Track 6 - Designing Campus and Research & Education Networks
(TENTATIVE PROGRAM)

 

Objective

The workshop will help participants to understand the basics on designing data-networks for universities, using standardized practices to keep the smooth operation of the network and its growth in a structured way. Program and further details in the spanish page

Requirements

Basic knowledge on data networks operation, including Ethernet and TCP / IP.


Intended Audience

Engineers working directly on network design and operation within an university environment.

Coordinator

  • José A. Domínguez

Instructors

  • Carlos Armas
  • José A. Domínguez
  • Jeffry Handal
  • Jeff Hite

Track 1: Wireless Networks

Training of participants in the use of tools and techniques for installing...

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Track 2: IPv6 Deployment

Following, a detailed description of the course which will be imparted as...

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Track 3: Network Management

Provide participants with a set of structured theoretical principles on...

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Track 4: Security Informatics

This track will provide the participants with an overview of the...

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Track 5: High Availability and Virtualization

Provide an overview to participants, for acquire theoretical and Practical bases...

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Track 6: Designing Campus Networks

The workshop will help participants to understand the basics on...

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Track 7: Wireless Sensor Networks

In this workshop we will present the use of various low-cost...

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Organizing Institutions

International Sponsors

                    

          

Acknowledgements

 

 

Special thanks to the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the support given to WALC and EsLaRed through the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC).