APNIC was proud to have conducted training for the first time on the small Pacific island of Tuvalu. With a population of 10,000 on only 26 square kilometres of land, APNIC’s Nurul Islam and Elly Tawahi, visited the country from 23-29 April 2014. Training around 14 engineers from Tuvalu Telecom and several Tuvalu government representatives, the training alumni learned about Internet Resource Management, IPv6 deployment, and Network Security. The training program was hosted by Tuvalu Telecom.
As a proud founding partner and supporter of the inaugural Bangladesh Network Operator’s Group (bdNOG 1), APNIC’s Nurul Islam, Vivek Nigam, and Adli Wahid, joined other experts to conduct the following workshops and tutorials in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 19-22 May:
- BGP Routing (IPv4 & IPv6)
- Network Security
- Routing Registry Automation
- BGP Advanced Multihoming Techniques
- Understanding RPKI
All the classes were filled to capacity, and there was a lot of engagement displayed by the training alumni.
bdNOG 1 was held together with the third APNIC Regional Meeting (ARM 3). You can read more about our participation at the event, by reading the event wrap report. You can also view pictures of the event on APNIC’s Flickr page.
APNIC trainers visited Medan, Indonesia from 4-6 June to conduct a three-day Advanced Routing Workshop. Nurul Islam and Wita Laksano covered IPv6, advanced BGP and OSPF, including its architectural and design considerations, and industry best practices.
About 30 network engineers participated and learned how to design and operate a large-scale ISP network, with hands-on lab exercises. They used the APNIC Training Lab remotely, and practiced implementing a prototype ISP network topology.