[LAC-TF] Fwd: [icacaribbean] IPv6 Workshop Sunday June 24 3-4:30pm
german at lacnic.net
Fri Jun 22 14:53:37 BRT 2007
Este domingo de 3 a 4:30 hora de San Juan Puerto Rico (- 4 UTC) se
estara transmitiendo un Panel sobre IPv6 organizado en el marco de la
reunion de ICANN.
Para todo aquel que este interesado puede seguir la informacion mas
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Jacob Malthouse <Jacob.Malthouse at icann.org>
> Date: June 14, 2007 8:26:40 PM GMT-03:00
> To: "Caribbean ICT virtual community CIVIC" <icacaribbean at dgroups.org>
> Subject: [icacaribbean] IPv6 Workshop Sunday June 24 3-4:30pm
> Reply-To: "Caribbean ICT virtual community CIVIC"
> <icacaribbean at dgroups.org>
> Impress your boss with your in-depth knowledge of IPv6!
> This session is a 90 minute panel discussion focusing on the issues
> involved in deploying IPv6 on a network that was designed for IPv4.
> Although IPv6 is very similar to IPv4, there are enough differences
> that's it's necessary to ensure many components on deployed
> networks will be able to handle IPv6 as well as IPv4.
> WHY BOTHER?
> Because IP addresses are the identifiers that all computers use
> when connecting to the Internet, IPv6 deployment will affect anyone
> using Internet connected systems. Within just a few years, all the
> available IPv4 address space will have been allocated to RIRs and
> then on to ISPs and other networks. Continued network growth will
> only be possible by using IPv6 address space or losing access to
> many Internet services and content. Network operators need to make
> sure they are ready for the challenges ahead.
> WHO SHOULD BOTHER?
> This session should be interesting to anyone interested in
> continued growth in IP networking, whether that is in a domestic,
> enterprise or service provider environment.
> HOW TO BOTHER:
> The session will be webcast and the ICANN public participation site
> lets registered users ask questions and comment in chatrooms and
> forums. If you have any particular questions then please submit
> questions to the panel in advance or during the session. You can
> also use the blog facility to write about the session afterwards.
> The site can be found at: http://public.icann.org/
> Video and a session transcript will be made available as soon as
> possible after the session has closed.
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> (login and passwd are the same: "civic")
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