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Speakers at RIPE NCC Educa::IPv6-only

Tore Anderson

Tore Anderson works as an infrastructure and network architect at public cloud and managed services provider Redpill Linpro in Oslo, Norway. He has worked with IPv6 since 2008, becoming one of the first in the world to deploy it on a significant website, when Norway's largest web site was dual-stacked in late 2010, and many others since then. He has also long been an active participant in the RIPE, IETF and Norwegian NOG communities, authoring several successful policy proposals and RFCs. He has a tech blog at and is @toreanderson on Twitter.

Iljitsch van Beijnum

Iljitsch got his start in the Dutch Internet Service Provider business in the 1990s. In 2000, he started his own business and then wrote two books, "BGP" (O'Reilly, 2002) and "Running IPv6" (Apress, 2005). He has also co-authored several RFCs, including NAT64/DNS64. Between 2015 and 2019, Iljitsch worked as a network architect for the Dutch Ministry of Internal Affairs where he worked on the Dutch government-wide IPv6 numbering plan. He is now back to freelance BGP and IPv6 consulting and writing a new book about BGP.

Jordi Palet Martínez

Jordi has worked in IPv6 R&D, standardisation, training, consultancy and deployment for the last 20 years. He has trained over 65.000 engineers in more than 150 countries. He has recently mainly worked on IPv6-only strategies/deployments with IPv4aaS (IPv4-as-a-Service). He is also a frequent contributor to all the RIRs' policy making processes and NOGs.

Veronika McKillop

Veronika McKillop chairs the UK IPv6 Council which she founded in 2014 to bring the technical, business, and government communities together and to progress IPv6 deployments in the UK. She considers herself an IPv6 practitioner and over the years in her roles as a Consulting Systems Engineer in Cisco and then subsequently as an IPv6 Network Architect in Microsoft CSEO (IT), she focused on the implementation of IPv6 and the operational challenges of enabling IPv6 in end-user environments. Until recently, she led the Microsoft CSEO IPv6 efforts with the long-term goal of moving all corporate network services to IPv6-only. 

Nico Schottelius

Nico Schottelius is the CEO of, who is providing the hosting. Nico is a regular speaker at IPv6 conferences and an IPv6 enthusiast. He wrote his master thesis at ETH Zurich about high speed NAT64 in hardware. When Nico is online, you can reach his notebook via IPv6 on

Benedikt Stockebrand

Benedikt Stockebrand has specialised in IPv6 and its deployment since 2003. He is the author of an early book about running IPv6, has carried out IPv6 trainings for more than ten years and is currently specialising working as a freelance consultant for deploying IPv6 in non-standard environments.

Radek Zajíc

Radek deploys IPv6 for fun, talks about the good and bad side of IPv6 deployments and IPv6-related compatibility issues. His significant achievements are the IPv6 support for the largest Czech content provider ( as well as the IPv6 support on the DSL services of the second largest Czech telco (T-Mobile CZ). As of now, Radek spends his IPv6-related time on IPv6 support in the networks of Czech regional ISPs and on IPv6 introduction to the African video-on-demand company,