[afnog] Advanced Afnog

Rising Osazuwa risingosazuwa at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 11 10:35:25 UTC 2012

Dear All,
Thanks for the information on the necessity for multi-level capacity building.

Rising Osazuwa
University of ibadan

--- On Wed, 7/11/12, Tracy Musaza <cocko_mirindi at yahoo.fr> wrote:

From: Tracy Musaza <cocko_mirindi at yahoo.fr>
Subject: Re: [afnog] Advanced Afnog
To: "Bram Fudzulani" <bram at africa-online.net>, "'Tayeb Meftah'" <tayeb.meftah at gmail.com>, "'Anibe Onuche'" <a.onuche at nixp.net>
Cc: "afnog at afnog.org" <afnog at afnog.org>
Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2012, 2:58 AM

Hi Mr Onuche,

You can find a good  IXP program in the Network Infrastructures in the AfNOG workshop progam.   browse here the link bellow to appreciate it.
In the last two days , you can learn :1)
Internet Exchange Points [NG]
    Topics include:
        What is an exchange pointWhy you need oneBasic IXP designScaling an IXP
      Students will be able to:
        explain what an Internet exchange point isexplain why people use IXPsunderstand why IXPs are importantreview some current IXP designs used todaythink about how to set up an Internet exchange point in your
              environmentunderstand why Route Servers are useful


    Internet Exchange Points exercise [NG]
    Students will be able to:
        build a simple exchange pointdemonstrate how an IXP benefits their network
      Students will be introduced to and be able to understand the
          following problems:
        Not providing transit to your peerNot providing transit across the Exchange PointNot seeing own routes from anyone elseNot accidentally receiving the whole Internet
            routes from peerNot receiving internal IGP routes accidentally
            announced by peersNot trusting customers to generate correct routes
We have to know that all program has tweaked according to the backgrounds and /or projects in Africa.

 Best Regards,
 =============================Coko Tracy MIRINDI MUSAZALATNOK MRK ltd, BP 2245, Kigali, RwandaMatrIX-Holding, Kinshasa, RDC+250783495797 / +243810582355skype: cokotracy

        De : Bram Fudzulani <bram at africa-online.net>
 À : 'Tayeb Meftah' <tayeb.meftah at gmail.com>; 'Anibe Onuche' <a.onuche at nixp.net> 
Cc : afnog at afnog.org; secretariat at afnog.org 
 Envoyé le : Mercredi 11 juillet 2012 9h24
 Objet : Re: [afnog] Advanced Afnog

Good point indeed!....  Bram FudzulaniMobile: +265 (0) 999 962 505skype: bram.fudzulanitwitter: @BramNEBBM PIN: 21066D95      From: afnog-bounces at afnog.org [mailto:afnog-bounces at afnog.org] On Behalf Of Tayeb Meftah
Sent: 11 July 2012 10:19
To: Anibe Onuche
Cc: secretariat at afnog.org; afnog at afnog.org
Subject: Re: [afnog] Advanced Afnog  Good suggestion

Envoyé de mon iPhone
Le 11 juil. 2012 à 09:16, Anibe Onuche <a.onuche at nixp.net> a écrit :Hello All, I am just wondering aloud ( Via Email) if we could have an Advanced Afnog for Network Operators, Educational Institutions etc.The Afnog Team have done wonderfully well so far in ensuring the knowledge and practice of internet cut through Africa. Just going through Sanog papers and see good advanced stuff ( e.g Deploying IPv4 Anycast etc , IXPs etc)  and i know some of us
 yearn for such advance stuff. It should be the prerogative of Afnog  to determine the implementation of A-AFNOG ( Advanced Afnog ) What are our suggestions to Afnog?  Warm Regards----------------------------------Anibe OnucheNetwork/Communication Dept.Phone : 234-0700-CALL-IXPNEmail : a.onuche at nixp.net, Website : www.nixp.net _______________________________________________
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