updated on 2015-10-27 09:47:24 GMT+02:00
|18:00||Evening drinks, meet and greet||-||-|
|20:00||TBA by TBA||-||-|
|09:00||New RouterBOARD products by Arnis Riekstins (MikroTik, Latvia)||-||-|
|09:45||Long Distance Wireless Link over the Sea by Andres Castro, Intellioffice (Colombia)||-||-|
|10:30||Using Hotspot with User Manager in Brazil WISP setups by Magdiel Da Costa Santos, FS Internet (Brazil)||-||-|
|11:15||The ABC of wireless links by Johan Fuhri, Poynting Antennas (South Africa)||-|
|12:00||Is your Network really secure? The weakness of the widely used methods to secure the access to Wired and Wireless Networks. Attacks against PPPoE and Hotspot. by Wardner Maia, MD Brasil (Brazil)||-|
|15:15||Using API to implement and automate Advertisement Pages for Mikrotik WISPs that improve PPPoE authentication in RADIUS by Sergio Ferreira de Brito, ALOO INTERNET BANDA LARGA (Brazil)||-|
|16:00||Enhanced ISP Services with Mikrotik RouterOS by Frederico Augusto de Figueiredo Lichti (Brazil)||-||-|
|16:45||Mikrotik solutions on Digital Cities applications by David Belgine (WDC Networks)||-|
|09:00||Applying QoS politics by Sergio Souza (Brazil)||-|
|09:45||Very affordable long distance link. Putting a RB433 at it's best! 30 mbp/s - 80 Km P2P link 0 packet loss and 100% CCQ! by Juliano Rastelli, iConecta (Brazil)||-||-|
|10:30||Optimization of wireless Networks and Long Range Solutions by Nicola Sanchez, Microwave Wireless Telecom (Brazil)||-|
|11:15||Control and Uninterruptible Power Supply for Base Station by Ing. Rodrigo Garbi (Argentina)||-||-|
|12:00||Using MPLS in Mikrotik by German Gonzalez Navarro (Mexico)||-|
|12:45||IPTV Case study by David Marcony (Brazil)||-|
|15:15||Progress in Wireless Mesh Networks with Mikrotik RouterOS How to deploy Mesh Network with high performance, reliability, and security using WDS/MME/HWMP+ by Wardner Maia, MD Brasil (Brazil)||-|
|16:00||RouterOS and USB devices by Arnis Riekstins (MikroTik, Latvia)||-|
|16:30||Raffle and Closing of MUM||-||-|
There is a common misconception among Internet Service Providers that PPPoE and Hotspot can provide security in a Wired or Wireless Networks. ISP's do not like to hear that their Networks are insecure only with this methods, but in fact in most cases they really are. All the time the Providers and their customers are exposed do DoS and man-in-the-middle attacks. The future of those operators is strongly tied to the security measures they will implement on their networks.The main purpose of this presentation is to show the weakness of the methods commonly used and the way to ensure real security.
The purpose of the presentation is to clarify what is QoS - Quality of Service in the environment of a Computer Network managed by a Mikrotik RouterOS Gateway.
The presentation deals with the system configuration, presenting a global vision in a technical and managerial point of view of this important concept that has fundamental importance for data and multimedia transmission. It will be showed in a generic and global way, how IT administrators should see, plan and implement QoS on their Networks as well the protocols, techniques and trends. The presentation will cover QoS for traditional and Wireless networks with emphasis in VoIP.
Portugese: Aplicando políticas de QoS.
A apresentação tem o objetivo de esclarecer o que é QoS – Quality of Service - no ambiente de uma Rede de Computadores, gerenciadas por um gateway Mikrotik RouterOS. O apresentação trata das configurações do sistema, apresentando uma visão global, tanto gerencial quanto técnica, sobre esse conceito abrangente – e de suma importância para as transmissões de dados e multimídia. Serão demonstradas, de uma maneira ampla e genérica, as formas como administradores de T.I. devem enxergar, planejar e implementar suas redes com QoS, e os protocolos, técnicas e tendências existentes para tal. Serão abordadas as QoS para redes tradicionais, para wireless, e VoIP.
Wireless Mesh Networks have been widely used for providing citywide broadband service. There are several Companies in the market offering their solutions, in most case proprietary, to attend the growing demand. Mikrotik RouterOS offers a lot of options for Wireless Mesh Networks deployments that can be configured in a proprietary mode for a robust performance or according to standards, allowing the use Mikrotik together of commodity equipment. The main goal of the presentation is to give an overview of the Mesh Networks solutions in the market, the basic guidelines to implement Mesh with Mikrotik RouterOS and to report experiences of practical implementations.