EUROPE on March 07 - 08, 2019

Agenda for MUM in EUROPE, MARCH 2019

updated on 2019-02-14 10:14:25 GMT+02:00


Mar 06, Wednesday

Time Presentation Files Video
18:00 Meet 'n' greet party, early registration - -

Mar 07, Thursday

Time Presentation Files Video
08:00 Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens. Bring your printed tickets - -
09:00 Opening and introduction, new products by MikroTik - -
09:30 Common MikroTik OSPF mistakes and how to avoid them by Lorenzo Busatti (Grifonline S.r.l., Italy) - -
10:00 IPv6 new features and dual stack limit implementation. by Leo De Geer (Satellithuset i Limmared AB, Sweden) - -
10:45 TOP10 best practice tips for RouterOS configuration by Andis Arins, SPX SIA (router.lv - Andis Arins, Latvia) - -
11:15 Monitoring and debugging (with) RouterOS by Patrik Schaub (FMS Internetservice GmbH, Germany) - -
12:00 Lunch - -
13:30 Building a fully redundant ISP Core Backbone with MikroTik by David Nölte (MiSaxNet GmbH, Germany) - -
14:15 TR-069 and genieACS: Practical configuration by Jorge Castellet Marques (YaTuAprendes, Spain) - -
15:00 Optimising Your MikroTik Layer2 configuration by Jono Thompson (BirchenallHowden Ltd, United Kingdom) - -
15:45 Let's take a look at the Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) - Reasons to switch from RSTP to MSTP. by Sebastian Inacker (FMS Internetservice GmbH, Germany) - -

Mar 08, Friday

Time Presentation Files Video
08:00 Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens. Bring your printed tickets - -
09:00 MikroTik complete solution for ISP by Flávio Gomes Figueira Camacho (Vipnet Baixada Telecomunicacoes e Informatica LTDA, Brazil) - -
09:45 Network Design - Using MikroTik CHR as an MPLS router by Kevin Myers (IP ArchiTechs, USA) - -
10:45 This is Why I Hate MikroTik by David Savage (MikroTikSA, South Africa) - -
11:30 Understanding throughput. by Jānis Meģis (MikroTik, Latvia) - -
12:15 Lunch - -
13:45 Security analysis of recent RouterOS exploits by Tomas Kirnak (Atris Spol. s r.o., Slovakia) - -
14:30 MikroTik QoS Wireless PTP by Muhammad Zishan Shaukat (Tristar Technologies, Pakistan) - -
15:30 Repository based RouterOS script distribution by Christian Hesse (Christian Hesse, Germany) - -
16:15 Raffle and closing of MUM - -

Speaker Profiles and Presentation Abstracts

Common MikroTik OSPF mistakes and how to avoid them

Installing and configuring OSPF is about understanding more than just how to configure RouterOS. By avoiding common mistakes and assumptions made when deploying OSPF using RouterOS can lead to a higher quality of installation. We will be covering some of the pitfalls we've seen and show how to avoid them.

TOP10 best practice tips for RouterOS configuration

TOP10 best practice tips for RouterOS configuration

Monitoring and debugging (with) RouterOS

The growing number of devices and the increasing complexity of even medium sized networks are creating new challenges for their operation. Management, monitoring, logging and debugging are becoming time consuming and sometimes complicated tasks. This presentation will show approaches on how to complete these tasks successfully with and for MikroTik RouterOS.

Building a fully redundant ISP Core Backbone with MikroTik

You are planning to become an ISP or planning on upgrading your current Core Backbone Infrastructure? We will show you how to build a fully redundant ISP Core Backbone with Switches and Cloud Core Routers including BGP, OSPF and other required features. MiSaxNet is an ISP in East Germany running wireless, coaxial and wired Internet services.

TR-069 and genieACS: Practical configuration

We will configure the genieACS from scratch to use it with our mikrotik. We will configure our system so that among other things, verify the version of the routerOS at the reboot and update if necessary, configure the wireless interface (by device) and other parameters of the mikrotik (for all)

Optimising Your MikroTik Layer2 configuration

This presentation will help you to understand and use the new Layer 2 features that are found in the new bridge settings since 6.41. This presentation will focus on Layer 2 configuration and how to obtain the best performance from your hardware. This presentation will encourage you use the new MikroTik hardware and features correctly. This presentation will also look at some of the issues related to improper use of Router OS Layer 2 features.

Let's take a look at the Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) - Reasons to switch from RSTP to MSTP.

MSTP is different from RSTP, so you have to understand and test new things - also you may already know the functionality of RSTP. (Or you had been able to ignore all the details because it just works.) So why learn new things? Features - of course. I will explain the fundamentals you need to know to understand the available configuration options for your MSTP setup. I will also talk about and show setups, where you should build your network with MSTP instead of RSTP.

MikroTik complete solution for ISP

Vipnet is a telecommunications operator that uses only mikrotik, the presentation will show that RouterOS is a complete solution, I will introduce and show you how we implemented a fault-tolerant Broad Band Access Server, which allocates each client an IPv4 and IPv6, as we automatically insert the rules of each client into the firewall, as we do the marking of the packets and application of the QoS rules, how we implemented the routes. The presentation is a tutorial on how to implement a complete and extremely functional solution with mikrotik.

Network Design - Using MikroTik CHR as an MPLS router

This presentation will review the performance and configuration of a MikroTik CHR in MPLS networks Specific Topics include: Hypervisor selection (ESXi,KVM,Hyper V) NIC Selection MTU settings and impact Performance using Explicit Null vs. Implicit Null Throughput MPLS L2 and L3 VPN performance MPLS TE performance

This is Why I Hate MikroTik

Through the years I have heard many misconceptions about RouterOS. This highlights some of the common complaints about RouterOS, why they are misguided, and how to fix them.

Understanding throughput.

Lets talk about MikroTik device throughput, how one should test it, what is common misunderstandings and how to improve the numbers

Security analysis of recent RouterOS exploits

In this presentation, we analyze the recent RouterOS exploits that utilized Vault7, Winbox client-side and Winbox server-side vulnerabilities. How were the attacks performed? What did the attackers do with exploited routers? What was the impact and the spread of the attacks? Finally, we will talk about security, and how to protect yourself from exploits like these in the future by analyzing what should have been done by network administrators to prevent these exploits.

MikroTik QoS Wireless PTP

MikroTik RouterOS offer a very powerful and extremely flexible QoS in wireless environment.

Repository based RouterOS script distribution

Scripting is a powerful feature in RouterOS, managing dozens of scripts on hundreds or thousands of devices is a challenging task. All you need is a web server - let scripts do the work for you!