updated on 2020-02-26 15:05:41 GMT+02:00
|Check-in and Exhibitor hall opens. Bring your printed tickets
|Opening and introduction, new products by MikroTik by Normunds Rustanovics
|Effective Web Content Filtering and Clean Internet using MikroTik RouterOS by Andrew Wilson
|IoT welcomes MikroTik by Hannes Willemse (MiRO Distribution, South Africa)
|Mobile Wifi with GPS Tracking using Mikrotik's LtAP by Timothy Symonds (Scoop Distribution, South Africa)
|MikroTik and Behaviour based IDS by Paul Greeff
|BGP vs OSPF vs RIP vs MME - Battle of the Dynamic Protocols by David Savage (MikroTikSA, South Africa)
|MikroTik Hotspots and Mobile GPS-enabled hotspots by Nico Sassenberg (Click Networks.co.za, )
|Trainers: Improvise, Adapt & Grow by Victor Kemp (Voxtelecom, South Africa)
|David vs Goliath by Willard Shoko (Flopetroleum, )
|Raffle and closing of MUM
This presentation will show users how to create a robust Internet Content Filter as well as human readable reports into their Internet traffic using the MikroTik RouterOS.
1. What is IoT - where can we use it, case study.
2. Equipment needed - Sensor/Actuator, Internet/Network, Storage/Analyzing platforms, Application/Action.
3. Sensor connectivity technologies - Why LoRa
4. Internet gateways - Why MikroTik
5. Storage platform - Why The Things Network
7. Simple sample using MikroTik.
We have always loved the idea of being able to provide basic internet services to our own company vehicles as well as being able to track them with one device. This is how we did it.
This presentation will illustrate to users how, using their MikroTiks they can provide effective and proactive IDS that will address known and unknown threats as well as zero day attacks, identify and kill ransomware connections and much more.
MikroTik provides a number of dynamic routing protocols that can be deployed to build robust, fault tolerant layer 3 networks. This presentation will explore the fundamental differences between these protocols, and help provide guidelines on when to deploy them and why.
How we use MikroTik Hotspot as a marketing platform in the hospitality industry. Mobile hotspots for fleet and transport industry with GPS.
Trainers: Improvise, Adapt & Grow
For all who are interested in becoming a MikroTik trainer, the presentation to follow will give some idea of what is involved, along with some of the challenges and rewards.
Brief description in what is involved in becoming a trainer from my perspective.
Lobbying for company approval
Deciding on which TTT to attend
Getting to Latvia
Experiences in Latvia
The course, The trainer, the class
Setting up a training session
Plan calendar and advertise
Waiting for bookings and some of the questions we receive
The Venue and its challenges
Finding, booking, approval, etc
Does it meet the needs?
Arriving early to check and prep
Internet, WiFi, food, beverages
Seating, power, facilities
On time? Hah!
Students setting up
The Bright vs the Not So Bright
Challenges your knowledge Challenges your patience
1-3 anecdotes more anecdotes
The Exam and Certification
Tears and Joy
To be a successful trainer is to learn how to Improvise, Adapt and Grow.
How we were able to use RB951s as a cloud core router to service more than 700 people on a Hotspot at the Vic Falls Carnival to do a survey and provide internet. The Vic Falls Carnival is one of the biggest Parties in Sub Saharan African.