[lacnog] IPv6 Heatmap

Roque Gagliano rgaglian en gmail.com
Mie Mayo 4 10:09:38 BRT 2011


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On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 2:04 PM, Sebastian Bellagamba
<bellagamba en isoc.org> wrote:
> ISOC is working to create an IPv6 'heatmap' of the world showing where end
> users can get IPv6 access, what it's nature is, and how users can sign up.
> It will take us a little bit of time to set this up, but we're starting to
> prepare.  We'd like to display countries and show the networks that provide
> IPv6, and the nature of the offering (full commercial 'anyone who wants it
> can have it' vs. trial).  We have created a very short survey to start
> collecting this info:
> https://www.isoc.org/isoc/conferences/registration/index2.php?id=worldipv6day
> We plan to provide links to any network that has an offering.  To do that,
> we'll need pointers to a page on the service provider's website describing
> how an end user can go about getting IPv6 Internet access from that network
> operator.
> Please help us by completing the survey for any networks that you know are
> providing IPv6 access in your region.
> Mat Ford is leading this activity.  I've copied him on this email.  You can
> either complete the form or contact Mat if you have any questions.
> Sebastian Bellagamba
> bellagamba en isoc.org
> -------------------------------
> Manager - Oficina Regional para America Latina y el Caribe
> Regional Bureau Manager for Latin America and the Caribbean
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