North American IPv6 Technology Conference 1

This was the website created for the North American IPv6 Technology Conference 1 held in San Jose, California from September 19 - 22, 2005. The site provided information to all attendees about the conference ranging from registration, ;location, conference schedule, to hotel information, parking, etc.

I happened to attend the four day conference finding it stimulation and informative. Like a lot of the younger techies who attended I dressed quite casually raising the eyebrows of some of the more corporate oriented attendees. I have a Batman sweatshirt collection by which I decided would make as my fashion statement. On the first day of the convention I wore an understated Classic Logo Batman sweatshirt in black. In case the rooms were too air conditioned I brought a "Behind the Cape" black sweat shirt that featured the 1993 logo from the Batman the Animated Series TV Show, which aired on FOX from 1993 to 1995. In the evening I let loose with a Batman Rainy Rooftop Sublimated sweatshirt, always an attention getter at a bar. Well, you get the point. You may not believe it, but I picked up a lot of contacts at the convention which usually started with a comment about the Batman sweatshirt I was wearing, and a question about where to buy a colorful Batman sweatshirt. So thank you Batman. I met my next employers here.


The North American IPv6 Task Force(NAv6TF) is a sub-chapter of the IPv6 Forum dedicated to the advancement and propagation of IPv6 (Internet Protocol, version 6) in the North American continent. Comprised of individual members, rather than corporate sponsors, the NAv6TF mission is to provide technical leadership and innovative thought for the successful integration of IPv6 into all facets of networking and telecommunications infrastructure, present and future.

Through its continued facilitation of technical and business case white papers, IPv6-centric conferences, IPv6 test and interoperability events, IPv6 deployment readiness guides, and collaboration with IPv6 task forces from around the globe, the NAv6TF will strive to be the guiding force for IPv6 adoption and readiness in the U.S. and Canada

Since the site will not be exactly as you remember it, please be indulgent.
So for anyone who comes across, consider the information on this site for historical purposes.
Now let's take a nostalgic stroll back to 2005.


North American IPv6 Technology Conference 1
September 19 - 22, 2005

Download Presentations :
Beginning the week of the conference, exhibitors, speakers, and attendees may log in below, using the information in the Conference Agenda booklet to download the presentations. Nonparticipants can complete the free registration process to obtain a login and password.

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The NAv6TF North American IPv6 Technology Conference 1 will provide attendees four days of IPv6 technology knowledge transfer to assist participants at the summit with the planning and systems analysis for IPv6 deployment. NAv6TF networking and IPv6 subject matter experts will discuss the architectural principles, technology advantages, mobility, transition, security, porting of applications, and other topics in depth.

In addition the conference will present use cases and models for deployment using public sector, enterprise, and consumer examples to demonstrate why, what, and how to deploy IPv6 in those network environments. The conference will provide a day of IPv6 tutorials for participants, who wish to learn more about the internals of the IPv6 next generation networks Internet protocol. The summit will also provide industry expert panels to discuss various aspects of IPv6 deployment, and vendor product panels.

The conference will provide participants the opportunity to view IPv6 hands-on demonstrations of vendor products and emerging products, and participate in technology IPv6 Q&A sessions to discuss IPv6 deployment in an open forum.

Connectivity at the Conference

Wireless LAN (IPv4/IPv6) provided to all conference and exhibit areas by Connectivity Sponsors, Native6 and NTT Communications :
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Selected Participating Companies:

  • Alcatel Canada
  • BAE
  • Boeing
  • Comcast
  • Connexion by Boeing
  • California IPv6 Task Force
  • Cisco
  • Datatek Applications
  • EDO Corp.
  • FedEx
  • Firetide
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Hexago
  • Internet Systems Consortium
  • IPv6 Business Council
  • IPv6 Forum
  • L3 Communications Titan Corp.
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Lucent
  • MCI
  • Microsoft
  • Mid-Atlantic IPv6 Task Force
  • Moonv6
  • National Institute for Standards and Technology
  • Native6
  • Nokia
  • North American IPv6 Task Force
  • Northrop Grumman
  • NTT Communications
  • The Open Group
  • OPNET Technologies, Inc.
  • Oracle
  • Raytheon
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Rockwell Collins
  • Sacramento Technology Group
  • Spirent Federal Systems
  • Teleglobe
  • ProObject, Inc.
  • U.S. Government Accountability Office
  • US Marine Corps
  • Wind River


Tutorials & Project Meetings

September 19, 2005

Below is a developing schedule of this day of tutorials and meetings. If you are planning on attending, please check out the location, hotel, and parking information.



Details For Attendees


All Sessions Held in :

Ron Barrett Ballroom
Student Union, Inc.
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0201
(408) 924-6350


Official Hotel:

Hilton San Jose & Towers

300 Almaden Boulevard
San Jose, California
United States 95110


Tele: (408) 287-2100
Free: (800) 287-2100


On-line Event Discount Registration

Limited group rate ($119 per night)  availability. Reserve early!
If you chose to register by phone
Please use the reference: " IPV "


Other Nearby Hotels:

San Jose Marriot
Ramada Limited
Crowne Plaza
Fairmont Hotel



Available Parking Complexes:

On Campus | Downtown

The SJSU Campus is also easily accessible via the VTA Lightrial.

Additional Parking Information:

Parking on campus will be limited as school is in session. Attendees are advised to try the SOUTH GARAGE located on Seventh Street. Since priority is given to students, tell the parking attendant that you are attending the "IPv6 Conference" They have been notified of our event.

Parking is $8 per day in the on-campus garages. There is also a weekly parking pass for $12.75 which you can obtain at the Parking Services office attached to the SOUTH GARAGE. Simply park in the 20 minute spots by the office or the first floor of the garage, and walk in to sign up for a week pass.

There is an overflow parking lot on SJSU's South Campus, further south on 7th street, and a shuttle bus goes between there and the main campus.