NSRC - TEIN NOC - AIT intERLab workshop
Five day hands-on technical workshop focused on network monitoring and management, network design considerations for research and education institutions and sessions on software defined networking. The workshop will take place at Asian Institute of Technology's intERLab north of Bangkok, Thailand in Pathumthani.
Train network engineering staff from TEIN
connected countries and NOCs on how to design, build and monitor scalable and sustainable research and education networks.
Learn best practices and methodology to monitor and manage networks for improved performance and security.
Discuss Software Defined Networking to demystify how it works and understand potential use in real world situations
Strengthen the human network of the research and education community in developing national and regional cyberinfrastructure.
Each participant needs to bring or have a laptop computer that is wireless enabled.
We will use SSH and a web browser on your laptop to do the hands-on labs. Linux and Mac users do not need to install ssh. Windows users who need an ssh client can install putty.exe
(Putty SSH for Windows). This is a standalone tool and does not update your machine's registry.
Some Linux/UNIX experience
Knowledge of TCP/IP protocols and layer 2 and layer 3 network basics
Linux/UNIX and Mac OS
already have SSH installed.
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