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      Cisco to host IETF 121 Dublin meeting

      • Jay DaleyIETF Executive Director

      6 Nov 2023

      I am pleased to announce that Cisco will be the Host for IETF 121 Dublin, 2-8 November 2024.

      We expect this to be a well attended meeting and I look forward to seeing many of you there. Initial meeting information is now posted and this will be updated as we get closer to the event.

      The support and commitment of Cisco and our other Global Hosts and Global Supporters ensures that IETF participants can meet and collaborate in the highly productive environment of an onsite meeting. Find out more about these and other opportunities to support the IETF.

      Thanks to Cisco for hosting IETF 121 Dublin!

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