About this Blog

This is a blog site having contents about, but not limited to, IPv6 and related recent and upcoming technologies. The purpose is to exchange knowledge about IPv6 and related technologies among the users of the community. This site is reachable using both IPv6 and IPv4 (of course IPv6 will get priority while establishing the connection), a big thanks to CloudFlare. The contents of this site are delivered securely over SSL as you may have seen the ‘HTTPS’ locked sign at the left side of the address bar of your browser. The emails that are exchanged with this domain are encrypted with SSL/TLS service. The  website/domain is not DNSSEC enabled because the registrar of this domain does not support it yet, hope they’ll do it soon. The site is built on WordPress with couple of plugins.

About the Maintainer

My full name is Md. Abdul Awal, just ‘Awal’ is better (try to pronounce as ‘AU-AL‘), and I maintain this blog. I’m a network professional and I have large scale IPv6 deployment experience in transit provider network, R&E networks and campus networks. My areas of interest include Routing and Switching, MPLS, BGP, IPv6, Network Infrastructure Security and Internet Governance. I’m volunteering as a delegate and EC member of Internet Society Bangladesh. I’m also actively involved with bdNOG. I’m an MSG member of APrIGF. I often volunteer to host events that aims to raise internet awareness and technical knowledge development among the youngsters and students.

Planning to deploy IPv6?

If you like to deploy IPv6 in your network and need any sort of assistance, I’d be more that happy to help. I also conduct regular workshops and training programs on IPv6. If you’re planning to host any event related to IPv6 deployment, I would be very delighted to speak at your event if it suits my areas of expertise.


Comments, corrections, criticism and advises to improve the website and/or its contents are always appreciated, please reach through [email protected].