Workshop on IPv6 for Enterprises on 18th August 2015 at C-DAC, Bangalore
Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the next generation Internet Protocol (IP) that intended to replace IPv4, which still powers 96% of Internet traffic worldwide as of May 2014. The address space supported by IPv4 is close to depletion, which ultimately leads to the necessity of IPv6. The Internet Protocol version 6 features large address space to support huge number of devices.
The IPv6 Workshop comprises of expert lectures and handson exercise to learn the concepts of IPv6 protocol architecture, design, addressing structure, implementation and transition issues. The workshop will help network administrators with complete IPv6 understanding, deployment requirements and issues.
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is conducting one day “Workshop on IPv6 for Enterprises” on 18th August 2015 at C-DAC, Bangalore for the benefit of Network administrators and enthusiasts.
The Workshop is for participants who have better understanding of Network stack, TCP/IP, Networking operations and working experience in network configurations (including the host and router configurations).
Who can attend?
Registration fees can be submitted through
DD in favor of "C-DAC Bangalore", payable at Bangalore along with completely filled online registration form.
DD should reach by 15th August, 2015 to the address mentioned below.
Mr. Santhosh J/Mr. Harinath G
Route Map: http://goo.gl/s5msvj
Venue: C-DAC Knowledge Park, Bangalore
Participants need to take care of their transportation and accommodation during the training period. However, assistance can be provided upon request to help participants find nearby hotel / accommodation.