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Wednesday, October 7 • 14:00 - 15:50
Setting up an IPv6 Lan with Linux - Mark Clarke, Jumping Bean

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IPv6 has been on the horizon for years. There are many reasons for its slow adoption and one of those is a lack of understanding of how to implement IPv6, how to manage the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 and how to operate in a dual stack world.

This tutorial will take Linux administrators through setting up and configuring IPv6. The aim would be to provide enough skills and knowledge to attendees to start experimenting with IPv6 on their own private networks or experimental network at the office.

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Mark Clarke

Chief Science Officer, Jumping BEan
I am open source solutions engineer working at Jumping Bean, a system integration company based in Johannesburg, South. My current projects include: writing an sflow aggregator, building a Linux based firewall and NAS. I am passionate about creating a vibrant start-up culture in Africa using open source and free software. I currently run several user groups for Linux, Makers and Java

Wednesday October 7, 2015 14:00 - 15:50
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