NOG.BT was established as a mailing list for Internet operations engineers in Bhutan.
The first NOG.BT meeting will be held from
17th to 21st November 2014 at the College of Science and Technology
in Phuntsholing. The Call for
Papers is now open.
Hosting NOG.BT Conferences
The NOG.BT Coordination Team are now looking for proposals to host
future NOG.BT events in 2015 and 2016.
The NOG.BT Coordination Team welcomes proposals to host future
NOG.BT conferences. Please use the general enquiry form to contact the
Abha Ahuja Bursary Award
Since 2008, the generosity of an anonymous donor and Verisign
with the administration of the Internet Society, have created and
agreed to administer a bursary for persons from developing economies
to participate in a regional operators meeting.
The Abha Ahuja Bursary targets individuals from Africa, Asia,
and Oceania who are actively involved in Internet development, in
any of the following roles:
- Engineers (Network Builders)
- Operational and Infrastructure Support Personnel
- Educators, Teachers, and Trainers
For more information about the Abha Ahuja Bursary Award and about
how to apply, please consult the Abha Ahuja Bursary
The mailing list is targeted at network and operations engineers
in Bhutan. It is open to everyone from all walks of life around
the world who is interested in ISP operations activities in
The mailing list was established to provide a forum for the exchange
of technical information and the discussion of specific implementation
issues that require cooperation among network service providers.
To ensure that the list is a useful forum for discussion of
relevant technical issues, participants are asked to respect these guidelines. Failure to do so can
lead to posting rights being denied.
To subscribe, use the online form.
Note: You must be a subscriber in order to post
a message to the mailing list.
Bhutan Network Operators Group (BTNOG) is an informal
group set up to provide an educational and operational forum for
Internet network operators and interested professionals/engineers
related to the Internet's technologies and operational practices
to discuss matters of mutual interest, exchange technical
information and learning, and discuss specific implementation
issues, usually through a combination of mailing list and annual
meetings. BTNOG is open to all ISPs and Internet related
organizations in Bhutan and also from around the world. As such
it has no owners, just a small group of dedicated individuals
who look after the mailing list and organise the regular
meetings. More on the NOG.BT organisation.
For more information about NOG.BT or to contact NOG.BT, please
complete the general enquiry
NOG.BT would like to acknowledge and thank APNIC for their
support of BTNOG, and for kindly agreeing to host this website.