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The RUG 19-bis is also sold out!

on Wednesday, 05 September 2018 Posted in Archives Rezopole, Archives LyonIX

The RUG 19-bis is also sold out!

Full carton for this extra date! The maximum number of participants for this Rezopole User Group was reached in less than 24 hours this time. A big thank you to all of you.

Meeting on Friday 28th September from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at Rezopole headquarters (16 rue de la Thibaudière, 69007 Lyon).

As a reminder, this RUG 19-bis will focus on the issues surrounding the implementation of IPv6. We will also discuss the latest implementation and safety recommendations.

  • Breakfast
  • IPv6 deployment status (statistics, news, etc.)
  • Simple operation and deployment:
    • DHCPv6
    • SLAAC
    • Dual-Stack
  • Good IPv6 Practices :
    • IPv6 filtering
    • Public addressing
    • Router-Advertisement
    • Monitoring
  • Addressing plan :
    • Allocations and IPAM
    • Geographic routing
  • Difference in routines
  • Round table discussions and sharing experiences





No more place available for the RUG 13!

on Thursday, 30 June 2016 Posted in Archives Rezopole, Archives LyonIX

No more place available for the RUG 13!

The RUG 13 participants' maximum number has been reached!

Thanks you all and see you soon!


- breakfast

- topic to be dealt: IPv6

Situation and challenges: facilitator Noémie Clémençon (Rezopole)

- IPv4 shortage,

- significant increase of IP, Internet of Things use,

- rate of deployment,

- challenges for content and service providers.

Deployment Type: facilitator Fabrice Rouvier (Rezopole)

- the customer positions pool case,

- the content provider case,

- the hosting service provider case.

Security: facilitator Ronan Bianic (Rezopole)

- public address system come back,

- IPv6 omnipresence on the customer positions and appliances,

- dual stack = dual filtering,

- best practices,

- router-announcements filtering.

Addressing plan management: facilitator Jean-Daniel Pauget (Rezopole)

- recommendations,

- a limited number of BGP announcements,

- subnet allocation for customers etc,

- allocation management tools.

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