23º ESNOG Meeting (Spanish Network Operator Group)

The purposes of ESNOG include:

  • Provide the means of communication within the Spanish state to promote education and the exchange of knowledge within the technical community and Internet operations.
  • Provide channels for group members to ask questions and discuss issues related to the Internet and public data networks.
  • Promote good Internet practices among the members of the group and also before other public or private entities, both national and international.

ESNOG carries out activities through an email list (gore [at] esnog.net) and regular meetings (bi-annual). Both are open to

27º ESNOG Meeting (Spanish Network Operator Group)

Program

    10:00 -10:15.  Diffsync and nautobot - Christian Adell
    10:30 - 11:00  Network Automation - e-academy - Maria Isabel Gandia
    12:30 - 13:00 BGP Full Routing with cheap routers - Amedeo Beck
    15:00 - 15:30 Architecture change at CATNIX - Maria Isabel Gandia
    15:30 - 16:00 Internet Country Report: Mediterranean Europe - Suzanne Taylor RIPE NCC
    16:00 - 16:30 Woodpecker - Borja Marcos
    16:30 - 17:00 Round Table: NAT vs IPv6 - Joao Damas

The purposes of ESNOG include:

  • Provide the means of communication within the Spanish state to promote education and

International meeting strands of living peace

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Minga Lab: communitary democracy for common futures

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Two Bits. The cultural transcendence of free software

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A la citada convocatoria respondieron no solo los habituales estudiantes del coordinador del proyecto en la UMA, Florencio Cabello, sino varias decenas de personas del ámbito académico, activista o profesional. Tras años de cocina a