ripe58_biggerTomorrow RIPE 58 starts in Amsterdam. These are the IPv6 hilights:

There will be  webcast available for those unable to attend

Dates: Tuesday, 5 May, 11:00-12:30

* Case Study of Native IPv6 to the User – Alexandre Cassen,
* XS4ALL Trials with Native IPv6 Over ADSL – Marco Hogewoning, XS4ALL
* IETF Update – Mark Townsley
* IPv6 Deployment Monitoring: A User-Centred Approach – Presenter TBC TNO

Dates: Tuesday, 5 May, 16:00-18:00

A. Administrative Matters

* Welcome
* Select a scribe
* Jabber Monitor
* Microphone Etiquette
* Approve Minutes from RIPE 57
* Finalise agenda

B. RIPE NCC IPv6 Update – Erik Romijn

* Diving a bit more into things outside of the RIPE NCC network itself, but also some of the measurements we have from our services.

C. Google IPv6 Update – Lorenzo Colitti
D. Report(s) About Actual v6 Traffic Volume as Compared to v4? – Input from the audience

* What’s real out there, not what’s on PowerPoint?

E. Global IPv6 Routing Table Status – Gert Doering
F. Discussion: Deaggration of /32 Prefixes – Input from the audience

* Recent discussion and input to Address Policy Working Group

G. Overview of ISOC’s Current Activity with Regard to IPv6 Deployment – Matthew Ford
H. Proposed EU IPv6 Survey – Speaker TBC , TNO
I. Developments/Initiatives Regarding IPv6 in the RIPE Region and Beyond – Input from the audience
Y. Input for the RIPE NCC Activity Plan – Input from the audience
Z. A.O.B.

Im very intresed in the Native ADSL part by XS4ALL. Lets hope they can tell us something nice!