NetLdn #8 – 14/11/19


Upstairs @ The Wheatsheaf
25 Rathbone Place
Fitzrovia, W1T 1JB

Arrival from 1830hrs. 
Talks begin promptly at 1900hrs.


Talk 1: Introducing RPKI in to a Tier 1 Transit Network

Jorg will explain how Telia Carrier approached improving routing security, alongside MANRs actions, by deploying RPKI validation and the roll out of the rejecting Invalids.

Presenter: Jorg Dekker (Telia Carrier)

Talk 1: net44 – An under-utilised resource or potential fun? (Postponed) was allocated in 1992 for amateur radio. Before the rise of the internet hamradio enthusiasts used low 1200bps and 9600bps unlicensed link to form mesh networks. In recent years this has dwindled away, now those left using the resource have IPIP tunnels normally back to California.

In 2015 the net44 rules were relaxed, allowing participants to announce their own subnets with BGP.

I’ll discuss how easy it is to obtain a UK ham radio license and the simple AMPRnet application process to get your own free /24, which could be announced by an ISP or hosting provider such as Vultr/Mythic Beasts etc.

PRESENTER: Nat Morris (@natmorris)

Talk 2: FastNetMon – An Open-source DDoS Detection Engine

In this introduction talk we will cover all key features available in our vendor neutral threshold based DDoS detection solution

Presenter: Pavel Odintsov (@odintsov_pavel)

SLIDES: fastnetmon_project_presentation-netldn-8.pdf

Author: Richard Patterson

IP/MPLS Design Engineer

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