Monday 14:00-15:30 • Plenary 1
4-Byte As Numbers Revisited - Geoff Huston
AMSIX MPLS/VPLS Deployment - Martin Pels, AMS-IX
Operational experiences with running an Internet exchange on recent deployment of MPLS/VPLS on the Amsterdam Internet Exchange.
IPv6 Capable CPE Devices and a Use Case - Jan Schöllhammer, AVM
Development of an IPv6 enabled DSL CPE.
The Big Delay - IPv6 in the Access Layer - Marco Hogewoning, XS4ALL
Progress and obstacles in deploying IPv6 over DSL residential service.
FT Group-wise IPv6 Program - France Telecom
A report on the FT Group-wise IPv6 program . This program aims at (1) defining France Telecom's IPv6 migration strategy and (2) driving the enforcement of such strategy within the different group affiliates, according to a phased approach that should lead to full IPv6 production by the end of 2010. Experiences from the achievements to date will be presented.
A Strategic Approach to IPv6 - Dave Wilson. HEANET
This is not a talk about our deployment of IPv6. We did that in 2003 and gave the talk at RIPE 46. This is about what happens after.
IPv6 in Real Life - Fernando Garcia, Juan Pedro Cerezo
An update on the status of IPv6 deployment as seen on real world enable IPv6 websites.
IPv6 in the Citizens with Special Needs' Network - Carlos Friaças
Report on a special project for enabling people with special needs using the Internet and IPv6.
Tuesday 9:00-10:30 • RIR/NRO Plenary Session 3
IANA Update - Leo Vegoda, IANA
Reports from Other Regional Internet Registries (RIRs)
APNIC- Geoff Huston
ARIN - John Curran
LACNIC - Roque Gagliano
ASO Address Council Update - Dave Wilson
NRO Statistics - Andrea Cima
NRO Update - Axel Pawlik
RIPE Labs - Mirjam Kühne, Robert Kisteleki & Franz Schwarzinger RIPE NCC
RIPE Labs is a new platform designed by the RIPE NCC for network operators, developers and industry experts to expose, test and discuss innovative Internet-related tools, ideas and analysis that can benefit the RIPE community and the broader technology world. Mirjam will introduce the Labs concept and explain its scope and benefits.
DNSSEC in .pt - Sara Monteiro
Report on the deployment status of DNSSEC in the .pt ccTLD.
Root Scaling Study - Lyman Chapin
Report on the recently published "DNS root zone scaling study".
Status Update: Implementing DNSSEC at the Root - Matt Larson & Joe Abley
Progress to date and upcoming milestones.
EC IPv6 Survey Outcome - Maarten Botterman, (Panel)
IPv6 survey outcome and discussion panel.
Friday 11:00-12:30 • Closing Plenary
BIRD Routing Daemon - Ondrej Filip
BIRD is an routing daemon for UNIX systems. It supports RIP, OSPF, BGP for IPv4 and IPv6. It is basically alternative to Quagga with some unique features.
APNIC Analysis of a Day in the Life of Internet Traffic - George Michaelson
DNS Working Group Response to Root Scaling Studies - Jim Reid
NRO NC Elections
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Tuesday, RIR NRO Reports
|Roque Gagliano||LACNIC Update||Tue Oct 6 01:25:35 2009|
|Leo Vegoda||IANA Update||Mon Oct 5 21:47:32 2009|
|Axel Pawlik||NRO Update RIPE 59||Tue Oct 6 07:50:06 2009|
|Andrea Cima||NRO Statistics||Mon Oct 5 16:55:52 2009|
|Geoff Huston||APNIC Report||Tue Oct 6 06:59:21 2009|
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