LACNIC Campus announces that registration is now open for its Advanced IPv6 and Testing v6 courses

LACNIC's Training Center announces that registration is now open for the first Advanced IPv6 and TestingV6 courses, which will be available through the LACNIC Campus (, an e-learning proposal by the Regional Internet Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean which has already provided basic training on IP version 6.

Both courses will be provided online and consist of modules participants will be able complete in four to six weeks, depending on the training option selected on the LACNIC Campus.

The Advanced IPv6 course will begin on November 10th; the TestingV6 course will start on November 17th.

Advanced IPv6


Testing V6

The IPv6 course has been designed for those seeking to further their knowledge of the IPv6 protocol. It is an ideal opportunity for those who completed the introductory course. The course will be taught in Spanish, will include short videos, and requires a dedication of approximately ten hours per week. The total workload for the modules is 60 hours, plus a final examination.

Classes are 100% online and tutored.

Through this course, participants will acquire the practical skills needed to configure IPv6 in various scenarios. They will also learn the general structure of an IPv6 implementation and learn about static and dynamic IPv6 routing.

After finishing the course, LACNIC will present a certificate to each participant who passes the examination. Fifty seats are available for this first edition, half of which are reserved –free of charge– for LACNIC member organizations (maximum two seats per organization). The registration fee for other participants is USD 457, which can be paid via PayPal.

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The TestingV6 course has been designed for those who need to learn how to test software products and components to check their proper operation over IPv4 and IPv6, as well as in dual-stack environments.

It is based on the Certiv6 methodology, a tool designed by LACNIC and CES (the Uruguayan Software Testing Center) which allows checking the compatibility of systems operating on IPv6 and detecting hidden issues and future risks posed by the coexistence of the two protocols.

The course has a total workload of 80 hours, with four weeks of classes and a final examination.

LACNIC members can take advantage of a 20% discount on the total cost of the course (USD 650). PayPal payments are accepted.

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  • Registration period: 3-10 November
  • Seats: 50
  • Free for Members: 25 seats
  • Course begins: 10 November
  • Course load: 60 hours
  • Duration: 6 weeks
  • Fee: 457 USD
  • Method of payment: paypal
  • Registration period: 3-17 November
  • Seats: 20
  • Member discount: 20%
  • Course begins: 17 November
  • Course load: 80 hours
  • Duration: 4 weeks
  • Fee: 650 USD
  • Method of payment : paypal