updated on 2015-10-27 09:47:24 GMT+02:00
|18:00||Evening drinks, meet and greet||-||-|
|08:00||Check-In. Bring your printed badge!||-||-|
|09:00||Opening Greeting by Arnis Riekstins, MikroTik (Latvia)||-|
|09:15||RouterBOARD roadmap by Normunds Rustanovics (MikroTik, Latvia)||-||-|
|09:30||Wireless consulting with help of Radio Mobile and winbox by Leo De Geer (Satellithuset, Sweden)||-|
|10:15||Building high-reliability Wireless CCTV networks for national government and law enforcement agencies by Stephen Patrick (CableFree Solutions, United Kingdom)||-||-|
|10:45||Reviewing the new R5H, how it compares to the other hardware choices. See the live results on a 80Km bad fresnel PTP link by Juliano Rastelli (iConecta, Brazil)||-||-|
|11:30||MikroTik Powered Performance Routers an elegant solution by Tom Smyth (Wireless Connect, Ireland)||-|
|12:15||OLPC and Mikrotik - Promoting Digital Inclusion and Deploying Broadband Connectivity for a whole country by Wardner Maia (MD Brasil, Brazil - in cooperation with Servinfo, Uruguay)||-||-|
|13:00||Lunch (Free of charge for Paid and Coupon registrants)||-||-|
|14:00||VLAN Workshop by Paul Eriksson (RoamingNet, Sweden)||-|
|14:45||MetaROUTER and RB411 CPE by Uldis Cernevskis (MikroTik, Latvia)||-|
|15:15||Wireless and City workshop by Martin Krug (Future Shop, Slovakia)||-|
|16:00||Dude Workshop by Patrik Schaub (FMS Internetservice, Germany)||-||-|
|16:45||Building custom probes and configuring equipment using SNMP with The Dude by Andrea Coppini (AIR Networks, Malta)||-|
|08:00||Check-In (Bring your barcoded name tag)||-||-|
|09:00||USB devices and RouterOS + RouterBOARD by Arnis Riekstins (MikroTik, Latvia)||-|
|09:30||Libraries and tools to manage Mikrotik boards using RouterOS API by Enrico Betti (Townet, Italy)||-|
|10:15||User Manager and HotSpot Case Study by Andrea Grittini (Wi4Net, Italy)||-|
|11:00||MPLS: how and where it works by Janis Megis and Maris Bulans (MikroTik)||-|
|11:45||QoS Case Study by Kryštof Klíma (Czech Republic)||-||-|
|12:30||Lunch (Free of charge for Paid and Coupon registrants)||-||-|
|13:30||Deploying Non Line of Sight Neighborhood Cells Using MikroTik by Steve Discher (learnmikrotik.com, USA)||-|
|14:15||Traffic Control and Priorities workshop by Janis Megis (MikroTik, Latvia)||-|
|15:00||IPv6 workshop by Piotr Janiec (AkademiaWifi.pl, Poland)||-||-|
|15:45||Out of the box (W)ISP solutions by Balazs Meretei (C4-NetWorks, Hungary)||-||-|
|16:30||Reality-TV from the wild side: streaming video 24x7 over WISP network by Priit Truusalu (Kernel AS, Estonia)||-||-|
This presentation are going to show how you with help of Radio Mobile and MikroTik Winbox are able to support customers in the world. Giving a god link budget calculations and coverages maps. Bring your GPS locations of your base stations with you.
RouterOS deployed in city-wide CCTV networks for police and government agencies CableFree integrates RouterOS into it's range of wireless products that are deployed in over 60 countries. Featuring rugged and powerful hardware, the products are used extensively in CCTV deployments by government agencies for crime prevention/detection, traffic violation, counter-terrorism and public safety applications. A number of high-profile international case studies including Emirates Police Force, Royal Thai Police, Bulgarian Police Force will be shown, and also details of a mobile video solution recently deployed for uplink/downlink live streaming video between police vehicles and control rooms via fixed towers.
MikroTik Router OS is one of the most powerful inter-network operating systems in existence. With it you can transform practically any computer into a router, however, If you require any type of performance network appliance you should know what you are technically getting for your money. Whether you are an IT Enthusiast or an IT Manager running a critical network, you must have confidence that the hardware you have specified is up to the task. In this presentation we will take you through what exactly you should be looking for in a performance appliance, what are the essential components of performance network appliances and what you should avoid if your are building your very own performance appliances.
OLPC (One Laptop per Child) is a project leaded by Massachusetts Institute of Technology - MIT whose mission is to empower the children of developing countries to learn by providing one connected laptop to every school-age child. In order to accomplish this, broadband connectivity and Internet access is absolutely necessary. While a lot of Countries are still making tests, Uruguay was the first Country of the World that adopted the Project for 100% of their Children. The main challenge is to provide a huge network formed by a lot of types of physical connections and that allies performance, robustness, and a high level of security. The presentation will show an overview of Mikrotik equipments that are being employed to deploy the infra structure to form the access cells, the point to point links and mainly the security solutions that are being implemented in an automated way for all the Laptops in a transparent way for the children.
This is a technical workshop covering VLAN and interoperability between Mikrotik and different brands. Configuration samples will be shown, how-to setup VLAN in Mikrotik to operate with Cisco and HP Procurve switches.
Wildlife enthusiasts wished to observe some spots in the forest with good quality video and sound. Our part of the project consists of streaming the video from IP-camera to video distribution server. Mikrotik links on 5GHz wireless radios were used, both dedicated links and shared with other customers. Technical details and experience gathered will be shared to audience and also some possible pitfalls discussed. Discussion includes choices of video compression, transmission protocols, and particularly tuning wireless parameters to achieve decent 24x7 stability on shared network. Some amusing video clips of black stork nest and wild boars feeding will be shown.