Steering Group holds New Zealand IPv6 Hui

The New Zealand IPv6 Steering Group roadshowed a highly-successful series of IPv6 Hui (conferences) in Christchurch, Auckland and Wellington in August 2009.

The Hui tackled head-on the need to develop roadmaps for industry and corporate networks to implement IPv6 in New Zealand.

Key speakers included ‘Father of the Internet’ Vint Cerf, Tokyo University’s Hiroshi Esaki, Tony Hain from Cisco Systems, and Tony Hill and Kevin Karp from IPv6Now.

Video and audio recordings of the Wellington Hui are available at the following link:


Future Proofing Your Internet (Murray Milner, Chair)

Internet Evolution Towards IPv6 and beyond (Vint Cerf, Google)

IPv6 related activities in Japan (Hiroshi Esaki, Tokyo University)

Ministerial Address (Hon. Nathan Guy)

Tony Hain presentation IPv6 Hui (Tony Hain, Cisco Systems)

IPv6 Readiness Survey Presentation (Richard Wood, InternetNZ)

2009 New Zealand IPv6 Readiness Survey – Summary

Murray Milner – Future Proofing Your Internet (Murray Milner, Chair)

Internet Protocol version 6 – the Australian Story (Tony Hill, IPv6Now)

IPv6 case study summary – Massey University (Glen Eustace, Massey University)

Case study – Massey University (Massey University)

IPv6 case study summary – University of Auckland (Brian Carpenter, University of Auckland)

Case study – University of Auckland (University of Auckland)

Case study Kevin Karp StudentNet (Kevin Karp, IPv6Now)

Case study – FX Networks (Jamie Baddeley & Mike Plant, FX Networks)

Case study – NZRS Implementing IPv6 in the Enterprise (Jay Daley, NZRS; Andrew Ruthven, Catalyst)

Case study Microsoft (Brett Roberts, Microsoft New Zealand)

IPv6 Hui Presentation – The Roadmap (Mark Barlow, Telecom New Zealand)

IPv6 Implementation Lessons – Kevin Karp (Kevin Karp, IPv6Now)

Network Design Considerations for IPv6 – Dean Pemberton (Dean Pemberton, Prophecy Networks)

Tertiary presentation – IPv6 Hui (Andy Linton, Victoria University; Brian Carpenter, University of Auckland)

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