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October General Meeting

The Internet is Full! What To Do? IPv6!

Speaker: Gustin Johnson

What is IPv6 and should you care? This will be a high level overview with some technical details of IPv6. We will highlight some of the key differences from the preceding IPv4 currently in widespread use. The presentation will be beneficial for both managers and technical implementers. There will also be a demo network on-site where you will be able to test various devices and operating systems for IPv6 compatibility.

Gustin currently works as the operations lead for a small Calgary software company that focuses on project management solutions for the oil and gas sector. He has been working for fun and for profit with networking technologies for almost two decades. He has more computers and musical instruments than is probably healthy.

Tillyard Conference Centre

715 - 5 Ave. S.W.

5:30 PM, WEDNESDAY, October 21, 2015

N.B. This is the third Wednesday of the month!

Snacks at 17:30. Meeting begins at 18:00.

Building doors are locked at 18:00, so please try to arrive early.

There is $2 parking after 16:00 across the street in the underground parkade (McDougall Centre).

Everyone is welcome. RSVP to office at CUUG if you plan to attend.