6rd mechanism belongs to the same family as automatic 6to4, in which IPv6 traffic is encapsulated inside IPv4.
The key difference is that with 6rd, Service Providers use their own 6rd prefix and control the transition of their access-aggregation IPv4-only part of their networks to native IPv6. In the same time, SPs transparently provide IPv6 availability…Continue
Added by A. J. NOURI on November 29, 2013 at 11:14am — No Comments
The presentation will describe the NASA Journey thus far towards implementing IPv6. The primary focus is on the efforts towards meeting the IPv6 implementation goals that are specified in September 28, 2010 OMB memo, with a particular focus on the FY2012 mandate. Some challenges have been resolved while many others still remain. Progress to completion is slow but steady and thankfully going in the right direction.
Added by Kevin L. Jones on November 12, 2013 at 11:03pm — No Comments
Windows, Mac OS X, and BSD Unix remain vulnerable to Router
Advertisement floods. There is no good reason for this--some Linux
versions are completely unaffected by the same floods.
I will demonstrate these attacks, killing Windows Server 2012 and Mac
OS X Mountain Lion. I will discuss options available to protect
vulnerable operating systems, including firewalls, RA Guard, and…
Added by Sam Bowne on November 11, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Added by Joachim Lindborg on November 10, 2013 at 11:30pm — No Comments
"Things" have always been on the Internet. But now we are starting to connect many more "things": 50 billion by 2020, says Ericsson. What standards are available and are being finished to make this a reality? This short talk will give an overview of recent standardization work that makes IPv6 the centerpiece and the Web the architecture of the Internet of Things.
Scheduled for Thursday, 2013-11-14, 09:45 at the the gogoNET LIVE! 4 conference in Sunnyvale, CA,…Continue
Put simply, an abstract that is something like:
Some providers have made great strides in enabling IPv6 connectivity, but have chosen different paths to get there. We will discuss the approaches Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile have taken, the similarities and differences between their paths forward, the visible results thereof, and some of the client-side impacts of those decisions. Note: This discussion will focus on Android-based devices.
Added by TJ on November 8, 2013 at 8:46pm — No Comments
Since Nathan's presentation is mainly focused around multi-nationals and their approach to IPv6 address planning as well as acquisition at the NSP/ISP level, I thought I might focus in more detail on site-level planning considerations that should hopefully be relevant to both enterprise and SP networks. Here's an abstract:
The site concept in the IPv6 address architecture is a powerful new organizing principle…Continue
Added by Tom Coffeen on November 7, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
AT&T Consulting has worked with many multi-national enterprises to help guide them through strategic planning, design/implementation and deployment of IPv6. Many organizations struggle with IPv6 procurement, IPv6 addressing schemes and IPv6 addressing architectures required to support their network. IPv6 addressing can be confusing and there are different policies and philosophies that can significantly impact the direction and organization takes. This is especially true with…Continue
Added by Nathan Senini on November 5, 2013 at 8:09pm — No Comments
The IETF 6TiSCH WG is defining the convergence of Operational Technologies (OT) with Information Technologies (IT) through the binding of IPv6 related open standards with IEEE802.15.4e TSCH deterministic MAC layers. 6TiSCH aims to enable a large IPv6 multi-link subnet with industrial-grade performances of jitter, latency and reliability composed of a high speed powered backbone and a number of IEEE802.15.4e TSCH wireless mesh networks attached and synchronized by specialized Backbone…Continue
Added by Xavier Vilajosana on November 4, 2013 at 8:16pm — No Comments
Here's the working abstract for this talk:
IPv6 enables future growth of the Internet and new scenarios such as the Internet of Things. However, IPv6-capable devices typically still need to communicate with existing IPv4-only services, which is where translation comes in as a transition strategy. In this talk, Dave Thaler, chair of the IETF working group that specified the translation behavior, will give…
Added by Dave Thaler on October 30, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
I hope you are all planning on attending gogoNET LIVE 4! either physically or virtually. There is going to be a lot of sessions focused on IPv6 Security.
I am excited to be part of a panel on IPv6 Security with the experts: Eric Vyncke, Joe Klein, and Sam Bowne.
There is going to be an entire section of IPv6 Security presentations on Tuesday.…Continue
Added by Scott Hogg on October 28, 2013 at 5:38pm — No Comments
Both IPv6 and Software Defined Networking (SDN) loom large in the Future of Networking. One would therefore anticipate a natural affinity between IPv6 and SDN. And yet, the leading SDN control protocol, the OpenFlow Switch protocol, is only now coming to market on products with capabilities that can form the foundation of SDN-based solutions for IPv6 networking.…Continue
Added by Curt Beckmann on October 28, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Operational deployments of Internet of Things by vertical market segments such as Utility, oil & gas and other verticals are moving away from isolated and proprietary communication networks. Adoption of open standards based new physical and data link layers, i.e. IEEE 802.15.4g/e RF and IEEE 1901.2 PLC are associated with IPv6 protocols such as 6LoWPAN (RFC 6282) and RPL (RFC 6550 and others). However, a key requirement is to provides support for both Ethernet/IPv4 devices & legacy…Continue
Added by Patrick Grossetete on October 28, 2013 at 11:43am — No Comments
Security is often cited as a blocking point by organizations to deploy IPv6. Based on several interactions with organizations being at the verge of deploying IPV6 (or being busy deploying it!), I hesitate between two security topics for GogoNET Live. Which one would you prefer? Comments and suggestions are welcome :-)
Topic #1: Security issue with extension headers and fragmentation
Not all network devices can handle extension headers,…Continue
“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
- Albert Einstein
The slides attached are from a presentation last week at Internet Security Days in Phantasialand Bruehl, Germany. This set of slides is a rethink about network architecture, operations and security, based on new technology and practices made available in IPv6.
Added by Joe Klein on October 1, 2013 at 8:07pm — No Comments
As Internet service providers, content providers and home equipment manufacturers enable IPv6 for their products and services, it becomes increasingly critical to drive deployment through testing and lessons learned. The IPv6 Ready CE Router Logo program has recently launched, bringing a new testing opportunity for home router vendors and service providers. This conformance and interoperability test program is intended to increase user confidence by demonstrating that IPv6 is available now…Continue
Added by Marion Dillon on September 27, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
"IoT needs IP and IPv6 will drive IoT"
In my presentation will talk about the fact that the IoT (internet of Things) needs IPv6 to realize its full potential. I will also show how IP is one of the main drivers to create new fascinating services. My presentation will be practical and draw from my past experiences in using IP with IoT in the Energy sector.
Working at sust.se with large…Continue
Added by Joachim Lindborg on September 26, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Are you planning to introduce IPv6 into your network, service or app in the next 12 months? Do you have a networking background but are still a little shaky on IPv6?
If so, gogoNET LIVE is just the conference for you.
The march to IPv6 is upon us and gogoNET LIVE!’s sole purpose is to help you navigate your way to a successful IPv6 implementation.
IPv6 is the…
Added by Bruce Sinclair on September 19, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
The immense address space provided by IPv6 engenders some challenges related to the management and the distribution of these 128-bit hexadecimal addresses. SLAAC or Stateless Auto Configuration is a good solution for small networks or separated segments, but such address distribution could not be appropriate for big networks where address assignment requires more control and management. Here comes DHPCv6 or Stateful Address Auto-configuration.
In this post I will try to share with you…Continue
Added by A. J. NOURI on September 16, 2013 at 10:15am — No Comments
Whether you are an IPv6 enthusiast who managed to get your IT organization excited about the opportunities offered by the IPv6 transition or you are an IPv6 pragmatist who is, for now, focused on managing the potential risk of an unmanaged transition, it is time to take IPv6 seriously. We cannot claim to be serious about IPv6 unless we can quantify the effectiveness of our IPv6 enablement and unless we have the tools to measure the performance of our IPv6 enablement.
Added by Ciprian Popoviciu on September 4, 2013 at 9:54pm — No Comments