PacNOG 6 Educational workshop and training is a continuation of capacity development program for the IP-ISP network operators from the Pacific Islands
Agenda developed in concjuntion with the countries and trainers and will constitute an advanced program running in the second week, as follows:
For week one (16-21 Nov) there will be two tracks with the following topics:
Network Management Tools
Internet Services Fundamentals (2 days)
Internet Resource Management Essentials
Network Routing (2 days)
VOIP workshop Setting up and implementing Asterisks (2 days)
For Week two (23-26 Nov), there will be two tracks also with the following topics
Advanced Routing (3 days)
IXP workshop (1 day)
Network Security and Forensics (3 days)
see Program attached in this website
Networking and exchange for development
Conference sessions to allow exchange and interactive discussions on case study, issues, challenges and opportunities will precede the classroom-laboratory hands-on type training conducted in 2 concurrent tracks.
A plan to extend training to the 2nd week on to cover advanced routing, security forensics and IXP workshop is now confirmed
Public & Stakeholder sessions
A half/day break on 24 Nov during week 2 will be taken to conduct a Cyber crime and security Stakeholders seminar.
Information and criteria for fellowships is now available with the appropriate link in this page. Note: in view of the limited budget and the desire to spread out participants, fellowships will be for partial assistance only. see guidelines and form enclosed
The PacNOG 6 is kindly hosted by Telecom Fiji Ltd
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 APNIC, Cisco Systems, ICANN, internetNZ, ISOC, ITU, Network Startup Resource Center, National Science Foundation, O'Reilly Media, University of Oregon;
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
For further information and interests, contact the PITA Manager