Conference Presentations

The main conference program for 2015 will be made up of two days with a single stream where possible. Presentations don't need to fit any particular fixed length and can be from 30 minutes to 3 hours in length.

NZNOG conferences have traditionally spanned the entire operational spectrum, and then some. Proposals for conference presentations are invited for virtually any topic with a degree of relevance to the NZNOG community.

Past years' talks have included the following:

  • Internet exchange operations
  • Global anycast networks and the building thereof
  • Peering, peering, and peering
  • Network security
  • 10GB ethernet operations
  • How to build a router in these tough and difficult economic times
  • Current Internet research in NZ
  • Wireless networking
  • QOS over carrier networks
  • Content distribution networks and media streaming
  • Open Source VoIP Platform in Carrier Environments
  • Lawful Interception
  • Designing networks for High Availability
  • IPv6 deployment
  • Monkeying around on the APE
  • How we feared when Christchurch fell off the grid
  • DNS Security
  • Routing Security
  • Review of 2014
  • IPSec
  • Internet Filtering
  • How Cloud Computing has impacted Network Design

If you'd like to Submit a paper we'd love to hear from you. Before you submit a paper you should make sure you've also read the Submission Guidelines.

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