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

https://tickets.meeting.ietf.org/wiki

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

https://www.ietf.org/registration/MeetingWiki/wiki/ietf101

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 trac.ietf.org:

https://trac.ietf.org/trac/ietf/meeting/wiki/ietf101

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#1211 fixed Remote participation in NWCRG Thursday 22 March 13:30 alex@… marie@…
Description
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.

Thanks

Marie-José (co-chair NWCRG)


Marie-José Montpetit, Ph.D.
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#1207 fixed Get an IPv6 /60 or /56 for the IETF 101 Hackathon con@… evyncke@…
Description

Hello,

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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