ALNOG2 was free of charge; there was also a social event on the evening of 13 November.
ALNOG2 is the first event organized by the Albanian Network Operators Group, exactly one year after the first Albanian Network Operators Forum (ALNOF) which was held in Tirana on November 14 2017. For further information, please visit the ALNOF webpage.
10:00-10:10 Welcome and Introduction - Kledi Andoni – ALNOG – (slides)
10:10-10:30 Interconnection in Albania and ANIX: 2018 Update - Daniele Arena – NaMeX Roma Internet Exchange(slides)
10:30-11:00 pmacct: BMP and Streaming Telemetry - Paolo Lucente – NTT - (slides)
11:00-11:30 IPv6 prefix assignment for end customers - persistent vs non persistent, and what size to choose - Jan Zorz – Internet Society – (slides)
11:30-12:00 Coffee Break
12:00-12:30 An Introduction to BGP Security - Marco d’Itri – Seeweb - (slides)
12:30-12:40 Registration Services Update - Petrit Hasani – RIPE NCC – (slides)
12:40-13:10 Peering 101 - An insight into the world of Internet eXchanges - Flavio Luciani – NaMeX Roma Internet Exchange - (slides)
13:10-13:30 RASH Network and Infrastructure Services - Mariglen Hysko – RASH - (slides)
14:30-15:30 Tutorials – BGP Communities for service providers - Marco d’Itri – Seeweb - (slides)
15:30-17:00 Tutorials – Collecting Netflow with pmacct - Paolo Lucente - NTT - (slides)
In the heart of Tirana at the National History Museum, registered atendees apart from the latest updates in Internet technologies also had the possibility to enjoy a complimentary visit to the museum after the event.
Nautilus Mediterranean eXchange point (NaMeX) is a neutral, not for profit, Internet exchange and interconnection point among national and foreign Internet Service Providers and network operators based in Rome Italy. Connecting to an exchange point such as NaMeX allows network operators to take advantage of mutual interconnection services ranging from IP traffic exchange to physical cross-connects.
The Academic Network of ALBANIA is the National Research and Education Network (NREN). Created 2009 with an intergovernmental Agreement through Albanian and Italy, and reorganized 2014 with National Agreement which includes the participation of the Ministry of Education, Sport and Youth and the membership of all public universities. RASH manage the Albanian Academic Network Backbone, and the universities Campus Networks for all public universities. RASH Network is part of GÉANT Network which is a fundamental element of Europe’s e-infrastructure.