IPv6 : Powering the next generation Internet
Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6), make its ‘test’ debut last 8 June 2011. It was hailed as the one of the most significant changes to the Internet’s addressing system since its inception, IPv6 is intended to supplement and eventually replace the IPv4 protocol most Internet services use to transact on the Internet today.
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Configuration & Installation
Learn from the community on the current best practices in IPv6 migration from IPv4.
Connect to the enterprise spectrum and learn from their use case and case studies..
Learn step-by-step configuration and back-up solutions in implementing the IPv6 migration.
Be a community expert in leading members into designing the infrastructure to make IPv6 compliancy a success .
If you are a cloud provider, you can share your current IPv6 implementation to guide the community for cloud solutions.
Learn the security best practices from different use cases being prepared and shared by the community.
Our Experts are Talking
“We’ve had a lot of internal activism going out to the various software development departments saying: If you’re building code that doesn’t support v6, you’re hurting the company.”Owen DeLong
“When you look at how many devices we would like to provision, continuing to try and buy IP[v4] addresses and propagate that model and the amount of money that it would require, it’s actually cheaper to deploy v6.”Dan Alexander
When we went out and built our under-LAN infrastructure, v6 allocations made it a lot easier for different locations and sites and we were able to properly plan long term.Andrew Dul
IPv6 deployment doesn’t just happen. You need to put someone in charge of it. You need to have somebody own that processRob Seastrom
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