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[Fsuk-manchester] Re: MFS Talk. Madlab. Tuesday, 16th November. "IPv6 an

From: Tim Dobson
Subject: [Fsuk-manchester] Re: MFS Talk. Madlab. Tuesday, 16th November. "IPv6 and Free Software", Michael Dorrington.
Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 22:49:22 +0000
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Is this likely to deal with stuff like routing with free software?

I'd be interested to hear about Cisco/Juniper vs Vyatta performance...

Might also be interesting to cover stuff like:
and at the other end of the scale:

The strongest message I'd send to *users* is 'don't panic'. This is an
important issue for the technology industry but it shouldn't affect you
and it certainly won't result in the end of the world as some tabloids
might let you believe. :)


On 01/11/10 22:36, Michael Dorrington wrote:
> Details
> -------
> Most people use the Internet that uses the Internet Protocol version 4,
> IPv4. However, due to the decreasing number of unallocated IPv4
> addresses, interest is growing in Internet Protocol version 6, IPv6.
> This next generation Internet Protocol has a vastly greater number of
> addresses so solving the IPv4 address exhaustion concern. But IPv6 is
> not simply IPv4 with more addresses. IPv6 comes with new ways of doing
> things, new features and funkiness. Software that supports IPv4 does not
> necessarily support IPv6.
> The talk will cover:
>     * An overview of the IPv4 Internet.
>     * The IPv4 address exhaustion concern.
>     * IPv6 overview including DNS in IPv6.
>     * How to run both IPv4 and IPv6 on the same machine (dual stack).
>     * How you can get an IPv6 address and get on the IPv6 Internet NOW!
>     * Demonstrate IPv6 in action including tools and configuration.
>     * Overview of IPv6 support in Free Software.
>     * And more!

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