি সমর্থন।

APNIC-এর আগে চে-হু হংকং ইন্টারনেট এক্সচেঞ্জের (HKIX) এবং হংকংয়ের চীনা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের (CUHK) তথ্য-প্রযুক্তি অবকাঠামোর দায়িত্বে ছিলেন। তিনি ত্রিশ বছরেরও বেশি সময় ধরে ইন্টারনেট এবং তথ্যপ্রযুক্তি অবকাঠামো সম্পর্কে অভিজ্ঞতা সঞ্চয় করেছেন APNIC এক্সিকিউটিভ কাউন্সিল, ASIA TLD (উচ্চ পর্যায়ের ডোমেইন) এপ্লিকেশন, .ASIA বোর্ড, Level 3 Asia, FLAG Telecom Asia, APIX, .HK, হংকং একাডেমিক এবং রিসার্স নেটওয়ার্ক (HARNET), HKISPA, ISOC-HK, HKNOG, APRICOT-APAN ২০১১ হংকংয়ে এবং APAN 42 হংকংয়ে সেবা দানের মাধ্যমে।

IXP সমূহ পরিচলনার মডেল

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পর্যালোচনা

এই কোর্সে পিয়ারিং এর উদ্দেশ্য এবং ইন্টারনেট এক্সচেঞ্জ পয়েন্ট বা IXP সমূহের সুবিধাবলী এবং IXP নেটওয়ার্ক ডিজাইন এবং পরিচালনার পাশাপাশি IXP এর জন্য পরিচালনা/ব্যবসা/নিয়ন্ত্রণ মডেল বিষয়ক আলোচনা করা হবে।

রূপরেখা

এই কোর্সে নিম্নোক্ত বিষয়গুলো আলোচনা করা হবেঃ

  • পিয়ারিং এর উদ্দেশ্য এবং IXP এর সুবিধাবলী
  • IXP নেটওয়ার্ক ডিজাইন এবং পরিচালনা
  • IXPs এর পরিচালনা/ব্যবসা/নিয়ন্ত্রণ মডেল

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