Objectives


Train the participants to install and maintain routers that guarantee high performance in nation wide computer networks.


Pre-requisites


This track is directed to technical people with knowledge in the basic principles of network technology, including basic networking techniques, and need to go beyond the basic to face the challenges imposed by the growth of the network traffic and requirements of new technologies. Participants will be able to configure high end Cisco routers with extended capabilities.

Coordinator


José A. Domínguez (jad@ns.uoregon.edu)

Instructors


José A. Domínguez <jad@ns.uoregon.edu>
Carlos Vicente <carlos@ns.uoregon.edu>


Content


- Leveling
- Route exchange (Peering Vs Transit)
- BGP

- IP Multicast
. IGMP (IGMP Snooping)
. DVMRP
. PIM
. MBGP
. MSDP
. SSM

- IP Telephony
. FXO/FXS/E&M/Digital T1
. QoS

- QoS
. IP Precedence
. Queueing
. CAR
. Traffic Shapping
. Policy-based Routing
. Netflow Analysis

- IPv6
- NAT


Capacity


Maximum of 30 Participants.