16-24 January 2006, Mumbai, India
Call for Papers
Deadline for proposals : 1 December, 2005
Acceptance Notification: 15 December, 2005
Paper Confirmation : 1 January, 2006
Please submit Online
The following is an open call for papers/presentations for the two-day conference. Presentations are expected to be 20-30 minutes long with technical content. Marketing and sales content in presentations is against the spirit of the SANOG and is strictly prohibited. Please respond to this call for papers/presentations by submitting it online at
The conference will be comprised of 6 session in two days, including the plenary. The tracks are for general ideas, and feel free to propose talks that you think are relevant to the operational and Internet research community. The topics given below are not exclusive.
Track 1: Network operations
In this session we invite papers, reports and presentations from network operators, equipment vendors and academic institutions conducting
network research on operational issues. Possible topics for this track are:
- Prevention and mitigation of Denial of Service attacks including intrusion, spam etc.
- Routing policies and architecture for scalable IP and broadband networks
- Technology updates and trends in security and routing
- MPLS and QoS implementation experiences
- Traffic management and measurement
- Network migration issues (IPv4 to v6, Layer 2 to IP etc.)
Track 2: Applications and Services
This track will discuss various services that can be enabled on packet networks. Papers and presentations are invited from developers, operators, equipment vendors and research organizations on the following and related topics
- Voice and Multimedia over IP
- Managed network services including Security and VPNs
- Mail servers, SPAM prevention,
- Wireless Technology and Applications
Track 3: Peering and IXP
This is a new track at SANOG. This is to cater to the growing demand on the newly established Internet Exchange Points in the region. As local ISPs are going international, we would like to invite both regional and international experts to share their ideas and experience on these topics.
- Internet Exchange Points Operations
- Peering Techniques and Policies
- BGP Multihoming Techniques
Track 4: Regional updates
This track is fairly broad, and will include updates from ISPs, regional Internet exchanges, APNIC, routing table updates and such information that would be useful to the SANOG community.
You are also welcome to submit proposals for BoFs.
Ananth Nagarajan, Program Chair - SANOG
Sumon Ahmed Sabir, Program Co-Chair - SANOG
and the SANOG Programme Committee
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