Tutorial
2005.1.24 (mon) ~ 2005.1.25 (tue)                                                                                                 <updated on 2005.01.28>

NR Tutorial  |   Access Grid Tutorial  |   Secure real-time...H323...    |   Bandwidth Optimization    |   Build...a SIP Proxy server  
 CISCO Technical Workshop   |  Workshop on Asia-Pacific Networking Technology and Next Generation Mobile Communication

NR Tutorial:
Sensor network with FieldServer, a wireless field monitoring system

Time: 2005.1.24 (mon)
 9:00-17:30
Place: Sukothai Room
(Room G)

       
(original proposal)


Organizing chairs:
Pisuth Paiboonrat (HAII, AG-WG chair)
Sahdev Singh (APAARI)
Satoru Miyata (JIRCAS)
Seishi Ninomiya (NARC-NARO)
Objectives:
In this tutorial, a low cost wireless filed monitoring system, FieldServer originally developed by NARC-NARO will be practically introduced. It is becoming quite popular especially in the Asian countries and the license free version of the Field Server technologies will be presented. With the information given, people will be able to assembly their own systems. The tutorial will also cover the software aspect of the system. The Thai version of FieldServer will be used for this tutorial.

Session Plan:
Tutors: Members from HAII and NECTEC
Session 1: Out line of FieldServer and sensor network
Session 2: Practical assembling of FieldServer
Session 3: Practical assembling of FieldServer
Session 4: Software for FieldServer

<more detail>
Speaker 1: Mr. Yao-Tsung Wang, Field Sensor Network
http://sensor.nchc.org.tw/tounan/ --> for Agriculture
http://ecogrid.nchc.org.tw/ --> for Ecology

Speaker 2: Matthew Laurenson, Using MetBroker software with FieldServer

Speaker 3: Mr. Narongsak Pimpunchat, Field Server Project in Thailand
http://tiwrm.haii.or.th/HR00.php

Speaker 4: Thaweesak Koanantakool, Boonchai Kingrungped, Chumphol Krootkaew and Sornthep Vannarat:
Mini Monitoring Station(MMS)

Village That Learn

 

CISCO Technical Workshop

Time: 2005.1.24 (mon)
 8:30-17:00
Place: Ballroom A
(Room A)


(original proposal)

presentations 1st part























 

Organizing Speakers:
CHARLES SMITH (OPTICAL) and Charles Mujie (IOX) 

Objectives:
To provide a technology update on optical networking and next generation internet operating system 

Session Plan:
8.30AM - 12Noon  Cisco Optical Technology Update
This tutorial discusses a number of network technologies including Dense Wave Division Multiplexing, Circuit Switching infrastructures
that enable this multi-tiered model to be implement layer 1, layer 2 services. A number of research networks that are in production that
have adopted these architectures are discussed in detail including the National Lambda Rail, CENIC and TWAREN backbones.

Speaker 1: Charles Smith (chas@cisco.com), Senior Consulting Engineer,  Academic Research and Technologies Initiative
Abstract: A number of Regional & National Research Networks are migrating to support  a layered logical topology to offer
               connectivity that facilitates both communities  & peer-to-peer relationships between researchers and laboratories.

Speaker 2: Olivier Jerphagnon, Product Marketing Manager, Calient Networks
Abstract: The talk will include review advances in Photonic Switching and GMPLS Control  plane technologies. Examples of IP/Optical network
               initiatives will illustrate  how they use Photonics Switches and GMPLS control plane to extend network capabilities  and support new
               services.

1PM - 5PM (IOX)  Next Generation Routing
Speakers : Scott Yow (syow@cisco.com), Manager, Product Marketing, Carrier Core Multiservice Business Unit
                 Charles Mujie (cmuije@cisco.com), Technical Marketing Engineer, Carrier Core Multiservice Business Unit
Abstract: With the release of the Cisco Carrier Routing System (CRS-1) there is a lot of  interest from the academic communities
               on this new router and in particular how it supports such high data rates and numbers of ports. The tutorial will give an overview
               of the hardware and software architecture of the CRS-1, an analysis of  the control and data planes and a "day in the life of
               a packet" as it traverses the CRS.

Specific Topics will include:
i. CRS-1 Hardware Overview: System Overview, Mechanical Overview, System Configuration, Switch Fabric, Line Card Architecture,
   Route Processor Architecture
ii. CRS-1 Software Overview - IOS XR, Microkernal Architecture, Distributed Processing,

    Scalability & Non Stop Operations, Service Separation and Isolation, Integrated Management, Architecture and life of a packet, QoS, Control plane

Remark:
Cisco Systems will be sponsoring the attendance of their workshop delegates. Delegates to the Cisco Technology Update Workshop will not be required to pay the required workshop fee 

 

Workshop on Asia-Pacific Networking Technology and Next Generation Mobile Communication
(AP-Net-NeGeMo)


 
Time: 2005.1.25 (tue)
 9:00-17:00
Place: Ballroom A&B
(Room A&B)


(original proposal)

Chair:
Shigetoshi Yoshimoto 

Objectives:
The worksohp is to strengthen academic, industrial and governemntal research collaboration in Asia with the aim of establishig Asian-initiated international startads in networking, information and communication technologies.  

Session Plan:
professors of AIT, researchers from asian countries - introduction of their research activities - introduction about the Internet standards

Room A
08:00 - 08:30 Registration
08:30 - 08:40

Welcome Speech

  1. Dr. Thaweesak Koanantakool
    National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand
  2. Dr. OHMORI Shingo
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
08:40 - 09:25

Keynote Address

  1. "Promotion of Asia Broadband Program"
    Prof. Dr. HATORI Mitsutoshi
    (10 min)
    YRP R&D Promotion Committee, Japan
  2. "Media Convergence toward IP(Internet Protocol)"
    Prof. Dr. GOTO Shigeki
    (10 min)
    APAN Chair, Japan
  3. Dr. Thaweesak Koanantakool (25 min)
    National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand
09:25 - 09:40 Coffee Break
09:40 - 10:55

Session 1-1: IMT 2000 & Beyond
Chairperson: Dr. Satien Triamlumlerd
Co- Chairperson: Dr. TOKUDA Kiyohito

  1. "Overview of New Generation Mobile Network Project"
    Dr. WAKANA Hiromitsu (25 min)
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
  2. "ARIB Activities -Standardisation for Radio Systems-"
    Mr. NAKAGAWA Fumihiko (25 min)
    Association of Radio Industries and Business, Japan
  3. "Recent Research Activities in Mobile Communications"
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lunchakorn Wuttisittikulkij (25 min)
    Chulalongkorn University, Thailan
10:55 - 11:45

Session 2: Fixed Wireless Access
Chairperson: Dr. TOKUDA Kiyohito
Co- Chairperson: Dr. Satien Triamlumlerd

  1. " Fixed Wireless Access : An integrated operator perspective"
    Dr. Pirasan Punyagupta (25 min)
    True Corporation PLC, Thailand
  2. "Next Revolution in Broadband Wireless Access"
    Dr. Kitti Wongthavarawat (25 min)
    National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand

11:45 - 12:35

Session 3: Broadband Wireless Access
Chairperson: Dr. WAKANA Hiromitsu
Co- Chairperson: Dr. Satien Triamlumlerd

  1. "Helicopter Satellite Communication System for Disaster Control Operations"
    Dr. CHUJO Wataru (25 min)
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
  2. "Broadband Wireless Access in TOT"
    Dr. Pongthiti Pongsilamanee (25 min)
    TOT Corporation, Thailand
12:35 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 14:50

Session 1-2 : IMT 2000 & Beyond
Chairperson: Dr. XU Ming
Co- Chairperson: Dr. Jatuporn Chinrungrueng

  1. "New Technologies for the Mobile Communication System"
    Mr. KAWANO Hisao (25 min)
    Fujitsu Limited, Japan
  2. "Prospects for 3G Mobile Communications Market and Technology"
    Mr. NIIMI Kenji (25 min)
    NEC Corporation, Japan
14:50 - 15:05 Coffee Break
15:05 - 15:55

Session 1-3: IMT2000 & Beyond
Chairperson: Dr. Jatuporn Chinrungrueng
Co- Chairperson: Dr. WAKANA Hiromitsu

  1. "Cdma2000 1xEV-DO: High performance and Data-optimized 3rd Generation Mobile Communication System"
    Mr. YOSHIMURA Masaaki (25 min)
    Hitachi Communications Technologies, Ltd., Japan
  2. "Technologies, Functions and Services of Future Mobile Phone"
    Dr. XU Ming (25 min)
    Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd., Japan
15:55 - 16:45

Session 4: Intelligent Transport System
Chairperson: Dr. Chusak Thanawattano
Co- Chairperson: Dr. XU Ming

  1. "New Generation ITS Communications"
    Mr. SATO Katsuyoshi (25 min)
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
  2. "Integrated Wireless Communications System between Inter-Vehicle and Road to Vehicle"
    Dr. TOKUDA Kiyohito (25 min)
    Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd., Japan
Room B
14:00 - 15:15

Session 5: Internet Technology and collaboration
Chairperson: Prof. Kanchana Kanchanasut

  1. "An Approach of Peer-Based Packet Recovery with EDbit for Unidirectional Satellite Link Environment"
    Mr. Mohammad Abdul Awal (25min)
    Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
  2. "Functional Tests of MPLS and VPN on TWAREN"
    Dr. Tsang-Ling Sheu (25min)
    National Sun-Yat-Sen University, Taiwan
  3. "Investigation of Media Streaming Service in Secure Access Network"
    Mr. Binod Vaidya (25min)
    Institute of Engineering Tribhuvan University, Nepal
15:15 - 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 - 17:00 Session 6: International Collaborations in Networking
(Panel Discussion)
Chairperson: Mr. IGARASHI Kiyoshi

Prof. Kanchana Kanchanasut (AIT, Thailand)
Dr. Chalermpol Charnsripinyo (NECTEC, Thailand)
Dr. Francis Lee (Singapore)
Dr. Heather Boyle (U.S.)
Mr. IGARASHI Kiyoshi (Japan)

 

 

Access Grid Tutorial

Time: 2005.1.24 (mon)
 9:00-12:30
Place: Bangkoknoi Room
(Room E)


(origional proposal)


Organizer/Chair:
Putchong Uthayopas
Objectives:
To get participants to build their own Access Grid . This tutorial will cover the many aspects of creating and operating an Access Grid node. The tutorial begins with an overview, Access Grid philosophy, background material, hardware and software choices and room considerations. The tutorial covers how to operate the AG, including how to manage sound and video for an optimal experience, how to use the software included with the AG and how to manage network problems.
Session Plan:
Putchong Uthayopas : session chairs, Access Grid

Remark:
40 LAN ports around the table with power,
2 servers and audio/video equipments
participants should prepare a web camera and speaker phone

 

Tutorial: Secure real-time
audio/video communication - H.350, encryption, Gatekeeper/Proxy - using
H.323 (...and a bit SIP)

Time: 2005.1.24 (mon)
 9:00-17:30
Place: Banglampoo Room
(Room D)


(origional proposal)

<more detail can be found at Reference hompage>

Organizer/Chair:
Kewin Stoeckigt (MPG), Egon Verharen (SURFnet)  
Objectives:
The objectives of this workshop are to introduce the technique of H.323 for audio- and videoconferencing. A general introduction as well as information about current issues, e.g. Firewalls, H.235, etc., will also be introduced and explained. This full day event is separated into 4 sessions, whereas the first session will be a theoretical introduction to H.323, videoconferencing, Global Dialing Scheme (GDS), ViDe, etc. The second and the third session are separated into a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part will introduced H.350 Directory Services and after that, a H.350 Directory Service will be installed (OpenLDAP based) (Session 2). In session 3, GnuGK with it functionality is introduced and it will be explained, how this system can help you to bypass a firewall. Furthermore 2 security concepts will be demonstrated. In the practical part of this session, GnuGK is installed, with a connection to the H.350 Directory service, installed in the earlier practical session. The fourth session will then show the future of H.323 and SIP. In the second part, an introduction of data collaboration standards should sum up the workshop. In general we would like to see, that every one can take their own Gatekeeper/Proxy incl. H.350 Directory Service home, either on a CD-Rom or already installed on a system.

Session Plan:

 

Bandwidth Optimization TechniquesTutorial

Time: 2005.1.24 (mon)
 14:00-17:30
Place: Bangkoknoi Room
(Room E)

(origional proposal)
 




Organizer/Chair:
Dr. Gihan Dias
Objectives:
Most of Asian countries suffer the problem of limited bandwidth. Simple but unaffordably expensive solution is to increase the bandwidth to satisfy the demand. At the same time we have realized that even given a bandwidth is not fully utilized. Therefore we targeted here to explain some of techniques to optimize the usage of bandwidth in such links. Currently we do research on this area and some of them are practically used in Sri Lankan University Network (LEARN - Lanka Educational And Research Network)

Session Plan:
Dr. Gihan Dias: Session chair
Mr. Chamara Disanayake: User Initiated Bandwidth Allocation
Ms. Pradeepa Gurusinghe: On Fly Data Compression
Mr. Sumith Gamage: Inter-Proxy Bandwidth Negotiation  

 

Tutorial: Build and understand a SIP Proxy Server

Time: 2005.1.25 (tue)
 9:00-17:30
Place: Bangkoknoi Room
(Room E)

(origional proposal)

presentations





 

Organizer/Chair:
Stephen Kingham and Quincy Wu
Objectives:
To get participants to build their own SIP VoIP servers with GPL licensed software SER <http://www.iptel.org/ser/>. Each participant will bring a Linux/FreeBSD PC to this hands-on workshop and install necessary software packages to support them making VoIP calls between participants in the workshop. After the SIP peering for VoIP is established in this workshop, they would take those servers home and the VoIP peering would continue to work and hopefully become part of the Internet2 SIP.edu <http://voip.internet2.edu/SIP.edu/> initiative.

Session Plan:
Initial candidates are Andrew Rutherford - SIP Theory, IAGU
Quincy Wu - SER
Stephen Kingham - UAs  

Remark:
Room to be a horse shoe arrangement.
Will need 40 LAN ports around the table with power.
We will be bringing 20 IP Telephones and there might be 10 Unix servers provided by delegates.

The SIP Tutorial, including the outline and presentation material as it stands right now is available here:
http://www.aarnet.edu.au/events/conferences/2004/sip/