[AfrICANN-discuss] Successful Conclusion of AfriNIC Training Workshop in Djibouti, Djibouti

Mukom Akong T tamon at afrinic.net
Mon Oct 24 16:16:16 SAST 2011

Dear colleagues,

AfriNIC just concluded a four (4) day training workshop in Djibouti,
Djibouti. The workshop ran from  17th - 20th October  at the Djibouti
Palace Kempinski hotel. The workshop was formally launched by the
representative of the minister of science and technology and other
government dignitaries.

The workshop was attended by more than twenty five (25) network
engineers, systems administrators and IT Managers drawn from the
telecommunications and Internet service organisations as well as
government agencies and the local university.

Some of the highlights of the workshop are as follows:

+ Planning for, requesting and managing IP number resources.

+ Overview of the vulnerabilities of the domain name system and how
DNSSEC addresses these.

+ The limitations of NAT as a sustainable solution to the problem of
IPv4 address exhaustion.

+ IPv6 concepts from addressing, address planning, routing and
transition techniques

+ Hands-on lab exercises (host configuration, routing and transition

The full course outline is available at
http://www.afrinic.net/training/ipv6training.htm and

We wish to extend our appreciation to Djibouti Telecom for hosting this
workshop and making it a success.

Warm Regards.


(i) Google map of countries we've done training in.

     [2010] http://maps.google.mu/maps/ms?msa=0


(ii) IPv6 Fundamentals Slides

(iii) Internet Number Resources Management Slides

(iv) Internet Number Resources Management  CBT course


(v) IPv6 Hands on Lab Manual

(vi) Book a free 6 router lab to practice on

Mukom Akong T.          |       Training Manager
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