[clug] November - IPv6 using it on the modern internet - Bob Edwards

Steven Hanley sjh at svana.org
Wed Nov 25 03:39:20 UTC 2015


Canberra Linux Users Group Meeting - 26th November 2015

 Date:          26 November 2015 (Fourth Thursday of the month)


 Time:          18:15 - 18:55

 Abstract:     It's BeerSIG time!
               'What's BeerSIG?' I hear you ask! BeerSIG is a social
               gathering, and an opportunity to get together with
               like minded people and share a social pint
               or two before the meeting.

 Location:     Wig and Pen, Llewellyn Hall, Canberra School of Music
               Look for the table with a stuffed toy penguin


 Time:         19:00 - 21:00 (or when it finishes)

 Speaker:      Bob Edwards

 Abstract:     IPv6 was going to replace IPv4 and "fix" all problems with
               the internet from exhausted address space to letting people 
               have thousands of addressable devvices each. Have you tried
               using an IPv6 only system online? 

               Bob has and will talk about how to get one working, how
               lonely or not the internet in IPv6 only land is, whether it
               fixes any obvious problems or not and other fun involved with 
               using IPv6 hosts running Linux and how they work.

 Venue:        Room N101
               Computer Science and Information Technology Building
               North Road
               The Australian National University

               See http://clug.org.au/ for more directions and a map

 Food/drink:   Pizza and soft drink/juice. Come hungry, and bring
               about $6 to cover the cost of your share if you
               want some.

	See You

Steven Hanley sjh at svana.org http://svana.org/sjh/diary
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