This course on Advanced Routing
is part of the
AfNOG 2011 Workshop on Network Technology,
held in conjunction with the
meeting in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in May/June 2011.
The workshop is a mix of lectures and hands-on training in a
well-equipped classroom over a five-day period to teach skills
required for the configuration and operation of large scale
Networks that make up the Internet.
Who should attend:
Technical staff who are now building or operating a
wide area service provider network or Internet Exchange point, with
international and/or multi provider connectivity. Participants are
required to bring laptops.
Successful completion of a previous AfNOG Scalable
Infrastructure Workshop or similar training. Alternatively,
participants must demonstrate acceptable knowledge of or their
experience with a router configuration language. Experience of
interior routing protocols such as OSPF or ISIS is also necessary, and
participants must have used BGP. Some user level Unix experience
would be advantageous.
- Introduction to the ISIS Routing protocol
- Introduction to IPv6
- BGP refresher, including attributes, policies, communities and
- BGP scaling techniques, including Route Reflectors and peer-groups
- Techniques and strategies for multihoming using BGP.
- Introduction to peering and Internet Exchange Points.
- Best practices for Internet operations.
- Randy Bush (USA/Japan)
- Kaveer Harie (South Africa)
- Richard Mikisa (Uganda)
- Philip Smith (Scotland/Australia)
- Mark Tinka (Uganda/Malaysia)
- Markus Akena Wipfler (Uganda)
- Yasini Kilima (Tanzania)
- Imani Losindilo (Tanzania)
- Reuben Bwigane Akim (Tanzania)
- Joash M. Omoke (Kenya)
- Odiachi Ikemefuna (Nigeria)
- Yahya H Mungilwa (Tanzania)
- Ibtisam Jamal (Tanzania)
- Eliufoo C. Mahinda (Tanzania)
- Aloyce William Rugalinda (Tanzania)
- James Chirwa (Malawi)
- Shake Righa (Kenya)
- Timothy Musoke (Uganda)
- Maina John Mbugua (Kenya)
- Kyle Spencer (Uganda)
- Samuel Senkindu (Uganda)
- Njogu Alex (Kenya)
- Redeemer Fiankor Ata (Ghana)
- Christian Muhirwa (Rwanda)
- Otieno Michael Odhiambo (Kenya)
- Justus Musau (Kenya)
- Scholastica L. Musokwa (Tanzania)
- Mwandu Mwelwa (Zambia)
- Bill Sangiwa (Zambia)
- Simon M. Balthazar (Tanzania)