Asia Pacific Operators Forum (APOPS)
|When:||Monday - Thursday, 27 to 30 August 2012|
|Time:||Mon: 16:00 - 17:30 (UTC +7)
Tues: 14:00 - 15:30 (UTC +7)
Thurs: 9:00 - 10:30 (UTC +7)
|Chair(s):||APOPS 1: Philip Smith, APNIC - APOPS 2: Tomoya Yoshida, Multifeed - APOPS 3: Matsuzaki Yoshinobu, IIJ|
APOPS, the Asia Pacific Operators Forum, showcases content of wide interest to the Internet operations community, particularly in the Asia Pacific region. All APNIC 34 attendees are welcome to participate in these sessions.
APOPS is a plenary-style operational and technical forum that takes place at all APNIC Conferences. Participants include ISP network engineers and network operators from across the region and beyond. Topics vary, but focus on current operational issues of general interest to the community.
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Video / Transcripts
Monday, 27 August: Video | Transcript | Download video (1.2 GB)
Tuesday, 28 August: Video | Transcript | Download video (1.8 GB)
Thursday, 30 August: Video | Transcript | Download video (1.6 GB)
Introduction and Agenda
Dr Philip Smith, APNIC
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The Internet in Cambodia
Samol Khoeurn, eintellego Pty Ltd
As the Internet use is growing everywhere in the world, Cambodia is also enjoying its rapid increasing of the number of Internet users. In 2011, 1,689,389 if comparing to 2010, an increase of 427.6 percent and it will increase to 1,739,618 in 2012. Many investors are throwing their money into this sector and as result there are 27 ISP's, 8 Mobile operators (2, 2.5 and 3G) and 304 Internet cafes by Jan 2012. The fibre optic is also reaching to every province and city in the country and so far, there are three companies that have run the cable in the country: CFOCN (Cambodia Fibre Optic Cable Network): 5,180km, Telecom Cambodia (TC): 1,200km and Viettel Cambodia: 16,000 km. Domain names with the suffix .kh are controlled by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications. As of December 2003, 320 websites were registered with MPTC and there were approximately 1,000 Cambodia-related websites on the Internet. Even though there are such good signs of Internet development in Cambodia, but the price of Internet is still high comparing to the neighbour countries and the lack of human resources is also the obstacle for IT development in the country.
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Analysing Dual Stack Behaviour
Geoff Huston, APNIC
When a user heads to a dual stack web site is their experience better or worse than heading to an IPv4 only site? The presentation examines the behaviour of dual stack client systems and looks at a number of performance metrics relating to the relative difference between a IPv4-only environment and a dual stack environment.
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DNSSEC: Where We Are (and how we get to where we want to be)
Richard Lamb, ICANN
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Open Source Software in Routing
Martin Winter, Open Source Routing
OpenSourceRouting.org is a non-profit working on the Open Source Quagga Software. We are dedicated to help the community to test, fix and improve Quagga. During the talk we look at the status of Open Source Software for Routing to give you an idea if/when/where you might want to consider it. The talk gives a quick overview on the 4 main choices (Quagga, Bird, Xorp & OpenBGPd) and then talks a bit more about the current status of Quagga, where we focus our current work and why you should consider taking a closer look at any of the Open Source Routing alternatives.
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Wherefore art thou CDN?
Dean Pemberton, InternetNZ
With CDNs playing an ever increasing role in how content is delivered to the majority of Internet users, it is important to consider how well your economy is catered for. This talk offers an interesting perspective from an economy too small to attract its own CDN networks and looks at ways to measure an economies distance to common CDN platforms, and discusses some tactics for making changes.
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RPKI Propagation Emulation Measurement: an Early Report
Randy Bush, IIJ
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The BGP Report
Geoff Huston, APNIC
This is a report on the state of the BGP table, looking at the current size, the update rate, more specifics, and V6 growth. It is an update to previous talks on this topic and I will highlight major regional ISPs in the report to show what is happening in terms of deaggregation and update rates with regional AutNums.
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An Update On RIPE NCC R&D Activities
Emile Aben, RIPE NCC
An update on RIPE NCC R&D activities, such as RIPE Atlas, RIPEstat and measurements we've been performing for World IPv6 Launch.
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Measuring IPv6 with advertisements for fun and profit
George Michaelson, APNIC
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