Chris Morrow | 18 Jul 22:25 2015
Picon

Slides request

howdy sliders/presenters/etc,
Could you please take a few minutes this evening and email the slides
you plan to present to myself (morrowc@...) and warren
(warren@...) OR ... send them to the list so we can all have them
before the event tomorrow?

I hope to see lots of smiling faces in the room (Congress Hall I)
tomorrow at 10am! The agenda so far is:

o Deploying New DNSSEC Algorithms - Dan York

o Infrastructure GeoLoc - Robert Kisteleki

o Visualisation of RIPE Atlas Probes for root dns deployment and routing
policies - Ray Bellis

o Data Driven Evaluation of root/TLD node plavement - Frank Scalzo

o The Yeti DNS project, and where we are with it - Shane Kerr/Davey Song

(I only have slides for Mr Bellis's presentation so far...)

-chris
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

Shane Kerr | 2 Jul 15:30 2015

Yeti DNS talk for IEPG at IETF 93 in Prague

Dear IEPG,

If there's still room on the agenda, Davey and I would like 15 or 20
minutes to go over the Yeti DNS project and where we're at with it.

Cheers,

--
Shane
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

Ray Bellis | 30 Jun 11:24 2015
Picon

Proposed talk at IEPG in Prague

I'd like to offer a short (15 min?) talk on the research I've been doing
using visualisation of RIPE Atlas probes to look at existing and future
F-root placement and routing policies.

Ray
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

Warren Kumari | 27 May 20:46 2015
Picon

Call for agenda items for IETF93 (Prague)

Hi there all,

IEPG will be meeting on the Sunday before IETF, 10:00-noon.

If you'd like to request agenda time, please let us know...

We'd like to get a different set of presentations this time, so if
you've been thinking of presenting but haven't, now is your chance.

IEPG participants are generally friendly, and you probably know most of
them already, so if you are someone who is nervous about presenting,
this is a safe place to get some experience....

--

-- 
I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
idea in the first place.
This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
of pants.
   ---maf
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

Yasuhiro Ohara | 5 Mar 02:20 2015
Picon

A new bgpdump tool


Hi,

I'm developing a new tool that can read routeviews
RIB files (MRT v2 RIB format). I call it "bgpdump2". It is similar, but
with a few additional features, to the libbgpdump.
It is going to be open source (the process is on-going).

This e-mail is to consult if there is some interest in such a tool.
I'm considering to provide a presentation in Dallas.

The motivations of creating a brand new tool are below.
1. libbgpdump seemed to have some rooms to speed up, since
   it seems to issue many small-sized read operations, rather than
   making a small number of large-sized read operations.
2. I wanted to add a few additional features (explained below)
   to such tools.
3. it didn't seem easy to modify the libbgpdump for me.

The additional features include longest prefix matching using a
PATRICIA table inside the command, diff'ing the prefixes
between peers (Note, the BGP prefixes are stored per peer
in the RIB file), and to display of some statistics of RIBs per peer.

I am from a R&D division of a tier-1 ISP (i.e., NTT Communications),
and was trying to compare BGP full route routing table instances,
possibly between ISPs.  I expect that such a tool can contribute to
get a detailed view on how/why BGP full route routing tables are
different.  For example, we're going to need the longest matching
lookup function to see if the differentiating prefix is covered by a
(Continue reading)

Warren Kumari | 20 Feb 20:31 2015
Picon

Agenda requests for IEPG.

Hi all,

IEPG will be meeting on the Sunday before IETF, 10:00-noon.

If you'd like to request agenda time, please let us know...

We'd like to get a different set of presentations this time, so if
you've been thinking of presenting but haven't, nows your chance. IEPG
participants are generally friendly, and you probably know most of
them already, so if you are someone who is nervous about presenting,
this is a safe place to get some experience....

W

--

-- 
I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
idea in the first place.
This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
of pants.
   ---maf
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

George Michaelson | 10 Nov 01:13 2014
Picon

Re: IEPG outreach [was Re: Slides, agenda.]

please do not fold, spindle or mutilate.

On 9 November 2014 14:07, Randy Bush <randy-9mmLlo5FZGg@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> would it be worthwhile to publish a history of IEPG and why or why not
> it should be folded into IETF?  (it could just as easily be argued to
> fold it into APRICOT or NANOG)

i think you are the only one suggesting folding it into anything

randy
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg-/1rEenAg/5e+51mZqJFLXQ@public.gmane.org
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg
George, Wes | 9 Nov 23:02 2014

IEPG outreach [was Re: Slides, agenda.]

During Chris's presentation about Operator participation in the IETF,
Cathy A made a good observation about IEPG - no one really knows what it
is and what it does and why it might be useful to attend except those who
*already* attend.

While I realize that IEPG is not technically part of IETF, is there any
reason why we couldn't get a published agenda that is reachable via the
IETF agenda pages so that folks who see it on the schedule can click to
see what IEPG is and what it is doing? Sure, you can google IEPG but
there's no agenda posted there either. We do usually have an agenda mostly
set prior to the meeting. :-)
Perhaps we could test this for the next IETF?

Thanks,

Wes

On 11/7/14, 6:14 PM, "Warren Kumari" <warren@...> wrote:

>Hi there all.
>
>Here are the agenda:
>IPv6 Extension Headers in the Real World v3.0
>Fernando Gont & Jen Linkova
>25 minutes.
>
>prefix+AS-Origin
>Jared
>20 minutes
>
>"the 512K route thing"
>Geoff
>30 minutes
>
>Experience with IPv6 path probing - draft-naderi-ipv6-probing-00
>Brian E Carpenter
>20 minutes
>
>Update on Operators Survey
>Chris Grundemann
>15 minutes
>
>Fully synthesised DNSSEC signed zones
>Ray Bellis
>10 minutes.
>
>Brian and Ray have already provided slides (Brain along with a very
>polite apology for giving me slides early :-)) -- the rest of y'all,
>please send me slides...
>
>W
>
>--
>I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
>idea in the first place.
>This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
>regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
>of pants.
>   ---maf
>_______________________________________________
>Iepg mailing list
>Iepg@...
>https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

This E-mail and any of its attachments may contain Time Warner Cable proprietary information, which is
privileged, confidential, or subject to copyright belonging to Time Warner Cable. This E-mail is
intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to which it is addressed. If you are not the intended
recipient of this E-mail, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, copying, or
action taken in relation to the contents of and attachments to this E-mail is strictly prohibited and may
be unlawful. If you have received this E-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately and
permanently delete the original and any copy of this E-mail and any printout.
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

Warren Kumari | 8 Nov 00:14 2014
Picon

Slides, agenda.

Hi there all.

Here are the agenda:
IPv6 Extension Headers in the Real World v3.0
Fernando Gont & Jen Linkova
25 minutes.

prefix+AS-Origin
Jared
20 minutes

"the 512K route thing"
Geoff
30 minutes

Experience with IPv6 path probing - draft-naderi-ipv6-probing-00
Brian E Carpenter
20 minutes

Update on Operators Survey
Chris Grundemann
15 minutes

Fully synthesised DNSSEC signed zones
Ray Bellis
10 minutes.

Brian and Ray have already provided slides (Brain along with a very
polite apology for giving me slides early :-)) -- the rest of y'all,
please send me slides...

W

--

-- 
I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
idea in the first place.
This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
of pants.
   ---maf
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

Warren Kumari | 3 Oct 20:05 2014
Picon

The time has come, the walrus said...

... to remind you all to please start thinking of topics and ideas for
the IEPG meeting in Hawaii.

We'll probably have some discussions of IPv6 Extension Header again
(hey! its a tradition!), what else?

W

--

-- 
I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
idea in the first place.
This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
of pants.
   ---maf
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg

Warren Kumari | 18 Jul 16:08 2014
Picon

IEPG Agenda...

Hi all,

Here is the agenda for the IEPG meeting. If you are listed below,
please send me slides -- I'd like to get them to Geoff, so he can
stage them on the website (they will only go live when the meeting
starts).

The meeting runs from 10:00 to noon, this Sunday.

IEPG  --  120 minutes
-------------------------------------
IPv6 Extension Headers in the Real World v2.0  Jen Linkova / Fernando 25min
DNS: what if everyone did it?      Geoff Huston     30min
The decline and fall of teredo   George Michaelson  25min
IPv6 toolkit v2.0    Fernando Gont    15 min
Redirecting the target domain's nameserver cache poisoning attacks.
Kazunori  Fujiwara  15min

W
_______________________________________________
Iepg mailing list
Iepg@...
https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/iepg


Gmane