Campus Network Best Practices Workshop - 2019

The workshop on Campus Network Best Practices is to provide the best practices to proper setting up of an institutional campus network with all its essential to monitor, troubleshoot, manage and secure. It includes network design/implementation, core layer and distribution layer configuration, NAT/firewall and monitoring/management.  

The content of the workshop will be carefully narrowed down to suite the local campus networks so that it can be directly applied to their networks with lot of confidence in mind. Simply it is, how you should get IPv4 and IPv6 work together while facilitating new technologies like eduroam, federated identity management, etc to your end users. 

The program targets the network/systems engineers from LEARN member institutions

Venue: Information Technology Center, University of Peradeniya
Duration: 5 days
Class size: 60
Target group: Network/Systems engineers from LEARN member institutions (one who deals with the campus network)
Program Level: Intermediate
Course fee: free of charge (two nights accommodation sharing basis, refreshment, lunch, dinner and break-first will be provided)
Date: 11th to 15th Mar 2019
Note: Participants are requested to bring a laptop (8GB RAM, 25GB free disk space) with VirtualBox hypervisor installed

Important Dates

Call of Institutional Nominations Opening: 14th Jan 2019
Call of Institutional Nominations Closing: 15th Feb 2019
Selection announced: 15th Feb 2019
Online Registration Opening: 15th Feb 2019
Online Registration Closing: 07th Mar 2019


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