[LACNIC/Anuncios] Welcome to our fifth daily recap!
alexandra at lacnic.net
Fri Nov 2 10:43:06 BRST 2012
*Welcome to our fifth daily recap!*
This fifth and final daily recap begins with the results of the policy
proposals discussed on Wednesday during the Public Policy Forum:
. LAC-2012-07 - Eliminate the restriction regarding the delay in the
implementation of the IPv4 resource transfer policy (Gustavo Lozano and
Edmundo Cazarez) - The proposal will be sent back to the list for
. LAC-2012-06 - Resource transfers and gradual IPv4 exhaustion
(Gustavo Lozano) - This proposal was withdrawn by its author, therefore
its status is now "Abandoned."
. LAC-2012-08v2 - Inter-RIR IPv4 Address Transfers (Gustavo Lozano
and Edmundo Cazarez) - The proposal will be sent back to the list for
. LAC-2012-01v3 - Eliminate the use of the term "dial-up" (Ricardo
Patara) - The proposal will be sent back to the list for further discussion.
IPv6 was the star of this last day of LACNIC's tenth anniversary (LACNIC
18) and LACNOG 2012 event. Six presentations were made on the new
protocol, and they are available at
Below is a list of today's speakers and presentations:
IPv6 Toolkit: Audits and troubleshooting in IPv6 networks - (Fernando
Gont -- SI6 Networks}
IPv6 in Broadband Networks (Jaris Aizprúa B)
IPv6 education (Ines Robles -- UTNFRM)
Deploying IPv6 after June 6th, 2012. The Cuban Experience. (Jorge Villa
-- IPv6 Task Force Cuba)
Dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 monitoring (Carlos Martinez -- LACNIC)
IPv6 Monitoring (Sascha E. Pollok -- IPHH Internet Port Hamburg GmbH)
Although this was the last day of activities, the above and several
other interesting presentations brought close to 150 people to the room.
Oscar Messano, President of LACNIC's Board of Directors, was in charge
of the closing remarks during which he once again thanked the sponsors
who made this meeting possible, attendants for their participation as
well as LACNIC itself. He invited everyone to attend the next annual
LACNIC meeting to be held in Medellin, Colombia, from 5 to 10 May 2013.
Look out for the meeting overview to be published in the coming days.
Thanks for following and reading us this week. See you soon!
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