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First, the executive summary:
v6 is, in fact, flowing across the wired of the IETF61 network.
v6 is not, in fact, flowing across the wireless of the IETF61
v6 is spoken on wired ports in the terminal room thanks to a
generous contribution from the I2 community and GWU.
Now, the long-winded explanation:
During IETF 61, we chose to deploy technology for the wireless
that supports A/B/G and a number of innovative features. This
technology helps us track down and eliminate rogue AP's, virus
infected machines, and in general gives us the ability to host a
more stable wireless environment.
This technology supports IPv6 but at the time the network came
up, we did not feel that the v6 implementation was stable enough
to run, we have disabled IPv6 on the wireless networks.
The crew that put the IETF61 network together contains many of
the same individuals that created networks in San Diego, Minneapolis,
and etc. which did support IPv6 on wired and wireless. I apologize
for any inconvenience that we have caused. If v6 is absolutely required
in some area of the hotel, we would be happy to try to work out a
The NOC is located inside the terminal room.
Alcatel by day
IETF Crew by night
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