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Meeting Plan

The actual RIPE Meeting started on Wednesday at 09.00 (see schedule below), but some sessions took place on Monday and Tuesday.

 

Monday 21 September

14.00 - 18.00 EOF Tutorial
Peter Lothberg's EOF tutorial. For more information see below (when available).

Tuesday 22 September

09.00 - 12.00 EOF Tutorial
Peter Lothberg's tutorial continued.

13.30 - 18.00 RPSL Course
For more information, see below.

16.00 - 17.00 Newcomers Orientation Talk
Introduction talk to those who would attend their first RIPE Meeting in Ediburgh. Newcomers were asked to register before visiting this meeting and indicate their interest on the meeting application form.

17.00 Welcome Drink
Opening. Open to all attendees that have registered at the venue meeting desk.

Wednesday 23 September

Room 1 Room 2 Room 3

09:00
EIX Netnews

10:30
BREAK BREAK

11:00
LIR EIX Netnews

12:30
LUNCH LUNCH LUNCH

14:00
TLD Routing anti-SPAM

15:30
BREAK BREAK

16:00
TLD Mbone

17:30
CLOSE CLOSE

Thursday 24 September

Room 1 Room 2 Room 3

09:00

DB

DNS

IPv6

10:30

BREAK

BREAK

BREAK

11:00

DB

DNS

T.T. BoF

12:30

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

14:00
PLENARY




15:30

BREAK





16:00

PLENARY





17:30

CLOSE




Friday 25 September - Plenary

More information & Agendas

EOF tutorial

After the success of the EOF one day tutorial at the previous RIPE meeting, another one is planned for the RIPE 31 Meeting. It will be organised by Peter Lothberg. The subject will be announced later - it will certainly deal with advanced Internet technology.

RPSL course

The RIPE NCC, together with the USC Information Sciences Institute will be organizing an in-depth tutorial on Internet Routing Coordination.

In the tutorial, we will introduce the Internet Routing Registry (IRR), explaining how to register and query routing policy objects. After a brief introduction to routing policies (policies as used in the Internet today and BGP mechanisms to implement those policies), we will discuss the new Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL), the IETF proposed standard language for specifying Internet routing policy. RPSL is currently being deployed by IRR participants and will replace RIPE-181, the current IRR routing policy specification language. RPSL provides substantial extensions to RIPE-181, making it possible to specify a much richer set of routing policies.

Attendees should understand basic BGP operations, but need not be familiar with the IRR.

The tutorial is free to RIPE Meeting attendees, and advance registration is required. Use the RIPE Meeting registration page to register for this tutorial. See also RFC2280