It’s a fact: Pv6 deployments are on the raise. We are close to the end of 2011 and this year was really some kind of a kick-off year to deploy the new protocol or to make live tests. I won’t come back on all the new features implemented in the
Use the Ports, Luke!
Last week, I went to London to attend the RSA Conference Europe (my wrap up is here). One of the sessions I followed was presented by Eric Vyncke about “forensics in a post IPv4 exhaustion“. You should live on another planet if you’re not aware of the coming IPv4 exhaustion.
We Survived the World IPv6 Day!
… and the first World IPv6 Day! This first major event to promote the versionÂ six of the IP protocol looks to be a success for most of companies. For most users, it was completely transparent as network administrators prepared all the required stuff on the background. Maybe you were
Ready for the World IPv6 Day?
Next Wednesday will be the 1st World IPv6 Day! Are you ready? What are you plans? Unfortunately, I’ll be visiting a customer but I’ll try to grab some popcorn, coke and to keep an eye on the Internet. The goal is simple: Make a maximum of web sites and online
IPv6 Backdoor for the Best and Worst!
I’d like to come back to an issue I faced yesterday with one my servers. I think that this story could be a good example as part of an IPv6 awareness program… One of my servers in my home lab runs several virtual machines. This server is reachable from outside
Why is the World IPv6 Day Important?
The World IPv6 Day is scheduled on 8th of June. During 24 hours, big players on the Internet will make their content available via IPv6. Popular websites, like Google, Facebook and many more, will be available via IPv4 or IPv6 depending on your network configuration. This blog is already available
Carrier Grade NAT VS IPv6
Yesterday I went to a cocktail organized by ISPA, the Belgian Internet Service Providers Association. I worked several years for ISP’s and I trying to keep in touch with them to gather interesting information about market trends. The topic of the event was “IPv6” (what a surprise!). Eric Vyncke, CTO