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All these workshop materials are in the public domain, and are free to use for non-commercial purposes, unmodified, and with full attribution. See Creative Commons licence.

The workshop materials are based on the content of the extremely successful Cisco ISP/IXP Workshop programme which ran from 1997 until 2011. While the programme is sadly no longer active within Cisco, many industry friends and volunteers still use and develop the materials for use in workshops taking place in the Network Operations Group fora and other gatherings around the world.

If you like the materials, and want to make derivative works, Philip is happy for you to do that. Just please acknowledge Philip, Cisco, and the Network Startup Resource Center, without whom this collection of training materials would simply not be available.

If you have any suggestions for improvements, or any contributions you'd like to make to the materials, these would be most welcome, with full acknowledgements, of course.

Presentations

Category Presentation Notes
Routing Internet Introduction Introductory slideset
Routing Introduction How routing works
OSPF Introduction 25 slide primer on OSPF
OSPF for ISPs A lot more detail about OSPF
OSPF in detail Out dated now
IS-IS Introduction 25 slide primer on IS-IS
IS-IS for ISPs A lot more detail about IS-IS
IS-IS in detail Out dated now
Comparing IS-IS with OSPF Valuable comparison between the two protocols
Migration from OSPF to IS-IS The simple steps to move from one to the other
BGP BGP Introduction Introductory slideset
Scaling BGP How to scale BGP for today's networks
32bit AS Numbers What they are and how to deploy
BGP Attributes Describing all the BGP attributes
BGP Policy How to use attributes to implement policy
BGP Best Current Practices Industry best current practices
Transitioning to BGP How to move from static routed network to using BGP
Simple Multihoming Some simple multihoming examples
Advanced Multihoming Follow on, more detailed look at traffic engineering
BGP Communities More advanced BGP policy and traffic engineering
IPv6 IPv6 Introduction Why we need to deploy IPv6
The IPv6 Protocol All about the protocol and IPv6 standards
IPv6 Address Planning How to do IPv6 addressing in a network
IPv6 Address Planning Exercise Putting presentation into practice
IPv6 Routing Introduction to IPv6 specific features in the common routing protocols
Introduction to OSPFv3 OSPF for IPv6
ISIS for IPv6 IPv6 support in IS-IS
BGP for IPv6 IPv6 support in BGP
IPv6 Transition Planning A review of relevant transition mechanisms for today's Internet
Securing IPv6 Transition Mechanisms And how to secure these mechanisms
IPv6 Deployment Study The simple steps to deploying IPv6 on a network operator's backbone - technical version
IPv6 Deployment Planning The simple steps to deploying IPv6 on a network operator's backbone - high level version
IPv6 Security And introduction to security for IPv6
IPv6 Device Hardening Device hardening, with a focus on IPv6
IPv6 Routing Security Implementing routing security, specifically related to IPv6
Design The Value of Peering Why peering is fundamentally important for the Internet
ISP Network Design
ISP Systems Design
IXP Design The why and how of design and building an IXP
LINX History My experiences with the early history of LINX
Choosing Routers How to choose a router
Security Remotely Triggered Blackhole Filtering Describing how RTBH filtering works
BGP Origin Validation RPKI and securing BGP announcements

Labs

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