updated on 2016-12-20 09:02:52 GMT+02:00
|Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens. Bring your printed tickets
|Opening and introduction, new products by Sergejs Boginskis (MikroTik, Latvia)
|Radar Detect and DFS on MikroTik by Ron Touw (LinITX, United Kingdom)
|Dynamic VPNs - Faking DMVPN Like connectivity by Welby McRoberts (Welby McrOberts, United Kingdom)
|Keeping your rack cool with one /ip route rule by Marek Isalski (Faelix Limited, United kingdom)
|Using RoMON and CHR with GNS3 by Christopher Lewis Humphreys (United Kingdom)
|EOIP fun: Two Handy Uses for Ethernet over IP Tunnel by Mike Everest (DuxTel Pty Ltd, Australia)
|Mikrotik Firewall: raw table by Achmad Mardiansyah (Telkom University, Indonesia)
|Dynamic firewalling by Barry Higgins (Allness IT, United Kingdom)
|Managing 1500 MikroTiks with a single click by Tomas Kirnak (Atris Spol. s r.o., Slovakia)
|CAPsMANv2 by Aidan Venn (Observ It Ltd, United Kingdom)
|Mikrotik CHR on Azure - setup and use cases by Werner Liebetegger (mikrotik-academy.EU, Austria/Germany)
|Raffle and closing of MUM
|Drinks sponsored by MikroTik, socializing and networking
Since v6.37 it is now a mandatory requirement for DFS on MikroTik RouterOS when using 5GHz frequencies. This talk focuses on the issues raised and provides solutions and best practice advice.
As part of a "Freind2Freind" VPN set up between some friends and colleagues I've created a script that setups VPN connections (and appropriate routing peers) between the locations and handles the addition of new peers.
In this presentation I'll go over the concept of a dynamic vpn (with some quick comparisons to DM-VPN) and how this can be achieved on a RouterOS device and what the pitfalls of a semi-public peering can be.
Thousands of bots are hammering your IP addresses with brute-force password attempts, DDoS attacks, and other unwanted traffic. Don't want the bad guys to waste CPU cycles on your servers? Marek will explain how Faelix Limited integrated intrusion detection systems, fail2ban, FastNetMon, and other systems with some MikroTik CCRs at our network edge.
This presentation covers our experience with MikroTiks in the default-free zone, common abuse traffic patterns, honeypots, and some ideas how to help black-hat SEO "comment spam" consultants transition to a more ethical form of employment.
A look at how Cloud Hosted Router used in conjunction with RoMON in GNS3 has made learning and building networks in virtualisation super simple.
Mike Everest of DuxTel Australia, demonstrates two real world applications for Ethernet over IP - connect to a remote WiFI network as if you are there, and bonding of multiple independent internet uplinks (even ADSL by different ISPS!) for aggregated throughput. ONLY WITH MIKROTIK!
In this presentation I will talk about a new firewall table named raw which is available since version 3.36. There will be a live demo which shows how this feature is configured.
Dynamic firewalling utilising various aspects of RouterOS plus integration of scripting to create even more powerful tools in the pursuit of active security
How to manage thousands of MikroTiks with a single click; or how to automate configuration management, backup and provisioning in mass-scale uniform networks.
My Experiences with CAPsMANv2 including performance testing and results.
Presentation walks through a setup of Cloud Hosted Routers on Azure and shows some use cases in network management.