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AFRINIC invites you to register for the online course – Implement IPv6 Routing – at: http://bit.ly/E-Learning-Implement-IPv6-Routing

Specifically designed to help network engineers implement IPv6 routing in their organisation, the course will help you to:

               • Describe how IPv6 IGP and EGP routing differs from IPv4
               • Configure, verify and troubleshoot OSPFv3
               • Configure, verify and troubleshoot IS-IS
               • Configure, verify and troubleshoot MP-BGP for IPv6

Read more about the course at: https://elearning.afrinic.net/courses/6route

AFRINIC invites you to enrol for its online course ''Provision IPv6 Configuration’’ at:  https://vox.afrinic.net/438829?lang=en

The course targets network engineers who are looking to:

                • Determine the best provisioning mechanism for any network
                • Design, configure and troubleshoot SLAAC
                • Design, configure and  troubleshoot stateful DHCPv6
                • Design, configure and troubleshoot stateless DHCPv6
                • Design, configure and troubleshoot DHCPv6-PD

Read more about the course at: https://elearning.afrinic.net/courses/provision-ipv6-configuration

The course is designed by the AFRINIC IP Academy.  

AFRINIC invites you to its next webinar on how to Implement a dual-stacked DNS infrastructure.

The webinar will examine the DNS infrastructure required for successful IPv6 deployment. DNS is an essential component in our networks and is vital in the deployment of IPv6 because of the challenges posed by 128-bit addresses.

Event details:
Date: 19 September 2019
Time:12:30 UTC

Register for the webinar at: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/1915649996740/WN_x55N2oMCQWiMLPo0lofkQA


We look forward to your participation!

The Mauritius IGF 2019 has just ended. Hosted by Halley Movement, the event, sponsored by among others AFRINIC, brought together top Mauritius government officials, law enforcement agents and representatives from the African Union (AU). The event had five sessions:

  1. Setting the pace to combatting online child sexual exploitation in Africa
  2. Cybersecurity Strategies
  3. Artificial Intelligence, fake news: A need for concern
  4. Parental awareness on child online protection
  5. Technological initiatives and Internet governance

AFRINIC staff participated at the just concluded AFPIF-10 Conference held in Mauritius. The event was attended by more than 350 people from across the world. AFRINIC was a sponsor of the event.

AFRINIC offered various speakers, namely Logan Velvindron, Amreesh Phokeer and Keesun Fokeerah. During his presentation, Logan told delegates that IETF work is underway on Explicit Congestion Control. This has gained traction after Apple enabled ECN on its products and their CDN network. Logan went through the ECN and the new extensions and highlighted reasons why operators in Africa should get involved. Logan also explained the works of cyberstorm.mu, and the contribution of the group to IETF hackathons.

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