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#1214 fixed update URL in wiki odonoghue@… joe@…
I don't think I have a account (and couldn't see how to
set one up), which I think would allow me to edit the following wiki

which points to "IETF 101 Meeting Wiki" with the URL:

which throws an error. That seems to be the scheme for the old IETF
meeting wikis through IETF 100.

That link should be to the one on

Cheers, and thanks for being awesome. best, Joe

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#1211 fixed Remote participation in NWCRG Thursday 22 March 13:30 alex@… marie@…
I want to confirm that there will be Meetecho support for our meeting so remote participation is possible. On the html agenda I see the icons so I gather it will be available? We have had late requests for participation and it has to be remote.


Marie-José (co-chair NWCRG)

Marie-José Montpetit, Ph.D.

#1207 fixed Get an IPv6 /60 or /56 for the IETF 101 Hackathon con@… evyncke@…


For the duration of the IETF-101 Hackathon, we will have 2 small routers/WifI AP which should each announce several IPv6 /64 prefixes. This is for testing interoperation with PvD.

Can we get therefore a /60 (or even a /56 if you prefer) which should have public Internet access?

Like we did 2 IETF ago, we could connect those 2 WiFI AP to an Ethernet drop in the Hackathon room and give you the MAC/Link Local Address of those 2 WiFi? AP

Thank you in advance

-éric vyncke

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