- View Sourcewe have to start work on this.
I guess all you guys are busy with Internals. So we'll
start discussion on this list starting wed.
All the best guys
- View Sourcehi!
first tell me can join two mailing lists by just
making a member with the address of the another
mailing list if such a thing can be done i think it
would be better.
as many of them donot know the importance of ipv6 and
if we write some mails as an intro it would definitely
click big time.
if you do this add firstname.lastname@example.org
--- Kalyan Varma <kalyan@...> wrote:
> we have to start work on this.
> I guess all you guys are busy with Internals. So
> start discussion on this list starting wed.
> All the best guys
> - -kalyan
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- View SourceFirst of all yahoo does not let you do this. Bu it has
a feature where in I can download the memners list from
one group and add this to the list.
If you can tell me what is this list intended for then
maybe we can forward few mails from this list.
Thanks for the feedback.
As of April 23rd 9 pm we have 14 members in the list.
lets try to push this number to 100 by the mid of next month.
On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, rakesh h k wrote:
> first tell me can join two mailing lists by just
> making a member with the address of the another
> mailing list if such a thing can be done i think it
> would be better.
> as many of them donot know the importance of ipv6 and
> if we write some mails as an intro it would definitely
> click big time.
> if you do this add email@example.com
> c u
- View Sourcehey kalyan,
good thing this IPV6 mailing list and all that but could you let
us (or rather me) know some reference material so that i could kinda catch
up on the terms which are gonna bombard me soon. (online or offline,
preferably offline, but online will do!! :-))
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- View SourceGaurav,
As I said, we are soon going to have a 2 day workshop kinda
thing in our college on IPv6. We are going to have few of the
best networking guys coming and talking about IPv6. Dont worry,
the workshop is going to cover the following.
1. Why IPV6 in India ?
2. What is IPV6 ?
3. How to implement IPV6 ?
4. Who can implement IPV6 ?
5. What is the advantage over IPV4 ?
6. How much time it require to switch over from IPV4 to IPV6 ?
7. Where one can get help about it ?
8. list of the company who are using it ?
9. Which OS is required ? ;-)
10. What are the security issue ?
You dont need to have any previous knowledge of IP.
However, I will in a day or 2 will post basics of IPV6.
After this workshop we need to start of various activities / projects
On Tue, 24 Apr 2001, Gaurav Vaz wrote:
> hey kalyan,
> good thing this IPV6 mailing list and all that but could you let
> us (or rather me) know some reference material so that i could kinda catch
> up on the terms which are gonna bombard me soon. (online or offline,
> preferably offline, but online will do!! :-))
- View SourceThere has been a major conflict about when to have the
workshop. Many people want it on a weekend , but again
lot of the people say it should be a weekday. Because of
this issue the date has not been finalised yet.
I want to hear from what people have to say in