Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Relaunch of the California IPv6 Task Force

For those who are interested in IPv6 please check out the relaunched California IPv6 Task Force website. The CAv6TF will be helping with the gogonetLive! IPv6 event on Nov 2-3, 2010 in Silicon Valley (San Jose area at this point) so please keep the date reserved, it should be a great chance to interact with other IT professionals interested in IPv6.

I am excited we are finally making the CAv6TF website available via IPv6 too and also that the Task Force is now active again after a few years of hiatus due to the majority of the CAv6TF members driving the National IPv6 story. I am now serving as the Co-Chair of the Task Force handling the San Francisco Bay Area. If you have any comments or interest in helping with the CAv6TF please contact us at info@cav6tf.org.

If you have not yet joined gogoNET and you are interested in learning more about IPv6 this is a good place to start getting connected with other IPv6 folks so consider signing up. They also offer a free IPv6 software client service through Freenet6 so you can run IPv6 no matter where you are which is a nice option if you do not have a native IPv6 service yet. Another option is Hurricane Electric's IPv6 Tunnel Broker service which I have used for years for my home configuration.
- Ed

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