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1st 6NET Workshop to be held in Zagreb, May 2003
Posted by: istadmin on Sunday, April 13, 2003 - 09:34 PM
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On 21st May 2003 the 6NET project is organising a workshop on IPv6 co-located with the TERENA Networking Conference 2003. This is an open event that anyone may attend.

The workshop will discuss various aspects of IPv6 deployment and how to make the transition from legacy networks. It will focus on the current state of the technology, with particular reference to multicasting, security and mobility. In addition, it will consider the leading role that 6NET and related projects such as Euro6IX are playing in the development of the next generation of networks.
Delegates at the TERENA Networking Conference 2003 need not register separately for the event. Participants attending the workshop only, should register in advance and make reservations for accommodation if necessary. There is a fee of EUR 30 for participants that are attending the workshop only, which covers refreshments and lunch. TNC 2003 participants do not need to pay this fee since these items are included in their conference registration fee. Please note that Croatia is not currently an EU Associated State. 6NET partners wishing to claim their travel costs against the project must therefore submit a travel request in advance through the coordinating partner. For full details, see the 6NET web site.