[afripv6-discuss] Getting IPv6 Done: A Step-by-Step Framework for
Planning an IPv6 Deployment
aa at alstonnetworks.net
Mon Jan 28 11:58:11 SAST 2013
That was the process we went through and it contains a reasonable amount of
I presented that at the Khartoum meeting (remotely) as well, but hopefully
On Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 5:10 AM, Mukom Akong T. <mukom.tamon at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello all,
> One of the questions I often get asked during after teaching/facilitating
> and IPv6 session is: "Now I know all these tech bits and how they come
> together, but what are the steps for deploying IPv6?"
> I've often scratched my head because I thought 'that's obvious', however I
> gave have detailed and have decided to provide a framework that anyone
> could use.
> Surprisingly, these are very familiar steps that almost everyone who has
> done a project in the past can relate to. The steps are:
> 1. Set Clear Goals for the IPv6 Deployment Project.
> 2. Identify the List of Tasks Required to Achieve each Goal.
> 3. Identify Resources Required to Accomplish each Task.
> 4. Get Management Approval/Sign-off for the Project.
> 5. Execute the Plan, Documenting Everything as you go.
> 6. Update Relevant Organisational Processes to Integrate new
> Capabilities Resulting from the Deployment.
> These are quite obvious steps, however what each of them means and the
> thought process required to clarify each is what have detailed. I'd like
> your comments and also your suggestions on what you can do to move your
> IPv6 Deployment project from and "incomplete pile of unclear stuff" to and
> organised set of tasks that will surely lead you towards a working IPv6
> deployment? Please share.
> Have an awesome week!
> [Disclaimer]: Like with all my posts, ALL opinions are mine and do not
> necessary represent the views or positions of any of my professional
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