Category Archives: CAv6TF
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The California IPv6 Task Force Team is happy to announce that the IRS has formally awarded our organization 501(c)(3) status. All donations and contributions made to the task force are tax deductible in arrears as of June 1, 2015.
Join the California IPv6 Task Force at the LinkedIn offices on Monday, June 15 to learn all about how they deployed IPv6. This is a great chance to learn all about how they did it from the LinkedIn team directly … Continue reading → Continue reading
Join us November 19-20, 2014 in Sunnyvale, California to be part of the movement to IPv6 & the Internet of Things. The California IPv6 Task Force together with GogoNET Live! hosts our fifth annual IPv6 focused conference in the Bay … Continue reading → Continue reading
The California IPv6 Task Force is running quarterly MeetUps and the second one will be hosted by Cisco in San Jose in September. Please join our MeetUp group to get details and to RSVP for the event. You can find … Continue reading → Continue reading
Huge news today – ARIN is now in Phase 4 and down to their last /8 of IPv4 address space. You can find more details at their website. It is time to adopt IPv6. If you want to learn more, … Continue reading → Continue reading
Presented the ARIN community slide deck and met some great new network engineering friends (9:50am) at Tech Junction in Sacramento California today. As promised to the thirty plus folks who attended, here is the link for the ARIN page that contains the … Continue reading → Continue reading
Join us November 12-14, 2013 in Silicon Valley, California to be part of the movement to IPv6 & the Internet of Things. The California IPv6 Task Force together with GogoNET Live! hosts our fourth annual IPv6 focused conference in the … Continue reading → Continue reading
Hats off to the folks at Comcast as you can now test to see if your Comcast Internet connection is IPv6 ready. If you are a Comcast customer, just head on over to http://www.comcast6.net/ to see their friendly status page! … Continue reading → Continue reading
ICANN’s ASO is conducting their annual Global IPv6 Deployment Survey. The survey ends July 31st so please take a moment and complete it. Thanks!
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http://gogonetlive.com/ Join us November 12-14 in San Jose (venue still pending) to learn how to deploy IPv6. The theme of this year’s conference is “Enterprise Wide Migration – a Holistic Approach”. Learn how to go v6 from ISP, Enterprise and … Continue reading → Continue reading
June 6th is only a week away. We hope everyone is aware of the fact that it is World IPv6 Launch. The goal is for folks on the Internet to turn on IPv6 and leave it on. This is the … Continue reading → Continue reading
Less than 2 weeks left to the North American IPv6 Summit – The registration site is still open for the North American IPv6 Summit but you are running out of time to sign up. Continue reading → Continue reading
Presented by gogo6, the IPv6 Forum and the California IPv6 Task Force http://gogonetlive.com Join us November 1-3 at San Jose State University to be part of the movement to IPv6. The theme of this year’s conference is “Trials & Tribulations”. … Continue reading → Continue reading
The second annual gogoNETLive! event is happening November 1-3, 2011 at San Jose State University in Silicon Valley in Northern California. This will be the only dedicated IPv6 conference happening on the west coast and the CAv6TF is happy to … Continue reading → Continue reading
The Texas IPv6 Task Force has posted their fall event calendar. September 14-15th they will be hosting their annual event in Austin, TX. Check out their website for more details.
For those unaware, ISOC is sponsoring World IPv6 Day where major content providers will do a test flight of making their services available on IPv6. This is a great opportunity for home, smb and enterprise IT professionals to test their … Continue reading → Continue reading
There is a great write up on the recent denial of temporary IPv4 allocation to the folks who run Microsoft TechEd in Australia. (Ed. note – check the date Regardless, it shows now how important it is for folks to … Continue reading → Continue reading
If you happen to be traveling to London next week check out Bring on IPv6. They look to have a nice line up of speakers for the event. In late April the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force is hosting their … Continue reading → Continue reading