IPv6 Deployment in European Public Authorities
28.10.2011
IPv6 Deployment in European Public Authorities - working together is a one-day workshop co-organised by the EC and the EC project 6DEPLOY's IPv6 Cluster.

As the IANA pool of IPv4 addresses has been depleted in February, Regional Internet Registries around the world will soon only have IPv6 addresses to issue to their ISPs as already happened in the Asia-Pacific region last April. New Internet users will therefore increasingly be issued with IPv6-only addresses, meaning that public-facing Websites and other eGovernment services need to be enabled for IPv6 as a priority. Similarly, it will become more common to discover that information is only accessible via IPv6.

Public authorities have a responsibility to ensure both that their information is accessible via IPv6, and to make general citizens and local businesses aware about the situation.

Recent IPv6 events, such as the workshop in Ghent in December, 2010 and the Digital Agenda Assembly session in June, 2011 have shown that there is much advice to share by those public authorities that already have the experience of early trials. It is important that this exchange of best practices is continued and that new ideas can be aired.

More information: Event website

Agenda
Detailed agenda of 6Deploy Meeting

General agenda is available here


Friday, 28th October 2011

09.30 - 11.00
Room 9
Status of IPv6 Deployment in European Public Authorities

Chairperson: Mr. J. Babot (EC)

The aim of this session is to inform about the pitfalls to avoid and to show that there is material and help available

 
 
Introduction from the EC

Mr. J. Babot
  Presentations related to experience of IPv6 deployment by public authorities

Germany – Mr. T. Schaa, Cassini Consulting GmbH
Poland – Mr. Bartosz Lewandowski, PSNC
Spain – Mr. J. Palet, Consulintel
  A vendor’s perspective of IPv6 deployment in the public domain

Mr. L. Bromirski - Cisco
11.00 - 11.30
Coffee break
11.30-13.00
Room 9
Bringing awareness to the general citizen and local businesses

The aim of this session is to consider what else public authorities might do in terms of bringing awareness to the general citizen and local businesses.
 
Other areas in which IPv6 is interesting for public authorities
Cloud Services in Greek Research

Infrastructures - Mr. T. Zafeiropoulos
  The Spanish training roadshow

Mr. J. Palet - Consulintel
  The new CIP project: “GEN6 - Governments enabled with IPv6”

Mr. J. Palet - Consulintel
  What the 6DEPLOY project can offer

Mr. M. Potts - Martel
13.00 - 14.00 Lunch
14.00 - 15.30
Room 9
Looking forward

Chairperson: Mr. M. Potts (Martel)
    Facilitating IPv6 Deployment Through Multi-stakeholder Engagement

Ms. M. Kuehne – RIPE-NCC
  Speaker Panel

Implication for internet governance of IPv6 (Privacy, IP fixed or dynamic, security, ENUM etc…)
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Mr. J. Babot - EC
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