SEE 5 Minutes

19-20 April 2016


Tirana, Albania

The SEE 5/RIPE NCC Regional Meeting took place on 19-20 April 2016 at the Tirana International Hotel in Tirana, Albania. A total of 136 attendees from 19 countries participated in the meeting, 88 of whom were from Albania.

Tuesday 19 April

Opening Plenary, 14:00 – 16:00

Welcome to SEE 5

  • Jan Žorž, Programme Committee Chair
  • Serge Radovcic, RIPE NCC
  • Arjan Xhelaj, RASH

RIPE NCC Update

- Axel Pawlik, RIPE NCC

RIPE NCC Update

The Amazing World of the IETF

- Matthijs Mekking, Dyn

The Amazing World of the IETF

Obtaining, Managing and Protecting IP Addresses

- Ingrid Wijte, RIPE NCC

Obtaining, Managing and Protecting IP Addresses

Jan Žorž, ISOC, pointed out that slide 17 seemed to show a lot of small chunks of IPv4 addresses coming into Romania that were then aggregated and transferred out of the country.

Ingrid replied that individual transactions are small, such as /20s and /22s entering the country, but are not necessarily aggregated once they arrive.

Jan then asked why this pattern is so prevalent in Romania.

Ingrid replied that this question came up at RIPE 71 and there could be more than one explanation for it. For example, there is high deployment of IPv6 in Romania. Another possible reason is that ISPs are changing their networks by using fewer IP addresses than they were before, by for example using carrier grade NAT to help this process.

Dmitry Kohmanyuk, Hostmaster LLC, stated he believes the RIPE NCC's Assisted Registry Check is a good practice. He recommended this process to members, even if they think their registry is in order.

Matthijs Mekking, referring to slide nine concerning the IPv6 increase in Albania, said he was curious about what happened between 2012 and 2015.

Ingrid responded that people from Albania are likely to know best. She invited local attendees to shed some light on the phenomenon.

Arnold Nipper, DE-CIX, mentioned that all countries have a steep increase in IPv6 deployment from mid-2015 to the present day, but that trend isn't visible in the RIPE NCC service region.

IPv6/DNSSEC/New Tech Plenary, 16:30 - 18:00

IPv6 Community WiFi Deployment Best Practices

- Gunter Van de Velde, NOKIA

IPv6 Community WiFi Deployment Best Practices

DANE/DNSSEC/TLS Testing in the Go6lab

- Jan Zorz, ISOC

DANE/DNSSEC/TLS Testing in the Go6lab

NIX.CZ, NIX.SK and project FENIX

- Martin Semrad, NIX.CZ

NIX.CZ, NIX.SK and project FENIX

Lightning Talks

PeeringDB Update

- Arnold Nipper, DE-CIX/PeeringDB

PeeringDB Update

ASNTryst

- Dmitry Kohmanyuk, Hostmaster LLC

Wednesday 20 April

Infrastructure Plenary, 09:00 – 10:30

RACI talk: Low-intensity DoS attacks on BGP infrastructure

- Paul Neumann, University Metropolitan Tirana Albania

Low-intensity DoS attacks on BGP infrastructure

Peering - An Internet Story

- Edwin Punt, NL-IX

Peering - An Internet Story

DNSSEC and Its Usage

- Sergey Myasoedov, NetArt Group

DNSSEC and Its Usage

IXP Plenary, 11:00 – 12:30

Blueprint for Building IXP

- Goran Slavic, Serbian Open eXchange (SOX)

Blueprint for Building IXP

IXP Panel: DON'T interconnect IXPs / DO interconnect IXPs. You decide.

- Martin Levy, CloudFlare

DON'T interconnect IXPs / DO interconnect IXPs. You decide.

Measurements Plenary, 14:00 – 16:00

Country View via Measurement Data

- Christian Teuschel, RIPE NCC

Country View via Measurement Data

An Introduction to perfSONAR

- Szymon Trocha, PSNC

An Introduction to perfSONAR

Country Connectivity to the Internet

- Alexander Isavnin, the open Net

Country Connectivity to the Internet

RACI talk: SNMP Implementation on HP Routers with OVPI (OpenView Performance Insight) and Network Management

- Enis Çerri, Aleksander Moisiu University of Durres, Albania

SNMP Implementation on HP Routers with OVPI (OpenView Performance Insight) and Network Management

Policy/GOV/CERT Plenary, 16:30 – 18:00

Internet Development: Role of IXP and Local Content

- Maarit Palovirta, ISOC

Internet Development: Role of IXP and Local Content

e-Goverment in Albania

- Fotjon Kosta, Ministry of Energy and Industry Republic of Albania

e-Government in Albania

Closing Plenary

  • Serge Radovcic, RIPE NCC
  • Ivica Ivanoviæ, Government of Montenegro