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Deploy360 7 September 2015

iWeek and ION meeting in Cape Town is starting…

Jan Žorž
By Jan ŽoržFormer Operational Engagement Programme Manager

ion-capetown-ai-pngToday the iWeek meeting in Cape Town starts and I was asked to talk about some new features in the IPv6 Toolkit at today’s “Operator tool BOF” and show live how to test the firewalls for IPv6 as we described in one of the previous Deploy360 blog posts. This time I’ll connect remotely to go6lab and issue the attacks from the virtual server outside the firewall (attacker) towards the victim virtual server behind the PaloAltoNetworks firewall and show the difference between protected and non-protected environments.

Tomorrow the ION meeting starts as a track in the iWeek agenda and I’m really looking forward to a good discussion, great speakers, and packed agenda that we managed to pull together.

If you are around – stop by and we can chat about many things Internet! I’ll be around for the whole week, don’t be shy 😉

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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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