Technology and Governance for an Open and Secure Internet

Tutorials

Sunday, May 5 – 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Basic IPv6 Tutorial

Instructor: Jordi Palet, Consulintel

This workshop will cover the basics of IPv6 such as addressing, headers, transition mechanisms, and new protocols.

No computers will be available, so we recommend that participants bring their own laptop computers if possible.

BGP Routing and RPKI Tutorial

Instructors: Alvaro Retana, Cisco Systems / Carlos Martinez-Cagnazzo, Lacnic

Description:

The Border Gateway Protocol or BGP allows different organizations to exchange routing information, which in turn allows interconnecting the Internet. BGP operation in carrier environments involves complex aspects which in recent times have been compounded by the emergence of certain security events such as route hijacking and route leaks.

This tutorial is divided into two parts. The first session will present the basics of the BGP protocol as well as basic operational aspects in carrier environments. The second part will introduce some of the new trends in routing security, specifically origin validation using resource certification (RPKI).

Both parts will include practical activities. Participants are encouraged to bring their laptop computer.

DNSSEC Tutorial

Instructors: Richard Lamb, ICANN / Gonzalo Romero, .CO Internet

Description:

The domain name system (DNS) is undoubtedly a cornerstone of Internet infrastructure. Various aspects relating to DNS security have led the community to develop DNSSEC, a set of extensions to the base protocol used for securing information provided by the domain name system.

In this tutorial students will be introduced to the basics of DNSSEC and perform practical activities that will allow them to become familiar with the operational aspects of this technology.

Participants are encouraged to bring their laptop computer.

Tutorial: Security Incident Management for Internet Service Providers

Instructors: Eduardo Carozo, ITC - Antel / Giovanni Cruz

This workshop will interactively introduce the best practices and methodologies available for managing the most common security incidents and those with the greatest impact on the availability, stability and reliability of Internet systems and networks.

The role of Internet service providers in cyber security topics will also be discussed in depth, analyzing different points of view: customers, the community and governments.

Lacnic Services Tutorial: Internet Resource Management 

Instructors: Sergio Rojas / Gerardo Rada / Carlos Martinez, Lacnic

This tutorial has been designed for representatives of organizations that are already Lacnic members and have been assigned IPv4 and/or IPv6 resources directly by our organization.

In this tutorial participants will learn:

  • How to use Lacnic's Resource Management System.
  • Why register prefix sub-allocations to third parties and how to do it.
  • How to use the Whois service.
  • How to update the contact information for a block or an organization.
  • How to delegate a block's reverse resolution and, through practical examples, how this mechanism works.
  • How to certify their resources and generate the corresponding ROAs.

Participants who are technically responsible for a Lacnic member organization may bring their username and password in order to access Lacnic's Resource Management System. 

No computers will be available in the room for this tutorial, so participants are advised to bring a laptop computer, tablet, or any other device with Internet access.

Monday, 6 May – 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Advanced IPv6 Tutorial

Instructors: Antonio Moreiras, NIC.br /  Alejandro Acosta

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This workshop will include IPv6 theory and practice on topics such as internal and external routing, DNS, NAT64, and 6RD.

No computers will be available, so we recommend that participants bring their own laptop computers if possible.

BGP Routing and RPKI Tutorial (Part 2)

Instructor: Carlos Martinez, Lacnic

DNSSEC Tutorial (Part 2)

Instructors: Richard Lamb, ICANN / Gonzalo Romero, .CO Internet

Tutorial: Security Incident Management for Internet Service Providers (Part 2)

Instructors: Eduardo Carozo / Giovanni Cruz

IPv6 Workshop for Decision Makers    

Instructor: Juan Carlos Alonso / Arturo Servín, Lacnic

This workshop is geared towards decision makers within the ICT sector. The workshop will present the basics of IPv6, its importance for Internet development, and business cases that show that IPv6 is the best solution to the problem of address scarcity from the technical and commercial point of view.