Yes, of course. The purpose of the Challenge is for participants to demonstrate how much they have increased IPv6 deployment in their networks during a specific period of time, regardless of their earlier work.
Organizations from countries included in the LACNIC service region: https://www.lacnic.net/1004/2/lacnic/about-lacnic
Yes, no problem at all. Even better if you decide to apply for resources and become a member.
Yes, of course. Any organization can participate, with or without IPv6. Join us for the IPv6 Challenge!
Yes, you can! The Challenge will allow you to learn.
The IPv6 Challenge Committee will not ask you to provide confidential information about your network. Any information we receive will be treated with complete privacy and will never be made public.
Yes, no problem at all. Part of the goal of the Challenge is for participants to enable and document the expansion of their use of IPv6.
You can participate. However, the Committee will give preference to practical implementations.
You can participate. However, the idea is to demonstrate how much progress you have achieved in your network in terms of IPv6 during the period of the Challenge. To participate, we suggest expanding your network.
The Committee uses a scoring system. Each member of the Committee assesses each submission according to criteria such as:
- A) Number of new services and servers with IPv6 support.
- B) Quality of the reports presented to the evaluation committee.
- C) Number of people that benefit from the IPv6 deployment.
- D) Other variables that may lead an IPv6 deployment and/or advance to be perceived as significant.