updated on 2015-10-27 09:47:26 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)||-||-|
|09:45||MikroTik RouterOS Security and BGP by Tom Smyth (Wireless Connect Ltd, Ireland)||-||-|
|10:30||Using MikroTik with GNS3 by Rick Frey (IP ArchiTechs, USA)||-||-|
|11:30||Anycast IPv4 by Greg Sowell (Greg Sowell Consulting, USA)||-||-|
|13:30||Cloud based, centralized monitoring and backup for Mikrotik routers by Jovan Strika (Macrotick Inc., USA)||-||-|
|14:00||Different scenarios when using RouterOS with Load Balancers by Scott Hammersley (IPArchiTechs, USA)||-||-|
|14:30||Introduction to 802.11ac on RouterOS by Brian Vargyas (Baltic Networks, USA)||-||-|
|15:15||Mikrotik powered OpenFlow network - make a step in future networking by Andis Arins (router.lv, Latvia)||-||-|
|16:00||The cocktail hour, sponsored by Streakwave (www.streakwave.com)||-||-|
|08:00||Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens||-||-|
|09:00||Network Architecture - Validated designs utilizing MikroTik in the Data Center by Kevin Myers (IP ArchiTechs, USA)||-||-|
|10:00||CCR Status Update by Janis Megis (MikroTik, Latvia)||-||-|
|10:45||Routing using /32 addressing by Brian Horn (Winters Broadband LLC, USA)||-||-|
|11:30||Various mikrotik uses by Justin Wilson (MTIN Consulting, USA)||-||-|
|13:30||What is 802.11ac by Ahmad Mortazavi (Deltalink Electronics Ltd., Turkey)||-||-|
|14:15||CAPsMAN Case Study by Uldis Cernevskis (MikroTik, Latvia)||-||-|
|15:00||RouterOS Common Mistakes and Simple Solutions by Steve Discher (LearnMikroTik.com, USA)||-||-|
|15:45||Wireless Single SSID by Tokunbo Omolokun (Global Connection, Nigeria)||-||-|
|16:15||Using DSCP for traffic separation, routing and load balancing by Tomas Kirnak (RF Elements, Slovakia)||-||-|
|16:45||Raffle and closing of MUM||-||-|
MikroTik RouterOS Security and BGP
An interesting way to do regional or load balanced routing.
How you can use Mikrotik scripting to send information to the cloud and how it is used to monitor and backup all your devices from a centralized location.
This presentation will focus on using RouterOS with Application Load Balancers to deliver highly redundant solutions. Main area of focus will be Data Center Ecommerce solutions and ISP Solutions.
This presentation will look into the difference of 802.11ac vs. 802.11n and how to configure a 802.11ac PtP link using NV2. We will go over channel planning, new terms that are introduced as well as tips/tricks to have a successful 802.11ac deployment. Baltic Networks USA owner Brian Vargyas, has over 10 years of networking and wireless experience as a former wireless ISP owner and large scale hotspot operator.
Mikrotik is providing not only rich set of common routing protocols but also OpenFlow interface for future software defined networking. Presentation covers experiments in Mikrotik powered OpenFlow network.
This presentation will explore validated network designs that utilize MikroTik CCR routers in a multitude of Data Center applications. Topics will include High Availability, InterVLAN routing beyond 10 Gbps, Core Architecture, Top of Rack, Layer 2 extension between Data Centers and VLAN rewrites.
One way to conserve IP addresses and eliminate subnets.
A mash up of how various mikrotiks can be used. From the data center to home users.
In this presentation, *RouterOS by Example* author and MIkroTik Trainer Steve Discher will present a list of common errors many RouterOS users encounter when using this powerful routing and firewall solution. After years of providing technical support to his students and customers, Steve has seen a pattern of common mistakes made by many RouterOS users and brings those together in his presentation. Each problem will be explained in detail including the technical *how's and why's* along with a solution. In addition, he will introduce some new, free, online tools developed by ISP Supplies, Inc. to specifically assist both new users as well as seasoned network engineers to help them build configurations quickly and easily.
Using a single ssid with multiple base stations for user access in a wifi environment. A case study of a Federal government project i did in Nigeria (Wireless Cloud for all universities in Nigeria using Mikrotik platform)