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Rolling out IPv6 on Linux

Date and Time

Wednesday, November 16, 2011 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Location

MIT Building E-51, Room 325

Presenters

Chuck Anderson , Senior Network Engineer , Worcester Polytechnic Institute - cra wpi edu

Summary

Configuring your Linux system for IPv6

Abstract

An introduction to IPv6, how it works & why you would want to use it. The talk will cover various address assignment protocols & techniques, how to configure your Linux system for IPv6, and how to troubleshoot IPv6. Other topics may include (time permitting) transition mechanisms, security, routing, address numbering plans, and deployment strategies.

Bio

Chuck Anderson is a senior network engineer at WPI where they've had a limited production deployment of IPv6 since 2008. Their website www.wpi.edu, DNS, and NTP servers are all IPv6-enabled.

Attachments

  1. YouTube video of meeting


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