Infrastructure Technical Track

When: Tuesday, 28 August 2012
Time: 11:00 - 12:30 (UTC +7)
Where: Auditorium
Chair: Gaurab Raj Upadhaya, Limelight

Securing IXP Connectivity

Mike Jager, Synack

Internet eXchange Points allow networks to interconnect with each other for relatively low cost. The financial arguments in favour of peering, especially in developing nations, are well-known. However, connecting to an IXP can increase the attack surface of a member network if adequate precautions are not taken. Some methods to exploit IXP-attached networks are discussed, as well as practical steps to mitigate these attacks.

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GPON Deployment Experience

Aftab A. Siddiqui, Cybernet

Since Cambodia is part of the growing economies of the region, it would be great to share the GPON deployment experience of Cybernet, Pakistan. What were the circumstances behind the deployment? How were those issues resolved after GPON and how it is benefiting us in cutting down the opex with the grim status of business growth. This also includes a very general overview of GPON architecture as well.

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ISC F-root Update

Peter Losher, Internet Systems Consortium

This talk will cover the installation of F.ROOT-SERVERS.NET mirrors across the APNIC region over the past decade. Topics include:
- Major milestones (IPv6 and DNSSEC)
- Statistics (how much traffic do they get?)
- Common questions
- Future?

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