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Comment by sal7mansour on March 18, 2011 at 7:24pm
IPV6 is no more optional , We need to work altogether in order to increae people and Government  awareness to the importance of IPV6 .am working now on www.ipv6.ps , Please send your suggestions and invite your friends to join IPV6 journey .
Comment by Ahmed Abu-Abed on March 3, 2011 at 12:59am

Another suggestion is to get and post the freely available IPv6 Forum logos by going thru a simple certification process. The ipv6.ps domain can get the IPv6 WWW logo to show the website is reachable over IPv6, and you can put this logo on the website. For example, see the WWW logo on the bottom of http://www.kame.net/

 

BNET can get the IPv6 ISP logo by showing at least one remote customer is on IPv6 and v6 address being assigned from the BNET IPv6 address block.

 

Only 3 ISPs in the Middle East have such certification (one in Lebanon & 2 in Saudi Arabia) but none have combined both WWW and ISP.

 

For IPv6 Forum logo certification rules see:

http://www.ipv6forum.com/ipv6_enabled/

 

Let me know if you need any help.

Comment by Ahmed Abu-Abed on March 3, 2011 at 12:44am

This is great news, I just tried a v6 ping from my PC in Amman (using gogo6 Windows client on the Freenet6 network for getting my public v6 address) and I get round trip time of 400ms even when my gogo client tunnel server is in Montreal !

 

I suggest trying to get the BNET v6 network more visibility as the GRH on SixXS doesn't report it yet, see:

http://www.sixxs.net/tools/grh/dfp/all/?country=ps

Comment by sal7mansour on March 2, 2011 at 2:57pm

Hello ,

After MENOG 7 IPV6 training Course , CCNP Certificate and RIPE Sessions In Ramallah , Finally I finished IPV6 Deployment Process In the Company I worked IN (BNET-ISP) , so We are the First ISP in Palestine That has a full Routed IPV6 Addresses allocated to Us BY RIPE NCC . I used  IPV6 Tunneling Technique To announce The IPV6 addresses with a full Dual Stack config Inside My Network . We have 4 Stars on RIPE NCC RIPNESS records .

For Testing : During Testing Period You can test IPV6 reachability on ipv6.ps domain ...

 

Windows IPV6 Enabled Host : ping -6  ipv6.ps

Windows IPV4 : ping -4   ipv6.ps   For Dual Stack Testing

Linux Enabled Host : ping6   ipv6.ps

Linux IPV4 : ping  ipv6.ps   For Dual Stack Testing

Best Regards

Comment by Ahmed Abu-Abed on February 9, 2011 at 8:45am
$100 plus $25 shipping approximately. I recommend the TSP model as that works with existing IPv4 networks.
Comment by Issam Fayad on February 8, 2011 at 5:14am

did any one try gogo6 CPE device??

how much it is cost?

Comment by sal7mansour on January 6, 2011 at 5:03pm
Dear ,

For All The LIRs That Have an account on the https://lirportal.ripe.net , Please Check The Following Video which shows Step-by-step instructions on how RiPE NCC members can enable and use the RIPE NCC certification service using the LIR Portal  

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0C0kEYa1d8&feature=youtu.be

For Any Further Information Visit  http://ripe.net/certification


BR
Comment by Ahmed Abu-Abed on January 5, 2011 at 3:42am
Out of the 3 days of Ramallah training, only one day is reserved for IPv6.

 

You can easily cover similar training online thru this link (you will need a few hours to finish it) with a very good technical overview including voice instructions:

http://www.6deploy.eu/e-learning/english/index.php

Comment by Issam Fayad on January 3, 2011 at 11:09am

i see that session in amman will discuss more IPV6 topics rather than ramallah

discution by cool net , please check url that show core difference:

http://menog.net/workshops/ipv6

https://lirportal.ripe.net/lirportal/training/course-list.html

 

the session by menog take 5 days  but by ripe in ramallah show three courses

for 3 days.

 

Comment by Ahmed Abu-Abed on January 3, 2011 at 5:32am

[corrected link]

A very good technical summary of IPv6 and related security issues has been published by NIST (the US government standards organisation), more at

http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/nistpubs/800-119/sp800-119.pdf

 

This is like having a free text book on IPv6 which is great !

 

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