IPv6 Network Management Tutorial #3

Date:   2-3 March 2005
Location:   University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro

This tutorial is aimed at network administrators, particularly those working in NOCs, and will provide practical training on all aspects of IPv6 deployment and management. Some of the programme will be hands-on, working through configuration examples for the most commonly-used network equipment.

Those wishing to attend should be already involved with network management and have a basic knowledge of IPv6. All sessions will be in English.

Wednesday, 2 March (10.00-18.00)
Thursday, 3 March 2005 (10.00-18.00)
The tutorial will be held at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro:

The venue can be reached from Belgrade Airport by taking the JAT shuttle bus to Slavija Square (YUN 120, approximately EUR 1.50), and then a tram. The same journey by taxi should cost around YUN 1,000 (approximately EUR 12.50), but avoid unofficial drivers soliciting for business outside the airport terminal.

Belgrade can also be reached by international trains from European cities including Vienna, Munich, Zurich, Thessalonica, Budapest and Bucharest. It is possible to check departures and arrivals online.

Participants are responsible for booking their own accommodation, but the following hotels are recommended...

Hotel Metropol (3 star), situated next to the venue.
Address: Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 69, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro
Tel: +381 11 32 30 910, Fax: +381 11 32 32 991, E-mail: hotelmetropol@sezampro.yu
Prices: Single EUR 41/58, Double EUR 63/91 (including breakfast)

Best Western Hotel 'M' (4 star)
Address: Bulevar JNA 56a, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro
Tel: +381 11 39 72 560, Fax: +381 11 30 90 401, E-mail: office@hotel-m.com
Prices: Single EUR 80, Double EUR 90 (including breakfast)

Hotel Hyatt (5 star).
Address: Milentija Popovica 5, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro
Tel: +381 11 30 11 234, Fax: +381 11 31 12 234, E-mail: belgrade.regency@hyattintl.com

Other useful information can be found on the City of Belgrade and Belgrade Tourist Organisation websites.


If you wish to attend the tutorial, please register here. There is a limit of 40 participants, and in the event of oversubscription, priority will be given to those from SEEREN countries. Please do not book travel and accommodation until you have received confirmation of your place.

Citizens of countries listed at http://www.mfa.gov.yu/Visas/f_without_visa.htm (most notably Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary and FYR Macedonia) do not require a visa to enter Serbia & Montenegro. Citizens of all other countries (most notably Albania and Romania) do require a visa, and the requirements for obtaining one can be found at http://www.mfa.gov.yu/Visas/VisasR.htm. Letters of Invitation can be obtained from 6net-tutorial@rcub.bg.ac.yu and the addresses of Serbia & Montenegro diplomatic missions can be found at http://www.mfa.gov.yu/Worldframe.htm.