My presentation is titled: Update on the California IPv6 Task Force
The audience: Anyone interested in IPv6 who lives, works or plays in California
The agenda is:
Where does the CAv6TF fit in the bigger picture?
Who makes up the CAv6TF?
What is the purpose of the CAv6TF?
How can I get… Continue
Added by Ed Horley on October 25, 2010 at 7:00pm —
Just switched over from my Netscreen SSG5 to an SRX100 and needed to terminate my HE.NET tunnel to it. Using an ipip tunnel encapsulation with the ip-0/0/0 interface worked great (config example on he.net) but I was seeing MTU issues. I could perform pings, etc, but moving any data, loading a web page via HTTP[S], dir listing via FTP, all failed.
Turns out I didn't have this issue on my SSG5 b/c ScreenOS has an encapsulation type of ip6in4 and apparently correctly adjusted the… Continue
Added by Chris Ruff on October 24, 2010 at 11:00pm —
The equipment in the home is going to play an important role in the roll out of IPv6 and how it can be used. Home routers and modems are today mostly IPv4 only which limits the possibilities to add IPv6 even if an operator wanted to. There are exceptions and functions that can help the deployment and that is what I will cover in the presentation.
Freenet6 case study
Freenet6 is one of the longest running and largest IPv6 tunnel… Continue
Added by Mikael Lind on October 23, 2010 at 10:59am —
My presentation will be an update on the following:
- IPv6 Forum
- North American IPv6 Task Force
- California IPv6 Task Force
IPv6 Forum, Leader & Pioneer
North American IPv6 Task Force,… Continue
Added by Geof Lambert on October 22, 2010 at 12:58pm —
Title: How do I convince my boss?
This session discusses the "Business Case" from different perspectives,
all based on a broad variety of arguments that we know from our consulting experience. It will help the technical people to find new ways of convincing their boss and for the decision maker it will offer a broad perspective on different aspects of integration and how he can save money by planning early. The presentation also highlights areas… Continue
Added by Silvia Hagen on October 21, 2010 at 4:30am —
Currently IPv6 is viewed as not adding any value to existing IPv4 networks . However this is a mistaken view. IPv6 can be used to increase the security posture of existing IPv4 networks. By deploying IPv6 as an overlay to IPv4 and leveraging the integrated authentication & encryption features of IPv6, enterprises can significantly increase the security posture of existing networks. More importantly, the overlay model also enables enterprises to safely access hosted or shared services like… Continue
Added by Junaid Islam on October 19, 2010 at 2:42pm —
Effectively integrating IPv6 functionality into a product or service involves some unique considerations. In this presentation, Bill Cerveny will discuss techniques that can simplify development and testing. Topics include:
- Considerations for integrating IPv6 capabilities with product/service goals
- Suggestions for developing and testing IPv6 capabilities
- Observations from experiences in enabling IPv6 in a product/service.
Added by Bill Cerveny on October 13, 2010 at 11:57am —
Added by Joe Klein on October 12, 2010 at 2:14pm —
Migrating Software to v6… Continue
Added by Owen DeLong on October 11, 2010 at 2:30pm —
This presentation is intended for those attendees who want to deploy IPv6 on their home networks. It will cover how to set up and configure the network as a whole. We'll also touch on the advantages of moving to IPv6, as well as some of the challenges and things to look out for. Attendees should have a basic understanding of IPv6.
Added by Carl Holzhauer on October 8, 2010 at 1:54pm —
Stephan Lagerholm is a Senior DNS architect with the DNS vendor Secure64. He has successfully created a model to predict the central IANA IPv4 depletion date and analyze the “end game” in detail. His findings are published on his blog www.ipv4depletion.com. Stephan will share his findings and highlight some key dates for IPv6 readiness. … Continue
Added by Stephan Lagerholm on October 7, 2010 at 11:30pm —
This workshop is intended for engineers with basic IPv4 knowledge. It will start with a brief intro about the need for IPv6, IPv6
basics and differences with IPv4, transition technologies as well
as several transition mechanisms.
Who should attend:
Participants of this workshop are those interested in understanding how
to deploy IPv6 in different type of networks, even if native IPv6 is not
available from the ISP or upstream… Continue
Added by Jordi Palet Martinez on October 7, 2010 at 11:22am —
I am sure by now that you have heard about the U.S. Government’s new “game changing” IPv6 implementation memo. It is being hailed the new kick behind a lagging IPv6 roll-out within the Federal Government. On 28 September, US Government CIO, Vivek Kundra and the Obama Administration essentially mandated two things to all Federal… Continue
Added by Jeremy Duncan on October 6, 2010 at 11:00pm —
Large-scale performance, interoperability (and sometimes security) testing is being done on single devices for IPv6 right now. In fact, this has been going on for almost 10 years under the guise of the IPv6 Ready Logo program. However, as the everyday, run-of-the-mill enterprise is building out an IPv6 implementation, integration testing must be an absolute requirement. I will discuss the importance of… Continue
Added by Jeremy Duncan on October 6, 2010 at 10:30pm —
The US Government (USG) just released new IPv6 transition policy and guidance providing clear dates and and capabilities agencies need to meet in their journey to IPv6. With changes to federal acquisition law in place and an official product testing program managed by NIST, agencies now have the tools necessary to move forward.
My presentation will:
- Discuss the USG IPv6 transition activities to date,
- Provide a closer look at what one agency…
Added by Dale Geesey on October 6, 2010 at 9:57pm —
Title: IPv6 Hands-on Lab
Abstract: This 2 hour session is designed for network engineers interested in deploying or learning about IPv6, the next version of IP. It will provide students with an opportunity to configure basic IPv6 features on dual-stack hosts and routers, and analyze their functionality using Cisco IOS configuration, show commands and debugs. Lab exercises are designed to help students get a jump start on configuring and troubleshooting IPv6 basic features and get… Continue
Added by Harold Ritter on October 6, 2010 at 9:40am —