We are marking the end of the internet as we know it with a celebratory event on the evening of 22nd March at the Highly Prestigious London Transport Museum in Covent Garden.
This gig isn’t just to bury IPv4 though. It is also a serious look at where the world is at with the roll out of IPv6.
If you are a techie in the internet community, a tech journalist or just as importantly an IT manager/CTO/CIO who might want to understand the relevance of IPv4 exhaustion to your business then you need to be here.
We have a nice little retrospective look at the history of the Internet in the UK by early Pioneer and colleague of Vint Cerf, Prof Peter Kirstein.
Also on stage will be speakers discussing the actual state of IPv6 rollout, the practicalities of implementation and the problems yet to be overcome.
Then we will be peering into a crystal ball and taking a look at the future of the internet and the www!
Finally there will be a ceremonial bit of fun whereby IANA will do a re-run of the handover of the last block of IPv4 addresses to RIPE.
Bring your camera. You will want to remember this one
|Move Over IPv4 (Bring on IPv6)
|The London Transport Museum, Covent Garden
|18.30 – 21.30 Tuesday March 22nd (ceremonials commence 19.00hrs)
|This is a free event but entry is by invitation only.
Registration (click here to go to the event site) for “bringonipv6” requires a password as attendance at the event is invitation only. The password is freely available from industry sources or will have already been mailed to you. If we have missed you out you can contact Trefor Davies at [email protected] with your details.