Monday 31 August 2004, 9:00 am - 5:30 am
Internet resource management essentials
The Internet resource management essentials tutorial is a short overview designed to introduce and highlight some of the key essentials of Internet resource management. It is targeted at IT professionals responsible for administering and managing Internet resources, including IP managers, senior hostmasters and network engineers. Some understanding of networking fundamentals is assumed. The course covers aspects of IP allocation management, APNIC policies and procedures (IP addresses, AS numbers), IPv6, and the APNIC Whois Database.
Internet Routing Registry tutorial
The APNIC Routing Registry is a fully integrated feature of the existing APNIC Whois Database and is available to all APNIC members. This tutorial provides an opportunity for participants to learn features of the Routing Registry, basics of Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL), how to express routing policies using RPSL, and how to extract routing policies from the APNIC Routing Registry using the RtConfig tool. The tutorial also includes a hands-on demonstration of the use of RtConfig.
This tutorial is aimed at people who are already familiar with the APNIC Whois Database and want to learn more about the APNIC Routing Registry. A basic understanding of BGP routing and the APNIC Whois Database is assumed.