IPv6 service at AT&T.
AT&T has dual stack service avaialble for its enterprise ISP service (some speed/feeds/footprint issues are still being filled out). Fall 2011 AT&T is conducting internal (employee) trials for IPv6 for AT&T broadband. Expect to see IPv6 for legacy DSL EOY 2011 and on U-Verse 2Q2012. I will share our initial plans for deploying IPv6 for broadband using 6rd.
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Our IPv6 customers rely on us to support their massive bandwidth demands and device growth by implementing (IPv6-ready) switches, routers, and application delivery solutions into its geographically distributed network. By leveraging IPv6 ready infrastructure, we enable one of our customers to now operate the largest IPv6 Internet backbone in the world, measured by the number of networks connected. As of January 2011, one of our customer became the first Internet backbone worldwide to connect…Continue
Added by Keith Stewart on October 27, 2011 at 3:51pm — No Comments
In my talk at gogoNET Live!2 I will share many of the lessons learned and experiences from an enterprise deployment of IPv6 in the Department of Defense. Some of the topic areas include security, addressing plans, business case, challenges with vendor products, network management, and problems with privacy addressing.
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The purpose of my presentation is to discuss Telecom Italia’s experience in the IPv6 migration.
I’m going to talk about the drivers and the requirements that guided the design of our IPv6 network architecture, the process we have been following for the IPv4/IPv6 transition and the challenges we have been dealing with for the IPv6 deployment.
I look forward to seeing everyone there!
Added by Roberta Maglione on October 26, 2011 at 6:56am — No Comments
Abstract: This session highlights SP and Enterprise IPv6 deployment techniques in core networks for native IPv4 and MPLS core environments. Multiple tunneling and dual-stacked approaches will be briefly discussed.
Added by Salman Asadullah on October 24, 2011 at 5:22pm — No Comments
My talk will focus on IPv6 trials. Ever ask yourself how you get some v6 into your network at minimal risk?
I'll look at a few different scenarios and how the risks can be mitigated.
Added by Brandon Ross on October 24, 2011 at 12:33am — No Comments
I'm giving a talk about the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) at gogoNET LIVE!
First, I'll explain what NANOG is, and why you should get involved. (If you want a preview, see http://www.nanog.org.)
Then, I'll give an overview of some recent activities about IPv6 at NANOG, including talks and tutorials at recent conferences and discussions on our mailing list.
I'll close with some personal…Continue
Added by Steve Feldman on October 23, 2011 at 10:28pm — No Comments
Mobile and Cellular networks have some special considerations for IPv6. This is partly due to the fact that there are some extra standards and requirements from different 3G and 4G standardization bodies. There are additional complexities caused by device manufacturers, mobile OS vendors, application vendors and network providers. I'll provide an overview of these issues, with recommendations on how to ensure you are ready for IPv6.
Added by John Loughney on October 20, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments
We will briefly look at the futility and danger of staring too long at the bottom of the IPv4 address barrel.
IPv6 is not just about IP addresses, it is a gamechanger and we have take-off. The 'brokenness' issue will soon belong to the past and to conclude we will look at some IPv6 moneytrails.
Looking forward to see you all in San Jose
Added by Yves Poppe on October 18, 2011 at 12:49pm — No Comments
On Thursday, 3 November, I will give a talk on the who, how and why of IPv6 transit and peering.
I will be covering who to Peer with, who to buy Transit from and more importantly; how to set up those peering sessions - and, of course, why.
My talk will cover all the basics and also many of today's hot topics like max prefix limits, address and prefix filtering, IPv4 vs IPv6 BGP peering sessions, IPAM, and more.
I hope to see you there! Bring your questions, and hopefully…Continue
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Choosing products and services for your IPv6 network offers an opportunity to reassess your vendor portfolio for the future. The fact that a vendor and a product line perform well in an IPv4 network doesn't necessarily mean they also do in an IPv6 network. This session covers how to define your IPv6 requirements and what you should consider in choosing your vendors and products for your IPv6 network.…Continue
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