IPv6: Time to wake up (educators)

I have been accepted to present about IPv6 at the MCT and Educator Virtual Summit 2010! I’m looking forward to getting the message out there about IPv6. Last year I participated in several panel discussions at TechEd Europe 2009 and recorded TechEd Online discussions about IPv6. I think many are ignoring the fact that IPv6 is comming and that it is really simple to convert most of your infrastructure. So if you are a MCT or academic instructor, welcome to tune in Friday, April 09, 2010 9:30 AM-10:30 AM (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna.

Abstract: It’s about time that you learn something about IPv6 – it’s here to stay! Don’t deny it any more! The protocol enables security, manageability and lots of new features but also complexity and lots of new configuration. But dont fear, we have just gotten lazy! IPv6 isn’t harder than IPv4 – just different and different takes time to learn. In this session we will cover everything from simple lan deployment to native internet connections and wan considerations.