Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI), or Resource Certification, is a framework for verifying the authenticity of Internet number resources. It is aimed at improving the security of inter-domain routing. In this system, Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) can generate a verifiable digital statement that ties the Internet resource to their current holders, thereby establishing right-of-use. This course discusses the protocol behind RPKI, its management hierarchy, components, and implementation.
This course is designed for network engineers, systems administrators, and anyone who is involved in network operations and Internet resource management.
Working knowledge on network operations and security deployment.
- What is RPKI?
- Background of RPKI
- Right to Resources
- RPKI Components
- APNIC Resource Certification
- Route Origin Authorizations (ROA)
- Creating ROA records
- Router configuration demo
Network Monitoring with AMP
Presented by: Brendon Jones, Shane Alcock
When: Wednesday, afternoon only
This tutorial will provide an overview of the AMP network measurement software, as well as providing an opportunity for hands-on experimentation with the tools and web interfaces. Participants will install and configure their own AMP clients and servers, learn about the testing methods (what they measure and how they work), use the web interface to create test schedules, explore the data using the provided graphs, and integrate the measurements with external tools.
- A laptop with working wireless and a ssh client will be required to participate in any of the hands-on activities.
- Preferably the ability to run VMs
- Overview of the AMP measurement system
- Installing and configuring an AMP client
- Test methods and how they work
- Running standalone AMP tests
- Installing and configuring an AMP server
- Managing test schedules through the web interface
- Results exploration using the web interface
- Results exploration using other tools
Presented by: Josh Bailey, Brad Cowie, and Chris Lorier
When: Wednesday, Full day
Faucet is a Open Source Python-based Layer 2/Layer 3 switch controller for managing production enterprise networks. Faucet supports many traditional networking features, including: VLANs, ACLs, IPv6, Port Mirroring, Layer 3 routing, Stacking/Clustering, Monitoring, Policy Based Forwarding (offload 802.1x, BGP, etc to external host).
During this hands-on training we will show you how to deploy and configure Faucet against a set of mostly virtual (with some physical) devices and show off all the cool things a central networking controller allows you to do on your networks.
Tools required for tutorial:
Presented by: Grandstream
When : Wednesday, 9am to approx. 3pm
This tutorial is aimed at System Integrators and Engineers, as well as anyone wanting a better understanding of IP phones and PBX’s, what makes them tick and how to create seamless communication over web using Grandstream Networks.
Each attendee automatically goes into the draw to win a Grandstream GXV3240 IP Video phone.
Grandstream’s brand new UCM62xx IP PBX series allows businesses to unify multiple communication technologies, such as voice, video calling, video conferencing, video surveillance, data tools, mobility options and facility access management onto one common network that can be managed and/or accessed remotely.
- Discover the new UCM62xx series and how they work
- What new features are on offer with Asterix 13 update
- How to setup a UCM62xx network
- Why do I need to secure my PBX and how
- Configuring IP phones and discussing new features
- The New GXP17xx IP Phone series
- Q&A session with Grandstream Technicians
Tools required for tutorial: