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Hungary on March 10 - 11, 2011

Agenda for MUM in Hungary, MARCH 2011

updated on 2015-10-27 09:47:24 GMT+02:00


Mar 07, Monday

Time More info Files Video
08:00 Training by Training Partners - -
12:00 Lunch Time - -
13:00 Training by Training Partners - -

Mar 08, Tuesday

Time More info Files Video
08:00 Training by Training Partners - -
12:00 Lunch Time - -
13:00 Training by Training Partners - -

Mar 09, Wednesday

Time More info Files Video
08:00 Training by Training Partners - -
12:00 Lunch Time - -
13:00 Training by Training Partners - -
18:00 Early MUM registration, free drinks. Bring printed ticket! - -

Mar 10, Thursday

Time More info Files Video
08:00 MUM registration: Bring printed ticket! Exhibitor hall also is opened. - -
09:00 Introduction and new products by Normunds Rustanovics (MikroTik, Latvia) - -
09:45 RouterOS tips and tricks by Balazs Meretei (C4, Hungary) - -
10:30 HTB vs PCQ by Valens Riyadi (Citraweb, Indonesia) - -
11:15 The Dude – advanced setups and new features by Patrik Schaub (FMS Internetservice, Germany) - -
12:00 Lunch Time - -
13:00 802.11 vs nstreme by Pawel Cieplinski (Technologic, Poland) - -
13:30 BGP and OSPF Implementations by Dennis Burgess (Link Technologies, USA) - -
14:30 Securing Networks with MikroTik Router OS by Tom Smyth (Wireless Connect, Ireland) - -
15:30 IPv6 part 1: introduction by Bartłomiej Rodek (Interprojekt, Poland) - -
16:15 IPv6 part 2: routing protocols by Bartosz Mazurczyk (Interprojekt, Poland) - -
17:00 Mikrotik Nv2 wireless protocol by Andis Arins (SPX, Latvia) and Uldis Cernevskis (Mikrotik) - -

Mar 11, Friday

Time More info Files Video
08:00 Exhibitor hall. - -
09:00 Two case studies: Internet with 3G on public transports and a smart way to have autoconfigurable hotspots by Enrico Betti (Townet, Italy) - -
09:45 Routing Security - Threats and best practices for External and Internal Routing. by Wardner Maia (MD Brazil, Brazil) - -
10:45 Using Mikrotik's API along with PHP based management system by Mikolaj Jopczynski (Tychy Online, Poland) - -
11:15 Bridged to Routed by Dennis Burgess (Link Technologies, USA) - -
12:15 Lunch Time. 12:45 Birds of a feather discussion table about Metarouter. - -
13:15 RouterOS v5 released by Janis Megis, MikroTik (Latvia) - -
14:00 ID card based authentication in public WiFi hotspot by Imre Kuus (Sonictest, Estonia) - -
14:30 How to reach the maximum throughput in MIMO radio links by Ahmad Mortazavi (Deltalink Electronic, Turkey) - -
15:15 Largescale WiFi OSPF networking by Jan Hejtmánek (Discomp, s.r.o., Czech Republic) - -
15:45 Where do you want to go today? by Ing.Dezider Brigán (SEVENET s.r.o., Hungary) - -
16:30 Connecting homes with VPN by Vizi Gyorgy Tamas (Hungary) - -
17:00 Raffle and closing of MUM - -

Speaker Profiles and Presentation Abstracts

Training

Four MTCNA classes (English, German, Spanish, Hungarian) languages, one MTCWE (English), one MTCRE (English), one MTCTCE (English), one MTCUME (English) and one MTCINE (English) class.

Training

Four MTCNA classes (English, German, Spanish, Hungarian) languages, one MTCWE (English), one MTCRE (English), one MTCTCE (English), one MTCUME (English) and one MTCINE (English) class.

Training

Four MTCNA classes (English, German, Spanish, Hungarian) languages, one MTCWE (English), one MTCRE (English), one MTCTCE (English), one MTCUME (English) and one MTCINE (English) class.

Training

Four MTCNA classes (English, German, Spanish, Hungarian) languages, one MTCWE (English), one MTCRE (English), one MTCTCE (English), one MTCUME (English) and one MTCINE (English) class.

Training

Four MTCNA classes (English, German, Spanish, Hungarian) languages, one MTCWE (English), one MTCRE (English), one MTCTCE (English), one MTCUME (English) and one MTCINE (English) class.

Training

Four MTCNA classes (English, German, Spanish, Hungarian) languages, one MTCWE (English), one MTCRE (English), one MTCTCE (English), one MTCUME (English) and one MTCINE (English) class.

RouterOS tips and tricks

- introducing ROS features that people maybe never use. (eg. console redirection, e-mail, sms, packet sniffer etc)

HTB vs PCQ

This presentation will explore and compare HTB and PCQ method on RouterOS Bandwidth Management

The Dude – advanced setups and new features

Patrik Schaub, the founder of FMS Internetservice, has been a MikroTik professional since many years and is a certified trainer since 2007. This year he is giving his fourth presentation in a row at a European MUM and is talking about MikroTik's network monitoring system The Dude. The presentation will cover advanced setups of this excellent software tool and how it integrates in heterogeneous networks, that are not purely MikroTik based. While looking at such real world situations, new and little known features of the Dude are being given special attention. (The speaker is also offering a 2-day Dude training right before the MUM in the conference hotel.)

802.11 vs nstreme

Comparing quality (sector capacity, delays, packetloss ) of two protocols (802.11 vs nstreme) in real point to multi-point networks.

BGP and OSPF Implementations

Graphics, and information on how to get your own IPS, your own AS, and implementation of your BGP network.

Securing Networks with MikroTik Router OS

MikroTik Router OS Firewall its Features, rules and methodologies that can be used to protect your network from various threats present on the Internet.

IPv6 part 1: introduction

Basics of IPv6 networking. Addressing, stateless autoconfiguration and other IPv6 features explained. We will introduce features supported by RouterOS and explain how to build dual-stack network. We will also show how to obtain your own IPv6 prefix in case where there no possibility to get IPv6 connectivity natively.

IPv6 part 2: routing protocols

Live examples of configuration of IPv6 routing protocols. Presentation will cover the features and differences between IPv4 and IPv6 implementations. Lecture focuses on OSPFv3 but we will also explain RIPng and BGP configuration.

Mikrotik Nv2 wireless protocol

RouterOS5 introduces brand new TDMA based wireless protocol Nv2. Presentation covers compatibility, implementation and real world tests.

Presenter: Andis Arins (Mikrotik Certified Trainer; Mikrotik/Microsoft/Cisco certified professional)

Routing Security - Threats and best practices for External and Internal Routing.

Dynamic Routing is widely used by providers and corporations to ensure fast and automatically adaptations in case of topology changes, to provide redundancy, robustness and to allow administrative facilities. However, dynamic routing can be target of intentional and no intentional attacks that can cause a lot of problems, like located connectivity loss, total network disruption, and serious intentional threats like routes hijacking. For fighting against such attacks there are commonly accepted best practices for Internal and External Routing, that one can apply to minimize the risks and consequences. In this presentation we intend to show a conceptual overview of the threats and the best practices that one should adopt on Mikrotik RouterOS, as countermeasures to thwart such attacks. Appropriate routing filters, inner measures and configuration details will be discussed to propose better secure deployments and a real case scenario will be accessed to show the filters and configurations. About the presenter: Wardner Maia, Electronic and Telecommunications Engineer, technical director of MD Brasil IT & Telecom, Mikrotik Certified Trainer, member of board directors of LACNIC, the Internet Address Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean

Using Mikrotik's API along with PHP based management system

Currently we have our own system, to manage network, customers and payments. Also we have made integration with hotspot and huawei modem to send smses with tickets.

Bridged to Routed

Bridging to Routed Conversions. Best practices, information, and ideas

ID card based authentication in public WiFi hotspot

Public WiFi hotspots with ID Card (smartcard) authentication. Live demo.

How to reach the maximum throughput in MIMO radio links

In this presentation I will describe about how the MIMO technology works and important parameters which is involve in a MIMO radio link such as, RX level and importance of RX level of opposite chain, what is the polarity and cross polarization of the antenna ?, what is the port to port isolation of the antenna, what is the VSWR and how this parameters can effects in radio link performance.

Largescale WiFi OSPF networking

The OSPF was designed for approximately 70 routers in one area. We have built a network with more than 250 OSPF routers with an average of 9 5GHz transmitting cards at one point. In this short demonstration, I will be showing what we have come up with in terms of attenuation, bandwidth management and open-source and freeware remote configuration.

Where do you want to go today?

How to provide services to the customer without of need to travel on site? How to correct wrong settings and mistakes in network client equipments? How to detect and solve some networking problems? What we can do if the device does not responding? How to solve the problem, if the device responding but we can not login to the device. I believe these questions are important for all of us. MikroTik ROS has some possibilities to help us to make our work easy and more comfortably. Using of the presented MikroTik services in some cases seem maybe atypically, but they solve the problems and get the correct results quickly, without traveling anywhere.

Connecting homes with VPN

How to connect endpoints with dynamic addresses via VPN. Probably the best use-case is connecting 2 or more (probably xDSL) home-networks via the Internet to be one virtual LAN.