[AfrIPv6-Discuss] IPv6 at least from tunnel but it works
willy.manga at auf.org
Wed May 25 17:15:49 UTC 2016
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if some of you remember, i wrote last year about my first tests with
IPv6  Some months later, I do not yet receive all the approval
needed to use native IPv6 but we are using dual-stack on some part of
our infrastructure (server and pc) .
I wrote a post  in french where I explained all my difficulties and
small success. I hope more networks in cameroon will do the same or
better than me.
I must say that, the most difficult here is to gain interest of people
(tech,admin guys). It's not a matter of money or policies at first.
Our ISP activate its v6 link because we said «we will not pay until
you respect our contract» . They did the first step; it's not entirely
done but I was happy .
If more people,organisations put pressure like that I'm sure IPv6 will
take off or at least, more people will take care of it.
I hope the next session of IPv6 training in Cameroon will not be an
«Yet another training» but they will be more concrete deployment. I
have already participated in more than 1 training and I have the duty
to do my best at my side to raise awareness on that matter.
That's was my 2 cents from a little end-user.
Willy Ted MANGA
Responsable Technique Régional | www.auf.org/bacgl
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