Archive for August, 2008

MYNIC (the administrator of Malaysia’s .my domain) switched on IPv6 on their domain name servers for the first time at the weekend. Malaysia now joins the growing number of country codes whose DNS is IPv6 enabled.

MYNIC’s Lai Heng Chong, said “We have successfully migrated two of our DNS servers to IPv6″. Mr Heng Chong went on to say that their DNS changes will be submitted to IANA this week.

Erion provided MYNIC with IPv6 training and consultancy during the migration to IPv6.¬†MYNIC staff attended Erion’s Implementing IPv6 and Securing IPv6 training courses, on-site in Malaysia at MYNIC’s offices in Seri Kembang. Erion also provided on-site IPv6 consultancy on configuring IPv6 and securing MYNIC’s servers and network for IPv6.

Erion’s David Holder said, “Erion is very proud to have been a part of Malaysia’s migration to IPv6. It was a pleasure to work with the MYNIC team on this important project”.

For further information on Erion’s IPv6 services in Malaysia and elsewhere please contact David Holder on david.holder@erion.co.uk or +44(0)131 2026317 or visit Erion’s web-site at www.erion.co.uk.


Erion are running a public IPv6 training course in Washington DC, USA. The course is Erion’s flagship 4 day¬†Implementing IPv6. The date is 9th December 2008. Further information can be found on Erion’s IPv6 training site at http://www.ipv6training.com/IPv6Courses/trainingschedule.html.