Re: [gaia] New Training Content from NSRC on Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)

Nicolas Pace <nico@libre.ws> Tue, 23 July 2019 17:39 UTC

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Subject: Re: [gaia] New Training Content from NSRC on Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
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Thanks Jane!

On July 23, 2019 8:43:17 AM PDT, Jane Coffin <coffin@isoc.org>; wrote:
>Good pipl of GAIA –
>
> 
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>Our friends and colleagues at NSRC have put together new training
>materials on BGP.
>
>The content is useful as a standalone resource (as it is) and as a kit.
>
> 
>
>See this note from NSRC, and note well the email (below) for feedback,
>suggestions, and comments:
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> 
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>The Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) created a new set of
>
>    instructional videos on Internet routing and utilization of the
>Border
>
>    Gateway Protocol (BGP) entitled, "BGP for All."
>
> 
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>    The technical education videos include configuration examples,
>links to
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>    reference materials, and a series of self-evaluation questions to
>test
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>    comprehension. The videos may also be valuable for computer science
>
>    departments to use as supplemental material for networking courses
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>    offered as part of the curricula. For more information, see:
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> 
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>    https://learn.nsrc.org/bgp 
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> 
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>    Thank you to the many members of the Internet community who
>contributed
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>    to the course content, and to everyone who helped with the
>production of
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>    the video series. Special thanks to Dr. Philip Smith.
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> 
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>    Questions, suggestions, comments about this initiative can be sent
>to
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>    the email learn@nsrc.org 
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> 
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>Best,
>
>Jane/Leandro
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> 
>
>Internet Society | www.internetsociety.org
>
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>
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