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Promotion of phonetic wireless home LANs

Just an open discussion on pushing this new "healthy" and power friendly "greener" technology in IPv6Are gogo planning to develop this technology…Continue

Started Sep 1, 2011

NAT-PT or NAPT-PT Home wireless routers?
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Anyone know of any home wireless routers that are NAT-PT or NAPT-PT functional yet?  

Tags: router, gateway, wireless, home, napt-pt

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mikael Lind Feb 11, 2010.

 

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Phil commented on Bruce Sinclair's blog post 'When do we Turn Off the Lights on IPv4?'
"Bruce, I would say it is solely based on the age & percentage of v4 only home/user devices.  Once they disappear or almost evaporate companies & providers can start to consider switching v4 off (dependent on demographic).  From the…"
Apr 21
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gogoNET LIVE! 3 Group

gogoNET LIVE! 3 will take place on November 12-14, 2012 in San Jose California.Members can use this group to program the content of the show and to discuss ideas of how to improve the conference.  Speakers, attendees and potential attendees can use this group to connect with each other before, during and after at the show.If you might attend the conference please go to the event listing and RSVP "Might attend".See More
Apr 21
Phil commented on Bruce Sinclair's page Podcast 02: The IPv6 Show with Jeff Doyle on Carrier Grade NAT – The Dark Side of IPv6 (TISP)
"The author of the first networking bible :) nice podcast."
Dec 30, 2013
Phil replied to Bruce Sinclair's discussion 'Early Agenda Ideas' in the group gogoNET LIVE! 4 Group
"can we add present worldwide deployment of transition mechanisms & focus on consensus of the best way forward? "
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gogoNET LIVE! 4 Group

gogoNET LIVE! 4 will take place on November 12-14, 2013 in San Jose California.  The theme of the conference is:IPv6 & the Internet of Things.Members can use this group to program the content of the show and to discuss ideas of how to improve the conference.  Speakers, attendees and potential attendees can use this group to connect with each other before, during and after at the show.If you might attend the conference please go to the …See More
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Internet of Things

The IoT is based on IPv6. This group is for members who are working on making the Internet of Things the next reality.See More
Apr 30, 2013
Phil posted a blog post

The hatred of CGN

So we have two camps out there at present, even split amongst continents.  One sits firmly on the Anti-CGN concept & the other is pro.  Now with transition technologies we don't have much of a choice considering there is really not an  "industry wide" roadmap to handle IPv6 and its transition, which opens another can of worms, and thus we are fractured on our future.  I would much prefer we come to an agreement of the future as an industry and be done with it, focus our resources on that…See More
Apr 30, 2013
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Worldwide IPv6 Translation Group (4-6, 6-4)

The main problem with transition is the method of translation for large carriers. This group is created for all architects/program & project managers to discuss the options and workable solutions already in place.See More
Apr 1, 2013
Phil replied to Ali Hussain Hitawala's discussion 'Translation from IPv4 to IPv6'
"I would do a gap analysis first.  Find out what you think will work dual-stacked and what will not.  And add a predict on when you will run to of, if you ever will, IPv4 addresses & the impact this will have.  Once your gap…"
Nov 22, 2011
Phil posted a blog post

DS-lite & NAT64 Development and Implementation - next post

Making a new post to prevent too much editing.So carrying on from my previous post I am adding some items to this list and changing it slightly.I will keep this post updated and edited, extending until complete with my development on both DS-lite & NAT64. DS-lite / NAT64 Implementation Considerations========================================  1.  ScalabilityScalability is all about throughput control & service up time.  Can I with a single box service this amount of customers, how many…See More
Nov 22, 2011
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Worldwide IPv6 Translation Group (4-6, 6-4)

The main problem with transition is the method of translation for large carriers. This group is created for all architects/program & project managers to discuss the options and workable solutions already in place.See More
Sep 21, 2011
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Worldwide IPv6 Translation Group (4-6, 6-4)

The main problem with transition is the method of translation for large carriers. This group is created for all architects/program & project managers to discuss the options and workable solutions already in place.See More
Sep 20, 2011
Phil posted a discussion

Promotion of phonetic wireless home LANs

Just an open discussion on pushing this new "healthy" and power friendly "greener" technology in IPv6Are gogo planning to develop this technologyhttp://www.geeky-gadgets.com/future-light-bulbs-to-have-thier-own-ip-addresses-20-05-2011/See More
Sep 1, 2011
Olivier commented on Phil's blog post 'Transition decisions NAT64 & DS-lite'
"Phil, Could you elaborate on the source of your market share numbers. Let me quote your post "A10 holds 40% of the market share on the technologies at present with Alcatel closing up the lead."? Again, my vision of the market is very…"
Aug 4, 2011
Phil commented on Phil's blog post 'Transition decisions NAT64 & DS-lite'
"Hey Olivier, there are numerous deployments and the italian job was done by a very close friend of mine. And is more of PR deployment but still worth consideration. And public deployments are not necessarily the only ones out there I have had a…"
Aug 4, 2011
Olivier commented on Phil's blog post 'Transition decisions NAT64 & DS-lite'
"  Hello Phil,   I would be very curious to understand where you got your CGN market share information. My vision of the current market is very different.   As you are focusing your post on DS-Lite, I would be curious to get any name…"
Aug 4, 2011

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Phil's Blog

The hatred of CGN

So we have two camps out there at present, even split amongst continents.  One sits firmly on the Anti-CGN concept & the other is pro.  Now with transition technologies we don't have much of a choice considering there is really not an  "industry wide" roadmap to handle IPv6 and its transition, which opens another can of worms, and thus we are fractured on our future.  I would much prefer we come to an agreement of the future as an industry and be done with it, focus our resources on that…

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Posted on April 30, 2013 at 3:00am

DS-lite & NAT64 Development and Implementation - next post

Making a new post to prevent too much editing.

So carrying on from my previous post I am adding some items to this list and changing it slightly.

I will keep this post updated and edited, extending until complete with my development on both DS-lite & NAT64.

 

DS-lite / NAT64 Implementation Considerations

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1.  Scalability

Scalability is all about throughput control & service up…

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Posted on November 22, 2011 at 5:00am

Transition decisions NAT64 & DS-lite

A few notes on the development of IPv6 transition technologies.

 

Now I have chosen two technologies here.  DS-lite due to its forward presentation of IPv6 into your network.  Now whether a DSL ISP, Cable ISP or Enterprise you must consider pushing your network, in my view, to native IPv6 as soon as possible.   4in6, 4 tunneled in a 6 transport, moves you to this goal.  You are going to have to do so anyway, eventually, so for the bigger players it is our chance to test, vendor…

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Posted on June 27, 2011 at 7:00am — 9 Comments

IPv6/IPv4 translation requirements

So here I add my list of top level requirements for IPv6 translation.
Considering not only the transition to 6 but the left behind 4 networks and the options they need to have for functionality. I hope it helps :)…



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Posted on February 25, 2010 at 7:00am — 4 Comments

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At 10:06am on March 5, 2010, gogo6 said…
Hi Phil, thanks for writing your blogs in February. Your "IPv6 Translation carrier grade" blog had the most comments so you win the gogoCPE. It will be released in about one month. Thanks again!
At 8:14pm on February 10, 2010, Anya Julia said…
Hi Phil, welcome to gogoNET! Please consider joining the "v6 in Netherlands" group. Also, if you fill out your profile you'll make better connections. See you later... and don't forget to invite your IPv6 friends to join us.
 
 
 

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