Monday, October 7 09.00 - 18.00

  Simultaneous interpretation into English and Portuguese will be available    
  Tutorial: Advanced IPv6
Room 5

Instructors: Alejandro Acosta, Jordi Palet, Uesley Correa.
Language: spanish
  This Advanced IPv6 tutorial will be divided into four different parts. During the first part, the instructors will present relevant guidelines for operators defining their numbering plans, as well practical examples of these plans.

During the second and third parts, they will present the most important aspects for IPv6 deployment in xDLS and cable (DOCSIS) networks.

The fourth part, which includes hands-on activities, will be used to review the so-called “IPv6-only and IPv4-as-a-Service” (464XLAT, DS-Lite, lw4o6, MAP-E and MAP-T) transition mechanisms, which allow operators (broadband, cellular) or even corporate networks to deploy an IPv6-only access (and/or core) network which at the same time offers IPv4 services on client LANs. The tutorial will also review how to deploy a datacenter using only IPv6 internally, maintaining dual-stack connectivity with the Internet (SIIT-DC).

It will also include a hands-on activity where participants will deploy an IPv6-only ISP using 464XLAT. For this, the instructors will demonstrate how to configure and use Jool to deploy NAT64 (PLAT), as well as Bind9 for DNS64, as these are the resources the ISP will need to serve the clients of its network. Participants will then be the clients, so they will have to configure their own devices using a virtual machine (provided by the instructors), Jool for the CLAT required for 464XLAT. Thus, our “ISP” will have as many clients as tutorial participants, each with their own IPv6 prefix, and will be able to verify that IPv4 is available transparently through the IPv6-only ISP on each participant's laptop computer.
  Plan direccionamiento IPv6
Alejandro Acosta
  Transición para IPv6en Pila Doble
Uesley Correa
  IPv6-only Deployment in Broadband and Cellular NetworksIPv4aaS (as-a-Service)
Jordi Palet
  RFC 8273: Unique Prefix per host
Jordi Palet
  Happy eyeballs V2 RFC 8305
Jordi Palet
  Videos: part 1 - part 2 - part 3 - part 4  

Monday, October 7 09.00 - 13.00

  Tutorial: Internet Policies
Room 7

Instructores: Gianina Pensky, LACNIC
Idioma: español

LACNIC is the organization responsible for assigning Internet number resources in Latin America and the Caribbean. The rules that LACNIC follows for this process are recorded in a public document.

This tutorial seeks to offer the community some basic knowledge of this document, which contains the rules that determine how LACNIC must assign Internet resources (IPv4, IPv6 and ASNs). It also seeks to share how the community can be part of this process.

Some of the rules contained in the document and that will be discussed during the tutorial include resource revocation and transfers. 

There will be special guests who have participated in the development of this document since its creation. 

More information on this document is available at the following link: https://www.lacnic.net/543/1/lacnic/


 Gianina Pensky

Monday, October 7 09.00 - 18.00 

  Tutorial: BGP/RPKI
Salón 6

Instructors: Mariela Rocha, Nicolás Antoniello, Guillermo Cicileo, Erika Vega, Massimo Candela
Language: spanish

The BGP protocol plays a critical role in Internet communications. It facilitates the exchange of information over IP networks and communications between autonomous systems (AS). Therefore, it is necessary to understand BGP and be aware of its vulnerabilities, as its operation in the context of the global Internet involves certain aspects that in recent times have increased their complexity due to certain security events such as route hijacking and route leaks.
This tutorial comprises several parts. During the morning session, instructors will present the basics of the BGP protocol, as well as current recommendations and best practices for both carrier/ISP environments and end-user organizations. Participants will also work on practical activities focusing on inter-domain and intra-domain scenarios:

  • Basic routing configuration
  • Routing announcements
  • Filter creation

In the afternoon session, we will present some of the new trends in routing security, specifically origin validation using resource certification (RPKI).

  • Route hijacking and leaks
  • Resource certification (RPKI)
  • Practice in creating ROAs


  • Laptop con VirtualBox 6.0.12 platform packages y VirtualBox 6.0.12 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack
  • Admin credentials for the Mi LACNIC platform for the hands-on activities participants will complete in the second session.

VirtualBox Download: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads


BGP Border Gateway Protocol
Mariela Rocha


Nicolás Antoniello


RPKI: Validaciónde Origen enBGP
Guillermo Cicileo


Problemática actual -ROAs mal formados
Erika Vega


BGPalerterReal-time BGP monitoring
Massimo Candela

Monday, October 7 14.00 - 16.00 

  HANDS-ON: How to Change the Rules of the Internet!
Room 7

Instructor: Gianina Pensky
Language: spanish
  LACNIC is responsible for assigning and managing Internet number resources (IPv4, IPv6), Autonomous System Numbers, reverse resolution and other resources for the region of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The rules/policies under which LACNIC manages those resources are decided by our regional community.
The workshop has the following goals:
To explain and exchange ideas about the topics currently under discussion in our region
To teach anyone interested in participating in these decisions how to do so
To ensure that anyone interested can effectively participate in this process
The workshop is aimed at all members of the community interested in participating.
More information: 
We invite you to keep up with the latest news
  Gianina Pensky   

Wednesday, October 9 09.00 - 11.00 

  Resource Management / Mi LACNIC
Room 5

Instructors: José Varela, Sergio Rojas.
Language: spanish
  The main goal of this tutorial is for participants to gain an in-depth understanding of MiLACNIC's features and how to use them.

It has been designed for representatives of organizations that are already members of LACNIC and have been assigned IPv4 and/or IPv6 resources directly by LACNIC.

Participants who are technically responsible for a LACNIC member organization can log on to LACNIC's Resource Management System with their corresponding username and password.

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

Because LACNIC NIRs use a different platform, the material shown during the presentation is not available for members of organizations in Brazil and Mexico.

Wednesday,  October 9 14.00 - 18.00 

  Tutorial: How to Use the Tools Provided by RIPE NCC for Network Operators
Room 6

Instructors: Michela Galante, Agustín Formoso, Alvaro Vives.

This tutorial will teach you how to use RIPEStat and RIPE Atlas to monitor and troubleshoot your network. Participants will learn about the different tools and services and complete practical, guided exercises.
RIPEstat provides data on IP prefixes, Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) and related information for names and countries, all in a single location.
RIPE Atlas is one of the world's largest Internet measurement platforms. Its network comprises 10,000 probes and allows actively measuring connectivity (ping, traceroute and more). More information: RIPE Atlas in Latin America and the Caribbean

Completen el siguiente formulario si piensan asistir:




Michela Galante, Agustín Formoso, Alvaro Vives

Thursday, October 10 14.00 - 18.00

  Simultaneous interpretation into English and Portuguese will be available    
  Tutorial: Peering
Plenaria (Salones 1-4)

Instructores: Guillermo Cicileo, Nicolás Antoniello, Santiago Aggio, Kendra Pignotti.
Language: spanish
This tutorial will analyze the basics of Traffic Exchange, Peering and CDNs and discuss their business relationships as well as relevant technical aspects.
Specific topics to be addressed in this workshop include how, who with, and where to implement peering relationships, what type of traffic exchanges should be used, how to analyze network traffic in order to make better interconnection decisions, where to register peering sites and polices, and best practices for using BGP for peering.
Participants are expected to have a working knowledge of BGP.

Thursday, October 10 14.00 - 18.00

  Tutorial: WiFi and IPv6 with Cisco Mobility Express
Room 5
Alejandro Camacho
Language: Spanish

Whether your business is large or small, it needs a successful wireless strategy to handle the proliferation of mobile devices.  With increasing media-centric-application usage and video content consumption, your users now have built-in expectations for their Wi-Fi network experience. 

Regardless of venue or location, fast and adaptive Wi-Fi access is essential for reaching new customers and maintaining connections with those you already have. Reliable wireless networks should also offer:

  • Excellent user experience: Speed and performance are an important competitive advantage. Users prefer networks that provide reliable access and the latest technology, including 802.11ac Wave 2, the fastest Wi-Fi available.
  • Simplified management: IT resources may be limited. Setting up and maintaining a wireless  network should be simple and easy to use so that IT can focus on other initiatives.
  • Rich features: Your network should grow with your organization. Wireless networks should also be accented by the best industry practices and provide detailed insights about user habits. This includes of course the deployment of the next generation Internet Protocol, IPv6.


14.00 a 16.00

  • Arquitectura de seguridad para redes IPv6
  • Instructor: Gustavo Medina, CCIE
  • Descripción de la actividad: En esta presentación describiremos los elementos de seguridad necesarios para construir redes IPv6 seguras.

16.30 a 18.00

  • Introducing Cisco Mobility Express
  • The Cisco Mobility Express Advantage
  • Cisco Mobility Express Features and Benefits
  • Cisco Mobility Express Details
  • Cisco Mobility Express Supported Access Points
  • Hands-On Mobility Express Deployment Demonstration. 

For the Hands-On Demonstration, a few basic CCNA knowledge is required. Switch configuration and switch port configuration is a must.


Friday, October 11 09.00 - 13.00

  Tutorial: Best Practices for Autonomous Systems
Room 5

Instructores: Eduardo Barasal Morales, Tiago Jun Nakamura, Antonio Marcos Moreiras

Multiple security threats can currently affect the proper operation of an Internet service provider. By simply connecting to the Internet, the provider can become the object of DDoS, IP and route hijacking, intrusions, information theft, and other attacks in a matter of seconds.

This is why it is important for network administrators to be prepared. Some good security practices are relatively easy to implement and involve low implementation costs, yet they will help protect your devices, your network, as well as other companies.

In this tutorial we will explore the most frequent security incidents. We will also show how an Autonomous System can protect itself using equipment hardening techniques and good security practices (detailed in the MANRS document). The activity will explain the theory behind the different topics and include practical exercises using the EVE-ng lab (network emulation platform).

Participants must bring their own laptop computers.



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