AfNOG 2010 Workshop on Network Technology

Track SI-E — Scalable Network Infrastructure

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This course on Scalable Network Infrastructure is part of the AfNOG 2010 Workshop on Network Technology, held in conjunction with the AfNOG meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, in May 2010.

We use 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 connected to the Internet.

The topics covered include: Basic routing; OSPF routing; BGP routing; Management of router configuration; NOC (Network Operations Centre); Exchange points between networks; Security.

Who should attend: Technical staff who are now operating a wide area TCP/IP network, likely with international and/or multi-provider connectivity. Those who will be involved in the establishment and/or operation of a basic national network infrastructure in the country.

Prerequisites: Experience using TCP/IP-based networking technologies.

Course Documents




Each participant receives a copy of the following books and electronic media, kindly sponsored by FreeBSD Mall, O'Reilly and Associates, Cisco Press, the Wireless Networking in the Developing World project, and the Network Startup Resource Center.

[Picture of CD-ROM box] FreeBSD-8.0 CD-ROMs, published by The FreeBSD Project, 2009.
[Picture of book cover] BGP Design and Implementaion, by Randy Zhang, Micah Bartell, published by Cisco Press, 2003. ISBN 978-1-58705-109-8.
[Picture of book cover] BGP by Iljitsch van Beijnum, published by O'Reilly Media, 2002. ISBN 978-0-596-00254-1.
[Picture of book cover] Cisco Routers for the Desperate, Second Edition, by Michael W. Lucas, published by No Starch Press, 2009. ISBN 978-1-59327-193-0.
[Picture of book cover] Wireless Networking in the Developing World, Second Edition, ISBN 978-0-9778093-6-3.

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