mnNOG-5: Call for Papers The following is an open call
Ulsbold has 12 year experience in the ISP and Telecom industry, currently a senior network engineer at Mobicom corporation in Mongolia. He is responsible for IP Transit/Core, domestic MPLS, and Enterprise network in Mobicom corporation. His expertise includes routing & switching, IPv6 dual stack, MPLS. Ulsbold is Program committee member of mnNOG.
Member Services Officer
Bayar is a Member Services Officer at APNIC responsible for Membership development and services. He is also one of the founding members of the MNNOG community, which was established in March 2019.
Before joining APNIC, he worked for Mobicom Corporation as a Department manager, Project manager, and IP network engineer for 17 years.
Commissioner at CRC
He is a highly recognized leader in Mongolia's Information and Communication Technology. Balgansuren played a key role in starting commercial internet services in the country, working with local and global experts when the internet was first introduced. He has also contributed to government policies and accelerating digital progress across the country. Balgansuren is actively involved in community activities, dedicated to the open, transparent, and independent Internet.
Internet Network Specialist
Tashi Phuntsho has experience in IP and transmission network design, operation, and maintenance having worked as a transmission engineer (since 2003) and IP core network engineer (since 2005) for more than a decade.
Network engineer | Mobicom Corporation
Batmagnai is 11 years experience in IP network.
He is currently IP network engineer of Network Operation and Maintenance Division for Mobicom Corporation.
Batmagnai is working on MPLS, IP transit and ISP Core network.
He has recently started to researching network automation.
Senior Network Analyst
Dave comes to APNIC having worked in the Australian ISP and MSP community for the last 20 years in roles as diverse as carrier transmission networks, to System Administration, to core, edge and customer networks. Having built a corporate ISP network from the ground up, he comes with an understanding of traps and pitfalls that most networks have, and do experience.
Senior Network Engineer
Philip Smith has been working in the Internet industry since the early 1990s after catching the Internet bug in the mid 1980s while at University. He runs his own consulting company, PFS Internet Development.
Philip spends some of his time working for the Network Startup Resource Centre as a Senior Network Engineer and Training Coordinator, assisting with Network Operations Groups coordination, and providing network design assistance and training around the Pacific, South and South East Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
Senior Engineer | Skymedia
He works at Skymedia Corporation LLC as a senior planning engineer and 9 years experience in ISP networking field. Also, It's his 4th year in MNNOG community as a program committee member. He is responsible for optimizing network performance and increasing reliability by maintaining dynamic routing protocols (BGP, OSPF, ISIS). Currently, working on IPv6 project of Skymedia Corporation LLC.
Geoff Huston is the Chief Scientist at the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), where he undertakes research on topics associated with Internet infrastructure, IP technologies, and address distribution policies.
Widely regarded as the preeminent researcher on IPv4 exhaustion, he is routinely referenced by international agencies and frequently quoted by the ICT media.
Information security analyst | Unitel group
My name is Dashzeveg Baatartsogt. I'm an information security analyst at Unitel LLC and have been MNNOG member since mnnog 3. Generally, I work focused on information security and network security. It will be a pleasure to work with you.
Check the program for the fourth year's conference and learn about the speakers and sessions in store for tech enthusiasts.
Closing Remarks by mnNOG Chair Ankhzaya Tseden (Chief Technology Officer at Datacom LLC)
Network security is a broad topic that affects many aspects relating to end-users, applications, and infrastructure. The objective of this workshop is to examine key concepts, protocols, policies, and practices to protect data and assets from potential abuse.
The workshop will include packet analysis, a skill involving capturing live data over the network and analysing them for detecting network issues, monitoring potential misuse or intrusion attempts, and examining security problems.
This course is targeted to network managers and operators, engineers and policy makers who are interested in network security and want to gain an understanding of security operations. The topics covered range from basic to intermediate level that aims to educate and challenge participants.
It is assumed that participants have a basic understanding of:
This five-day training course teaches the skills required for the configuration of scalable and secure routing, as well as best practice operation of the networks making up today's Internet.
Participants in this course will learn more about:
Workshop participants must be currently using BGP in their network, or planning to deploy BGP on existing external connections.
Workshop participants must be proficient with a router command line interface, have a good understanding of OSPF or IS-IS, as well as experience with using BGP in an operational network.
This workshop is not an introduction.
The lab exercises use Cisco IOS configuration syntax.
Participants must also have reviewed the Video Tutorials at learn.nsrc.org, specifically those covering:
Participants laptops/PCs must have:
This training course introduces the principles of Network Automation for network engineers who wish to learn more about automating many of the tedious tasks involved in the day to day operation of a network. The course introduces
- and the writing of playbooks to carry out tasks. It also covers the integration of common network tools and Gitlab CI/CD pipelines.