The Texas IPv6 Task Force (TXv6TF) fourth annual IPv6 technology conference is history.
If you were unable to join us, the presentations are linked to the conference agenda below. For sessions with one presenter, the presentation is linked to the session title.
There are no presentations for the welcome each day, the lab tutorial and the IPv6 panel discussion on day 2.
We hope that you will consider joining us next year!
Many thanks to all of our speakers and sponsors without whose support the 2012 Summit would not have been possible!
2012 TXv6TF Summit
The Texas IPv6 Task Force (TXv6TF) announces its Winter 2012 IPv6 Summit in Richardson, Texas. This event will occur November 19-20, 2012 on the campus of The University of Texas at Dallas. This event is free, but pre-registration is required.
Who should attend:
If you can answer yes to any of the below, then you should consider attending.
- You want to learn about IPv6 to gain practical information to help you with your IPv6 transition.
- You have a government mandate or business requirement to implement IPv6 as soon as possible.
- You want to prepare yourself and learn the proper way to deploy IPv6 and dual-stack networks and operating systems.
- You want to ensure that you have a career path in network technology that spans longer than the next 2-3 years.
- You would like to collaborate with others in the IPv6 field.
Parking passes will be provided and email to you prior to the event. For further details see, http://www.utdallas.edu/pardonourprogress/conference-center.html
Registration now closed. Depending on how many cancellations we have we might accept further registration at the event. Please email email@example.com if you are interested.
The 2012 TXv6TF Summit
|November 19-20, 2012||The University of Texas at Dallas|
|8AM to 5PM||The Alexander Clark Center University of Texas at Dallas.
800 West Campbell Road
|Richardson, Texas 75080|
November 19, 2012
|8:30am-8:45am||Welcome to TXv6TF and UT Dallas|
|Dr. Andrew Blanchard, Vice Provost, VP and CIO, UT Dallas|
|Stephan Lagerholm,Director, TXv6TF|
|8:45am-9:45am||Market Viability of IPv6|
|John Curran, ARIN|
|9:45am-10:45am||IPv6 Routing Protocols|
|Faraz Shamim CCIE #4131, Cisco|
|10:45am-11:45am||IPv6 Address Planning|
|1:00pm-2:00pm||IPv6 is on my Network…But What Just Happened|
|2:00pm-3:00pm||IPv6 and SETG, Stan Barber|
|IPv6 within Texas Higher Education, Byron Hicks, TX Learn|
|3:00pm-4:00pm||IPv6 for Cable Service Providers|
|Farhan Hamid, Cisco|
|4:00pm-5:00pm||Internet IPv4 Topology Mapping|
November 20, 2012
|8:00am-8:30am||2nd Day Welcome to TXv6TF and UT Dallas|
|Stephan Lagerholm, Director, TXv6TF|
|8:30am-9:30am||Support for Mobile and Low-Powered Wireless Devices in IPv6|
|Ravi Prakash, UT Dallas|
|9:30am-10:30am||IPv6 … Making Progress|
|Tony Hain, Hain Global Consulting, Inc.|
|10:30am-11:30am||IPv6 Address Design|
Choose one track:
|Track 1 (limit – 16 participants)||Track 2|
|Hands-on IPv6 Lab||IPv6 Collaboration Architecture|
|Instructor Jeff Carrell||Jay Shah, Cisco|
|Migration to IPv6 using DNS64 / NAT64|
|Stephan Lagerholm, Secure64|
|Christine Malina-Maxwell, UTD|
|Adopting IPv6 at Oracle|
|Rich Lewis, Oracle|
|4:40pm-5:00pm||Meeting Farewell and Adjourn|
|Christine Malina-Maxwell, UTD & Stephan Lagerholm, Director, TXv6TF|