updated on 2015-10-27 09:47:26 GMT+02:00
|18:00||Meet and greet party, early registration. Bring your printed tickets!||-||-|
|08:00||Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens. Bring your printed tickets!||-||-|
|09:00||Opening and introduction, new products by MikroTik (Latvia)||-||-|
|09:30||MikroTik in carrier and ISP networks by Patrik Schaub (FMS Internetservice GmbH, Germany)||-||-|
|10:15||Advanced BGP Security, RTBH and LookingGlasses by Tom Smyth (Wireless Connect, Ireland)||-||-|
|11:00||MPLS Security with Mikrotik RouterOS by Wardner Maia (MD Brasil, Brazil)||-||-|
|12:00||Lunch (with voucher)||-||-|
|13:30||OSPF to the customer. Why and how. by Tomas Kirnak (Atris Spol. s r.o., Slovakia)||-||-|
|14:15||How to configure MikroTik wireless system to work effectively in noisy enviroment by Michael Gorzad ( Wireless Instruments, Poland)||-||-|
|15:00||Switch your RouterBoard by Daniel Starnowski (StarTik, Poland)||-||-|
|15:30||VPLS as a Backbone by Thierry Wehr (Widevoip / Chmurtz Sarl, France)||-||-|
|08:00||Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens||-||-|
|09:00||QoS in RouterOs v6.x by Alfredo Giordano (warian.net, Italy)||-||-|
|09:30||Traffic Shaping by Ron Touw (LinITX, United Kingdom)||-||-|
|10:15||Live experiments in MikroTik powered OpenFlow network by Andis Arins (router.lv, Latvia)||-||-|
|11:00||routed world by Jaromir Cihak (SysDataCom s.r.o., Czech Republic)||-||-|
|11:15||Dynamic QoS on RoSv6 by Valens Riyadi (Citraweb, Indonesia)||-||-|
|12:00||Lunch (with voucher)||-||-|
|13:30||Anycast routing system by Ali Sami (MikroTik 4 Middle East, Iraq)||-||-|
|14:30||Mastering SSH on MikroTik RouterOS by Martin Pina (hanacke.net, Czech Republic)||-||-|
|15:00||CloudCore Switches and Routers by Martin Krug (Certified Mikrotik Trainer, Slovakia)||-||-|
|15:30||Using the RB750UP as an Access Point Controller by Brian Horn (Winters Broadband Llc, USA)||-||-|
|16:15||Wireless extreme performance with RouterOs 6 by Andrea Grittini (Totalconn srl, Italy)||-||-|
|16:45||Raffle and closing of MUM||-||-|
See how MikroTik is beeing used in carrier and ISP networks
Tom will Discust the following advanced BGP Security, Remote Triggered Black Holes(RTBH), BGP LookingGlasses. using advanced Routing features in ROS to implement a co-ordinated distributed response to threats. Implementing Remote Triggered Black Holes (RTBH) and deploying looking glasses to ease routing diagnostics.
Originally conceived to enhance network forwarding speed and for traffic engineering applications, MPLS has rapidly evolved and enlarged its role becoming widely used as a solution for connectivity applications. Nowadays, Layer 2 and Layer 3 VPNs based on MPLS, are responsible for great part of big operators' revenue. On the other hand, small and medium telecom players can be, at the same time, users and providers of such services. Because of its intrinsic nature and topology, usually MPLS is considered as a trusted service provided by equally trusted operators. However, either configuration mistakes or malicious attacks can seriously compromise the availability of the services and also break the confidentiality and integrity of the virtual private networks. The purpose of the presentation is to give an overview of the MPLS services and its implementation on Mikrotik RouterOS, the involved concepts, common topologies and its characteristics related to security. Tools and techniques to break into a MPLS VPN will be discussed as well as the countermeasures and best practices to make such services really secure. About the presenter: Wardner Maia, Electronic/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.
Peering with your customers over OSPF for redundancy and load-balancing. Why, how, what about security, and what are the advantages and disadvanteges over other solutions.
One of the main problems in wireless networks is how to configure and what to do to get stable connections in noisy enviroment. I would like to present the way what to do with MikroTik stuff to help MikroTik users to create stable links in noisy terrain (in both cases - outdoor and indoor solutions, because there are different ways to get the best results in mentiones cases)
Almost all new RouterBoards have built-in switch chips. How can they help me? What is the cpu port? How to tag/untag vlans and configure routing between them? What else can I do? Few easy examples to understand the switch chip features.
Using VPLS in ISP multi POP backbone for resiliency and scalability
Explore a possible solution to implement double QoS in RouterOS v6.x
Managing the ever increasing demands of user traffic against the reality of the limited available backhaul bandwidth by using Mangle Rules, Address Lists and a PCQ powered Queue Tree
Mikrotik is providing not only rich set of common routing protocols but also OpenFlow interface for future software defined networking. Presentation covers live experiments in Mikrotik powered OpenFlow network.
Introduction of routed world project
Out of traditional presentation Ali Sami and Haider Fadeel will have case study and live demostration on IPv6 Anycast on the global network base on ROS and this presentation will continue to Manage IPv6 on Local Local Network
Using known and hidden features of SSH server inbuilt in MikroTik RouterOS. Case studies and examples.
Description and Workshop with a new devices, usability testing and suggested applications.
The features of the RB750UP together with scripting enable the creation of an Access Point controller with redundant power solutions based on utility, solar or wind sources.
We will investigate state of the art of the wireless performance in RouterOs and see how to apply in real case.