[lacnog] Consulta sobre cisco

Jose Mario Alvarado Nunez jmarioal21 en gmail.com
Mie Nov 9 18:17:19 BRST 2016

Pero HSRP y VRRP no funcionan como redundante en un mismo router como esos,
solo para dos routers. O me equivoco? nunca lo he intentando.

2016-11-09 14:11 GMT-06:00 Alejandro Acosta <alejandroacostaalamo en gmail.com>

> El 9/11/16 a las 2:08 p.m., Manuel José Linares Alvaro escribió:
> Hola,
>> Alguien sabe como configurar un router cisco (tal vez un 2900 o 2800) con
>> dos interfaces de red
>> ethernet redundantes? algo parecido a lo que llamamos en linux interfaces
>> bond?
>> Saludos,
>> Manuel Linares.
>> --------------------------------------------------
>> From: "Robert Guerra" <rguerra en privaterra.org>
>> Sent: Monday, November 7, 2016 2:31 PM
>> To: "Latin America and Caribbean Region Network Operators Group" <
>> lacnog en lacnic.net>
>> Cc: "GT IPv6 LAC / LAC IPv6 TF" <lactf en lacnic.net>
>> Subject: [lacnog] IGF 2016 / Se busca contactos sobre el despliegue de
>> IPv6
>> Estimados colegas,
>>> Estoy organizando una session sobre IPv6 en el Foro de Governance que
>>> tendrá lugar en Mexico al mes que viene.
>>> Me encantaría incluir la participación de personas responsable del
>>> despliegue de IPv6 de Latin America. A continuación os incluyo detalles
>>> de la session.
>>> Si teneis alguna pregunta, envíame una nota.
>>> saludos
>>> Roberto
>>> --
>>> Robert Guerra
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>>> Details of the workshop
>>> ——————————————————————————
>>> IGF 2016 Workshop #6 : Can Law enforcement catch bad actors online
>>> anymore
>>> https://www.intgovforum.org/cms/igf2016/index.php/proposal/view_public/6
>>> Description of workshop:
>>> The exhaustion of the IPv4 address supply has been predicted since the
>>> end of the 1980s. However, the large scale adoption of mobile devices
>>> and their associated IPv4 addressing needs accelerated the exhaustion
>>> timetable, and placed increased pressure on network operators to
>>> conserve IPv4 addresses
>>> This pressure has resulted in a marked increase in the use of
>>> technologies, such as Network Address Translation (NAT), that allow
>>> pools of addresses to be shared across multiple endpoints. These
>>> mechanisms enable the reuse of the limited pool of available IPv4
>>> addresses, resulting in the number of connected endpoints vastly
>>> outnumbering the number of addresses in use in the public internet.
>>> This has three important implications for Internet technology
>>> developers, and those who depend on certain behaviors of the technology.
>>> Application designers need to consider the fact that an IP address does
>>> not necessarily identify an endpoint.
>>> Law enforcement and forensic functions need to consider that an IP
>>> address alone may not be sufficient to correlate Internet activity
>>> observations with an endpoint; and even an IP address associated
>>> timestamp generally may not suffice.
>>> Data retention mechanisms and policies that record or reference an IP
>>> address need to refactor their actions and requirements to consider that
>>> in increasingly large parts of the Internet, an IP address is merely a
>>> temporary identifier. Potentially large volumes of ancillary data are
>>> required to match an IP address to an endpoint.
>>> Description of the plan to facilitate discussion amongst speakers,
>>> audience members and remote participants:
>>> The workshop will be organized as a facilitated dialogue. Led by the
>>> moderator, subject experts will debate and discuss the key questions and
>>> issues. Subject experts will give opening comments, after which the
>>> moderator will turn to those attending the session and invited experts
>>> in the audience to engage in facilitated dialogue.
>>> In addition to the background documents and papers that will be prepared
>>> ahead of the IGF, additional articles of interest, commissioned blogs,
>>> reference materials and social media conversations will be published and
>>> distributed ahead of the workshop.
>>> Speakers:
>>> The experts listed below have accepted the invitation to participate in
>>> the session. They are drawn from the Law Enforcement, Government,
>>> Academia, Civil Society, The Technical Community and Private sector
>>> stakeholder groups. A facilitated dialogue will be organized so that
>>> these experts can bring their knowledge and perspective to discuss and
>>> debate the challenges brought by IPv4 exhaustion and the challenges and
>>> opportunities presented by IPv6 adoption.
>>> (1) Jeffrey R. Bedser is the founder and CEO of iThreat Cyber Group
>>> www.ithreat.com. Mr. Bedser has led ICG on its journey from an internet
>>> investigative firm to a technology driven threat Intelligence Company.
>>> ICG was formed in 1997 as Internet Crimes Group. Mr. Bedser has been a
>>> facilitator, panelist and speaker for organizations such as POLCYB, ASIS
>>> International, Infragard, HTCIA, The Conference Board, ICANN and the FBI
>>> Training Academy at Quantico. Mr. Bedser has received media coverage on
>>> multiple occasions discussing topics surrounding cyber-crime and cyber
>>> security.
>>> For the session, Jeff will help present an overview of the current
>>> challenges being faced by cyber investigators as IPv4 addresses are
>>> exhausted and the transition to a wider deployment of IPv6 takes place.
>>> (2) John Curran is considered an Internet and telecommunications
>>> industry expert. Curran was one of the founding members and is the
>>> current President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Registry
>>> for Internet Numbers (ARIN), a Regional Internet Registry (RIR). He is
>>> also a Principal Associate at Isotropic, LLC., a cybersecurity and
>>> telecommunications service provider. Curran actively participates in the
>>> activities of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and has served
>>> as co-chairman of the Operations and Network Management Area and member
>>> of IPng (IPv6) Directorate.
>>> For the session, John will bring the North American Regional Internet
>>> Registry perspective to the conversation.
>>> (3) Laura DeNardis is an American author and a globally recognized
>>> scholar of Internet governance and technical infrastructure. She is a
>>> tenured Professor and Associate Dean in the School of Communication at
>>> American University. She is a Senior Fellow of the Centre for
>>> International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and serves as the Director of
>>> Research for the Global Commission on Internet Governance. With a
>>> background in Information engineering and a doctorate in Science and
>>> Technology Studies (STS), her research studies the social and political
>>> implications of Internet technical architecture and governance.
>>> She is an appointed member of the U.S. Department of State Advisory
>>> Committee on International Communications and Information Policy
>>> (ACICIP). She has more than two decades of experience as an expert
>>> consultant in Internet Governance to Fortune 500 companies, foundations,
>>> and government agencies.
>>> For the session, Laura will bring an academic and research perspective
>>> to the conversation
>>> (4) Robert Flaim has been a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) for the
>>> Federal Bureau of Investigation for over seventeen (17) years.
>>> Currently, SSA Flaim is assigned to the Executive Staff Unit of the
>>> Operational Technology Division in Quantico, Virginia. Since 2004, Mr.
>>> Flaim has worked on Internet Governance efforts with the Internet
>>> Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and Regional Internet
>>> Registries, i.e., ARIN, RIPE NCC, the Internet Engineering Task Force
>>> and other Internet Governance organizations, to foster Internet policies
>>> and practices that ensure effective international law enforcement
>>> investigations. Prior to his current position, Mr. Flaim worked at the
>>> FBI Washington Field Office on cyber and counterterrorism
>>> investigations.
>>> Bobby will bring a US and international law enforcement perspective to
>>> the conversation and dialogue. As well, Robert will bring a unique
>>> first-hand familiarity of urgent cyber investigations to to discussion.
>>> (4) Athina Fragkouli is the Legal Counsel at the RIPE Network
>>> Coordination Centre (NCC), where she is responsible for all legal
>>> aspects of the organisation. She defines the RIPE NCC legal framework,
>>> provides advice, and gives legal support for all RIPE NCC activities.
>>> Athina works with a variety of Internet stakeholders such as network
>>> operators, governments, and Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA). She also
>>> represents the RIPE NCC in a variety of fora such as technical meetings
>>> and EU-organised events.
>>> Athina - Will bring a European Regional Internet Registry perspective to
>>> the panel. As well she will bring a rights based, european and privacy
>>> perspective to the conversation.
>>> (5) Merike Kaeo is a recognized global expert in information security
>>> and author of “Designing Network Security.” Prior to joining
>>> Farsight Security, Merike served as Chief Information Security Officer
>>> for Internet Identity (IID), where she was responsible for maintaining
>>> IID’s vision and ensuring the company’s sensitive information and
>>> technologies are protected. Prior to joining IID, Merike founded Double
>>> Shot Security, which provided strategic and operational guidance to
>>> secure Fortune 100 companies. She led the first security initiative for
>>> Cisco in the mid-1990s. Merike is on ICANN’s Security and Stability
>>> Advisory Council (SSAC) and the FCC’s Communications Security,
>>> Reliability and Interoperability Council (CSRIC). She earned a MSEE from
>>> George Washington University and a BSEE from Rutgers University.
>>> (6) Dick Leaning has over 28 years’ experience in Law Enforcement,
>>> leading teams of investigators in the Metropolitan Police Service
>>> (London), UK National Crime Squad (NCS) and the Serious Organised Crime
>>> Agency (SOCA) and from 2009 within SOCA’s Cyber Crime Department. Dick
>>> has been the UK representative at the G8 High-Tech Crime subgroup of
>>> senior experts and Interpol’s European High-Tech Crime Working Group
>>> with responsibility for enhancing the abilities of law enforcement.
>>> Based in The Hague since September 2011, Dick joined the United Kingdom
>>> Liaison Bureau (UKLB) desk as a Europol Cyber Liaison officer, and has
>>> recently taken on the role of Seconded National Expert attached to the
>>> European Cybercrime Center (EC3) at Europol. In his current role, Dick
>>> has responsibility for Internet Community Engagement through which he
>>> hopes to achieve significant dialogue with the Internet’s
>>> multi-stakeholders and Law Enforcement, to work in partnership to
>>> prevent, disrupt and prosecute cyber criminals.
>>> Richard will bring a Internet Registry, Law Enforcement and
>>> International Cyber Investigation perspective to the conversation and
>>> dialogue.
>>> (7) Ben Butler has been with Go Daddy since 2001. In 2002, He formed the
>>> Go Daddy Abuse Department, and served as Director of Network Abuse for
>>> over 10 years. In this role, Ben helped create and enforce company and
>>> public policies dealing with every form of potential abuse that happens
>>> online, including spam, phishing, identity theft, copyright
>>> infringements, cyberbullying, child exploitation issues, and rogue
>>> internet pharmacies. He recently took on a new role as Director of the
>>> Digital Crimes Unit. Ben comes from a strong technical background
>>> including several years as a network and email administrator, and has
>>> experience in customer service, business management, and marketing.
>>> Ben will bring a registrar perspective to the conversation and dialogue.
>>> Description of the proposer's plans for remote participation
>>> The workshop will be organized as a facilitated dialogue. Led by the
>>> moderator, subject experts will debate and discuss the key questions and
>>> issues. Subject experts will give opening comments, after which the
>>> moderator will turn to those attending the session and invited experts
>>> in the audience to engage in facilitated dialogue.
>>> Background paper (attached)
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