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Deploy360 20 November 2014

Today – IPv6 Future Enabler Conference in Edinburgh

Jan Žorž
By Jan ŽoržFormer Operational Engagement Programme Manager

screen-capture-292Today we are presenting our work at the IPv6 Future Enabler Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, talking about how to require IPv6 when buying equipment (RIPE-554) and how your helpdesk should troubleshoot IPv6 issues when users calls in with a problem. The room is packed with very attentive operators audience and hopefully we’ll get the IPv6 deployment a push that it needs to get off the ground in the UK.

The agenda is packed with good speakers and today we’ll also learn more about the current thinking of UK operators and their plans to deploy IPv6 in their networks.


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