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Topic # 113222 10-Jan-2013 08:59
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If you are subscribed to the NZNOG list you might have seen this announcement. Otherwise if you are in any way working in the network operations landscape in New Zealand, read on...

The NZNOG 2013 programme is now available online. Confirmed speakers are:
  • Scott Bartlett (Orcon) - UFB one year in
  • Andrew McDonald (Vodafone) - RBI Wholesale 12 months.
  • Colin Dyer (GeoNet) and Ewen McNeill (Naos, Consultant) - Geonet: 1pps to 10,000 hits/second.
  • Beatty Lane-Davis - SDN: accelerating the pace of evolution in packet and transport networks
  • Sam Russell (REANNZ) - Thimble: OpenFlow-enabled device
  • David Brownlie (REANNZ) - perfSONAR for measuring performance, and troubleshooting.
  • Donald Love - UFB realities
  • Philip Smith (APNIC) - IPv4 / IPv6 route table analysis for NZ
  • Phil Regnauld (NSRC) - DNSSEC
  • George Michaelson (APNIC) - Last words on IPv6
  • Stu Fleming (WIC) - On being a WISP
  • Plus updates from NZRS, APNIC, CityLink, IPv6 Task Force, WAND and InternetNZ.
The NZNOG 2013 is happening in Wellington. Workshops 21st - 23rd January, Tutorials 23rd January, Conference presentations 24th - 25th January. There are two side events happening as well (a drinks evening and an official dinner).

Check the programme for more information and registration.




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  Reply # 742643 10-Jan-2013 09:41
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Sounds great. Sadly I'll be heading over to Canberra for Linux.conf.au so can't make it.




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  Reply # 744200 13-Jan-2013 20:35
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At least one person (friend of mine) is doing both. LCA is the week after I think?

Anycase i'll be at NZNOG if anyone want's to say hello...




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 744391 14-Jan-2013 10:19
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Flying out the Friday to have a couple of days in Canberra.




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  Reply # 750860 25-Jan-2013 16:37
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I only managed to watch some of the live stream. Anyone got vids?







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  Reply # 750862 25-Jan-2013 16:42
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The videos will be available here after the conference ends.

Good to see (hear) Geekzone being mentioned at least once during the presentations...





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  Reply # 750904 25-Jan-2013 18:28
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freitasm: The videos will be available here after the conference ends.

Good to see (hear) Geekzone being mentioned at least once during the presentations...



Well, mostly about people bitching about why aren't they getting full speed on UFB (including over wifi, zomg!) :P




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  Reply # 750905 25-Jan-2013 18:30
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On the UFB speed, some ISPs actually found problems in their setup. But yes, the comments about people complaining about speeds over WiFi. Arghhhhh.




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