‘LIR Training Course‘ will take place on November 4, highlighting policies and procedures related to the request and distribution of interest resources, such as IP addresses, Autonomous System Numbers (ASN)… of RIPE NCC, as well as a LIR operation.
November 5 will be focused on ‘Basic IPv6 Training Course‘, which will explain the procedure for creating a deployment plan for IPv6 in your own organization, understand the differences and similarities between IPv4 and IPv6, the benefits of implementing IPv6, as well as the implications of running out of available IPv4 address space.
Finally, ‘Routing Security Training Course‘, will be held on November 6. Its goal is to understand how to make Internet routing more secure and reliable with the information available in the Routing Registry and Resource Certification (RPKI) system; set up resource certificates and use them to create route origin authorisations (ROA), among other selected issues.
All courses are addressed to Local Internet Registry (LIR) staff member in the RIPE NCC Service Region. Places are limited. You can register by completing the application form through RIPE official website.