|Date : 30 August - 1 September 2010
|Time : 9:00-17:00
|Course Fee :
|| : 25,000 THB
| Early Bird
|| : 20,000 THB (until 10 August 2010 )
| THNIC member
|| : 20,000 THB
|| ( Early-bird registration fees must be paid before
or on 10 August 2010 where as Standard registration
fees must be paid before or on 30 August 2010
by cheque or wire transfer payment. )
|Venue : intERLab Training Center, AIT, Thailand
|Course Duration : 3 days
|Max. Class size: 25
Good working knowledge of IP Routing in BGP and OSPF/ISIS. Ability to troubleshoot simple IP network is desired.
What you will learn:
- Introduction to MPLS - basic functionality and features, L3VPN, TE, L2VPN
- Deploying MPLS VPN - L3 design and deployment, VRF, VRF aware features (NAT, FW, IPSEC), remote access to VPN's, QOS, Enterprise and Campus VPN's
- Traffic Engineering - functionality, tunnel models for bandwidth control and path protection
- CEs deployment - How to build large enterprize network over MPLS cloud
- MPLS security - Issues pertaining to MPLS security
- L2 VPN's - Types and functionality for EoMPLS, AToM, VPLS, L2TPV3
- Troubleshooting MPLS - LDP, RIB, FIB, MP-BGP for VPN's, L2VPN
Biography of instructor
Ng Seo Boon - is a Network Consulting Engineer working for the Cisco System's for the past nine years.
Armed with 15 years of working experience and based in Singapore, his primary responsibility is to
provides support and consulting services to Cisco telco based customers.
Seo Boon is conversant in large IP network design, maintenance and troubleshooting. He has good
grasp on all aspect of TCP/IP both in routing (BGP/IS-IS) and operational deployments of network. His
current interest lies in designing large scalable IP routing network. He also has keen interest in the area
covering Internet Service provider security.
Today, Seo Boon's main role is to support of large Internet service providers in China. He provides
consulting and advisory services to these customer in designing, implementation, optimization and
maintenance of their IP networks. His main focus currently is to identify network operational on large
IP network and propose workable solutions. He is also a strong advocate of maintaining the network
through automated approaches (open source scripting).
Beside his regular role as a consulting engineers, Seo Boon also teaches classes on ISP routing and
conduct ISP security workshop within the AP region. Seo Boon regular participate in APRICOT forum
regularly and also do occasional presentation at Cisco Networkers.
Seo Boon joined Cisco from Singapore Telecommunications Pte Ltd in 2000, where he was a Senior
Network Engineer overseeing the planning and operation of the IP network in Singapore. His primary
role includes planning and design of the largest IP network in the organisation. He streamlines the
operation by introducing open source network management tools to reduce cost and improve efficiency
of the operation teams. Capacity planning and scaling of IP network is part of other challenging tasks
that he undertakes. Formulation of network peering policies for the organisation helps him builds his
social context in the networking community.
Kong Cheng Kai - Is a Consulting Engineer in the Advanced Services group at Cisco Systems and has been working with networking technologies for about 15 years. Cheng Kai supports the Great China and Asia-Pacific theatre where he has provided detailed designs and network architecture design consulting for many major service providers MPLS NGN deployments in the region.
Cheng Kai's current focus is on designs of IP/MPLS NGN, Carrier Ethernet, Mobile Wireless IPRAN and Next-generation Data Centre solutions.
Cheng Kai joined Cisco in year 2001, before that, he was a Principal Network Engineer of China Construction Bank.
Certificate of paticipation, 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 Mr. Esmond Esguerra at +66-2 524 5374 (for AIT internal user dial 6611 only) or email: training at interlab.ait.ac.th.