Today’s episode explores the ins and outs of IPv6 address planning, with IPv6 Buzz co-host Tom Coffeen in the guest chair. Tom discusses how to get away from “IPv4 thinking” when planning your v6 transition, and shares his real-world experiences of IPv6 adoption with CDNs and service providers.
Today’s IPv6 Buzz podcast explores using the Wireshark protocol analyzer to understand and troubleshoot IPv6. Our guest is Jeff Carrell, an expert instructor in IPv6 and Wireshark.
Today’s IPv6 Buzz podcast dives into the critical relationship between IPv6 and DNS with guest Cricket Liu, author and Senior Fellow at Infoblox. We drill into DNS64 and DNSSEC, and look into DNS’s future.
In this episode of IPv6 Buzz, we examine how and why to make the transition from a dual-stack to an all-v6 world. Our guest is Veronika McKillop, network architect at Microsoft and president/chair of the UK IPv6 Council.
Listen to the latest IPv6 Buzz podcast as we discuss the challenge of measuring and managing IPv6 deployments and learn how monitoring can optimize performance. Our guest is Dr. Ciprian Popoviciu, IPv6 expert and author.
Learn why and how you test IPv6 interoperability in the latest episode of the IPv6 Buzz podcast. Our guest is Tim Winters, director of the University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Lab.
In the latest IPv6 Buzz podcast, Scott and Tom discuss the state of IPv6 in universities and higher education. Additional topics include: * How universities and higher education can benefit from IPv6 adoption * How security differs (and doesn’t) in higher education environments and how that might impact IPv6 deployment * Some IPv6 address planning…
On today’s IPv6 Buzz, we chat with Stephan Lagerholm of T-Mobile to learn about the uptake of IPv6 in mobile networks and why 464XLAT is a critical translation mechanism for mobile IPv6.
Today’s IPv6 Buzz podcast tackles the slow uptake of v6 in the enterprise, and how that might affect IoT, cloud, and network programmability strategies.
IPv6 Buzz is back with a new episode on how SDN could change how we think about the role IPv6 plays in the enterprise. Our guest is Tim Martin.
Ed Horley, Tom Coffeen, and Scott Hogg discuss the state of IPv6 adoption in 2018, reflecting on the sixth anniversary of the World IPv6 Launch.