The Defense Research and Engineering Network (DREN) IPv6 knowledge base has recently moved! Its new web address is www.hpc.mil/dren/v6 During the recent reorganization of the High Performance Computing Modernization Program web site (www.hpc.mil), all articles have been redesigned. In addition about one-half of the articles have been updated or expanded.
Added by John M Baird on March 20, 2014 at 2:40pm — No Comments
Join me in my free IPv6 Essentials - Silver Cert. Prerequisite webinar class, on:
Thursday March 20 at 9:00 AM US/Pacific Time (GMT-17:00) → What time is that for me?
Wednesday March 26 at 2:00 AM US/Pacific Time (GMT-09:00) →…Continue
Added by Jeff Carrell (main gogo6 acct) on March 7, 2014 at 8:30pm — No Comments
DHCPv6 relies on stateless UDP communication using UDP 546 and UDP 547 ports. As stated in the RFC 3315this makes DHCPv6 particularly vulnerable to fake attack, in which SOLICIT messages are generated with random source prefixes.
Using DHCPv6 Rapid-Commit mode, ONLY two messages are exchanged between the client and the server to get an IPv6 prefix.…Continue
Added by A. J. NOURI on March 7, 2014 at 5:15pm — No Comments
IPv6: Build Your Own Lab - I'm presenting and demonstrating how to do it at the DFW-Cisco Users Group meeting this Wed March 5. This is all about how to get IPv6 "routed/real connectivity" via an IPv4 only connection from your ISP. http://t.co/lR1d49KxSZ
This presentation is similar to the webinar I did a few weeks here at gogo6TRAINING, and as well similar to the How to Build Your Own IPv6 Lab workshop I am doing this Thur March 6 here at…Continue
Added by Jeff Carrell (main gogo6 acct) on March 3, 2014 at 11:51am — No Comments
Join me in my free webinar class: How to Choose the best IPv6 Transition Mechanism on:
March 4 at 18:00 Central European Time (GMT+01:00) / 9:00 AM US/Pacific Time (GMT-08:00)
Added by Alvaro Vives on February 21, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Join me in my free How To Build Your Own IPv6 Lab webinar class, on:
February 20 at 9:00 AM US/Pacific Time (GMT-017:00) → What time is that for me?
Added by Jeff Carrell (main gogo6 acct) on February 19, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments
A next webinar from Gogotraining I attended recently. I surely have the prerequisites of IT Security, Advanced Networking, etc. before attending that but this is the IPv6 of all the prerequisites I learnt.
There are various IPv6 versions of the technologies that you can use for your computers, servers and other networking devices but you should take note that some of the IPv4 technologies are gone completely in IPv6.
Having IPv6 opens doors to more hosts but it can be more…Continue
This is by far the first time I attended the Webinar from GogoTraining. It may be equivalent to the MVA Jump Start where you can put in questions and comments and of course, you don't even need the GoToWebinar account to attend those Webinars.
This one lasts an hour and the training starts in two days starting today Singapore Time. I already attended this training at 2AM today and the training ended at 3AM with questions taking 30 minutes to be answered. But that's not all, there will…Continue
Added by Tan Cheng Guan on February 13, 2014 at 12:01pm — No Comments
February is Internet of Things month at gogoNET. Why? Because the Internet of Things just may be that elusive killer app we've been looking for all these years. And secondly, over 80% of gogoNET members who responded to our poll believe they will be implementing IoT during their career.
To define the state of the art in IoT networking we tapped the world's leading…Continue
Added by Bruce Sinclair on February 10, 2014 at 2:30am — No Comments
Join me in my free webinar class, IPv6 Security for Enterprise by Scott Hogg held on:
February 13 at 9:00 AM US/Pacific Time (GMT-08:00) → Click to calculate your time
February 13 at 4:00 PM US/Pacific Time (GMT-08:00) → Click to …Continue
Added by Scott Hogg on February 3, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments
If you have been dealing with BGP under IOS < 12.0, you know something about BGP synchronization.
This post is driven by three reasons…nostalgia is not one of them : )
Added by A. J. NOURI on January 31, 2014 at 5:02pm — No Comments
Join me in my free webinar class: IPv6 Essentials by Alvaro Vives on:
February 4 at 19:00 Central European Time (GMT+01:00) / 1:00 PM US/Eastern Time (GMT-05:00)
February 5 at 11:59 Central European Time (GMT+01:00) / 7:00 PM US/Eastern Time…Continue
Added by Alvaro Vives on January 31, 2014 at 5:00pm — No Comments
There have been many IPv6-related conferences, seminars, and events over the past decade. These events have aimed to educate the attendees about IPv6 and the potential of the maturing Internet protocol. This year’s gogoNET IPv6 conference shows just how far these events have come. The gogoNET LIVE! events have also…Continue
Added by Scott Hogg on January 27, 2014 at 8:20am — No Comments
By checking the status of IPV6 deployment by running a fake BitTorrent client, we can get another view on IPv6 deployment than Google or APnic: big organizations (Universities, corporations, ...) usually block BitTorrent, so, we are left with residential subscribers mainly...
Some countries (including my very own Belgium!) have then more than 50% of the BT peers able to do IPv6.…Continue
Added by Eric Vyncke on January 23, 2014 at 3:51am — No Comments
Join me Thursday January 23, 2014, in my free IPv6 Essentials webinar class.
-->> Register for my Free Webinar Class -- and get my personal IPv6 Essentials Book List
I will cover a quick history of IPv6, IPv6 address basics which include types and use in applications, IPv6 default…Continue
Added by Jeff Carrell (main gogo6 acct) on January 15, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments
6VPE is an easy solution to connect IPv6 customers through an existing stable IPv4 MPLS infrastructure.
All clients have to do is to connect to a Provider Edge (configured with IPv6 VRFs) using IPv6.
I hope this post will provide you with a brief and concise explanation about 6VPE.
Let’s start with a short animation resuming the 6VPE forwarding process…Continue
Added by A. J. NOURI on January 8, 2014 at 9:57am — No Comments
The purpose of this lab is to show the flexibility of Layer2 VPN technology AToM (Any Transport over MPLS), which allows service providers to smoothly transit the core network from legacy layer2 technologies into a single MPLS infrastructure ready for customer IPv6 transport.
Customer transition from IPv4 to dual stack is as easy as adding an IPv6 configuration to a point-to-point segment.
The lab is organized as follow:
Added by A. J. NOURI on December 19, 2013 at 7:40pm — No Comments
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 9:14am — 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 9:03pm — 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 5:30pm — No Comments