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[Discuss] Speakers for IPv6?
- Subject: [Discuss] Speakers for IPv6?
- From: eric.chadbourne at gmail.com (Eric Chadbourne)
- Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2012 11:08:25 -0400
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+1 On Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 8:29 AM, Chris O'Connell <omegahalo at gmail.com> wrote: > John, > > I don't know much about IPv6, but think this is a really important topic > for IT people. Thanks for trying to get this organized. > > Chrsi > > On Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 8:26 AM, John Abreau <jabr at blu.org> wrote: > >> I'd like to schedule several BLU meetings about IPv6 for next year, >> and I'm looking >> for speakers who can give the kinds of presentations I think would be >> useful. >> >> We had a talk last November, but it fell short of what I had hoped >> for. I was looking >> for presentations where the target audience is people who have already >> decided >> they want to migrate to IPv6, and are asking how to proceed. >> >> The talk we actually got was interesting and informative, but it didn't >> address >> the correct audience. The talk we got focused on persuading a >> reluctant audience >> that they really need to start planning to migrate to IPv6, and it >> didn't really offer >> any useful details on how to proceed. >> >> For starters, I've come up with three basic scenarios I'd like to explore: >> >> 1. A home user with 1-2 desktops, a few laptops/iPhones/Android devices, >> maybe a NAS or Tivo, and a Linksys wireless router that can support DD-WRT; >> >> 2. A small office with 1-2 Linux servers and maybe a dozen desktops and >> laptops >> possibly supporting a mix of Linux, Windows, and MacOS. >> >> 3. A larger enterprise with several locations in different cities; >> dozens of servers >> including Windows, Linux, BSD, Solaris, AIX, etc; desktop, laptops, >> smartphones, >> etc including a mix of Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, Android, etc. >> >> To keep things simple, I think it makes sense to focus on migrating from a >> pure IPv4 network to a dual-stack network for these scenarios. Even with >> this >> focus, I imagine it would still take several meetings to cover the basics. >> >> Can anyone recommend speakers who can give these kinds of HOWTO talks? >> >> Thanks! >> >> >> -- >> John Abreau / Executive Director, Boston Linux & Unix >> Email jabr at blu.org / WWW http://www.abreau.net / PGP-Key-ID 0xD5C7B5D9 >> PGP-Key-Fingerprint 72 FB 39 4F 3C 3B D6 5B E0 C8 5A 6E F1 2C BE 99 >> _______________________________________________ >> Discuss mailing list >> Discuss at blu.org >> http://lists.blu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss >> > > > > -- > Chris O'Connell > http://outlookoutbox.blogspot.com > _______________________________________________ > Discuss mailing list > Discuss at blu.org > http://lists.blu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss
- [Discuss] Speakers for IPv6?
- From: ccb at acm.org (Charlie Bennett)
- [Discuss] Speakers for IPv6?