Deployment of IPv6 in a Campus Network

Venue: Information Technology Center, University of Peradeniya
Duration: 2 days
Class size: 60
Target group: network administrators/engineers from LEARN member institutions (one who deals with the campus network)
Program Level: Intermediate/Advance
Course fee: free of charge (one nights accommodation sharing basis, refreshment, lunch, dinner and break-first will be provided)
Date: 22nd and 23rd May 2017
Note: Participant are requested to bring a laptop (4GB RAM, 25GB free disk space) with VirtualBox or any other suitable hypervisor installed
Application closing: closed

Workshop Goals

We started talking about IPv6 long ago, we have been talking years and we have participated in many IPv6 training/workshops and related events. Thus everybody know what IPv6 is, it uses, how does it work and how to implement it, but have you deployed IPv6 in your campus network?. Can your end users access services over IPv6?. If you haven't done it why?

In this workshop, lets get answers to above. Quickly then review basic of IPv6, its implementation details needed to deploy in a campus network and do hands on a virtual campus network (visualized based on Cisco devices).


  • Workshop Agenda
  • Instructors:
    • Senevi Herath, Network / System Manager, LEARN
    • Thilina Pathirana, Assistance Network Manager, University of Keleniya
    • Dilum Samarasinghe, Network Engineer, LEARN
  • Organizing Team:
    • Rajeewa Abeygunarathna, Operations Manager, LEARN
    • Dinesh Gunawardana, LEARN
    • Viraji Kaushalya, LEARN
  • Participants:
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