dummptyhummpty Posted October 14, 2009 Share Posted October 14, 2009 For one of my IS classes my group and I are going to give a presentation on IPv6 and PNRP. We would also like to give a live demonstration to the class during our presentation. I wanted to see if anyone had some ideas on what we could do/how we could do this. Personally, I was thinking we could just hook our laptops up to a router (WRT54G w/ DD-WRT) and show that they have IPv6 address. I was then thinking we could use a Tunel Broker to access some IPv6 websites (ipv6.google.com). I'm not sure if our university will let us plug into their network, but we will figure that out later. Also I know very little about PNRP (going to start my research tomorrow) and I'm not sure how we could demonstrate it. Any ideas? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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