Events | Webinars Index

  • Webinar Joining Instructions
  • LIR Bootstrap Webinar
  • IP Address Planning Webinar
  • IPv6 Routing Webinar
  • Advanced IPv6 BGP Webinar
  • IPv6 Transition Techniques Webinar

Introduction

Specific joining instructions for each of our courses are usually sent out by e-mail to invited participants one weeks prior to the course to which they relate. However, this page lists some generic useful information for all courses.

Webinar Format

Courses generally run from 8.30 to 17.30 each day but often we stay till 18:00 or more!  During the day, there are two short breaks and one long break for lunch and prayers in muslim countries.

TimeSession
0830 - 0900 Registration and opening
0900 - 1100 Session #1
1100 - 1130 Tea break #1
1130 - 1300 Session #2
1300 - 1400 Lunch break
1400 - 1530 Session #3
1530 - 1600 Tea break #2
1600 - 1730 Session #4

Preparing for the webinar

Once invited for the workshop, participants should head to our website, download and review the relavant training materials. Participants to technical workshops are also required to come along with their own laptops which must have the following utilities installed:

  1. Virtualbox - a virtualisation software available freely from http://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads
  2. A telnet and/or SSH client to use to log into remote equipment. If your operating system does not have these installed, you can download and install the following free ones: 
    •  Putty - http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html 
    •  Terraterm - http://en.sourceforge.jp/projects/ttssh2/releases/ 
  3. The RIPE whois client freely available from http://whois.sourceforge.net.  Please note that although most Linux/unix operation systems have a whois client, these do not support most of the flags used by the AfriNIC whois server.
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Introduction

So you are a freshly minted AfriNIC member and you have these shiny new ranges of IP addresses and ASNs, congratulations. Now how do you go about setting up your presence in the whois database as every responsible resource holder should? - this is the webinar for you. After attending this webinar, you will be able to

  • Create the relevant objects in the whois database to represent your allocation
  • Use MyAfriNIC for managing their resources and interacting with AfriNIC
  • Navigate the various communications channels for getting support from AfriNIC
Pre-requisites
  • Understanding of TCP/IP
  • Basic CLI skills
Modules

 

Mode of Instruction
  • Live webinar presentations
  • Technology demos
  • Live Q&As
Duration  2 - 3 hours
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Introduction

Exactly which IP number resources do you need for your network? How much of each? This webinar takes the guesswork and brings reality-infused-science to the process of planning and requesting for IP number resources. After attending this webinar, you will be able to

  • Create and implement an IPv4 addressing plan
  • Create and implement an IPv6 addressing plan
  • Request resources from AfriNIC
Pre-requisites
  • Understanding of TCP/IP
  • Basic CLI skills
  • Either taken the IPv6 Foundations module or have equivalent knowledge
Modules
  • IP Address Planning
Mode of Instruction
  • Live webinar presentations
  • Technology demos
  • Live Q&As
Duration  2 - 3 hours
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Introduction

Use of your IPv6 address begins with routing it - both within your internal infrastructure and with providers or peers. This webinar upgrades you knowledge of routing to integrate IPv6 . After attending this webinar, you will be able to

  • Configure and verify static routing
  • Configure and verify OSPFv3 routing
  • Configure and verify basic BGP routing
  • Configure and verify route summarization and redistribution
Pre-requisites
  • Understanding of TCP/IP
  • Basic CLI skills
  • Have taken the IPv6 Foundations module or have equivalent knowledge
Modules
Mode of Instruction
  • Live webinar presentations
  • Technology demos
  • Live Q&As
Duration  2 - 3 hours
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Introduction

Everything may run on IPv4 (and IPv6), but without BGP, we really won't have the Internet as we have it today. This webinar takes your knowledge of advanced BGP concepts into the realm of IPv6. After attending this webinar, you will be able to

  • Configure and verify BGP routing policies
  • Configure and verify advanced route filtering
  • Create and publicise a routing policy in an Internet Routing Registry
Pre-requisites
  • Understanding of TCP/IP
  • Basic CLI skills
  • Have taken the IPv6 Foundations module or have equivalent knowledge
  • Have taken the IPv6 Routing module or have equivalent knowledge
Modules
Mode of Instruction
  • Live webinar presentations
  • Technology demos
  • Live Q&As
Duration  2 - 3 hours
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Introduction

IPv4 address space may be gone, but the reality is that IPv4 is likely going to be with us a long time. Also, because not all providers currently offer IPv6, sometimes, getting your IPv6 network hooked up to the rest of the Internet will need some technical 'duct tape'. Transition techniques are that duct tape and this webinar focuses on how they work and which ones are suitable for which scenarios. After attending this webinar, you will be able to

  • Describe how the key transition techniques work
  • Configure and verify dual stack and tunnel-based techniques
  • Choose a transition technique to fit any deployment scenario
  • Describe how NAT64/DNS64 works and the required infrastructural elements
Pre-requisites
  • Understanding of TCP/IP
  • Basic CLI skills
  • Have taken the IPv6 Foundations module or have equivalent knowledge
  • Have taken the IPv6 Routing module or have equivalent knowledge
Modules
Mode of Instruction
  • Live webinar presentations
  • Technology demos
  • Live Q&As
Duration  2 - 3 hours
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