mnNOG is a non-profit, community-based initiative. It has been formed to organize communication forums for network engineers and technical specialists in Mongolia to discuss various topics related to network, security and other Internet technologies, and also to increase development and collaboration opportunities. mnNOG invites highly experienced Mongolian and international specialists to share their knowledge and develop skills of local engineers. We believe that mnNOG events will bring to participants opportunities to peer with other network operators, content providers and partners.
mnNOG Coordinating Committee
mnNOG Local Keynote speaker: System Engineer PhD, Enkhbat Dangaasuren led a successful in internet technology since the early 1990s and is well known for introducing the internet to Mongolia.
Geoff Huston is the Chief Scientist at the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), where he undertakes research on topics associated with Internet infrastructure, IP technologies, and address distribution policies.
1. Securing Internet Routing - Tashi Phuntsho (APNIC)
2. R&E Challenges Around the World - Hervey Allen (NSRC)
3. Internet Asymmetric routing and BGP traffic engineering challenges - Ulsbold Enkhtaivan (Mobicom Networks)
4. RouteViews - Philip Smith (NSRC)
1. How 5G relates to NFV technology - Tergel Munkhbat (FIBO)
2. Utilization of email based on IDN - Ankhzaya Tseden (Datacom)
3. Stopping spam at FreeBSD - Philip Paeps (FreeBSD Foundation)
4. Akamai CDN, Peering and Traffic Trend - Kams Yeung (Akamai)
Presentation: Industry Updates from Panel Members
- Ulsbold Enkhtaivan (Mobicom Networks)
- Angarag (CRC),
- Gonchig (SkyTel)
- Ariunbold (Gemnet)
- Namjil (ICN)
- Introduction to Workshops: Tashi Phuntsho, Philip Smith, Hervey Allen
- Notes from other NOGs: PhNOG (Achie), SANOG & btNOG (Tashi), PacNOG & APRICOT (Philip), APNIC Academy, Peering Asia 3.0 update(Che-Hoo Cheng)
- Closing Remarks by mnNOG Committee
This workshop is intended for network engineers, managers, and policy makers to understand security threats, preventions, and recovery.
Technical staff who are now building or operating a wide area service provider network and who also wish to learn more about securing their network infrastructure.
This workshop is designed for engineers and system staff at ISPs and large networks, including academic networks who are involved with system management, network monitoring and management, incident response and security. This course is for those who need to manage Network operations and NOCs. Proper network instrumentation is a fundamental requirement for realizing infrastructure security at both the network and desktop level, and this course emphasizes the security benefits for the tools and the techniques covered. The agenda of topics is presented below and labs constitute about 60% of the course.
This five-day workshop teaches the skills required for the configuration
of scalable and secure routing, as well as best practice operation of
the networks making up today's Internet.