Network Device Education Foundation, Inc. (NetDEF), is pleased to announce that it will be presenting a demonstration of the IS-IS HomeNet implementation in Quagga at the 93rd IETF on Thursday, July 23, 2015 during the IETF Bits-N-Bites.
The demo will include features such as:
IS-IS running over IPv6 link-local addresses
Multicast device discovery via Multicast HELLO messages
Redistribution of both static and directly connected routes
Arbitrary plug’n’play functionality (cold boots, cable pulls).
The IS-IS HomeNet implementation has been done in both C and Erlang and both will be demonstrated.
About the IETF Bits-N-Bites:
Bits-N-Bites is focused on Internet standards, technology and related subjects. Nearly 1,200 engineers, computer scientists and academicians, who are in the forefront of developing standards for the continuing expansion and robustness of the Internet from more than 40 countries and leading corporations worldwide, will meet at IETF 93 in Prague, Czech Republic.
Exhibitors, product vendors, and service providers will be able to share information and showcase products and services to IETF community in a social setting with hors d’oeuvres and cocktails.
About the Network Device Education Foundation:
The Network Device Education Foundation, Inc, is a federally recognized 501c3 corporation providing needed assistance to the networking community through training, testing and via the support of open source software.