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Belgian Governement Portal is IPv6-enabled!

Since today, it appears that the official portal for Belgium is IPv6-enabled: http://ipv6.belgium.be just one day after http://www.bipt.be (the Belgian telecom regulator). It seems that IPv6 has made a big step forward this week thanks to the public sector! Well done!

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How to test IPv6-readiness for the V6 World Day?

The World IPv6 day is happening on the 8th of June 2011: major web sites (including Google, Yahoo!, Bing, YouTube, Facebook, …) will enable IPv6 by default for 24 hours. Is you organization ready? You have better to check even if you run ‘officially’ only IPv4. To test the client part (when your users will […]

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SPF/FOD (Ministry) of Economy runs a colloquium about IPv6

The Belgian Federal Public Service of Economy is organizing a colloquium about ‘IPV6? Why? To stay in the race’. Invitation is open and this happens on the 1st of June. Description is available in French and Dutch.

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IPv6 Council at the ISP Association Meeting

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Meeting notes from the First Belgian IPv6 Council

First Meeting of IPv6 Council Location:UCL Campus of Woluwe-St-Lambert Date: 16 of February 2011. Welcome, Gunter Van de Velde Gunter is happy, first NL IPv6 task force was 7 people 3 years ago, we are many more for our first meeting. Our goal is to push IPv6 deployment in Belgium including IPv6 news in the […]

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IPv6 Council warns: Belgium lagging behind in move to IPv6

This Thursday the Authority in charge of all IPv4 addresses used worldwide on the Internet has allocated the last available big blocks of addresses to the regional authorities. There are no more IPv4 addresses available on a worldwide basis. Therefore it is important that all concerned parties in Belgium acts swiftly to deploy and to […]

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First meeting of IPv6 Council on 16th February 2011

Dear Belgian IPv6 Council member, The IPv4 time-clock is ticking faster and faster and we need to get ‘things moving’ in Belgium to avoid being left over. As you know, the last IPv4 /8 blocks will be allocated any time soon and at the latest in March 2011. Gunter Van de Velde and Olivier Bonaventure […]

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Multitel

Here are a few words from my co-worker (David Lamotte) & me (Vincent Seynhaeve) to present what we did and are doing at www.multitel.be in IPv6. The goal is to share our experience. We have a static tunnel thanks to SixXSs since 2008 and we’re using router advertisements in our LAN (in fact in our […]

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Werde ich Kunden verlieren, wenn ich IPv6 auf meiner Webseite aktiviere?

Was geschieht, wenn eine Webseite einen IPv6-Zugang zusätzlich zum IPv4-Zugang aktiviert? Nicht im Bereich der technischen Schritte, die nótig sind (IPv6 im Kernel konfigurieren, AAAA im DNS hinzufügen, den Log auf IPv6-Einträge überprüfen), sonder eher die Konsequenzen der IPv6-Aktivierung… Es gibt in der Tat einige Betriebssysteme/Internet-Browser, die einen IPv6-Zugang bevorzugen zum IPv4, selbst wenn die […]

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Affiliated Members

Here is the list of individuals and organizations actively support the goals and activities of the Belgian IPv6 Council (in addition of the chairmen of course) [fr] Voici la liste des individus et des organisations qui supportent activement les buts et les activités de l’IPv6 Council belge (en plus du président et co-président bien sûr): […]