In this episode Ed, Scott, and Tom chat with Andrew Yourtchenko, a technical leader for the last 12 years at Cisco and an IPv6 innovator whose contributions include co-authoring the original Happy Eyeballs RFC (6555) as well as many other critical IPv6 RFCs.
Topic discussed include:
- What are MAP-T and MAP-E and what are they used for? What are the differences between them?
- What is the likely future of Happy Eyeballs given current rates of IPv6 adoption on the Internet?
- Andrew’s experience running the IPv6 wired and wireless network Cisco Live! events.
- What’s holding us back from getting to IPv6-only?
Thanks for listening!
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