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Latif Ladid
, IPv6 Forum
    Opening Session  
  08.30 John Curran, ARIN   Market Viability of IPv6 - Revisited

John Curran,
President and CEO,

  08.50 Yanick Pouffary, HP   A Holistic IT approach to IPv6

Yanick Pouffary,
Global IPv6 Development,

  09.10 Mohsen Souissi, AFNIC   The Case for IPv6: IPv4 Address Depletion Shouldn't Be the Only Argument

Mohsen Souissi,
Board Member, G6

  09.30 Alain Durand, IETF, Juniper Networks   Upside Down: IPv4 as a Legacy Service

Alain Durand
IETF Softwires Co-chair
Juniper Networks
  09.50 Mark Townsley, Cisco   Keynote Address

Mark Townsley, Cisco Fellow
  10.20 COFFEE BREAK  
International Test Events
  10.50 Phil Roberts, ISOC   From World IPv6 Day to World IPv6 Deployment - What's Next?

Describing the results of World IPv6 Day, it's longer term impacts, and what are the next steps needed in the Internet community to move forward with IPv6 deployment
Phil Roberts, Isoc
  11.20   The BoundV6 Initiative

Discussing the Boundv6 network which aims to create a permanent multi-vendor network environment connecting initially IPv6 Ready Logo approved labs and USG approved labs where the community can test IPv6 enabled applications and devices in meaningful test scenarios.

Timothy Winters, Executive Manager, UNH-IOL
  11.50   Getting IPv6 Address Space: the Easy Part of your Deployment

Presenting the current state of IPv4 depletion worldwide and the different Regional Internet Registries policies on getting IPv6 address space.

Nathalie TrenamanRIPE NCC Trainer
  12.10 LUNCH  
Are Enterprises Ready for the Transformation?
    Yanick Pouffary, HP   Chairperson

Yanick Pouffary,
Global IPv6 Development,


Todd Thorson


Irena Nikolova

Airbus Industries
Christophe Regouby


Ron Broersma, Chief Engineer of the Defense Research and Engineering Network

Heise Online

Johannes Endres, Editor in Chief, Heise Netze


Edoardo Martelli, Responsible for IPv6 Deployment

Belgian Federal Governement

Bart Hanssens

KULeuven University
Wim Vandersmissen

Continental Automotive GmbH
Mark Richter, Head of Infrastructure Network & Voice
  15.00 COFFEE BREAK  
Security & Management
  15.30 Bob Hinden, Checkpoint Software Fellow   Deploying IPv6 Securely 

IPv6 deployment has begun, largely driven by IPv4 address exhaustion. Even though IPv6 is very similar architecturally with IPv4, it has it's own security issues. The talk will review IPv6's security issues and make recommendations on how to deploy IPv6 securely.

Bob Hinden, Check Point Software Fellow
  15.50 The Layer-2 Insecurities of IPv6 and the Mitigation Techniques  
    Eric Vyncke, Cisco   Neighbor Discovery Protocol was specified without security in mind and before the IPv4 ARP/DHCP spoofing attacks existed, hence, NDP suffers from the same default of ARP. The most well-known attack against NDP is the rogue-RA (quite often caused by misconfiguration). Detailing the different attacks, the work done at the IETF at the SAVI working group and the implementation on existing switches.

Eric Vyncke, Cisco
  16.10 Designing Security During IPv6 Deployment

As the IPv6 network grows, possible attacks based on IPv6 are a concern among service providers. Operators are deploying different migration technologies in which the security aspect should be considered.  What are the guidelines for designing security features during IPv6 deployment? Perils of introducing NAT on network architecture, a look at alternative approaches. Review the approaches for multicast support during IPv4-IPv6 transition.  

Suman Choudhary, Chief Engineer of Network Product Line, Huawei
  16.30 Development of a Snort IPv6 Plugin for the Detection of Attacks on the Neighbor Discovery Protocol  
    Thomas Scheffler, Berlin University   Describing the implementation and use of a preprocessor module for the popular Open Source Intrusion Detection System Snort that detects attacks against the IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol.
The developed module is aimed at the detection of suspicious activity in local IPv6 networks and can detect misconfigured network elements, as well as malicious activities from attackers on the network.

Thomas Scheffler, Beuth Hochschule
  16.50 The Role of Network Automation in IPv6 Migration Projects

The move from IPv4 to IPv6 will need a new way of managing the IP address space and related core network services like DNS and DHCP. Discussing this evolution and explaining the role of Network Automation in IPv6 migration projects, including IP Address Management and Network Change Management.

Anton Holleman, Senior Consulting SE , Infoblox
  17.10   NAT or NOT?

IPv6 offers us the chance to ask this question. Considering the facts and myths about NAT in search for answers.

Andrew Yourtchenko,
Technical Leader,

Challenges that Enterprises Face when Introducing IPv6
Eric Vyncke, Cisco

Ron Broersma, Chief Engineer of the Defense Research and Engineering Network, DREN
Todd Thorson, Microsoft
Irena Nikolova, Google
Jacques Babot, IPv6 Team Leader, European Commission - DG INFSO
Jeff Carrell, Network Conversions
Silvia Hagen, President, Swiss IPv6 Council, CEO, Sunny Connection AG
Yanick Pouffary, Global IPv6 Development, HP
Eddie Arrage, Ixia
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