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Title Abstract Curr. rev. Date Last presented On agenda
How to Create an Internet-Draft Using XML or Markdown (xml2rfc) 00 2021-09-01 IETF-104
IETF 110 Newcomer's Overview (Webinar)
The presentation provides immediately useful to you as you attend your first few IETF meetings. It also provides strategies to make the most of the …
The presentation provides immediately useful to you as you attend your first few IETF meetings. It also provides strategies to make the most of the upcoming virtual meeting.
00 2021-02-24
IETF 109 Newcomer's Overview NEwcomer's slides 00 2020-11-03
IETF Chairs Resource Development Conversations Summary - October 2020 00 2020-10-28 interim-2020-edu-01
How to Create an Internet-Draft Using XML or Markdown (markdown) 01 2020-05-06 IETF-104
5G Impact on Networks - Edge Cloud and Slicing 00 2019-11-20 IETF-106
www.ietf.org feedback 00 2019-11-19 IETF-106
On Consensus 00 2019-11-19 IETF-106
WG Chairs Forum - Chair Slides 00 2019-11-19 IETF-106
Service Discovery
 For IP Applications 00 2019-11-16 IETF-106
IETF 106 Newcomer's Overview 01 2019-11-16 IETF-106
Japanese Translation of Newcomer's Overview (IETF 106) 00 2019-11-16 IETF-106
WG Chairs Forum - Chair Slides 00 2019-07-24 IETF-105
WG Chairs Forum - Chair Slides 00 2019-07-24
Meeting minutes and tools 00 2019-07-24 IETF-105
RFC Format Update 00 2019-07-24 IETF-105
Japanese Translation of Newcomer's Overview (IETF 105) 00 2019-07-21 IETF-105
Writing Security Considerations 01 2019-07-21 IETF-105
Newcomer's Overview (for IETF 105) 00 2019-07-13 IETF-105
Telemetry: Industry Status, Challenges, and IETF Opportunities 00 2019-04-05 IETF-104
WG Chairs Training Design Team 00 2019-03-26 IETF-104
WG Chairs Forum - Chair Slides 00 2019-03-26 IETF-104
Git, GitHub, AND Markdown for Internet Drafts 00 2019-03-24 IETF-104
Newcomer's Overview (for IETF 104) 00 2019-03-23 IETF-104
IETF 104 Newcomer Slides (Japanese) This is a translation of the Newcomer slides into Japanese. 00 2019-03-22
IETF 104 Newcomer Slides
  Title: IETF 104 Newcomer's Overview

Abstract: The purpose of this presentation is to provide you with the information immediately useful to you as you …
  Title: IETF 104 Newcomer's Overview

Abstract: The purpose of this presentation is to provide you with the information immediately useful to you as you attend your first IETF meetings.
It will include a brief introduction to the IETF and associated organizations as they relate to participation in an IETF meeting, an overview of all the
various official and unofficial activities during an IETF week, and pointers to important resources including people, information, and tools.

Presenters: Rich Salz and Mirjam Kuhne
00 2019-03-22
Challenges of Evolution Towards Autonomous Network 00 2018-11-20 IETF-103
Chair slides 00 2018-11-06 IETF-103
WG Milestones and Dates 00 2018-11-06 IETF-103
RFC Format Update Update 00 2018-11-06 IETF-103
An IETF Traffic Engineering Overview 01 2018-11-04 IETF-103
Internet Area Overview 00 2018-11-03 IETF-103
Internet Area Overview 00 2018-11-03 IETF-103
Bringing New Work to the IETF 00 2018-11-03 IETF-103
Newcomer's Overview (for IETF 103) 00 2018-10-23 IETF-103
IETF 103 Newcomer Slides This is the current version of the Newcomer slides including speaker notes. 00 2018-09-25
Chair Slides - Agenda 00 2018-07-26 IETF-102
GitHub for Working Groups 00 2018-07-26 IETF-102
IETF Newcomer's Overview (for IETF 102) (Japanese version) 00 2018-07-15 IETF-102
An Introduction to the Identifier-Locator Network Protocol (ILNP) 00 2018-07-11 IETF-102
IETF Newcomer's Overview (for IETF 102) 00 2018-07-05 IETF-102
Rolling the DNS Root Key Based on Input from Many ICANN Communities 00 2018-04-25 IETF-101
thursday-lunch-ietf-101 01 2018-04-25
Patents at IETF: An Overview of BCP79bis 00 2018-04-08 IETF-100
Transport Area Overview 01 2018-03-22 IETF-101
Hackathon 00 2018-03-21 IETF-101
Hackathon 00 2018-03-21
Secretariat: Managing Conflicts 00 2018-03-21 IETF-101
Agenda 00 2018-03-21 IETF-101
Introduction to OAuth 2.0 01 2018-03-19 IETF-101
IETF Newcomer's Overview (for IETF 101) 02 2018-03-18 IETF-101
IETF Newcomer's Overview (Japanese Translation) 03 2018-03-18 IETF-101
What Makes a Good Internet Draft 01 2018-03-17 IETF-101
Newcomers Tutorial Japanese Translation 00 2018-03-17
3 years on: Open Standards, Open Source, Open Loop 00 2017-11-16 IETF-100
WG Chairs and IANA Actions 00 2017-11-14 IETF-100
Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3 04 2017-11-12 IETF-100
webRTC Tutorial - part 1 00 2017-11-11 IETF-100
webRTC Tutorial - part 2 00 2017-11-11 IETF-100
TLS 1.3 00 2017-11-11
IETF 100 Newcomer's Tutorial - Japanese translation 00 2017-11-11 IETF-100
webRTC Tutorial
WebRTC, Web Real-Time Communications, is revolutionizing the way web users communicate, both in the consumer and enterprise worlds. WebRTC adds standard APIs and built-in real-time …
WebRTC, Web Real-Time Communications, is revolutionizing the way web users communicate, both in the consumer and enterprise worlds. WebRTC adds standard APIs and built-in real-time audio and video capabilities and codecs to browsers without a plug-in. With just a few lines of JavaScript, web developers can add high quality peer-to-peer voice, video, and data channel communications to their collaboration, conferencing, telephony, or even gaming site or application.

Presented by Dan Burnett, WebRTC Spec editor and co-author of the popular "WebRTC: APIs and RTCWEB Protocols of the HTML5 Real-Time Web", and "Dr. Alex" Gouaillard, the king of WebRTC testing, this tutorial rapidly covers the breadth of topics involved in WebRTC, from STUN and TURN, to getUserMedia(), to SDP offer/answer and more, finishing with a status check on today's implementations of the technology.
01 2017-11-11
Introduction to the Routing Area 01 2017-11-10 IETF-100
Newcomers Tutorial 00 2017-11-03 IETF-100
pyang Tutorial
• Required software
• Editing YANG modules
• pyang plugins
• Preparing a sample instance document
• DSDL-based validation of instance documents
• Converting XML …
• Required software
• Editing YANG modules
• pyang plugins
• Preparing a sample instance document
• DSDL-based validation of instance documents
• Converting XML instance documents to JSON
01 2017-08-23
3GPP & IETF Collaboration on 5G 00 2017-08-08 IETF-99
​Time Sensitive Networking Tutorial (English language; János Farkas, Norman Finn, Patricia Thaler) 00 2017-07-19 IETF-99
Time Sensitive Networking Tutorial (English language; János Farkas, Norman Finn, Patricia Thaler) 02 2017-07-19
IEEE 802.1 Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN)
This tutorial provides introductions to a number of aspects of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) history, structure and operations. It is presented the Sunday …
This tutorial provides introductions to a number of aspects of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) history, structure and operations. It is presented the Sunday before every IETF meeting and, when possible, it's also provided in the local language where the meeting is taking place.
04 2017-07-19
WG Forum Agenda slides 00 2017-07-19 IETF-99
DNS Privacy Tutorial 00 2017-07-17 IETF-99
IRTF Overview 01 2017-07-16 IETF-99
Trusted Execution Environments (TEE) and the Open Trust Protocol (OTrP) 01 2017-07-16 IETF-99
An Update on the RFC Format Project 00 2017-07-12 IETF-99
Newcomer's Tutorial (Japanese language; Mike StJohns) 00 2017-07-11
Chair slides (Agenda, Education/Mentoring directorate, newcomer projects) 00 2017-03-29 IETF-98
IETF Website Revamp Project 00 2017-03-29 IETF-98
QUIC Tutorial 00 2017-03-26 IETF-98
Newcomer's Tutorial 00 2017-03-26 IETF-98
Security Considerations 00 2017-03-26 IETF-98
The Independent Stream: an Introduction 01 2017-03-20 IETF-98
Service Experience Assured Network - Thursday Lunch Speaker Series 00 2016-12-06 IETF-97
IETF Working Group Experiments 00 2016-11-15 IETF-97
IETF Hackathon 00 2016-11-15 IETF-97
Working Group Chairs Lunch Forum 00 2016-11-15 IETF-97
Working Group Chairs Lunch Forum 00 2016-11-15
IEEE 802 Wireless Tutorial 00 2016-11-12 IETF-97
802.15 Projects: Summary Overview 00 2016-11-12 IETF-97
Internet Privacy 00 2016-11-12 IETF-97
DNS Privacy 01 2016-11-12 IETF-97
DNS Privacy Tutorial 00 2016-11-12
Introduction to Operations and management (OPS) Area 00 2016-11-12 IETF-97
Newcomer's Tutorial 00 2016-11-12 IETF-97
Local Version of Newcomer's Training (in Korean) 00 2016-11-12 IETF-97
Newcomers Training - IETF Structure and the Internet Standards Process
This tutorial attempts to give new and continuing participants an introduction to the processes and practices of the IETF and its meetings. In recent years …
This tutorial attempts to give new and continuing participants an introduction to the processes and practices of the IETF and its meetings. In recent years the Newcomers training has also been given in local languages in some locations.
36 2016-11-12 IETF-94 (-35)
Introduction to Operations and management (OPS) Area
High level overview of the main work areas that the Operations and Management (OPS) Area covers. The tutorial highlights the relationship to other areas and …
High level overview of the main work areas that the Operations and Management (OPS) Area covers. The tutorial highlights the relationship to other areas and external groups; it also describes the work of the currently active working groups and provides a short introduction to management protocols.
00 2016-11-12
DNS Privacy The tutorial provides an overview of DNS privacy. 00 2016-11-12
Network Configuration with Netconf
This presentation uses a set of common configuration management tasks to walk through the main features of the NETCONF protocol.
After this presentation, you should …
This presentation uses a set of common configuration management tasks to walk through the main features of the NETCONF protocol.
After this presentation, you should be able to:
-Obtain desired configuration attributes from a device using NETCONF
-Configure a network device using NETCONF
-Understand NETCONF transactions
00 2015-11-12 IETF-94
Network Configuration with Yang
This presentation uses an example to walk through all main features in the YANG data modeling language.
Our example uses standard and draft-standard YANG modules …
This presentation uses an example to walk through all main features in the YANG data modeling language.
Our example uses standard and draft-standard YANG modules for static MPLS LSPs with the goal of creating valid configuration
After this presentation, you should be able to:
-Identify and describe common elements of a YANG model
-Examine a YANG model and create a valid configuration instance
00 2015-11-12 IETF-94
NAT Traversal
This tutorial will cover the following topics: How do you design a protcol that will work well through NAT (NAT middlebox considerations)? What are the …
This tutorial will cover the following topics: How do you design a protcol that will work well through NAT (NAT middlebox considerations)? What are the different kinds of NATs (symmetric NAT, cone NAT, etc.)? What tools are out there (STUN, TURN, others)? You do not have to be an expert in this area, this tutorial is targeted to all IETF participants.
00 2015-07-05 IETF-78
Network Configuration Management with NETCONF and YANG
This tutorial will introduce configuration management requirements and will then give an overview of the NETCONF Protocol, the YANG Data Modeling Language and the IETF …
This tutorial will introduce configuration management requirements and will then give an overview of the NETCONF Protocol, the YANG Data Modeling Language and the IETF data configuration models.  It will also highlight relevant implementations, tools and deployments and end with some future directions. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.
00 2014-12-19 IETF-84
Introduction to the APP Area
This session will provide a high level overview of Application building blocks being developed and maintained in the Applications Area. We will talk about major …
This session will provide a high level overview of Application building blocks being developed and maintained in the Applications Area. We will talk about major groups of specialized application protocols (HTTP, email, simple resource manipulation mechanisms for devices in constrained networks ["CORE"]), protocols for Internet infrastructure (e.g. IDNA and EPP), as well as "building block" protocols and formats that are designed to be used in a variety of more specific applications (e.g. LDAP, MIME types, URI schemes, URNs, language tags, XML and JSON).
00 2014-03-02 IETF-89
Introduction to centralized Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) management for distributed IP networks
RADIUS (RFC 2865) and Diameter (RFC 6733) are two IETF standard protocols specified since early 2000s for providing remote and centralized …
RADIUS (RFC 2865) and Diameter (RFC 6733) are two IETF standard protocols specified since early 2000s for providing remote and centralized Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) management in IP networks. This tutorial offers an overview of these two protocols, along with their similarities and differences. Examples of concrete AAA applications in everyday life of an Internet user will be used for illustration. The aim is to familiarize newcomers with RADIUS and Diameter as well as provide network/service operators with guidelines for selecting the appropriate AAA solution (including the various extensions).
00 2014-03-02 IETF-89
Introduction to the RAI Area
This session will provide a high level overview of the real-time communication building blocks being developed and maintained in the RAI Area. We will touch …
This session will provide a high level overview of the real-time communication building blocks being developed and maintained in the RAI Area. We will touch on how the protocols used for real-time voice and video currently fit together and how recent developments are pressuring those protocols to change.
00 2013-11-03 IETF-88
Wireless Links; Properties, Challenges, Solutions, and Implications
Wireless links have subtly different properties than wired links, and present special challenges in privacy, energy use, security, and packet loss. This tutorial will explain …
Wireless links have subtly different properties than wired links, and present special challenges in privacy, energy use, security, and packet loss. This tutorial will explain the concepts behind the design of wireless protocols, and the range of solutions, along with the implication that these properties have on other layers.
00 2013-11-03 IETF-88
Multipath TCP
The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is used by the vast majority of applications to transport their data reliably across the Internet and in the cloud. …
The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is used by the vast majority of applications to transport their data reliably across the Internet and in the cloud. TCP was designed in the 1970s and has slowly evolved since then. Today's networks are multipath: mobile devices have multiple wireless interfaces, datacenters have many redundant paths between servers, and multihoming has become the norm for big server farms. Meanwhile, TCP is essentially a single-path protocol: when a TCP connection is established, the connection is bound to the IP addresses of the two communicating hosts and these cannot change. Multipath TCP (MPTCP) is a major modification to TCP that allows multiple paths to be used simultaneously by a single transport connection. Multipath TCP circumvents the issues mentioned above and several others that affect TCP. The IETF published the Multipath TCP RFC in January 2013 and an implementation in the Linux kernel is available today from http://www.multipath-tcp.org.  This tutorial will present in details the design of Multipath TCP. We will start with a presentation of the current Internet landscape and explain how various types of middleboxes have influenced the design of Multipath TCP. Second we will describe the key design choices for the connection establishment and release procedures as well as the data transfer mechanisms. We will then discuss several use cases for the deployment of Multipath TCP including improving the performance of datacenters, mobile WiFi offloading on smartphones and IPv4/IPv6 coexistence.
00 2013-07-28 IETF-87
Applying IP Flow Information Export (IPFIX) to Network Measurement and Management
The IPFIX protocol was originally developed for the export of IP traffic flow information from routers for network accounting, monitoring, and security applications. Its simple …
The IPFIX protocol was originally developed for the export of IP traffic flow information from routers for network accounting, monitoring, and security applications. Its simple data representation and extensible information model, however, make it well-suited to other application areas within the IETF. Recent cross-area work has considered applying IPFIX to application-level logging, application monitoring, and active performance measurement. Given these trends, it seems useful to educate the wider community on what IPFIX is, and what it is not. The tutorial gives an overview of the architecture, design, and technical details of the protocol, including the data representation and the Information Element registry, illustrating how it is applied to its original goal of flow export from forwarding devices. It explores application areas to which it may be applied beyond this goal, by presenting examples of both existing applications and those under development, with a focus on past and present work within the IETF. Design considerations which limit the applicability of IPFIX will be discussed, as well; one goal of the tutorial is to help the community understand for which potential applications of the protocol make the most sense.  Attendees will learn about the history of the protocol, its present and future applicability to work in multiple areas of the IETF, and enough technical detail to give them a basis for further reading.
00 2013-07-28 IETF-87
Tools for Creating Internet Drafts and RFCs
This tutorial will cover NroffEdit and xml2rfc, two popular ways to produce Internet-Drafts. NroffEdit is a WYSIWYG nroff editor that comes with a template for …
This tutorial will cover NroffEdit and xml2rfc, two popular ways to produce Internet-Drafts. NroffEdit is a WYSIWYG nroff editor that comes with a template for quick creation of an Internet-Draft. We will cover the essential NROFF commands and demo the tool. For xml2rfc, the tutorial will include a brief introduction to XML for novices and will cover the usage of the 'processing instructions' that are available to control the appearance of the final document. Using xml2rfc relieves draft authors of the need to think about getting the boilerplate and overall format right, and provides citation libraries that reduce the pain of generating references to I-Ds, RFCs, and other document series.
02 2013-07-28 IETF-87
WG Leadership Training This session offers an introduction to IETF WG roles and processes for current or aspiring WG chairs, document editors and technical leaders. 01 2013-03-10 IETF-86
Security
The Security Tutorial offers a quick introduction to this vast and sometimes confusing area. It describes what you need to know as a draft and …
The Security Tutorial offers a quick introduction to this vast and sometimes confusing area. It describes what you need to know as a draft and rfc author. It is presented in a way that makes the field non-intimidating.
03 2012-07-29 IETF-84
IETF Tools Training
This tutorial is intended to help IETF participants to make use of the tools provided by the IETF tools team. There will be a short …
This tutorial is intended to help IETF participants to make use of the tools provided by the IETF tools team. There will be a short overview of each tool plus a demo of the essential functionality.
01 2012-07-29 IETF-84
Newcomers training (French) This tutorial attempts to give new and continuing participants an introduction to the processes and practices of the IETF and its meetings. 01 2012-03-25 IETF-83
Routing, Bridging, Switching
This tutorial shows how traditional layer 3 intradomain routing algorithms work, and explains why layer 2 forwarding ("bridging") was invented. We discuss the spanning tree …
This tutorial shows how traditional layer 3 intradomain routing algorithms work, and explains why layer 2 forwarding ("bridging") was invented. We discuss the spanning tree algorithm, which forms the basis of modern Ethernet, and show its disadvantages. We also discuss why, despite its disadvantages, spanning tree Ethernet is still so popular. Then we discuss the new IETF standard, TRILL (TRansparent Interconnection of Lots of Links), and how it gives the best of both worlds; the ease of configuration of Ethernet, and the optimal path routing provided by layer 3.
02 2011-03-27 IETF-80
DNS for Programmers
This tutorial will cover DNS basics and how best to take advantage of DNS in other, higher level protocols.  We will cover in particular frequently …
This tutorial will cover DNS basics and how best to take advantage of DNS in other, higher level protocols.  We will cover in particular frequently discussed topics and rumors as well as design criteria to be used. Among the topics here are (in no particular order); New RR types & Unknown RR type support, DNS tree properties and non-properties, Additional-section processing rules, and Wildcards.
01 2011-03-27 IETF-80
Document Lifecycle
This tutorial offers an overview of producing documents in the IETF, from version 00 of an Internet-Draft to publication as an RFC. We will cover …
This tutorial offers an overview of producing documents in the IETF, from version 00 of an Internet-Draft to publication as an RFC. We will cover the working group process, and the required and suggested contents of an Internet-Draft, including information from IANA staff about writing IANA Considerations sections. We will walk through the lifecyle including authorship, WG draft, IETF Last Call, IESG evaluation, and what to expect during the RFC publication process. We will provide a set of helpful hints to authors about formatting rules and editorial policies that often improve the quality of the resulting documents. We will summarize the states of the RFC publication process and provide an opportunity to ask questions of RFC Editor staff.
02 2010-07-25 IETF-78
Newcomers training (Japanese) This tutorial attempts to give new and continuing participants an introduction to the processes and practices of the IETF and its meetings. 00 2009-11-08 IETF-76
Interdomain Routing
The Internet's routing architecture uses a division of the network into discrete routing domains, or Autonomous Systems. What is appropriate for a routing protocol to …
The Internet's routing architecture uses a division of the network into discrete routing domains, or Autonomous Systems. What is appropriate for a routing protocol to operate within a routing domain is somewhat different to the requirements for routing between these domains. This tutorial will look at Inter-Domain Routing (IDR) from the perspective of the IETF work in this area. The tutorial will cover the basics of routing protocol operation and look at the specification of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and the various refinements that the IETF has made in recent times to this protocol, and some of the current burning issues in inter-domain routing. This is not a tutorial about how to deploy or operate BGP in your network!
01 2007-12-02 IETF-70
Bringing New Work into the IETF
This session will provide information to IETF participants and leaders on how to bring new work into the IETF, including how to bring a document …
This session will provide information to IETF participants and leaders on how to bring new work into the IETF, including how to bring a document into an existing WG, how to organize a BoF, and how to form a new IETF WG. Although this information is intended to encourage participants to bring interesting new work into the IETF, the class will also cover the IPR and control implications of pursuing work within the IETF.
01 2007-03-18 IETF-68
Introduction to xml2rfc
xml2rfc is becoming increasingly popular as a way to produce Internet Drafts (and RFCs). This tutorial will introduce the markup language used in xml2rfc and …
xml2rfc is becoming increasingly popular as a way to produce Internet Drafts (and RFCs). This tutorial will introduce the markup language used in xml2rfc and describe a selection of the tools (both free and paid for) that can be used to create the marked up text and turn it into the finished document in normative ASCII, HTML for more elegant web usage or nroff as used for the RFC masters. The tutorial will start with a very brief introduction to XML markup for complete novices and will cover the usage of the 'processing instructions' that are available to control the appearance of the final document. The set of elements used in xml2rfc has been deliberately kept very small so that it is very easy to learn basic usage of the language. As a result there isn't always an obvious way to achieve certain effects so a number of useful 'tricks and tips' will be covered that provide the 'cliche' needed as solutions to Frequently Asked Questions and highlight some of the pitfalls so that editors can avoid having to tear out their hair just before draft deadline time. Using xml2rfc relieves draft editors of the need to think about the overhead of getting the boilerplate and overall format right, and provides automated bibliographies that reduce the pain of generating references to existing drafts, RFCs and some other standard document series. The RFC Editor is increasingly using xml2rfc as a way to generate the source of the published RFC so that providing xml2rfc source can help reduce the turnround time when a draft is being converted into an RFC.
01 2006-07-09 IETF-66