updated on 2015-10-27 09:47:25 GMT+02:00
|18:00||Meet 'n' greet party, early registration||-||-|
|08:00||Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens. Bring your printed tickets!||-||-|
|09:00||Opening and introduction, new products by Normunds Rustanovics (MikroTik, Latvia)||-||-|
|09:30||Flashfig: How to batch configure RouterOS in as little as 3 seconds by Brian Vargyas (Baltic Networks, USA)||-||-|
|10:15||Embracing Netflix by Steve Discher (LearnMikroTik.com, USA)||-||-|
|11:00||Network Monitoring by Dennis Burgess (Link Technologies, Inc, USA)||-||-|
|13:00||MPLS for ISPs (PPPoE over VPLS) by Tomas Kirnak (Atris spol. s r.o., Slovakia)||-||-|
|14:00||BGP as an IGP for Carrier/Enterprise networks by Kevin Myers (IP ArchiTechs, USA)||-||-|
|14:45||Using the RB750UP as an Access Point Router by Brian Horn (Winters Broadband LLC, USA)||-||-|
|15:30||Building Effective Firwalls with RouterOS by Rick Frey||-||-|
|16:15||Cocktail Hour sponsored by Streakwave (www.streakwave.com)||-||-|
|08:00||Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens||-||-|
|09:00||RouterOS v6 workshop by Janis Megis (MikroTik, Latvia)||-||-|
|10:00||Cost effective complaint cloud hosting by Mason Ham (Zambit Technologies, USA)||-||-|
|10:45||Effective Virtual Route Forwarding Using RouterOS by Scott J Hammersley (IP ArchiTechs, USA)||-||-|
|11:15||Fault Tolerant designs by Justin Wilson (MTIN.NET, USA)||-||-|
|13:00||Wireless Tips and Tricks for RouterOS v6 by Uldis Cernevskis (MikroTik, Latvia)||-||-|
|14:00||Quality of Service in wireless Point-to-Point Links by Lutz Kleemann (meconet, Germany)||-||-|
|15:30||Raffle and closing of MUM||-||-|
Have you ever wanted to pre-configure 10-20 even more CPE devices for your field techs? How about needing to update RouterOS to a particular version you use on a regular basis and then apply a known configuration to that device? Baltic Networks owner, Brian Vargyas will show you how simple it is to configure any RouterOS device the way you like it in as little as 3 seconds. A live demonstration will immediately proceed the presentation.
As a WISP you have two choices - try desperately to suppress or limit streaming video on your network or embrace what will surely be the future of content delivery. One will ensure your ability to compete in a changing market, the other will save your place in history along with the Dinosaur and the Dodo Bird. Using MikroTik's powerful Layer 7 matchers and hierarchal token bucket QOS system, RouterOS by Example author Steve Discher will show you how to embrace, rather than resist streaming content on your network.
What to monitor, when to monitor, and how to monitor using Dude. Everyone needs to know how to use Network Monitoring, come see why you should be monitoring your network!
Implementing MPLS in ISP networks. How to enable PPPoE over VPLS in existing fully routed L3 networks. Configs will be presented as well as comparisons with alternatives. Advantages and issues arising from this topology will be discussed.
Using BGP as an IGP has been a growing trend among Network Designers for several years now. Large companies have migrated to BGP for all routing both internal and external to take advantage of the wide range of options that BGP offers. This technical discussion will explore designing and implementing BGP as an IGP on RouterOS equipment.
The RB750UP with its power control feature enables the configuration of powerful cost effective solutions through the use of scripting
This presentation will cover some of the most commonly asked questions about how use RouterOS to build effective firewalls. Examples will given that cover a range of user scenarios.
The world is changing and you need to do combination of public and private cloulds. In todays healthcare environment this can be very expensive. This talk will show you how to reduce this cost and complexity using RouterOS and VPNs
Explanation and use cases for using VRF's in a Mikrotik RouterOS platform. Many service providers, wireless and wireline, are needing the increased versatility of the VRF routing function. Sample configs, BGP uses and carrier influences will be made available.
Utilizing mikrotik router OS in faul tolerant setups.