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Tutorial - IPv6
Sunday, 25 March 2007, 13:00 - 15:00
ICANN Meeting, Corinthia Lisboa Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal

What it is: A 90 minute panel discussion focusing on the status of IPv6 deployment in Europe and the surrounding areas in policy, ISP and DNS operator environments.

Why it's important: Although IPv6 production addresses have been used since 1999, deployment is not widespread and most ISP networks do not support it yet. IPv6's larger address space is necessary to support the rapidly increasing numbers of Internet users across the globe.

Who should attend: People interested in an information and communication infrastructure with a capacity to grow beyond the current IPv4 space; and People interested in the rate of IPv6 deployment, structural deployment issues or address availability.


Agenda

Time
Description
Speaker(s)
13:00
Introduction
Leo Vegoda
13:05
IPv6 from an RIR perspective
Alex Le Heux, RIPE NCC
13:25
IPv6 deployment in the DNS
João Damas, Internet Systems Consortium
13:45
IPv6 deployment: an ISP view
Gert Döring, SpaceNet AG
14:05
Questions and follow-up points from panelists
All panelists
14:15
Panel and floor discussion
Panel and all attendees

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