Why we need a DENOG working group for "routing"
11-14, 16:10–16:20 (Europe/Berlin), Helmut Schmidt Auditorium
Language: English

Over the years many talks and workshops have been held to improve and spread the overall knowledge of BGP and it's knobs, configs and features. These days there are only a few up-to-date and vendor-agnostic references when it comes to design, control plane and forwarding filtering in modern carrier and/or ISP like networks.

We think that DENOG is the perfect organisation to form a group of people willing to contribute their knowledge to create documents containing best practice tips and configurations for the community.

We call the community to participate in the "DENOG Working Group Routing" (wg-routing).

See also: Slides (1.2 MB)

Fiona works as a senior network engineer for AS9136 (Wobcom GmbH).

She is a board member at Denog e.V. and a member of the reverse engineering collective Zerforschung.

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My name is Vincentz Petzholtz and I am working in the Network Industry since 2006. I always have been a Network Engineer and Architect through different positions and companies (Interoute/GTT/SysEleven/ Main area’s of expertise have been BGP (Routing, Policies etc.), MPLS/Traffic Engineering, Network Security (especially DDoS Detection and Mitigation) and overall network design and architecture (Backbone and DataCenter fabrics).

Since 2017 I moved on to be the Head of Network at SysEleven (now Since 2020, I also spend more time contributing to the Berlin Internet Community for the BCIX (Berlin Internet Exchange) as member of the advisory board.

The community needs and is based on participation from its members. I’ve benefited and enjoyed community driven and organized events and services. I want to give as much time as I can to contribute back to the community.

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