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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

IPv6 Network Operations
Meeting: NANOG39
Date / Time: 2007-02-06 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room: Sheraton Hall B/C
Presenters: Speakers:

Stewart Bamford, Level 3 Communications

After receiving his B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of East Anglia in 1995, Stewart started work in the ISP business, launching a small ISP in Norwich, England. In 1996, he joined PIPEX in Cambridge (UK), which was later known as UUNET, WorldCom, and then MCI. In 2004 he moved to Level 3 Communications, where he is currently employed as a Senior Engineer based in London. Stewart was the lead engineer in the deployment of IPv6 on the Level3 (AS3356) network. He is also also a Chartered IT Professional, a Chartered Engineer and a member of the British Computer Society.
Abstract: This BOF is intended to be for those who either run an IPv6 network or are interested in doing so. It is NOT intended to be a place to argue the pros or cons of IPv6. Various issues to do with operating an IPv6 network will be discussed, including; transition methods, peering, tunnelling, filtering, support, network capacity and future issues.
Files: pdfKatsuyasu Toyama Presentation(PDF)
pdfStewart Bamford Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

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