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EUMEDCONNECT multicast training

15th (2PM) - 17th (12PM) Feb 2006
19 décembre 2005
 

- Material

Module Download
Main intro
PDF - 95.3 ko
IP multicast introduction
PDF - 664.4 ko
Addressing
PDF - 68.4 ko
IGMP / MLD
PDF - 258.6 ko
PIM
PDF - 505.3 ko
MRIB & MBGP
PDF - 241.9 ko
Interdomain multicast
PDF - 606.4 ko
Multicast management
PDF - 160.3 ko
Multicast troubleshooting procedures
PDF - 151.1 ko

- Training description

Objectives

From implicit knowledge of multicast pre-requisites, each student will learn how to deploy and manage multicast service in his/her own network.

Method

The first part of the course will be spent on practical exercises on a testbed. In the second part of the training, each participant will present a solution he/she plans to implement on his/her own network. All the audience will participate to validate the solution.

- Pre-requisites

Multicast theory knowledge

Ideally, course participants should have attended the Rome EUMEDCONNECT network multicast training and should have a sound understanding of the following protocols :

  • IGMP
  • PIM
  • MBGP
  • MSDP

The following is a link to the most relevant tutorial from the Rome training event :
http://www.garr.it/emc_training/tutorials/mcast_tutorial.pdf

All the material covered during the Rome event can be found at :
http://www.garr.it/emc_training/tutorials.htm

Needed

Participants are expected to bring diagrams of their network topology showing :

  • Equipment (routers, switches)
  • Links
  • Protocols deployed

Each participant must have some slides prepared about the way they plan to implement multicast on their own network. Protocols choosen and configurations to deploy must be highlighted.

- Agenda

Wednesday 2PM - 3PM Quick recall of different protocols and where they apply - EUMEDCONNECT network multicast specifications
Wednesday 3PM - 6PM Hands-on - deployment in testbed
Thursday 9AM - 1PM Hands-on - deployment in testbed
Thursday 2PM - 6PM Deploying multicast in home networks - interactive session
Friday 9AM - 1PM Deploying multicast in home networks - interactive session

- Logistic information

Date

From Wednesday February 15th to Friday February 17th 2006

Location

CINES
950 rue de Saint Priest
34097 MONTPELLIER CEDEX 5
France

tel : + 33 4 67 14 14 25
fax : + 33 4 67 52 00 36

Visa

Obtaining visas is the participants’ responsibility, and unfortunately neither DANTE or RENATER are able to assist. We advise you apply for visas as early as possible to avoid problems.

Hotel

We have done a block booking in the following hotels. Please note that Montpellier hotels are rather full those days.
With your booking, you must indicate the reference EUMEDCONNECT :

Kyriad Montpellier centre
890 avenue Jena Mermoz
34000 MONTPELLIER
Tel. : +33 4 67 64 88 50
Fax : +33 4 67 64 04 15

Price :
Single Room : 69 €/night (single room)
Breakfast : 7 €
Visitor’s tax : 0.85€/day

For information :
Block booking : 22 rooms
Register before : January 14th 2006

In case you wish to choose an other hotel, feel free to contact one in the list here

Registration

This training is co-organised by the University of Malta and RENATER in the frame of the EUMEDCONNECT project. Due to hands-on sessions, the number of attendees is limited to 20 persons. Each MED-NREN is guaranteed two places but registration must be made by not later than February 10th 2006.

MED-NRENs may however register additional people, who will be put on a waiting list and will be informed about the availability of spare places after the above deadline.

Registration can be done by sending an email to elisabeth.deponthieu renater.fr with subject "EUMEDCONNECT multicast training registration.

Reimbursement

Attendees may claim reimbursement of 80% of the costs of travel to/from the workshop, 80% of up to 4 per diems (current per diem for France is 170 Euro per night) in line with normal EUMEDCONNECT reimbursement procedures. These include attaching original boarding pass stubs and proof of cost of the airticket when making the claim.