[afripv6-discuss] Successful Conclusion of AFRINIC Training Workshop in Cairo - Egypt

Mukom Akong T. tamon at afrinic.net
Tue Jun 5 09:15:43 SAST 2012

Dear colleagues,

AFRINIC just concluded a four (4) day training workshop in Cairo - Egypt. The workshop ran from the 28 - 31 May 2012 at the Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts - Media City, Cairo.

The workshop was attended by over 75 network engineers from the telecommunications and Internet service organisations as well as  government agencies and universities. 

Some of the highlights of the workshop are as follows:

+ Planning for, requesting and managing IP number resources.

+ IPv6 subnetting and address planning

+ IPv6 routing (OSPFv3 and BGP) 

+ IPv6 Transition Mechanisms (Dual Stack, Manual Tunneling, 6rd, 6PE and NAT64)

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

+ Interactive discussions on Why NAT is not a sustainable solution to IPv6 Exhaustion, What is holding some providers from fully deploying IPv6 and ways in which network engineers could make the case for IPv6 to their managers.

We wish to extend our appreciation to the team at the National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency of Egypt for hosting this workshop and making it a success.

Warm Regards.

AFRINIC Training Squad on site
(Madhvi, Nishal & Mukom )

Mukom Akong T.          >|<       Member Training Manager
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