Advance BGP Workshop 2019
Date : 8-10 May 2019 (Tentative)
Time : 9:00 -17:30
Course Fee :
- Standard: THB 30,000
- Early bird: THB 25,000
Early-bird registration fees must be paid before or on 10 April 2019 where as Standard registration fees must be paid before or on 10 May 2019 by cheque or wire transfer payment.
Group rate: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue : Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok, Thailand (Tentative)
Course Duration : 3 days
Maximum Class Size: The workshop can accommodate up to 28 participants.
Workshop description and summary:
This is a technical workshop, made up of lecture and hands-on lab work to teach the IS-IS and BGP skills required for the configuration and operation of large scale networks that make up the Internet.
Workshop topics :
- Workshop topics include, but are not limited to:
- IS-IS design and best practices for Service Provider networks
- BGP protocol, attributes and policy control
- BGP scalability (including Route Reflectors and Communities)
- BGP Best Practices, including Aggregation
- BGP multihoming techniques (redundancy and load balancing)
- BGP Communities as used by Network Operators
- Peering Best Practices
Session 1 Introductions, Objectives
Session 2 BGP Introduction
Session 3 ISIS, iBGP, eBGP Lab
Session 4 ISIS, iBGP, eBGP Lab (IPv6)
Session 1 BGP Attributes
Session 2 BGP Policy Control
Session 3 BGP Route Filtering Lab
Session 4 BGP Scaling Techniques
Session 1 BGP Best Practices
Session 2 BGP Multihoming (Part 1)
Session 3 BGP Peering & IXP Lab
Dynamips Config for Peering & IXP Lab
Session 4 BGP Multihoming (Part 2)
Session 1 Value of Peering
Session 2 BGP Peering & IXP Lab (cont)
Session 3 BGP Communities
Session 4 Configuring Dynamips
Technical staff who are now building or operating a wide area service provider network with international and/or multi-provider connectivity, or considering participation at an Internet Exchange point, or considering deploying IPv6 across their infrastructure and to their end users.
Workshop requirements :
It is assumed that the workshop participants are proficient with a router command line interface, have a good understanding of OSPF or IS-IS, as well as experience with using BGP in an operational network.
This workshop is not an introduction. Participants are expected to have already successfully completed previous Routing Workshops or have demonstrable equivalent experience.
The lab exercises use Cisco IOS configuration syntax.
Participants are required to bring laptops.
Biography of Instructors
Philip Smith has been working in the Internet industry since the early 1990s after catching the Internet bug in the mid 1980s while at University. He runs his own consulting company, PFS Internet Development.
Philip spends some of his time working for the Network Startup Resource Centre as a Senior Network Engineer and Training Coordinator, assisting with Network Operations Groups coordination, and providing network design assistance and training around the Pacific, South and South East Asia, the Middle East and Africa. .
He previously worked at APNIC as Learning and Development Director, where his team’s responsibilities ranged from Training, APNIC Conferences and Events, Network Operations Group support, Technical Programmes such as IPv6 Deployment, Internet Exchange Points, and Rootname Server deployments, and the Information Society Innovation Fund grants programme. .
Before APNIC, he was a member of the Internet Infrastructure Group in CTO Consulting Engineering of Cisco Systems for more than thirteen years. He also served for 3 years on the Board of Trustees of the Internet Society. .
Prior to joining Cisco, he spent five years at PIPEX (incorporated into UUNET, and now part of Verizon’s global ISP business), the UK’s first commercial ISP, where he was Head of Network Engineering. As is common with startups in a rapidly growing marketplace, Philip gained deep experience in all of the engineering roles in an ISP, from support engineer, network operations, engineering, and development, before assuming responsibility for the entire UK network operation. He was one of the first engineers working in the commercial Internet in the UK, and he helped establish the LINX Internet Exchange Point in London and played a key role in building the modern Internet in Europe.
Viraphan Samadi , Training Manager
obtained his Masters Degree in Industrial Engineering from Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) Thailand in 1999. At the same time he was working as IT officer at the same institute as a part time. He has over 18 years experience in internet and campus networking. Currently he work as training manger at intERLab/AIT. He also a team leader for IT service unit that look after IT related work at the institute.
Certificate of participation, training materials, lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Please note that the places are limited and the registration will be on a “first come – first served” basis. If you have any further queries, please contact Ms. Glaziel Kae Tagamolila email: training at interlab.ait.ac.th.