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Date:	Mon, 14 Jan 2008 01:23:45 +1030
From:	Glen Turner <>
To:	Andy Johnson <>
Subject: Re: Netconf at 2008?

On Sat, 2008-01-12 at 08:52 +0200, Andy Johnson wrote:
> I saw somewhere (maybe in this mailing list a while ago) that there
> might be a  Linux Kernel Developers' Netconf conference  at
> 2008.
> Does anyone here know if  such a thing is planned ?

Hi Andy,

I don't know.

However this seems a good opportunity to remind people that
AARNet will as usual be proving a 1Gbps link from
to universities and national labs in the USA and beyond.
Netdev people are welcome to hammer this if they want to test
performance on a real-life long fat pipe (minimum RTT > 200ms).

If you particularly want some feature (IPv6, multicast,
whatever), some engineering detail, a real worst case RTT
(Perth-Sydney-Seattle-New York-Amsterdam-Tomsk @ 1Gbps) or
some office space before/after the conference then drop
me a mail.

There are two well-educated users of fast long-distance
networks in Melbourne doing transfers for physics and
astronomy applications. If the application/TCP interaction
is of interest then I can arrange an introduction.

Best wishes,

Glen Turner, Network Engineer   (08) 8303 3936 or +61 8 8303 3936
Australia's Academic & Research Network

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