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Deploy360 31 December 2012

Will Your New Year's Resolutions Include IPv6? DNSSEC? Routing?

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

Resolutions 2012It’s the last day of 2012… are you making resolutions for the New Year?

If so, how about one of these:

  • Get IPv6 fully deployed in our network.
  • Set up an IPv6 test network in my home or office.
  • Read a book about IPv6.



  • Read one of these reports to better understand the Internet’s routing infrastructure.
  • Attend one of Deploy360’s ION Conferences in 2013.
  • Send Deploy360 some feedback about what you’d like to see them add to their site.


Or, of course, you could always go with:

  • Post more kitten videos online, because clearly there aren’t enough

What will your resolution be for 2013?

Photo credit: Lori Ann of MamaWit on Flickr.

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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