Third Meeting


6th June 2019


Claranet Portugal
Rua Quintinhas 1
2790-145 Carnaxide
38.721563, -9.230171





sponsored by: Claranet
Programme Commitee’s Presentation
«Segment Routing Execution in SP Networks»

Paulo Valente, Cisco

Abstract: Segment Routing has become one of the most relevant technologies
in the networking industry today, for its ability to simplify current IP/MPLS transport networks but also for providing the right toolkit for the SDN-based application-drive networks of the future. The objective of this session is to present the technology and
current implementations with MPLS data plane, as well as the use of the new IPv6 data plane to address new requirements like the slicing architecture required for future 5G services.

«Microservices patterns for network design»

Marco Marzetti, PCCW Global

Abstract: PCCW Global provides IP, MPLS and Voice services at global scale and i have the luck to be part of the Network Architecture team. Over the last months we’ve started re-designing our network around a pattern which brings the concepts from both Microservices and NFV. This talk defines the relevant aspects of both Microservices and NFV, explains how those are combined together to define the pattern.

«Introduction to pmacct, Latest on BGP monitoring»

Paolo Lucente, NTT Communications

sponsored by: Claranet
«12 Steps for deployment of IPv6»

Jordi Palet Martinez, The IPv6 Company

Abstract: This talk will provide a guided tour in 12 steps towards the complete
deployment of IPv6 in ISP networks.

«Peering Economics 101»

Susan Forney, Hurricane Electric

Abstract: – Why is Peering Never Free?
– When is Peering Worth the Investment?
– What type of peering should I do?
– Why do I need a peering strategy?
– Why should I be a good neighbor?

Lightning Talks
«GigaPix Update», by Pedro Lorga, FCT|FCCN
«IETF Overview», by Jordi Palet Martinez, The IPv6 Company
Coffee Break

sponsored by: Claranet
«Developments in Routing Security»

Nathalie Trenaman, RIPE NCC

Abstract: -What is the problem with hijacks? (malicious and accidental)
-Why is IRR not sufficient?
-Statistics on IRR data quality
-What is the difference between IRR and RPKI?
-Which elements are there in RPKI?
-What is the deployment status in Portugal (surprise! Almost 60% of space is
-covered by a ROA, but only 29% of the prefixes! What is
the difference?)
-What is Origin Validation and what will break if you deploy it?

«The Anti-Hijacking Proposal»

Carlos Friaças, FCT|FCCN

Abstract: Hijacks happen. Everyday. Are there any consequences?
Who manages numbering resources? Who makes the rules?
We do, through the Policy Development Process.
What are we proposing? That persistent intentional hijacks are to be
declared a RIR policy violation. Nobody is the routing police, there
are arguments supporting and opposing this proposal. But we need to
concentrate on helping the victims. This is a global effort, and anyone can
help. This talk hopes to describe how.

«RPKI ROA creation “Mini-Hackaton”»

<Please bring your RIPE NCC LIR Portal authentication>

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