About PacNOG 25
PacNOG 25th Educational workshop and training is a continuation of capacity development program for the IP-ISP network operators from the Pacific Islands.
Date and Location
02-06 December, 2019, in Suva FIJI
The University of the South Pacific has kindly provided venue for PacNOG 25 at its Laucala Campus, in Suva Fiji [USP Main Campus]
Pre-Registration for PacNOG 25 is now open.
Registration fee will apply and be determined once costs for catering are finalized. It could be in the range of USD100 (+) and payable to PITA at the PITA Office (EFTPOS/Debit or Credit Card) or by direct bank transfer-deposit. (refer payment information with Participant Information once released)
The participant information is to be released soon. This document contain information for venue, hotel, registration information, local travel and relevant logistics.
The Program for PacNOG 25 will be as follows.
Day 1 (Monday, 24th June)
Morning: Plenary Conference (full agenda to be provided soon)
Day 2 (Tuesday 25th June) - Day 5 (Friday 28th June): Technical Workshops - 2 Tracks
Track 1: Campus Network Design and Operations Workshop
Dr. Philip Smith (NSRC)
Class size: 30
Track 2: BGP, Peering and Routing Security Workshop
[IP Routing with Security]
Etuate Cocker (APNIC Community)
Class size: 28
Presentations and Photos
Copies of Presentations, Group Photo and collection of Photos from PacNOG 25 Conference will be made available to the PacNOG website url
For further information please contact the PITA Manager.
Supporting Organisations & Sponsors
PacNOG is made possible with the ongoing support of many organisations with common interests in the development and stability of the Internet network infrastructure, operations, services and performance. We are always interested in expressions of interest of support from other organisations who share our desire to improve the Internet in the Pacific.
Organisations who wish to support PacNOG meetings should please contact the PITA Manager.
We'd like to acknowledge the generous sponsorship and support of
3. Network Startup Resource Center,
wit the National Science Foundation, O'Reilly Media and University of Oregon.