[menog] Re: Building IPv6 Service Provider Core
ahmed at tamkien.com
Tue Jun 15 09:58:56 GMT 2010
This is a further correction about the start time for this webinar, and the presenter has clarified that it starts at 11am KSA/Jordan time, 12noon UAE time tomorrow.
See message below from presenter and sorry for the confusion which was due to an Eventbrite website typo (which has just been corrected). Please contact Ivan directly if you have any questions on this webinar.
From: "Ivan Pepelnjak" <ivan.pepelnjak at zaplana.net>
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 12:28 PM
To: <ahmed at tamkien.com>
Subject: RE: Building IPv6 Service Provider Core - Question from Ahmed
> The event starts @ 10:00 Central European time (08:00 GMT, Eventbrite is confused about DST time zones) and yes, I'll be presenting. To register, click "Order now" button on this page:
> Best regards
From: Ahmed Abu-Abed
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 11:01 AM
To: 'menog at menog. net' ; IPv6jordan
Subject: Re: [menog] Building IPv6 Service Provider Core
Tomorrow's online IPv6 Core seminar start time changed to 10am (GMT +1) which should be 12pm noon (KSA/Jordan GMT +3). And its 2 hours long; see the link below for more details.
From: Ahmed Abu-Abed
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2010 3:06 PM
To: 'menog at menog. net'
Subject: [menog] Building IPv6 Service Provider Core
I just came across an announcement about an "IPv6 Service Provider Core" webinar/tutorial.
One needs to register for this practical (with configuration examples) 2 hour session on Wednesday June 16 at 11am KSA time, more at
When building an IPv6-enabled Service Provider core, you have three design options: dual-stack deployment, running IPv6 over MPLS (6PE) or running IPv6 inside a VPN (6VPE). This workshop describes the principles of all three design options and their comparative benefits and drawbacks.
The Building IPv6 Service Provider Core discusses advanced IPv6, BGP, MPLS and MPLS VPN concepts. You are expected to have basic understanding of IPv6 addressing and routing, BGP design and configuration and MPLS principles of operations.
Disclaimer: I have no relation with the course providers, this is for information only.
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