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In the latest episode of IPv6 Buzz, we tackle the first listener questions of the year (well, really left over from the end of 2021 but still good ones!). Those questions cover topics including Unique Local Addressing (ULA) and SD-WAN, NAT66, IPv6 prefix delegation, and more. The post IPv6 Buzz 092: Listener Questions – NAT66, Stable IPv6 Prefix De…
 
In this episode we discuss presentations at the recent UK IPv6 Council meeting. More importantly, we say thanks to you, our listeners, for keeping IPv6 Buzz in your IT podcast playlist this tumultuous year---as well as for all the great listener questions and feedback. We'll see you again in 0x7e6 (2022, that is) for even more adventures in the 128…
 
In this IPv6 Buzz episode, Tom and Ed chat with Mukom Tamon, AFRINIC's head of capacity building, about IPv6 Deployathon events and how Mukom and AFRINIC are helping move IPv6 deployment forward in Africa and beyond. The post IPv6 Buzz 089: An IPv6 Deployathon With AFRINIC appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
In this episode of IPv6 Buzz we chat about IPv6 addresses on host OSes: the different types, how they are formed, what they look like, how to tell them apart, and how they are used. The post IPv6 Buzz 088: Host OS IPv6 Addresses – What’s Up With That? appeared first on Packet Pushers.由Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
Merit Network is a non-profit ISP that provides network and security services for universities, K-12 schools, libraries, and other educational communities in Michigan. On today's IPv6 Buzz we speak with Lola Killey, Infrastructure and Research Support Analyst, about how Merit encouraged IPv6 adoption and what other institutions can learn from that …
 
In this IPv6 Buzz podcast episode we geek out about the IPv6 Interface Identifier (IID, i.e., the lower 64 bits of an IPv6 address reserved for interface identification). We discuss why IID is 64 bits, typical configurations, and innovative uses for it. The post IPv6 Buzz 083: The IPv6 Interface Identifier appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
In today's IPv6 Buzz podcast we discuss IPv6 allocations, which are critical to successful IPv6 adoption. Topics include allocation sizing, address planning, and differences among Regional Internet Registries (RIRs), service providers, and government agencies. The post IPv6 Buzz 082: All About Allocations appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
In today's IPv6 Buzz podcast, hosts Ed and Tom speak with Richard Campbell all about app development and IPv6, including challenges developers face with the protocol, IPv6 adoption among developers, and more. Richard is a Microsoft veteran, DevOps manager, and host of the tech podcasts RunAs Radio and .NET Rocks. The post IPv6 Buzz 081: App Develop…
 
On today's IPv6 Buzz, Ed and Scott talk about IPv6 in the management plane with network engineers Nick Buraglio and Chris Cummings, including management challenges, dual-stack vs. IPv6 only, IPv6 prefix space for lab deployments, and more. The post IPv6 Buzz 080: Working With IPv6 In The Management Plane appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz podcast, we explore IPv6 in the data center with guest Jeff Tantsura. Jeff is formerly head of Network Strategy with Juniper/Apstra, and now with Microsoft Azure. We explore IPv6 use cases in the data center, reasons for and challenges of assigning a /64 per host, leveraging IPv6 flow labels to improve data center fabric pe…
 
IPv6 isn't just for large enterprises. In today's IPv6 Buzz episode Ed, Scott, and Tom makes the case for small and medium-sized businesses embracing the protocol, and what they should consider for deployment and management. The post IPv6 Buzz 078: IPv6 For Small And Medium-Sized Businesses appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz podcast, Ed, Scott, and Tom discuss the 9th anniversary of World IPv6 Launch (and the 10th anniversary of World IPv6 Day) with Cisco alumnus and IPv6 expert (and IPv6 Buzz's first guest!) Tim Martin. The post IPv6 Buzz 077: Revisiting World IPv6 Launch With Tim Martin appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Where does IPv6 fit in to the Zero Trust model of network security? What are the considerations when deploying IPv6 on a global network with lots of firewalls? Are there caveats to using IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses (GUAs)? Today's IPv6 Buzz podcast answers these and other listener questions. The post IPv6 Buzz 076: Even More Listener Questions! a…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom chat with John Burns, a lead architect at Wells Fargo, about the relatively early adoption of IPv6 at the company. The discussion also covers adoption trends in the financial sector as a whole, along with the key challenges and opportunities of the protocol. The post IPv6 Buzz 075: Why Wells Farg…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom discuss the state of public VPN services and IPv6 with Tomislav Čohar, principal architect at, and cofounder of, the hide.me VPN service. The post IPv6 Buzz 074: IPv6 And Public VPN Services appeared first on Packet Pushers.由Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
This week's IPv6 Buzz episode features Justine Vick, network architect and engineer and Microsoft veteran whose IPv6 work dates back to the earliest inclusion of the protocol in Windows.We talk about why Microsoft supported and deployed IPv6 early, support challenges in-house and externally, how IPv6 affects software development, and more. The post…
 
Today's IPv6 Buzz guest, Doug Montgomery, is manager of Internet and scalable systems research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which has been critical in helping standardize IPv6 interoperability standards and testing. The post IPv6 Buzz 072: NIST And Testing IPv6 Interoperability appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom follow up on episode 44 and talk more about what it takes to build an IPv6 lab—both dual-stack and IPv6-only—as well as with physical hardware and in the cloud). The post IPv6 Buzz 070: Building An IPv6 Lab, Revisited appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Latin America boasts impressive growth in IPv6 adoption. In today's podcast we speak with Alejandro Acosta, Innovation and Development Engineer at Latin America's Regional Internet Registry, LACNIC, to find out how the region is achieving its deployments. The post IPv6 Buzz 069: IPv6 And LACNIC In Latin America appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode Ed, Scott, and Tom talk about the likely impacts of the latest IPv6 mandate from the federal government, which directs that 80% of each fed network be IPv6-only by 2025. Our guest is Nick Buraglio. Nick is a network architect and technical analyst with the Energy Sciences Network and has decades of experience workin…
 
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