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Topic # 57306 9-Feb-2010 11:26
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Hey Guys,
I'm wanting to learn the basics of how ipv6 works, notably how it may affect a medium sized business with multiple branches, best practices for deployment etc.

Does anyone have knowledge of, or recomendations of such courses run in Auckland?





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  Reply # 297735 10-Feb-2010 18:02
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I attended the ipv6 workshop Internet NZ ran in Auckland in December 09. Would recommend checking out the next one they run. Good to see people thinking about this. :)

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  Reply # 297772 10-Feb-2010 21:04
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What sort of best practices could there be? "Don't assign IPs to the toasters, tempting though it may be"?




I finally have fibre!  Had to leave the country to get it though.




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  Reply # 297818 10-Feb-2010 22:50
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Kyanar: What sort of best practices could there be? "Don't assign IPs to the toasters, tempting though it may be"?


IP on your toast.... getit?





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