Thursday, 14 May 11:00 - 12:30
|A. Administrative Matters [5 min]
|B. jFlowLib [15 min]|
Thomas King, DE CIX
This library is able to read and write sFLow and IPFIX data in the format coming from Force10 and Alcatel Lucent boxes. At DE-CIX we use it internally to parse sFlow and IPFIX data, multiplex it (to different collectors), anonymise data and generate graphs.
More about jFlowLib: https://github.com/de-cix/jFlowLib.
|C. OSNT - A Community-owned Platform for High-performance and Low-cost Network Testing [20 min]|
Gianni Antichi, University of Cambridge
Despite network monitoring and testing being critical for computer networks, current solutions are both extremely expensive and Closed Source. Into this lacuna we launch the Open Source Network Tester (OSNT), a fully Open Source, high-performance traffic generator and capture system. This talk will present both the overall OSNT architecture and one of its most prominent use cases: next-generation OpenFlow switches testing.
|D. Zonemaster - Do We Need Another DNS Testing Tool? [10 min]|
Zonemaster is software for testing DNS delegations. It is based on previous efforts such as Zonecheck and DNSCheck, and is a collaboration between AFNIC and .SE. This talk will present how we undertook the project and what kind of results we have achieved. Results include clear test specifications, a fully functional tool, and an extensible framework for writing custom tools. We will also explore future developments in DNS testing.
More about Zonemaster: https://github.com/dotse/zonemaster
|E. Building an Open Source IPv6 Configuration Architecture for OpenWrt [20 min]|
Steven Barth, OpenWrt
Describing how we implemented and integrated RA, DHCPv6, prefix delegation and softwires (such as DS-Lite, LW4over6 or MAP) into a multi-homing capable system. Showing issues and quirks we found in a variety of ISP and client implementations and describes ongoing development on autonomic configuration and management of next generation home networks as proposed to the IETF homenet working group.
|F. Open Source Lightning Updates [20 min]|
|G. Closing Remarks [5 min]|