[Madlug] Presentation: Surviving the IPocalypse

Anthony Hook anthony.hook3 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 19:11:53 CST 2010


Excellent, thank you!

On Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 7:04 PM, Christopher Wilson
<christopher.j.wilson at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a digital video camera (720p methinks). I'll bring that along on
> Saturday.
>
> On Dec 6, 2010 5:47 PM, "Douglas Whitfield"
> <whitfield at opensourceplayground.org> wrote:
>> Do you have a video camera for ua to use?
>>
>> typo disclaimer: from android handheld device.
>> On Dec 6, 2010 5:32 PM, "Kenyatta A. Madison" <nitemare89 at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> Is it possible that this will be recorded for those of us who can't
>>> make it? Seems kind of interesting.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> Kenyatta Madison
>>> Senior, Computer Engineering
>>> University of Wisconsin-Madison
>>> Rockwell Automation Scholar
>>> nitemare89 at gmail.com
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 2:41 PM, Brad Stone <brad at bizwerks.com> wrote:
>>>> Surviving the IPocalypse: IPv6, Linux, and You
>>>>
>>>> Quick, grab your smartphone, e-reader, computer and family (in that
>> order),
>>>> pack some supplies, and head for the hills! (except in Kansas, which is
>> too
>>>> flat.) The Internet as we currently know it is coming to an end!
>>>>
>>>> We're running out of host addresses! In a matter of months, not decades
>> they
>>>> will all be used up. Are you prepared for the single biggest network
>> event
>>>> since broadband?
>>>>
>>>> Say goodbye to your old friends like 209.85.225.99 and hello to
>>>> 2001:4860:b007::6a (google.com). The existing IP version 4 numbering
>> system
>>>> with 32-bit addresses is nearly exhausted. In 2013, the last one will be
>>>> gone. History! But, there is hope of rescue. It's not the cavalry, it's
>> the
>>>> Internet protocol version 6, with new-fangled 128-bit addresses, and it
>> will
>>>> impact every networked digital device, router and service you use.
>>>>
>>>> What does this all mean? How will your gear be affected? Find out!
>>>> Attend
>>>> our free, informative presentation on this timely and important topic by
>> Jim
>>>> Leinweber from the University of Wisconsin. He'll explain IPv4
>> exhaustion,
>>>> introduce the major features of IPv6, fearlessly predict the transition
>> from
>>>> IPv4 to IPv6, and demonstrate how you can do live IPv6 now - even if
>>>> your
>>>> ISP doesn't yet offer it.
>>>>
>>>> When: 1:00 PM, Saturday December 11, 2010
>>>> Where: ITT Technical Institute
>>>> Room: Theory 3
>>>> 2450 Rimrock Road
>>>> Madison, WI 53713-2914
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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