IPv6 Workshop Dec 2014 – Day 1

NPIX and ISOC Nepal have come together to organize a 3 day workshop on IPv6 Design and Deployment capacity building workshop.

20141225_100737The workshop has being undergoing at Indreni, New Baneshwore from 25th December. Over 40 enthusiastic participants are attending the workshop.

We would like to thank APNIC for providing Workshop materials and access to their online lab.

Workshop materials, including slides and worksheets are available here:

IPv6 Workshop

NPIX and ISOC-Nepal are organizing an IPv6 Workshop. The objective of the workshop is to provide basic understanding of IPv6 protocol and tools to network engineers.

Who should attain?
Technicians and engineers working with providers and campus networks with a basic understanding of network operations, Internet technologies, OSI reference model, TCP/IP and router operating system.

Prerequisites Skills:
It is assumed that participants will have a working knowledge of IPv4 and TCP/IP in general.

Workshop Requirements:
Participants should bring their own Laptops.

Date and Time:
Date: 25-27 December, 2014
Duration: 3 Days
Time: 9:30 to 5:30
Maximum Class Size: 30
Lunch and tea breaks are provided.

NPIX will sponsor one seat for each of its members, subject to availability. Due to the limited availability of seats, members are requested to register at the earliest possible to secure a seat at the workshop.

Registration fee: Rs. 5000 for each additional participant (Subject to availability)

Venue:
Indreni Food Land, Indreni Complex
New Baneshwor, Kathmandu

For registration, please contact Anita Shrestha at our Secretariat, Nepal Research and Education Network at +977-1-5012546

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