More on PRIDE course.
- Date: Wed, 11 May 1994 17:38:04 +0200
PRIDE COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT
Following a good response to my initial questionnaire. The following date
has been selected:
Tuesday 31st May 09:30 - 17:00
Apologies if this does not suit. The current list of people have expressed an
interest in attending the initial course:
Erik-Jan Bos SURFnet bv
Tim Streater DANTE
Miguel A. Sanz RedIRIS/CSIC
Georg Chytil EUnet Austria
Christophe Huygens Katholieke Uni Leuven
Annie Renard INRIA
Denise Heagerty CERN
Ewald Jenisch Vienna University
Seosamh mac Carthaigh HEAnet
Ad Bresser EMPB
Willi Huber SWITCH
Jarmo Oksanen DataNet
Jeroen Houttuin RARE
Antonio Blasco Bonito CNUCE
Damir Pobric CNUCE
Find below an outline syllabus of what the course will contain. All
documentation and course material will be made available on the day of the
course as well as electronically.
Please send an RSVP to pride@localhost if you will attend.
The course itself will include lunch and will be free. This of course does not
include travel ;-).
The course will take place:
Date: 31st May, 1994
1098 SJ Amsterdam
Overview of Pride Course Syllabus
The course is intended to give Internet service providers
the following benefits:
o Gain a better understanding of routing policy techniques.
o Understanding of the concept of a Routing Registry.
o Learn how to use/maintain routing policy information in the routing
o Learn how to use the PRIDE tools to diagnose and check routing policy
o Give Service Providers a chance to feedback ideas on the routing registry
and the tools that are needed now and in the future.
The actual content will be divided into the following sections.
1. Introduction to basics of routing policy.
This will introduce the basic terminology and concepts used in IP routing.
It gives a detailed overview of what IP routing policy is and what can and
can't be done with IP policy based routing.
2. Concepts of the Routing Registry
Understand the basic principles behind a routing registry and how this fits
together with other registries such as the allocation registry.
3. The RIPE Routing Registry.
This is a general introduction to the RIPE database with the emphasis on the
routing policy representation (ripe-81) and how this information can be
accessed, maintained and kept consistent.
4. Using the Registry and the PRIDE tools
Discusses the PRIDE tools and their interaction with the
Routing Registry. Shows how the PRIDE tools are of use and asks how they can be
improved and what you need in the future.
5. Future developments of policy based routing.
Throughout the course there will be ample chance for feedback and
discussion with an emphasis for you to tell us how we can improve ;-).
The Pride Course is based on the current (ripe-81) routing registry and
PRIDE tools. However, if by the time of the course the definition of the
new (i.e ripe-81++) routing registry has been sufficiently progressed then
ample time will be spent discussing the foreseen changes.