IEC Networking Workshop
June 26-30, 2000
San Diego Supercomputer Center
The IEC workshop in June 2000 is the third installment of these workshops which
will cover 5 days of instruction with 2 parallel tracks. They will be taught by
networking gurus or the authors of the materials whenever possible. Attendees
choose one topic per day and attend lecture and lab sessions on it; some topics
may require two days to cover properly. We encourage faculty to bring their
teaching assistants along to the workshops.
The meeting will be held at the San Diego Supercomputer Center, on the campus
of the University of California, San Diego in La Jolla. A list of
directions to SDSC and a map
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
University faculty and their TA's who are involved in teaching networking classes.
The Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) is a collaborative effort
toward greater cooperation in engineering and maintaining a robust, scalable global Internet
infrastructure. Its neutral framework supports cooperative endeavors by government, academia,
and commercial providers and vendors.
CAIDA's Internet Engineering Curriculum repository offers dynamic, state-of-the-art Internet
engineering training materials. Other CAIDA outreach includes periodic Internet Statistics and
Metrics Analysis (ISMA) workshops focusing on problems inherent in scaling the Internet.
CAIDA's visualization tools are an important means of depicting the Internet infrastructure.
Publicly available measurement and analysis tools, including Coral passive traffic monitors,
cflowd software, and skitter active measurement tools provide unique windows into Internet
traffic behavior. CAIDA also supports deployment of prototypes, such as the commercial cache
initiative at the MAE-West exchange; benchmarking of Internet hardware and software; and a
network access point for Southern California ISPs.
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