NANOG and ARIN were excited to jointly offer "Getting Started with IPv6," a workshop providing hands-on experience with IPv6 at the back-to-back NANOG 35 and ARIN XVI meetings this October in Los Angeles. The workshop took place on Sunday, October 23, 2005 from 9:00AM to 4:30PM (PDT) at the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City.
Presentations (PDF Format)
Presenter: Jordi Palet
The workshop, led by Jordi Palet , offered a practical introduction to the basics of IPv6. Participants learned how to activate IPv6 on their own laptops, and were given practical instruction on:
- Installing IPv6 on different platforms (XP/W2003, Linux, BSD)
- Basic stateless/stateful configuration, including privacy setup
- Transition mechanisms
- Examples of applications
During the workshop, attendees also learned how to accomplish some basic monitoring and troubleshooting of the IPv6 network.
The workshop was targeted at engineers and network administrators from both ISPs and SOHO/Enterprise networks.