Posted: Fri, 23 Mar 2007
There will be an IPv6 Deployment Panel discussion at the ICANN meeting in Lisbon on Sunday 25 March between 1pm and 3pm (UTC+1). The session will focus on IPv6 deployment in the root DNS and ISP environments as well as looking at the policy support needed for this.
The panel consists of Gert Doering from SpaceNet AG, who will discuss the ISP's view of IPv6 deployment, Joao Damas from Internet Systems Consortium who will discuss IPv6 deployment in the DNS and Alex Le Heux from the RIPE NCC who will give the RIR perspective. The agenda and webcast links can be found on the meeting web site at:
The presentations will be made available before the session begins.
As well as webcasting the session, remote participation will be possible through the ICANN public participation site, which allows registered users to ask questions and comment in chatrooms and forums. Please feel free to submit questions to the panel in advance or during the session, or use the blog facility to write about it afterwards.
The site can be found at:
http://public.icann.org/ and can be reached through IPv6 as well as IPv4.
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)