After having experienced this workshop as a student, an attendee will be able to engineer multicast networks within his/her campus/organization, to explain multicast engineering concepts to peers, and, in some cases, to help teach or facilitate future multicast workshops
Who should attend?
Network Engineer/Administrator from educational networks in AP region who will be pushing forward the deployment of multicast at their home institutions.
This training covers the followings topics:
PrerequisiteParticipants should be familiar with router configuration especially OSPF and BGP.
Biography of instructors:
Greg Shepherd - Greg has been working with multicast deployments for over 10 years: in R&E networks as an operator, then with Cisco, Juniper, Procket, now back at Cisco. He has given numerous workshops at NANOG, APRICOT, RIPE, AFNOG, SANOG, AIT, as well as directly with customer engineers. Through ISC.org he currently opperates a global multicast peering network.
John Zwiebel - John joined Cisco in 1993 after
designing and deploying the command and control network at Martin Marietta,
Denver, for launching Titan rockets. He was instrumental in the development
of Cisco's internal automated test system with many of his tests still in
use today. In 1994 John teamed up with Dino Farinacci to work on the PIM
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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. Wit Hmone at +66-2 524 6611 (for AIT internal user dial 6611 only) or email: training at interlab.ait.ac.th.