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Deploy360 12 December 2014

Jan Žorž at IPv6 Council Belgium Today

Jan Žorž
By Jan ŽoržFormer Operational Engagement Programme Manager

Jan Zorz at Belgian IPv6 CouncilI’m on the road again for the last time in this year. I’m going to IPv6 Council Belgium meeting where I was invited by our dear friends Eric Vyncke and Gunter Van de Velde, co-chairs of this successful and very active IPv6 initiative! Today I’ll present a short update on IPv6 in my own country of Slovenia and after that I’ll talk about BCOP documents RIPE-554 and also the newest one, “IPv6 Troubleshooting for Helpdesks“. The rest of the agenda is also packed, so if you are nearby – join us!

If you are attending this Belgian IPv6 council meeting – come and find me, I’m always happy to meet new people and chat about IPv6, BCOP, DNSSEC and other interesting things!

(Photo courtesy of Eric Vyncke)

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