The 102nd meeting of the IETF starts tomorrow in Montreal, Canada. This is will be the third time that an IETF has been held in the city, and tenth time in Canada – the first being way back in 1990.
The ISOC Internet Technology Team is as always highlighting the latest IPv6, DNSSEC, Securing BGP, TLS and IoT related developments, and we discuss these in detail in our Rough Guide to IETF 102. But we’ll also be bringing you daily previews of what’s happening each day as the week progresses.
Below are the sessions that we’ll be covering in the coming week. Note this post was written in advance so please check the official IETF 102 agenda for any updates, room changes, or final details.
Monday, 16 July 2018
- IPv6 Maintenance (6man) – Laurier @ 09.30-12.00 UTC-4
- Authentication and Authorization for Constrained Environments (ace) – Viger @ 09.30-12.00 UTC-4
- IP Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (ipwave) – Laurier @ 13.30-15.30 UTC-4
- SIDR Operation (sidrops) – Viger @ 13.30-15.30 UTC-4
- Transport Layer Security (tls) – Place du Canada @ 13.30-15.30 UTC-4
Tuesday, 17 July 2018
- Distributed Mobility Management (dmm) – Van Horne @ 09.30-12.00 UTC-4
- Routing Over Low power and Lossy networks (roll) – Duluth @ 09.30-12.00 UTC-4
- IPv6 over Networks of Resource-constrained Nodes (6lo) – Duluth @ 13.30-15.30 UTC-4
- Global Access to the Internet for All (Gaia) – Viger @ 15.50 – 17.20 UTC-4
- Crypto Forum (cfrg) – Viger @ 17.20 – 18.20 UTC-4
- Automated Certificate Management Environment (acme) – Van Horne @ 17.20-18.20 UTC-4
Wednesday, 18 July 2018
- Domain Name System Operations (dnsop) – Laurier @ 09.30-12.00 UTC-4
- Software Updates for Internet of Things (suit) – Duluth @ 09.30-12.00 UTC-4
- IPv6 over the TSCH mode of IEEE 802.15.4e (6tisch) – Duluth @ 13.30-15.00 UTC-4
- DNS PRIVate Exchange (dprive) – Place du Canada @ 13.30-15.00 UTC-4
- Home Networking (homenet) – Centre Ville @ 15.20-16.50 UTC-4
Thursday, 19 July 2018
- IPv6 over Low Power Wide-Area Networks (lpwan) – Centre Ville @ 09.30-12.00 UTC-4
- IPv6 Operations (v6ops) – Laurier @ 13.30-15.30 UTC-4
- Thing-to-Thing (t2trg) – Laurier @ 15.50-17.50 UTC-4
- DNS Resolver Identification and Use (driu) – Viger @ 15.50-17.50 UTC-4
- Domain Name System Operations (dnsop) – Place du Canada @ 18.10-19.10 UTC-4
- Transport Layer Security (tls) – Laurier @ 18.10-19.10 UTC-4
Friday, 20 July 2018
- IPv6 Operations (v6ops) – Place du Canada @ 09.30-11.30 UTC-4
The IETF Hackathon will be held on both Saturday, 15 July 2018 (09.00-22.00 UTC-4) and Sunday, 16 July 2018 (08.30-16.00 UTC-4) in the Centre Ville Room. The Hackathon provides an opportunity for developers and implementers to discuss ideas, solutions and code to develop practical implementations of IETF standards.
The IETF Code Sprint will also be held on Saturday, 15 July 2018 (09.30-16.00 UTC-4) in the Sherbrooke/Mansfield Room. The Code Sprint brings together volunteers from the IETF Community to work on code for the IETF Datatracker, mailing lists, and other tools used by the IETF community.
You can also read the Internet Society’s latest Rough Guide to IETF 102. In particular, see:
- Rough Guide to IETF 102: IPv6
- Rough Guide to IETF 102: Routing Infrastructure Security & Resilience
- Rough Guide to IETF 102: The Internet of Things
- Rough Guide to IETF 102: Identity, Privacy and Encryption
- Rough Guide to IETF 102: DNSSEC, DNS Security and Privacy
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Author: Kevin Meynell