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IPv6 Workshop IST- Africa 2010

Date: 21 May 2010 - Location: Durban, South Africa

This IPv6 Routing Workshop will take place in Durban, South Africa, on may 21st 2010.

Individuals present at the workshop included Martin Potts (Martel), Bernar Tuy (Renater), Adiel Akplogan (AfriNIC), and Bertus Habraken (Cisco) representing 6DEPLOY.

Friday May 21st

    Tutorial 9e 6DEPLOY - IPv6 Chair: Martin Potts, Martel, Switzerland (9:00 - 10:30)

  • Why deploy IPv6?, What is IPv6?, What are the main considerations to make when deploying IPv6? - B. Tuy, RENATER, France
  • Some guidelines and examples of deploying IPv6 in:
    • Campus networks - B. Tuy, RENATER, France
    • ISPs - A. Akplogan, AfriNIC, Mauritius
    • Enterprises - B. Habraken, Cisco, Netherlands
  • What the EC FP7 project 6DEPLOY can offer, eg.: Training modules & Training workshops - Martin Potts, Martel, Switzerland
  • An e-learning course, Deployment guidelines, Supported Testbeds in Kenya and Mauritius - B. Tuy, RENATER, France
  • The Services of AfriNIC - A. Akplogan, AfriNIC, Mauritius
  • Coffe Break
  • Tutorial 10e 6DEPLOY - IPv6 Chair: Martin Potts, Martel, Switzerland (11:00 - 12:30)

  • Practical IPv6 configuration exercises on routers and clients using remote access to the 6DEPLOY testbeds in Kenya and Mauritius - B. Habraken, CISCO, Netherlands & B. Tuy, RENATER, France
  • Lunch

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