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AFRINIC invites you to register for its upcoming IPv6 deployathon session taking place from 28 October to 1 November 2019 in Lagos, Nigeria in collaboration with NgNog.

The IPv6 deployathon is fully focused on the implementation of IPv6 networks through prototyping, building and validation. At the end of the session, through expert guidance, participants will have moved their networks one clearly measurable step forward towards IPv6 deployment.

If you want to join like-minded network and systems engineers who run networks and who actually want to deploy IPv6, then request an invitation to attend this session at: https://vox.afrinic.net/58439?lang=en  

Places are limited to 30 participants, so please register as soon as possible. 

There will be a screening process and selected candidates will be notified two weeks prior to the start of the session. 

We look forward to receiving your application.

The Measurement Working Group (MWG) is the main platform through which AFRINIC keeps abreast the community of the latest Internet developments. The group fosters collaborations with researchers from across the globe and conducts regular online study group sessions where matters related to the Internet are discussed. MWG is an open platform on which Internet researchers, network operators, social scientists and others in Africa and beyond discuss topics related to Internet measurements from technical and socio-economic perspectives (Become a member of the MWG simply by joining the mailing list at https://lists.afrinic.net/mailman/listinfo/measurement-wg). The group has a strong focus on Internet measurement studies in Africa. It also conveys research or workshop outcomes to AFRINIC's community. The working group has this year carried out a number of activities highlighted in this article.

• Are you a manager or network engineer who runs an IXP and want to ensure that you set up and run an IXP according to international best practices in an economically sustainable manner?
• Are you a government regulator or policymaker who needs to understand how governments can best support the IXP through smart policies and targeted investments?
• Are you a peering manager or coordinator for a network operator and want to understand how your network could create and capture more value for your customers through the IXP?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you will be interested in our next webinar on How to Run an Effective Self-Sustaining IXP. This is especially important because as governments and network operators strive to generate more value using the Internet for citizens and customers, IXPs are emerging as a critical piece of the puzzle primarily because when properly set up and run they keep local traffic local.

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.  

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