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Day 1
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*[http://www.mikrotik.com/download/share/hu11.pdf Introduction and new products] by Normunds Rustanovics (MikroTik, Latvia)
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*RouterOS tips and tricks by Balazs Meretei (C4, Hungary)
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*HTB vs PCQ by Valens Riyadi (Citraweb, Indonesia)
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*The Dude – advanced setups and new features by Patrik Schaub (FMS Internetservice, Germany)
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*802.11 vs nstreme by Pawel Cieplinski (Technologic, Poland)
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*BGP and OSPF Implementations by Dennis Burgess (Link Technologies, USA)
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*Securing Networks with MikroTik Router OS by Tom Smyth (Wireless Connect, Ireland)
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*IPv6 by Bartłomiej Rodek (Interprojekt, Poland)
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*Mikrotik Nv2 wireless protocol by Andis Arins (SPX, Latvia) and Uldis Cernevskis (Mikrotik)
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Day 2
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*Two case studies: Internet with 3G on public transports and a smart way to have autoconfigurable hotspots by Enrico Betti (Townet, Italy)
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*Routing Security - Threats and best practices for External and Internal Routing. by Wardner Maia (MD Brazil, Brazil)
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*Using Mikrotik's API along with PHP based management system by Mikolaj Jopczynski (Tychy Online, Poland)
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*Bridged to Routed by Dennis Burgess (Link Technologies, USA)
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*RouterOS v5 released by Janis Megis, MikroTik (Latvia)
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*ID card based authentication in public WiFi hotspot by Imre Kuus (Sonictest, Estonia)
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*How to reach the maximum throughput in MIMO radio links by Ahmad Mortazavi (Deltalink Electronic, Turkey)
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*Largescale WiFi OSPF networking by Jan Hejtm?nek (Discomp, s.r.o., Czech Republic)
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*Where do you want to go today? (Remote config) by Ing.Dezider Brig?n (SEVENET s.r.o., Hungary)
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*Connecting homes with VPN by Vizi Gyorgy Tamas (Hungary)

Revision as of 10:19, 14 March 2011

Day 1

  • Introduction and new products by Normunds Rustanovics (MikroTik, Latvia)
  • RouterOS tips and tricks by Balazs Meretei (C4, Hungary)
  • HTB vs PCQ by Valens Riyadi (Citraweb, Indonesia)
  • The Dude – advanced setups and new features by Patrik Schaub (FMS Internetservice, Germany)
  • 802.11 vs nstreme by Pawel Cieplinski (Technologic, Poland)
  • BGP and OSPF Implementations by Dennis Burgess (Link Technologies, USA)
  • Securing Networks with MikroTik Router OS by Tom Smyth (Wireless Connect, Ireland)
  • IPv6 by Bartłomiej Rodek (Interprojekt, Poland)
  • Mikrotik Nv2 wireless protocol by Andis Arins (SPX, Latvia) and Uldis Cernevskis (Mikrotik)

Day 2

  • Two case studies: Internet with 3G on public transports and a smart way to have autoconfigurable hotspots by Enrico Betti (Townet, Italy)
  • Routing Security - Threats and best practices for External and Internal Routing. by Wardner Maia (MD Brazil, Brazil)
  • Using Mikrotik's API along with PHP based management system by Mikolaj Jopczynski (Tychy Online, Poland)
  • Bridged to Routed by Dennis Burgess (Link Technologies, USA)
  • RouterOS v5 released by Janis Megis, MikroTik (Latvia)
  • ID card based authentication in public WiFi hotspot by Imre Kuus (Sonictest, Estonia)
  • How to reach the maximum throughput in MIMO radio links by Ahmad Mortazavi (Deltalink Electronic, Turkey)
  • Largescale WiFi OSPF networking by Jan Hejtm?nek (Discomp, s.r.o., Czech Republic)
  • Where do you want to go today? (Remote config) by Ing.Dezider Brig?n (SEVENET s.r.o., Hungary)
  • Connecting homes with VPN by Vizi Gyorgy Tamas (Hungary)