The IPv6 TechSig Wiki contains a self-maintained list of consultants and suppliers able to assist with your IPv6 design and implementation: Design Resources
The Domain Name Commission website contains a list of Authorised Registrars who can offer IPv6 Glue Records: Registrars
The following documents are recommended by the Task Force in respect of IPv6 procurement.
Tasmanian Government IPv6 Procurement and Audit Standard (PDF)
RIPE – Requirements for IPv6 in ICT Equipment
A Wiki providing technical IPv6 deployment guidance can be found at the following link: wiki.ipv6.org.nz
To join the discussion on New Zealand-related IPv6 issues subscribe to the following mailing lists:
IPv6 Task Force Surveys on Enterprise and Industry Readiness:
Here are some links to other information/sites about IPv6 that may be of interest:
- Emerging Service Provider Scenarios for IPv6 Deployment – RFC 6036
This document describes practices and plans that are emerging among Internet Service Providers for the deployment of IPv6 services.
- Consumer-related IPv6 ‘problems’ – ARIN IPv6 Wiki
A list of issues that issues that customers might encounter during the transition to IPv6.
- RIPE CPE Survey
IPv6 CPE (Consumer Premises Equipment) matrix, put together by the European Regional Internet Registry RIPE.
- Global IPv6 Deployment Survey – June 2010
Based on responses from the global RIR community during June 2010.
- New Zealand IPv6 Internet Exchange
The New Zealand IPv6 Internet Exchange (V6IX) is set of distributed Ethernet-based neutral peering points comprised of the APE6 and WIX6.
- Steps in IPv6 deployment
From the New Zealand IPv6 TechSig Wiki
- IPV6 – Getting started
A first steps guide for those considering adopting IPv6.
- New Zealand IPv6 TechSig Wiki
Maintained by members of the TechSig
- APECTel IPv6 Workshop Report.pdf
Report on the APEC Tel40 IPv6 Workshop: Facing the Internet Future
An Australian website for documenting, developing business tools, raising awareness and assessing readiness for IPv6 in Australia.
A wiki published by ARIN (the American Registry for Internet Numbers) designed to help ISPs in implementing IPv6 and migrating to an IPv6 Internet.
Website of the Internet Engineering Taskforce.
News, analysis and commentary relating to the next-generation Internet protocol and IPv6 technology.
The 6diss project aims to promote widespread adoption of IPv6 by providing IPv6 training and knowledge transfer in developing regions.
An IPv6 publications database, maintained at the University of Southampton as part of the 6DISS project.
A world-wide consortium of Internet vendors aiming to promote IPv6. Includes mailing lists, event listings, technical information, and links.
An overview of IPv6-related task forces around the world.
United States IPv6 Summit & Coalition Summit for IPv6
OECD Report (June 2008) – Economic Considerations in the Management of IPv4 and in the Deployment of IPv6.
IPv6 Resource Allocations
IPv6 Deployment Status
Globally, the IPv6 Forum runs three certification programs:
The IPv6 Ready Logo Program is a conformance and interoperability testing program intended to increase user confidence by demonstrating that IPv6 is available now and is ready to be used.
The IPv6 Enabled Program aims to encourage adoption of IPv6 on web sites by enterprises, Internet Service Providers and private users, helping them to test and check their proper IPv6 readiness and adoption.
The IPv6 Education Certification Logo Program aims to encourage and accelerate the education on IPv6 and promote thereby swifter adoption of IPv6 in the education curriculum and programs of the universities, research institutes, vendors and training specialists.