Registration is now open for the upcoming AFRINIC Internet Number Resources Management (INRM) and Understanding and Deploying IPv6 Workshop.
Location: Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Date: 11 – 14 December 2018
Registration closes on: 16 November 2018
Participation is free of charge and only 45 participants will be selected for the course. The event venue will be communicated to the selected participants.
AFRINIC is one of Africa's leading technical capacity builders and trains over 600 engineers on INRM and IPv6 Deployment each year. We offer one of the continent's most highly regarded IPv6 Forum (Gold) Certified training programmes and all of our workshops are taught by highly experienced training staff. The following workshops will be delivered in Uganda:
- Internet Number Resources Management Fundamentals (1 day)
- Understanding and Deploying IPv6 (3 days)
At the end of this four-day workshop, participants will be able to:
- Effectively manage their Internet Number Resources using the WHOIS database
- Create an IPv6 Address Plan
- Configure, troubleshoot and verify IPv6 devices as part of an IPv6 deployment project
- And much more.
Find out more about our INRM and IPv6 workshop at:https://learn.afrinic.net
You do not need to be an AFRINIC member to attend. However, priority is always given to AFRINIC members.
Lunch and light refreshments will be served during workshop. Please note that AFRINIC does not contribute to transportation and/or accommodation costs for the participants.
Workshops are open to network engineers and systems administrators who already understand how to design and build IPv4 networks and can use basic network services like DHCP and DNS.
Selected candidates will be contacted directly and must confirm their attendance within 48 hours or their place will be forfeited.
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AFRINIC Training Team