updated on 2019-05-15 10:32:50 GMT+03:00
|09:00||Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens. Bring your printed tickets||-||-|
|10:00||Opening and introduction, new products by MikroTik||-|
|10:45||Wireless workshop by Menno van Krimpen (Libernet B.V., Netherlands)||-|
|11:15||MikroTik Quality of Service in VoIP networks by Aris Vink (SDC B.V., Netherlands)|
|12:00||Management and monitoring approaches for RouterOS by Patrik Schaub (FMS Internetservice GmbH, Germany)|
|14:15||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)|
|15:00||The Dude by Henk Veldkamp (MikroTrain, Netherlands)|
|15:45||Wireless to Wireless by Payam Poursaied (Payam, Canada)|
|16:15||Raffle and closing of MUM||-||-|
|16:30||Beer & Soft Drinks by MikroTik, Socializing & Networking||-||-|
In this presentation we will talk about the requirements of VoIP traffic in company networks and how to adress them with RouterOS queing mechanisms.
Operation is becoming an important challenge in today’s network environment. A constantly growing number of devices, more complex structures and more critical services require network professionals to have the best insight possible into their infrastructure. This presentation will introduce different tools and solutions, which help network operators to do their work efficiently and to detect and solve networking issues as early as possible.
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.
I will present the the dude in general but wan't to focus on adjusting the appearance with Functions and SNMP (number of clients on an access point for instance). Also I wan't to give an overview of adding tools, adding notification options or adding charts or networks.
Back in 2016 MikroTik added a nice and unique feature to the RouterOS and RouterBOARDs which allows utilizing "Virtual Wireless Interface" to have simultaneously two interfaces one in AP mode and the other in Station mode on a single radio. This presentation aims to review such configuration and some of the applications which are possible based on this feature and the drawbacks. One of the main applications of this solution is securing actual clients and preventing the disclosure of them by putting the nodes behind a simple and handy RouterBOARD while connecting to a wireless network.