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Deploy360 29 April 2013

Videos – INET Denver: IPv4 Exhaustion and the Path to IPv6

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Video from the first ever INET Denver, organized with our Colorado Chapter, is available for viewing now! Themed “IPv4 Exhaustion and the Path to IPv6,” the event was held at the Grand Hyatt Denver on the afternoon of Wednesday, 17 April. INET Denver was designed to complement the content presented at the co-located North American IPv6 Summit by focusing on the IPv4 side of the impending transition to IPv6.

INET Denver offered an all star line-up of expert speakers including John Curran (ARIN), Charles Lee (Addrex), Geoff Huston (APNIC), Owen DeLong (Hurricane Electric), Lee Howard (Time Warner Cable), Louis Sterchi (Kalorama Group), Einar Bohlin (ARIN), Paul Brigner (Internet Society), Richard Jimmerson (Deploy360), and myself, Chris Grundemann (CO ISOC).

These experts covered many aspects of IPv4 free pool exhaustion and IPv6 deployment. Specific topics covered included The State of IPv6,  IPv4 Exhaustion at ARIN, an Address Policy Workshop covering IPv4/IPv6 policy at ARIN and how to change it, a real-time Evaluation of the Current IPv4 Address Transfer MarketThe Cost of IPv4-IPv6 Transition, and an update on the Internet Society and the Deploy360 programme.

We received an overwhelmingly positive response from folks who were able to attend and watch the event live, hopefully you enjoy it as well!

Chris Grundemann
Founding Chair
Internet Society Colorado Chapter

 

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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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