Minutes | ENOG 10


13-14 October 2015, Odessa, Ukraine

The Eurasia Network Operators’ Group (ENOG) is the regional forum in which experts concerned with the core operational issues of the Internet can share knowledge and expertise on issues unique to the Russian Federation, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and Eastern Europe.

The ENOG 10/RIPE NCC Regional Meeting took place on 13-14 October at the Hotel Bristol in Odessa, Ukraine. A total of 184 attendees from 11 countries participated in the meeting, 135 of whom were from Ukraine.


Tuesday 13 October

Opening Plenary, 15:00 – 16:30

Welcome to ENOG 10
  • Serge Radovcic, RIPE NCC
  • Oleg Levchenko, Hostmaster Ltd.
  • Sergey Myasoedov, ENOG Programme Committee
Global Routing Incidents and the Need for Good MANRS

– Jim Cowie, Dyn Research

IPv6 and DNSSEC Technologies for .UA

– Svitlana Tkachenko, Hostmaster Ltd.

Lightning Talk: A Quick Zone Scan of .UA

– Dmitry Kohmanyuk, Hostmaster

Plenary, 17:00 – 18:00

Removing IPv6 Speed Bumps: How to Talk to Your Vendor and How to Troubleshoot Users’ IPv6 Issues

– Jan Zorz, Internet Society (ISOC)

Multi-layer Internet Governance: Theory and Practical Implications

– Michael Yakushev, ICANN

Birds of a Feather, 18:00 – 18:30

New Internet-related Trends in Ukraine Legislative

– Ivan Pietuchov, Ukrainian League of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs


Wednesday 14 October

Plenary 10:00 – 11:30


– Axel Pawlik, RIPE NCC

Policy Development – It’s Easy!

– Marco Schmidt, RIPE NCC

Lightning Talk: Internet Around the Black Sea

– Dmitry Kohmanyuk, Hostmaster and Jim Cowie, Dyn Research

IPv6 News

– Nathalie Trenaman, RIPE NCC

An audience member commented on one of Nathalie’s slides that showed a change in IPv6 announcements, suggesting that one reason for someone ceasing to announce their IPv6 allocation could be that their routes were hijacked.

Lightning Talk: Demystifying CDN

– Vadim Getmanshchuk, Fastly

Plenary, 12:00 – 13:30

Peering Performance

– Marijana Novakovic, LinkedIn

Internet Exchange Point Management

– Timothy Denton, Hurricane Electric

Panel: Ukrainian IXPs

Moderator: Dmitry Kohmanyuk, Hostmaster Ltd.
Panelists: Representatives from: Giganet, OD-IX, DTEL-IX, KM-IX, NL-IX and UA-IX

Plenary, 15:00 – 16:30

Enterprise Networking

– Pavel Lunin, Senetsy

Root Zone KSK Maintenance

– Jaap Akkerhuis, NLnet Labs

DANE/DNSSEC and TLS for Email Testing in the Go6lab

– Jan Zorz, Internet Society

Lightning Talk: Is DANE Dead or Not?

– Alexander Isavnin and Alex Samorukov

Closing Plenary, 17:00 – 18:30

IANA Transition Overview

– Maxim Burtikov, RIPE NCC

Maxim Burkitov described the process of discussion and submission of IANA stewardship transition proposals from the Names, Numbers and Protocols communities.

Sergey Myasoedov from NetArt Group said he’d seen negative remarks in the Russian media regarding the prolongation of the contract between the NTIA and ICANN. Sergey asked Maxim if this prolongation did indeed signal a weakness in the system and that the interference of the US government in Internet governance indicates the desire to halt the transfer of powers.

Maxim answered that not everyone supports the current proposal, and that there is resistance to the process from the Republican side of the US government, but at present the discussion is between the different communities and ICANN, rather than between governments and ICANN.

Regional Internet Data Analysis

– Viktor Naumov, RIPE NCC

This presentation was updated after ENOG 10, as one slide contained incorrect data regarding the number of LIRs in the ENOG region.

Collaborative Security Аgenda

– Maarit Palovirta, ISOC

ENOG WG announcement

– Anton Baskov, Alexey Semenyaka

Closing Remarks

– Kaveh Ranjbar, RIPE NCC

Kaveh thanked the Programme Committee for their work in putting together the meeting. He invited attendees to join the ENOG mailing list and also to attend ENOG 11 in Moscow from 7-8 June 2016.