updated on 2019-01-30 08:01:09 GMT+02:00
|08:00||Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens. Bring your printed tickets||-||-|
|09:00||Opening and introduction, new products by Martins Strods (MikroTik, Latvia)||-|
|09:45||The real story: hidden security audit of misconfigured public Wi-Fi network by Nikita Tarikin (MikroTik PRO, Russia)|
|11:15||Hotspot User Management With Radius, Case Study by Ninh Nguyen (Ictech, Vietnam)|
|13:30||Implementing Network Security with MikroTik RouterOS IP Firewall Advanced and Extra Conditions by Uxville Unabia (Inquirinity Computer Academy, Philippines)|
|14:00||VRRP by Farzad Heydari (Farzad Heydari, Vietnam)|
|14:30||Layer 2 VPN with MikroTik by Ye Wint Aung (AGB communication, Myanmar)|
|15:00||MikroTik load balancing with PCC and common problems by Binh Nguyen Dang Thai (Uranus Information Technology JSC, Vietnam)|
|15:45||Using MikroTik DHCP Server for Network Management. by Norberto F. Inlayo III (Siena College of Taytay, Philippines)|
|16:15||CHR in a NAS VM environment by Jason Yeo (Jason Yeo, Singapore)|
|16:30||OSPF Special Area Implementation by Antonius Duty Susilo (Antonius Duty Susilo, Indonesia)|
|17:00||Raffle and closing of MUM||-||-|
|17:30||Beer & Soft Drinks by MikroTik, Socializing & Networking||-||-|
An exciting and instructive real story of getting remote wireless access to a misconfigured network. This story is about typical admin inattention when configuring public Wi-Fi network. I will show you all hidden features of MikroTik RouterOS to improve the security and performance of your public networks, providing detailed explanations, instructions and recommendations.
Case Study using external Radius Server to manage hotspot wifi users. This configuration works with VRRP for Active/Standby CORE and Load balancing 4 WANs with priority by Group user.
Using MikroTik RouterOS built-in plethora of IP firewall features in implementing a network security baseline. Ensures network administrators are well-aware of the various tools available to bolster network security posture
Describes the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) support in RouterOS. Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) provides a solution by combining number of routers into logical group called Virtual Router (VR). VRRP implementation in RouterOS is compliant to VRRPv2 RFC 3768 and VRRPv3 RFC 5798
Overview of VPN VPN types supported by MikroTik L2 VPN and L3 VPN Point to Point type and Point to Multi Point type of VPN L2 VPN configuration
Company network with multiple Internet links to increase traffic load, redundancy is very common nowadays. A frequent request we receive is how to use a MikroTik router to get more bandwidth by ‘joining’ multiple Internet links together. Users can not access resources from Internet via NATed network, can not access router via all Internet links after configuring MikroTik PCC, how to balance for multiple Internet links with different speeds, and so on. Workshop arms help understanding, configuring policy routing with MikroTik PCC correctly and efficiency.
Practical use of MikroTik DHCP Server for monitoring and managing devices in a network. Exploring MikroTik DHCP Server's different features and give sample applications that can be used by a network administrator in doing network management.
Fully utilizing a NAS within an office environment for Routing and Storage in a single box
The OSPF link state routing protocol uses the concept of Areas, which are sub-domains within the OSPF domain. A router within an Area maintains the complete topology information of that Area.To understand the OSPF Area types, review of OSPF LSA types. There are several area types. This presentation will explain the theory of OSPF special areas and the configurations.