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Registration is open for the AFRINIC IPv6 Deep-Dive Tutorial for Engineers on 24th September and the IPv6 Deployathon on 25th September during SAFNOG-4 in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.

IPv6 Deployathons are events where AFRINIC provides assistance in prototyping, testing and deploying some IPv6 features within 16 hours.

If you wish to attend the IPv6 Deep-Dive Tutorial and IPv6 Deployathon in Dar es Salaam, please register here: http://bit.ly/safnog-4-IPV6workshop-registration

For those who cannot make it to Dar es Salaam but need free guidance on their IPv6 project, please make a request through our IPv6 Deployment help desk athttps://vox.afrinic.net/343185?lang=en (English) or https://vox.afrinic.net/343185?lang=fr (French).

Those who register and get an invite to our webinar https://vox.afrinic.net/281636?lang=en will get priority access to the AFRINIC IPv6 deployment help desk.

AFRINIC’s Capacity Building Team is launching a series of webinars to address specific IPv6 deployment issues. The first webinar will take place on 19 September at 13:00 UTC and will address recurrent themes addressed during AFRINIC’s help desk sessions.

AFRINIC has a help desk that supports teams who are implementing IPv6 on their networks.

https://vox.afrinic.net/343185?lang=en (in English)

https://vox.afrinic.net/343185?lang=fr (in French)

You may wish to join the webinar which is open for registration and request for an invitation at https://vox.afrinic.net/281636?lang=en 

Seats are limited to 30 participants. 

Africa’s Platform for Internet Development

With ICT technologies evolving at a rapid pace, opportunities for knowledge sharing, networking and promotion of best practice are crucial for the growth of the Internet in Africa. Through its renowned conferences, the African Network Information Centre (AFRINIC) and the Africa Internet Summit (AIS) conferences enhance this by providing an essential forum for a broad spectrum of ICT professionals to share their expertise and real-world experiences and identify remaining knowledge gaps.   










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