Archive | May, 2011

Does IPv6 ensure the survival of an open Internet?

REANNZ CEO Donald Clark makes the case for IPv6 in the New Zealand Computer Society’s newsline publication: “Last week, I sat next to the team from Outpost Central, a finalist at the NZ Hi-Tech awards. Outpost Central makes thousands of remote, battery powered sensors that people use for real-time water or energy use measurements, or to […]

KAREN seminar: The future with IPv6

New Zealand’s Research and Education Advanced Network (REANNZ) is hosting a seminar on ‘the future with IPv6’ on Wednesday 8 June. New Zealand IPv6 Taskforce Technical Convenor Dean Pemberton is guest speaker. This seminar is being held 3:30 – 4:30pm Wednesday 8 June via the KAREN Video Conferencing Service. Seminar: IPv6 through the crystal ball. […]

APNIC launches IPv6 tracker

The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) has launched a new tool to provide information on the IPv6 readiness of websites in networks. “It is a simple script that utilizes Google Analytics to measure the visitors on both your and your clients’ websites,” says APNIC. “The reporting will allow you to make better decisions on […]

DTS goes native

NEWSFLASH Wellington-based Internet Service Provider DTS has announced it is natively IPv6-capable (internationally). DTS made the announcement this morning on Twitter: DTS has also adopted IPv6 on its critical internet facing systems including core, border, and edge routers, DNS, mail and web systems.

APNIC eLearning scheduled 25 May 2011

The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) announces the following APNIC eLearning webclasses are scheduled for 25 May 2011. Each individual session focuses on key concepts and best practices, and will run for approximately an hour. Registration is now open: eIPV601 – IPv6 OVERVIEW Session Time: 10:30 – 11:30 (Brisbane Time, UTC + 10) […]