[AusNOG] IPv6 Tools need testing

Narelle Clark narellec at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 13:47:03 EST 2007

Hi all
the tools developed by the ISOC-AU et al ITOL project need testing.

Some of you may recall that the Australian Chapter of the Internet
Society with friends has been running:

"an IPv6 for e-Business project for documenting, developing business
tools, raising awareness and assessing readiness for Internet Protocol
version 6, to build Australian capacity to take advantage of future
innovation, especially in the area of business-to-business supply

This project has produced more than just a cool web site at www.ipv6.org.au

The first is an ROI Evaluator:

then there is the transition checklist:

The project welcomes ISPs and other groups in the area using these
tools, especially in this validation phase.

What do people think? Do these tools make sense to you?

Do they work well?

Do the numbers and activities make sense?

Any other thoughts?

The project will be making these tools available for general use
subsequent to the project under the usual gpl type license. At this
point in time it is all on an 'as is' basis and no representations on
their effectiveness, accuracy etc for business purposes are made at
this time.

Best regards



Narelle Clark
vice-president at isoc-au.org.au

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