[TriLUG] IPv6 workshop
rleathers at americanri.com
Fri Apr 15 13:40:06 EDT 2011
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On 4/15/2011 11:45 AM, Jonathan Woodbury wrote:
> /me raises hand
> On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 11:30 AM, Jack Hill <jackhill at jackhill.us> wrote:
>> On Friday 15 April 2011 11:27:23 Brian McCullough wrote:
>>> As some of you may have noticed, I started a thread yesterday where I was
>>> told, basically, that I should persuade Panera ( or Caribou Coffee, or
>>> insert your flavour of choice ) that they should provide IPv6 service to
>>> their WiFi customers.
>>> Another alternative proposed was for me to set up an IPv6 tunnel back to my
>>> "home network," and then explore the world from there. That one, of
>>> course, has a better chance of happening within the next couple of years.
>>> You may also have noticed that Kevin Otte and I made a start at a
>>> conversation regarding a short workshop allowing people to get familiar
>>> with configuring IPv6 on their personal laptops and then, their whole LAN.
>>> We discussed this last night, and wonder whether there is any interest in a
>>> group of us getting together somewhere in the Triangle, probably for a
>>> couple of hours on a Saturday morning. This would be intended not to take
>>> up too much of your Saturday, but to get you started and comfortable with
>>> the concepts in a hands-on environment.
>>> Any hands?
>> I would be interested.
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