[AfrICANN-discuss] about IPv6

Thierry Sanzhie Bokally sanzhiet at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 09:09:11 UTC 2014

Dear Metaferia, feel free to contact Brice Abba brice at afrinic.net

If you can share your experience it can be a good thing for the community.


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2014-09-19 8:57 GMT+00:00 Seyoum Damtew Metaferia <
seyoum.damtew at ethiotelecom.et>:

> Dears;
> we have a plan to prepare proposal on the transition to IPv6 of my company
> IP core Network for Ethiotelecom
> any one who can give me information about IPv6 addressing related issues
> like
> 1. whom shall I contact to get IPv6 pool for test including international
> link?
> 2. which countries in Africa have experience in moving to IPv6?
> 3. how to move to IPv6 without affecting traffic? procedures to follow (I
> know dual stack, 6to4 mechanisms)
> 4. any workshops related with IPv6
> 5. why big companies like Microsoft pay more money to save Ipv4 rather
> than moving to Ipv6????
> 6. Any other related issues which may be important to consider
> regards
> seyoum
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