[AfrICANN-discuss] Successful conclusion of an IPv6 Fundamentals Workshop in Douala, Cameroon from 11 to 14 September 2012

Seun Ojedeji seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 21:47:14 SAST 2012

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On Sep 17, 2012 7:21 PM, "Janvier NGNOULAYE" <jnoulaye at uy1.uninet.cm> wrote:

> Dear Colleagues,
> We are pleased to announce that the Cameroon Chapter of the Internet
> Society (ISOC Cameroon Chapter) has successfully organized a second four
> days IPv6 Fundamentals training workshop (11 to 14 September 2012) in
> Douala, Cameroon.
> The workshop was part of the implementation of the Project “Impact IPv6” (
> www.impactipv6.net) initiated by ISOC Chapter Cameroon and sponsored by
> the Internet Society through the Community Grants Programme.
> This workshop, led by Janvier Ngnoulaye, Lecturer in ICT at the University
> of Yaounde 1, assisted remotely with Testbeds Labs by Martin J. Levy,
> Matjaz Straus Istenič (of Hurricane Electric) and  Mukom Tamon (of AfriNIC)
> was attended by local network engineers from the Internet Service Providers
> (ISPs), large private companies, public administration and the University
> of Douala. This workshop aimed to give to participants the fundamentals of
> the new Internet protocol IPv6, and was focused on the standard topics set
> by 6deploy and AfriNIC.
> We hope that this 2nd session will make see before the end of this year
> more IPv6 traffic from Cameroon.
> We wish to express once again our recognition and thanks to the Internet
> Society (www.internetsociety.org) AfriNIC (www.afrinic.net) and 6deploy (
> www.6deploy.eu). Our appreciation and thanks also go especially to the
> following people who helped directly or indirectly to the successful
> organization of this workshop:
> ·Mukom Tamon, IPv6 Principal Trainer of AfriNIC,
> ·Martin J. Levy of Hurricane Electric (www.he.net),
> ·January Zorz of go6 Institute (www.go6.si),
> ·Matjaz Straus Istenič Arnes (www.arnes.si),
> ·Officials of the University of Douala.
> More info and some pictures of the workshop will be available soon on the
> Impact IPv6 Project Web site at www.impactipv6.net
> Warmest regards
> --------------
> Janvier Ngnoulaye,Ph.D.
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