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3 November 2014

BCOP Session At RIPE 69 Streaming Live Now

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

RIPE 69 logoRight at this moment at the RIPE 69 meeting in London, the RIPE Best Current Operational Practices (BCOP) Task Force is holding its meeting and reviewing a number of different draft BCOP documents.  You can watch live on the RIPE 69 live stream but the session is close to finishing up.  The good news is that all of the slides and video archives are appearing on the RIPE69 BCOP Task Force page almost as soon as they are presented.

The agenda for the meeting is:

A. Opening – Jan Zorz

B. BCOP Around the World – Aaron Hughes

C. Euro-IX IXP BCOPs  – Bijal Sanghani

D. IPv6 Troubleshooting for Helpdesks  – Sander Steffann and Jen Linkova

E. BCP38 + Enterprise and IX Filtering – Aaron Hughes

F. BGP BCOP – Guillaume Valadon

G. Deaggregation by Large Organizations – Iljitsch van Beijnum

H. MANRS (aka Routing Resilience Manifesto) – Andrei Robachevsky

Our team member Jan Žorž is there facilitating the meeting and actively participating as part of our overall efforts to help create more BCOP documents globally.

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