IPv6 Working Group meeting
Chairman :
MA Yan [mayan AT bupt.edu.cn]
Members :
Objectives :
A workshop format where we have some initial presentations to describe current activities, and then some general discussion on IPv6 deployment research and challenges, and promote collaboration among the APAN members. Panel discussion will conclude the session.
Target Audience :
Open for any attendees, especially the researchers, Application Developers, Academic network operators.
Expected Number of Participants :
30 - 40
Agenda :
09.00 - 10.30
Session Chair:
MA Yan

Speaker: Sinchai Kamolphiwong, Ph.D.
Title: IPv6 Status and Update in Thailand - Slides
In this talk, we would like to share our work experiences on working on IPv6 in Thailand, e-Gov in particular. Some statistical information of IPv6 in Thailand will be presented. We will draw out some activities that have been done, e.g. World IPv6 Day 2011, IPv6 Domestic Exchange. Some future activities will be mentioned. Finally, we welcome your comments and suggestions for working together and encouraging on IPv6 deployment.

Speaker: Navaneethan C. Arjuman, NAV6/USM
Title: IPv6 Security - Slides
As the global internet community trying to embrace the IPv6 technology within their environment, security issue is higher on their agenda. The end-users are seriously very concern about security for IPv6 platform since the implementation is very new to the market. There are quite number of security challenges exist in implementation of IPv6 in very secure environment. This presentation highlights some of key security issues within the IPv6 implementation.

Speaker: MA Yan, CERNET
Title: IPv6 deployment in CERNET2 member universities - Slides
This presentation presents what the new development of IPv6 in CERNET2 member universities.

Speaker: Yves POPPE, Tata Communications
Title: AS6453 From IPv6Day to IPv6 Everyday - Slides
This presentation gives the picture globally about IPv6 network and the traffic, in the angle of Tata Communication.

11.00 - 12.30

Panel Discussion
Topic: The responsibility of research and education community in the network era of IPv4/IPv6 transition
Panelists: Sinchai Kamolphiwong, Ph.D., Navaneethan C. Arjuman, MA Yan

Remarks :
IPv6 connectivity in the venue is preferred.

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