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Organized by Training Committee, APAN

Venue: intERLab Training Room, AIT, Thailand
Date:    4-8 September 2006

Local organizer: Internet Education and Research Laboratory, AIT

Supporting organizations:

The TEIN2 Workshop is targeted at bringing network operation personnel from the TEIN2 beneficiary countries together and to bring them all to the level qualified for the operation and management of TEIN2 networks. From our successful Kick-Off Workshop held in September 2005, we are convinced that such a face-to-face with hands-on practical sessions is strongly recommended to be held annually.

Among the TEIN2 technical NOC teams, we categorize the personnel into 3 categories: Junior Engineers (Group A), Senior Engineers or Network Administrators (Group B) and Technical Managers (Group C).

Group A: Junior engineers who will be trained to perform basic configuring functions for the Internet routing, use network monitoring tools and be able to perform trouble shooting.
  Pre-requisite: Basic concept of TCP/IP
   
Group B: Senior engineers or operation managers who will be trained on advanced or policy based routing and to perform network performance measurement, use the network monitoring tools and to be able to perform necessary trouble shooting.
  Pre-requisite: Knowledge of how to operate a router
   
Group C: Technical managers who are in charge of the network operation. They need to be updated with new/emerging technologies, new applications and users' requirements.
  Pre-requisite: General knowledge of networking technologies with decision making responsibilities

A 5-day workshop, face-to-face meeting -- with hands-on practical sessions, organized by intERLab/AIT, for Senior NOC Engineers (Group B), specifically TEIN2 network operation only, will be held on 4-8 September 2006 at Asian Institute of Technology in Thailand. The contents are as follows:
  • Performance and Monitoring
  • Trouble Shooting
  • Emergency Response
  • Multicasting and IPv6

Resource Persons:

  • APAN NOC Community
     
  • TEIN2 NOC (CERNET)
       - Pengfei Li
       - Xinman Li
       - Yan Wang

  • Juniper Networks
       - Mark Williams
       - Gary Hauser

Agenda:

Day 1
4.09.06
Performance and Monitoring - Xinman Li
09:00-09:30 TEIN2 NOC Updates and NMS
09:30-10:00 Performance Management
10:00-10:20 MORNING BREAK
10:20-12:00 Performance Monitoring
12:00-12:30 Case Study
12:30-13:30 LUNCH
13:30-15:00 Traffic Analysis and Netflow
15:00-15:20 AFTERNOON BREAK
15:20-16:00 Netflow Application
16:00-17:00 Case Study and Discussion
Day 2
5.09.06
Trouble Shooting - Pengfei Li
09:00-10:00 Trouble Shooting Tools and Trouble Shooting BGP
10:00-10:30 BGP case study
10:30-11:00 MORNING BREAK
11:10-11:30 Trouble Shooting OSPF
11:30-12:00 OSPF case study
12:00-12:30 Trouble Shooting IS-IS
12:30-13:30 LUNCH
13:30-14:00 IS-IS case study
14:00-14:30 Trouble Shooting CEF
14:30-15:00 CEF Case study
15:00-15:30 AFTERNOON BREAK
15:30-16:00 Trouble Shooting multicast and case study
16:00-17:00 Case Study

Day 3
6.09.06

Emergency Response - Yan Wang
09:00-11:00 Emergency Response Framework [A]; [B]
11:00-11:20 MORNING BREAK
11:20-12:30 Security Monitoring
12:30-13:30 LUNCH
13:30-15:00 Technology and Measure
15:00-15:20 AFTERNOON BREAK
15:20-17:00 Case Study and Discussion
Day 4
7.09.06
Multicasting and IPv6 - Mark Williams
09:00-12:30 Introduction
Multicast addressing
Group Membership Protocol
Multicast Forwarding Algorithm
DVMRP, PIM
M-BGP
MSDP
SSM
Conclusion
12:30-13:30 LUNCH BREAK
13:30-17:00 Introduction to IPv6
Protocol Headers
IPv6 Addressing
ICMPv6 and Autoconfiguration
IPv6 Routing Protocols (RIPng, IS-IS, OSPF, BGP)
IPv6 Transition Methods
Day 5
8.09.06
09:30-12:15 Multicast lab session - Gary Hauser
12:15-13:00 LUNCH
13:00- 13:30 PANEL DISCUSSION - TEIN2 NOC Operations
  • TEIN2 NOC (CERNET)
  • ANGKOR Project by Dr. Achmad Husni Thamrin
13:30-17:00 IPv6 lab session - Gary Hauser
18:00- Dinner
Venue: Naj Exquisite Thai Cusine
From AITCC: 6:00 pm
Map: http://www.oamthong.com/webnaj/html/map.html


Attendees:
To see the list of registered participants, click here.

Funding for participation is provided by TEIN2 project.

Reimbursement of Trainee Costs:

  1. Scope of Payments
    • Trainees from TEIN2 beneficiaries may receive payments for attendance at the international TEIN2 training workshop as set out in the schedule.
       
  2. Payment Terms
    1. DANTE will pay 100% of eligible costs claimed by attendees.

    2. All claims to DANTE should be invoiced in Euros and should be made using the TEIN2 reimbursement claim form. Costs incurred in other currencies should be converted into Euros using the ECís currency conversion tables current for the month of the claim, which are found at the following URL:
      http://ec.europa.eu/budget/inforeuro/index.cfm?language=en

    3. All invoices for international air travel must be accompanied by the original boarding passes and proof of actual flight costs and in accordance with the Partnerís normal travel policies.

    4. To cover all other eligible expenses (e.g. travel in overseas country, accommodation, meals) associated with international meetings, DANTE will pay the EC Per Diem for each night the Partner is necessarily in that overseas country. The current per diems are published by the EC at the following URL:
      http://ec.europa.eu/comm/europeaid/perdiem/index_en.htm

    5. The Partner is allowed to add up to 7.0% to each claim to cover the Partnerís administrative charges. No supporting documentation is required to accompany claims for this cost item.

    6. All claims must be signed and sent with the boarding passes and proof of flight costs, and full details of official bank account to which the reimbursement should be sent.

    7. Claims should be sent to DANTE at the following address:

      Fao Peter Nancollis
      DANTE
      City House
      126-130 Hills Road
      Cambridge CB2 iPQ
      United Kingdom

    8. DANTE agrees to pay the Partners claims within 30 days of receipt of a correct invoice.

The expense claim form can be downloaded here.

** Webcast will be arranged for remote participation.

Accommodation:

A block of rooms is reserved at AIT Conference Center for TEIN2 Workshop during 4-8 September 2006. Please visit www.ait.ac.th/aitcc for more information.

Attendee Information:

Information on Thai visa application is available at http://www.mfa.go.th/web/12.php.

For invitation letter, please send a request together with the following information: Full Name, Nationality, Affiliation, Position, Complete mailing address, Telephone and Fax numbers. (Please contact: training at interlab.ait.ac.th)



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or email: training at interlab.ait.ac.th.