Archive for November, 2018

IPv6 Buzz 014: We Answer Listener Questions

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

We know you’ve got questions about IPv6, and on today’s episode we’ve got answers.
We’ve received a variety of listener questions since the launch of the podcast. Today we’ll tackle several on the list, including:

How and where you get a block of IPv6 addresses for testing and learning
When you should use DHCPv6 and when should you […]

IPv6 Buzz 013: Enterprise IPv6 Adoption Challenges And Solutions

Thursday, November 15th, 2018

In today’s episode of IPv6 Buzz, we dive into the challenges of IPv6 adoption in the enterprise. We discuss the challenges of understanding the full scope of v6, why to set up an internal IPv6 working group, why you need more than the networking team involved, and more.
Our guest is Silvia Hagen. In addition to […]

IPv6 Buzz 012: Why Service Providers Are Driving IPv6 Deployments

Thursday, November 1st, 2018

In this episode of IPv6 Buzz, Ed, Tom, and Scott discuss IPv6 in the service provider space with Jeff Doyle.
Jeff’s 40-plus year career in IT includes nine years with Juniper Networks, co-founding the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force, and authoring the Cisco Press classics Routing TCP/IP Volume 1 & Volume 2.
Jeff is currently the NetOps Practice Lead at Redapt, an […]