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PacNOG 7 Educational workshop & training

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Pagopago, American Samoa

Event Date
5) 28 June - 03 July, 2010

Terms and Conditions
Workshop forum and training event for Pacific Islands Network Operators

Related Document : PACNOG 7 DRAFT AGENDA.pdf
Related Document : PACNOG7 Participant Info_final2.pdf

see also

PacNOG 7 Educational workshop and training
is a continuation of capacity development program for the IP-ISP network operators from the Pacific Islands

In addition to the training and practical hands-on sessions, PacNOG events serve also to provide an informal networking forum that usually extends beyond the training classrooms for these network operators and trainers in regards to key operational topics, issues, and sharing of experiences.


Agenda developed in concjuntion with the countries and trainers constitute the tentative program as follows:

Day 1

- conference on practical topics and exchanges on networks
- tutorials on IPv6 implementation
- Linux/Unix begineers course

Day 2-6:

Training & Lab Session Tracks

Track 1
Network Routing
VOIP workshop

Track 2
Network Systems, IL Linux OS, SysAdmin and IP fundamentals
Building LAMP box, IP Services & Security
DNS infrastructure, robustness/reliability & best practices

see Agenda with the link above

The PacNOG 7 is kindly hosted by BlueSky Communications

Appreciation of support and sponsors

PacNOG is made possible with the initial and ongoin support of many organisations with common interests in the development and stability of IP-ISP network, its operations, services and the capacities. A special appreciation for ISOC in providing some fellowship funds to assist with participants travel costs.

Kind support are from Network Startup Resource Center and Cisco Systems for the expert trainers, and also to the following for the ongoing support: ICANN, National Science Foundation, O'Reilly Media, University of Oregon, APNIC, internetNZ, ISOC, ITU.

We look forward to continuing support and also support from other interested organisations.

Keep tuned to this page and at the PacNOG website for details and developments

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