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Cisco Meetup Group (IPv6 Overview)

Update: Due to the number of RSVPs, we are moving this Meetup to the Illinois Technology Association (ITA) @ 200 S. Wacker Dr., 15th floor.


Below is the agenda for the Monday June 13th Chicago Cisco Systems Meetup Group.

• Introductions
• Discuss World IPv6 Day (June 8, 2011)
• Presentation – IPv6 High Overview
• Configuration Examples
• Discuss IPv6 and when it will really be deployed
• Discuss next meeting
• Network with Cisco peers

Topic: IPv6 Overview
Location: Illinois Technology Association (ITA)
Address: 200 S. Wacker Drive Chicago, IL
Date: Monday June 13th 2011
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Directions to ITA (200 S. Wacker Dr., 15th floor) from 175 W. Jackson (West Monroe Partners Office)

1.Head West on Jackson (2.5 blocks)
2.Turn Right (North) on S. Upper Wacker Dr. (1 block)
3.200 S. Wacker Dr. is on the Southwest corner of S. Upper Wacker Dr. and Adams St.
4.Head to the 15th floor

If you have any questions or get lost, please give me a call.


Hopefully everyone can attend.


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  • Dane J.

    Good group, good presentation.

    June 14, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    The tunnel interface (our 6in4) tunnel was on a 1941 ISR G2 router, but can be done on other types of routers that support 6in4 tunnel interfaces.

    As for the VLAN100 pieces, that was on a Cisco 3560G running latest ([masked])SE1 ) code.

    The trick with L3 switches is that IPv6 was only included in ipservices images up until[masked])SE, when it was included in ipbase as well.

    Cisco's Feature Navigator is probably the best way to determine if your gear can code will support it.

    June 14, 2011

  • Patrick M.


    Thanks for a great presentation on a tough subject.
    You did a great job. BTW-for configuration purposes, what type of switch did you show?

    June 14, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    June 13, 2011

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