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Started Jan 14, 2013

IPv6: This Means War
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Dalton May 19, 2011.

Are you IPv6 Marketable?

Started Mar 7, 2011

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gogoNET LIVE! 5 at Silicon Valley

November 6, 2014 to November 7, 2014
gogoNET LIVE! 5 will cap onsite attendance to a maximum of 50 people – 30 attendees and 20 world class experts. Onsite attendance will sell out. Presentations will cover the full spectrum of practical IPv6 and each onsite attendee will have the opportunity to present their use-case to our experts to get feedback, advice and possibly a strategy makeover.See More
Phil commented on Bruce Sinclair's blog post 'When do we Turn Off the Lights on IPv4?'
"Bruce, I would say it is solely based on the age & percentage of v4 only home/user devices.  Once they disappear or almost evaporate companies & providers can start to consider switching v4 off (dependent on demographic).  From the…"
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Apr 1
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Free Webinar Class - How to Choose the Best IPv6 Transition Mechanism with Alvaro Vives at Online

March 4, 2014 to March 11, 2014
March 4 at 18:00 Central European Time (GMT+01:00) What time is that for me?orMarch 11 at 3:00 PM US/Pacific Time (GMT-08:00)What time is that for me?Duration: 1 hour + Q & APrice: Free  → Register for Alvaro's Free…See More
Mar 7
Myrton Smith commented on Bruce Sinclair's event 'Free Webinar Class - How to Choose the Best IPv6 Transition Mechanism with Alvaro Vives'
"I have signed up for several of these webinars with great anticipation only to find out they don't accept Linux users for some strange reason. I have been using Linux for quite sometime and IPv6 for a few years. I can't afford to pay for…"
Feb 27
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Feb 26
Bruce Sinclair updated an event

Online Workshop - How to Build Your Own IPv6 Lab with Jeff Carrell at Online

March 6, 2014 all day
March 6 at 9:00 AM US/Pacific Time (GMT-08:00) What time is that for me?Duration: 3 hoursPrice: Pay What you Want. The suggest price is $150 but take the workshop and then decide on the right price for you→ Register for Jeff's Online Workshop ←  The How To Build Your Own IPv6 Lab Workshop is a three-hour…See More
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As the CEO of gogo6 I have helped companies and governments from all over the world move their networks to v6.

gogo6 (and its predecessor Hexago) has been in the IPv6 market for over 10 years. Our primary business is to develop and sell gogoWARE products that provide interoperability between v4 and v6 networks, enabling the incremental deployment of IPv6. To help the industry migrate to v6 and to gain exposure for our company we manage this social network, gogoNET, and the Freenet6 service.

I'm here to help build a robust online v6 community. I believe that social networking is the best tool to bring together local v6 communities as well as provide everyone with an international perspective. It is also the most efficient way to share knowledge between people in different places. In the absence of past IPv6 experience or schooling, professionals need to interact with other professionals who have done it before to gain the knowledge they need to deploy IPv6.

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At 5:32pm on February 17, 2014, David Naugler said…

If I'd only known! I changed it. Now, Home Access with Device Mapping works, even on my Android. I have yet to enable Apache.

At 4:33pm on February 15, 2014, Santiago Moncada said…

Yep , thank you Bruce.

I've been teaching some Cisco IPv6 courses, and i worked as Ipv4 networker for 12 years ,hope I can contribute in some way to the community .-


Santiago .-

At 2:48pm on May 26, 2012, matias figueroa said…

thanks for the invitation, the issue of implementation and development of technologies, always caught my attention and see this opportunity that we can learn more about it, it's great. I am currently studying and working in implementation of these services where I live, is a challenge, but I like, I hope to be a contribution to this community

At 6:16pm on November 4, 2011, Peter C. Tonnesen said…
thanks for the invite. I thought that the information provided was excellant and will be passing information on to some of the other locations I works with
At 1:19pm on May 11, 2011, Tracy Verlin said…

Thanks Bruce,

Yes, I am in the middle of my Cisco class @ Kaplan University. I have been networking for over 12 years. LAN and WAN experience. Especially in the last few years. I have found some IPV6 DNS IP's for Comcast in my area. I have put them into my system. Not my router, just my main workstation. I then browsed some IPV6 only websites. I have used the tunneling stack as well.

My big deal is this. I am forced to take college courses that are IPV4. You  know the OSI, TCP/IP, and DOD models.

I have a bad feeling much of this will change and I am wasting my time. But in order to get my degree in IT, I have to take the courses.

I just would like to know if most of my knowledge is going to still apply other than the 128 bit Hex addressing scheme and the weird 00ff::00:0fe2::aef2 (the ":" taking up places where there are two to four zero's?

I am very curious. Besides all of that I am in. I have been signed in and played around for a bit. And yes, I plan to use your help in capitolizing on this. The big businesses are going to have no choice but to pay up for help getting connected. And, that is where my next venture is heading. At least I hope. WE can all work together on this and be the top notch solution(s) to get things going. And maybe make a little something.


Thanks again,


Tracy Verlin

Bruce Sinclair's Blog

Special Report on IPv6 & The Internet of Things

February is Internet of Things month at gogoNET.  Why?  Because the Internet of Things just may be that elusive killer app we've been looking for all these years.  And secondly, over 80% of gogoNET members who responded to our poll believe they will be implementing IoT during their career.

To define the state of the art in IoT networking we tapped the world's leading…


Posted on February 10, 2014 at 2:30am

Top 6 Reasons to Attend gogoNET LIVE! 4

Are you planning to introduce IPv6 into your network, service or app in the next 12 months?  Do you have a networking background but are still a little shaky on IPv6?

If so, gogoNET LIVE is just the conference for you.

The march to IPv6 is upon us and gogoNET LIVE!’s sole purpose is to help you navigate your way to a successful IPv6 implementation.

IPv6 is the…


Posted on September 19, 2013 at 6:30pm — 1 Comment

The IPv6 Wave is Moving... Just not as Expected

I loved my v6 wave diagram. It made perfect analytic sense to me; anyone could see this is how the market would adopt IPv6. The crest of the wave starts over the Investigation phase of IPv6 and then over time flows over Research, Trial and then Deployment - the sequential stages of IPv6 adoption. I held tightly to this diagram for as long as I could but Serge hated it. As we were walking out of our third pitch meeting of the day on Sand Hill Road he turned toward me and ordered…


Posted on August 28, 2013 at 4:50pm — 1 Comment

When do we Turn Off the Lights on IPv4?

We put this question to the gogoNET community and the answer may surprise…

Posted on July 19, 2013 at 12:04pm — 3 Comments

Less Talk and More Walk



Posted on June 5, 2013 at 10:10am



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