Archive for December, 2018

IPv6 Buzz 016: Happy Holidays With IPv6 Haiku

Thursday, December 27th, 2018

It’s been a great first year for IPv6 Buzz. Adoption of 128-bit address space is up, and IPv4 NAT abuse is down…at least a little. It could be that IPv6 is here to stay. 😆
As 2018 waves goodbye, we’re excited about what’s next for IPv6. Thanks to everyone that tuned in this year! We’re looking […]

IPv6 Buzz 015: How ‘Happy Eyeballs’ Improves User Experience With v6

Thursday, December 13th, 2018

Today’s episode explores RFC 6555 a.k.a “Happy Eyeballs”, a modification of IPv6 protocol behavior that has driven significant overall IPv6 adoption.
Happy Eyeballs helps dual-stack clients select either the v6 or v4 address more quickly.
Happy Eyeballs aims to improve end user experience with client connections.
Our guest is Dan Wing. Dan is a security architect and a frequent IETF participant and […]