updated on 2018-03-02 12:05:24 GMT+02:00
|08:00||Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens. Bring your printed tickets||-||-|
|09:00||Opening and introduction, new products by MikroTik||-||-|
|09:45||Case study on deployment of RouterOS products in Africa by Michael Omondi (McCharles Consulting Ltd, Kenya)|
|10:15||Load balancing and failover in RouterOS by Ambrose Ahurra (Simplifi networks, Uganda)|
|10:45||How IPv6 Changes the world by Mani Raissdana (M.IT.S Co. - Mani Raissdana, Turkey)|
|11:30||Quality of Service in Wireless,Bridge PTP Link by Muhammad Zishan Shaukat (Tristar Techlonogies, Pakistan)|
|13:45||MikroTik SwitchOS Basic VLAN Configuration by Adhie Lesmana (PowerNet Liberia, Indonesia)|
|14:15||Data Center Interconnect (EoIP) by Moeez Aftab (Allied Bank Ltd, Pakistan)|
|15:00||Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and connecting to an Internet eXchange Point (IXP) by Diarmuid O'Briain (netLabs!UG, Makerere University, Uganda)|
|15:30||Mikrotik For Universities by Bosco Mulwa (Spu, Kenya)|
|16:00||MikroTik and the Cloud by Louis Murimi Njoka (Ripplewave, Kenya)|
|16:30||Raffle and closing of MUM||-||-|
|17:00||Soft drinks & snacks sponsored by MikroTik, socializing and networking||-||-|
We explore the challenges facing Network admins, ISPs/WISPs and enterprises at large and how RouterOS has bridged the gap to ease the pain.
Using more than one internet connection to balance traffic for higher throughput and failover using per-connection classifier and policy routing
Im Sure all of you are already noticed, but I'd like to warn you again that IPv4 runs out, world is IPv6 world, and there is no doubt that in near future, there will be no option more than IPv6 to route the world,
Let's see what it is
MikroTik RouterOS offer a very powerful and extremely flexible QoS in wireless environment.
Basic VLAN configuration, Port Grouping, Trunk, Tagging, isolation on RB260GSP & CSS326.
We are going to connect two data centers placed at two different geographical locations over Layer 3 IP based network infrastructure.
Many small to medium ISPs have built their networks using the MikroTik range of products and transit from their network via a Point to Point link to an upstream provider. The upstream provider is in the position of strength as they typically provide IP addressing from their own block and therefore it is hard to switch. Additionally their customers may not be benefiting from the IXP keeping local traffic local. By simply applying to AFRINIC for an AS number and their own IP address range the ISP can connect to the IXP as well as increase the number of upstream providers they can connect to. This presentation will demonstrate how the BGP protocol is configured to achieve this.
Intercampus connectivity with MikroTik. I wish to demonstrate on my presentation how we have benefited as a University as a result of implementing MikroTik.
MikroTik implementation for the cloud - Cloud Hosted Router (CHR), use cases. The case for a hardware cloud appliance.