Note : Some presentations are unavailable or were witheld by the author. 

Day 1 (21 August 2008).

  IPv6 Failure is an Option, Geoff Huston, APNIC
  Peering - How an ISP might attain Tier1 status, Vijay Gill, Google
  Emerging Access Technologies, Tom Sykes, NEC
Building Remote POPs, Mark Prior, Juniper
Scaling Broadband Access Networks, Cameron Dry, iiNet
  4 Byte ASN - The Transit Provider Perspective, James Spenceley, Vocus

Australia in IPv6 transition, Tony Hill, ISOC

Internet Traffic and Attack Trends, Danny McPherson, Arbor Networks

Oregon IX - History and Overview, David Meyer, Cisco

  Panel - AP Policy



Day 2 (22 August 2008).


Automatic Configuration Generation and Auditing, Vijay Gill, Google

INOC DBA, Garurab Raj Upadhaya & Bill Woodcock


IPv6 in Asia - A consumer's perspective, Raphael Ho, Equinix

LISP - David Meyer, Cisco

Billing and Accounting ISP users, Lessons Learnt, Mark Lillywhite, Inomial


Route Filtering Panel: Responsibilities and Challenges, Danny McPherson, Arbor Networks

Exchange Point Routing, Jason Sinclair & Bob Purdon, PIPE Networks
Network Monitoring and Control Using the Open Source “L3DGE” System, Warren Harrop