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Program

 

Saturday, 3rd July 2004 – Tutorials

 

Stream 1 - ( in the Hilton )

Stream 2

Stream 3 - ( in the Hilton )

 

9.00-12:30

QoS - Glen Turner, AARNet

 

SIP (all day) - AARNet

 

12:30-2:00

Lunch

2:00-5:10

 

 

SIP (all day) - AARNet

 

 

 

Sunday, 4th July 2004 – Tutorials

 

Stream 1 - ( in the Cairns International )

Stream 2 - ( in the Cairns International )

Stream 3 - ( in the Hilton )

 

9.00-12:30

User Resource Management and Security Management – A practical introduction - Juniper

Security - Fortinet

IP v6 - Greg Wickham and Chris Myers, GrangeNet 
GregWickham_ChrisMyers.pdf

 

12:30-2:00

Lunch

2:00-5:10

ITIL - Griffith University
Steve_Walsh.pdf

Campus Network Design – Tony Saunders, Cisco Systems

Multicast - Greg Wickham and Chris Myers, GrangeNet
GregWickham_ChrisMyers.pdf

QuestNet Golf

5:10-6:00

 

6:00-800

Joint QUESTnet/APAN Welcome Event

 

 

Monday, 5th July 2004 - Conference

 

Stream 1 – Management

Stream 2 – Cisco

Stream 3 – Other

 

8:00 -8:30

Registration

8:30 - 9:00

Welcome - Kent Adams, Director, Information Technology & Resources, James Cook University & 
Opening Remarks - Lt Gen (Ret) John Grey AC, Chancellor, James Cook University 
QUESTnetWelcome.pdf
John_Grey.pdf

9:00-9.45

KeyNote - SURFnet6, NetherLight and GLIF - Kees Neggers, SURFnet, Netherlands 
Kees_Neggers.pdf

9.45-10:30

KeyNote - The Status and Results of the 6NET Project and Related IPv6 Initiatives - Peter Kirstein, University College, London, United Kingdom
Peter_Kirstein.pdf

10:30-11:00

Break

11:00-11:40

The new AARNet 3 network and its implementation - Chris Hancock and Don Robertson, CEO and Deputy CEO, AARNet, respectively
Don_Robertson_andAARNet.pdf

11:40-12:20

AARNet 3 Continued

12:20-1:30

Lunch

1:30-2:10

The Australian Research and Education Network: its critical role in Australia's e-Research Infrastructure strategy - Evan Arthur, DEST 
Evan_Arthur.pdf

Design of the CRS-1 - Iain Lockyer, Cisco Systems

Rendezvous: ZeroConf for the masses - Joseph Cox, Apple Computer

 

2:10-2:50

Mission Possible! – an integrated approach to the provision of broadband - Peter Nissen, DEST / DoCITA 
Peter_Nissen.pdf

IP Telephony: The Road Ahead - Adam Radford, Cisco Systems 
Adam_Radford.pdf

Interactive Distance e-Learning - Nick Leake (/display/qn2004/Papers#Papers-'InteractiveDistanceeLearning'viasatelliteACaseStudyofNSW&NTSchoolsoftheAir)

 

2:50-3:20

Break

3:20-4:00

National Research Education and Innovation Network (NZ) - Dr Peter Komisarczuk 
Peter_Komisarczuk.pdf

Adaptive Services Framework - Keith Sinclair, Cisco Systems
Keith_Sinclair.pdf

Unified Communications: Increasing business efficiency with communications - Brian Bird, Alcatel

 

4:00-4:40

Can I email you please? - Claire Groves, UQ
Claire_Groves.pdf

Layer 7 Switching Deployment at QUT - David Richards, QUT 
David_Richards.pdf Daniel_Storey.pdf

AARNet IPv6 session - IPv6 working group update 
Michael_Biber.pdf

 

4:40-5:20

Email – The 'killer application' becomes Mission-Critical - Jeff Brainard, Mirapoint 
Jeff_Brainard.pdf

Managing Gigabit Networks, Applications and Services - Mike Hicks, Compuware
Mike_Hicks.pdf

AARNet IPv6 session - Ipv6

 

5:20-6:00

Session

Session – Firewalling 
Bryan_Thompson.pdf

AARNet IPv6 session - Ipv6

 

6:30 onwards

QUESTnet Australian BBQ

 

 

Tuesday, 6th July 2004 – Conference

 

Stream 1 – Management

Stream 2 – Billing / Traffic

Stream 3 – WLAN

 

9:00-10:00

KeyNote - Networks for knowledge and innovation - A strategic study of European research and education networking - Karel Veitch, CEO TERENA

10:00-10:30

Break

10:30-11:10

ANP Directions – Andrea Grosvenor, DoCITA 
Andrea_Grosvenor.pdf

Internet Content (Filtering, Caching, Content Delivery) - John Cougar, Telstra Internet

Wireless LAN Control Architecture - Simon Newstead, Juniper Networks
Simon_Newstead.pdf

 

11:10-11:50

The Research Programme of the CSIRO Centre for Networking Technologies for the Information Economy - Glynn Rogers, CeNTIE 
Glynn_Rogers.pdf

Accounting at Gigabit Speeds - the Trials and Tribulations - Peter Newman, QUT
Peter_Newman.pdf

Real Time WLAN - Alex Gatiragas, NEC
Alex_Gatiragas.pdf

 

11:50-12:30

GrangeNet ~ a great start and an even brighter future - Paul Davis, GrangeNet 
Paul_Davis.pdf

Volume Accounting and User Management in a University Environment - Mark Williams, Juniper Networks

Wireless Mesh Networks - Richard O'Halloran, Nortel Networks 
Richard_OHalloran.pdf

 

12:30-1:30

Lunch

1:30-2:10

Connecting Rural communites using WiFi - Jamie Curtis, U.Waikato
Jamie_Curtis.pdf

Cost recovery and billing for today's networks - Steve Prince, Phoneware
Steve_Prince.pdf

CeNTIE, A next generation research network – Jim Argyros, CeNTIE 
Jim_Argyros.pdf

 

2:10-2:50

BushNet – Politics, Practicalities and Speeding Fines - John Dodson and Peter Choquenot, U.Syd and ATI, respectively 
JohnDodson_PeterChoquenot.pdf

Internet accounting, billing, and user management via Jet - Kevin Littlejohn, Obsidian
Kevin_Littlejohn.pdf

Partnering in research with Nortel Networks - James Boswell, Nortel & CeNTIE

 

2:50-3:20

Break

3:20-4:00

Report on the Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories - Robin Stanton, ANU 
Robin_Stanton.pdf

Personal Multimedia Conferencing - Alfred Ng, Radvision
Nicolas_Dramais.pdf

Enabling distant collaboration with SIP - Mick Regan, Nortel Networks

 

4:00-4:40

Project Management Case Study: Wireless@Griffith - Thomas King and David Renaud, Griffith University
King_Renaud.pdf

Are you spamming today? - Matthew Sullivan, SORBS 
Matthew_Sullivan.pdf

AARNet IP telephony session - IP Telephony working group update
Rod_Ibell_1.pdf

 

4:40-5:20

Software Engineering for the Computational Grid - David Abramson, Monash
David_Abramson.pdf

Peering in Australia - Steve Baxter, PIPE Networks 
Steve_Baxter.pdf

AARNet IP telephony session
Rod_Ibell_2.pdf

 

5:20-6:00

Session – Cross University Provisioning and Authentication

Session – Peering

AARNet IP telephony session

 

6:30 onwards

Joint Gala Dinner

 

 

Wednesday, 7th July 2004 - Conference

 

Stream 1 – Directions

Stream 2 – Mail/AV/Spam

Stream 3 – Video

 

9:00-10:00

Keynote - Managing the equivalent to AARNet in China albeit servicing 1200 universities! - Xing Li, Deputy Director, China Education and Research Network (CERNET)

10:00-10:30

Break

10:30-11:10

Optical Networks - Gary Ruddy, Nortel Networks
Gary_Ruddy.pdf

Anti-Virus & SPAM Management, The Microsoft way - Raj Natarajan, Microsoft
Raj_Natarajan.pdf

Leading Edge Videoconferencing - Gary Gulliford and Roger Boe, James Cook University and Tandberg, respectively
Gary_Gulliford.pdf 
GaryGulliford_RogerBoe.pdf

 

11:10-11:50

An Independent View of University Public Web Server Availability - Philip Roy 
Phil_Roy.pdf

Why less is more in anti-virus protection - Leigh Costin, Fortinet

AARNet Video over IP session - WG report 
Michael_Fry.pdf

 

11:50-12:30

Networking beyond the year 2010 - Vince Pizzica, Alcatel

Achieving Enterprise Wide Authentication using EAI – Martin Flanagan, Eucalypt Software Partners
Martin_Flanagan.pdf

Research Channel International and Video over IP - Andrew Howard, AARNet 
Andrew_Howard.pdf 
Chris_Aquilina.pdf 
Steve_Cox.pdf

 

12:30-1:00

Closing Remarks - Kent Adams, Director, Information Technology & Resources, James Cook University 
Prizes
Handover to the next University 
QUESTnetClosing.pdf

1:00-2:00

Lunch

2:30-6:00

 

 

All day

Thursday, 8th July 2004 – Reef Trip

 

All day

Friday, 9th July 2004 - Kuranda Skyrail and Train