[98all] Guestroom and Public Wireless in the Swissôtel

Jim Martin <jim@daedelus.com> Sun, 26 March 2017 16:26 UTC

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Gentlepeople,
	You should now see the “ietf-hotel” SSID in the guest rooms and public spaces (bar, etc, but not the Palm Restaurant) of the Swissôtel. It serves up the IETF network over IPv4 with our usual public address space. Unfortunately, at this time we’ve not been able to reconfigure the hotel wireless infrastructure to pass IPv6. We continue to work the problem and hope to be able to add v6 soon (probably with a late-night reconfiguration). If anyone has practical experience with reconfiguring Ruckus wireless infrastructures to pass IPv6, we’d appreciate the help!

	Just a reminder: If you have any network issues, please send email to tickets@meeting.ietf.org or come see the Helpdesk in Vevey 3 starting at 16:00 today.

	-Jim