Hi everyone,

For those that are attending the Educause Annual Conference in Chicago this 
week, here’s a reminder about our combined Netman and Wireless-LAN session 
tomorrow afternoon, Tuesday Oct 15 from 3:15 to 5 pm.  I’m cross-posting this 
announcement to both lists.   The session is open to all and if you’re able to 
join, we’d love to have you.

The room for the combined session will be (W)187a.  Here is detail on 
Educause’s website about the sessions:

3:15p.m. - 4:00p.m. CT, W187a, Level 1 - Wireless-LAN and Network Management 
Community Group Session (Part 1)
4:15p.m. - 5:00p.m. CT, W187a, Level 1 - Wireless-LAN and Network Management 
Community Group Session (Part 2)

The Agenda will mostly be open-ended and spontaneous, using input from session 
participants to guide the discussion.  But first, we’ll start off the session 
with 2 10-minute presentations.  While the presentations are occurring, we’ll 
simultaneously gather input from participants on what their top topics and 
challenges are.

We’ll talk more about the format of how we’ll collect participant input at the 
beginning of tomorrow’s session.  The hope is that once the presentations are 
over, we’ll be able to hit the ground running with a solid amount of input from 
everyone about what the top concerns are for the majority of those in 

For now, below is an outline of the Agenda along with the 2 presenters that 
have generously offered their time.  Note that there’s a 15 minute break 
between 4 to 4:15 pm.  Since we’ll be in the same room for both part 1 and part 
2 of the combined session, we’ll treat this 15-minute interval as an informal 
break.  But we’ll keep the open discussion going for those that are staying in 
the room for the conversation.

Agenda for Combined Educause Wireless-LAN and Network Management Community 

-       5 mins.  Introduction and start of information gathering and voting 
process on top topics and challenges

-       10 mins.  Presentation:  Will Whitaker at UNC-Chapel Hill will present 
on DNS over HTTPS and how UNC-Chapel Hill I preparing for it.

-       10 mins.  Presentation:  Steven Lee at Virginia Tech will present on 
NetRecon where Network Engineering has leveraged the open source centralized 
logging (ELK) system to make available to the entire University IT community.

-       1 hr, 15 mins.  Open Discussion (with informal break)

Hope to see everyone there!

Mike Ferguson
Network Manager
Chapman University
One University Drive, Orange, CA 92866

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