IPv6 On Your Servers: Fun Or Frightening?

January 26th, 2015, 6pm to 9pm

Digicomp, Limmatstrasse 50, Zürich

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In this presentation, Nathalie Künneke-Trenaman, RIPE, discussed the most common things that can go wrong when you enable IPv6 on your servers. When RIPE NCC deployed Atlas Anchors with IPv6, the technical team ran into some interesting issues with Stateless Address Autoconfiguration, tunnels and address planning. After this presentation, you will know where to start looking if something looks weird with IPv6.

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18.00Welcome by Silvia Hagen, President Swiss IPv6 Council 

Nathalie Künneke-Trenaman, RIPE

IPv6 On Your Servers: Fun Or Frightening?

19.00Q&A, discussion
19.15Drinks and networking
21.00End of event


About the speaker:
Nathalie Künneke-Trenaman,
IPv6 Program Manager, RIPE

Nathalie Künneke-Trenaman is the IPv6 Program Manager at the RIPE NCC. In this role, Nathalie raises awareness about IPv6 and how it can be deployed, providing information and support at both technical and managerial levels. Nathalie is also responsible for the ongoing development of IPv6 training course material.


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