Archive for March, 2019

Critical Security Differences Between IPv4 And IPv6

Thursday, March 21st, 2019

When it comes to security, there are a few critical differences between IPv4 and IPv6 that organizations need to be aware of, including host addressing and extension headers.
We examine these differences, as well as other v6 security issues, with our guest Eric Vyncke, a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco and co-author of IPv6 Security(Cisco Press).
Eric is the […]

IPv6 Buzz 021: NAT Isn’t Necessary For Security: Answering Listener Questions

Thursday, March 7th, 2019

In today’s IPv6 Buzz we answer listener questions about our favorite addressing protocol, including

I thought NAT was necessary for security? Isn’t my network less secure without NAT at the edge?
I tend to disable IPv6 whenever I can. Is that bad?
How feasible is it to scan an IPv6 network to discover devices?

Thanks for listening (and keep […]

IPv6 Buzz 001: Sixth World IPv6 Launch Anniversary

Sunday, March 31st, 2019

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Welcome to the very first IPv6 Buzz podcast, devoted to truth, justice, and 128 bits of address space!
In this episode, 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.
IPv6 Internet traffic has grown considerably, but we’re still a […]

IPv6 Buzz podcast on PacketPushers

Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

IPv6 Buzz hosts Ed Horley, Scott Hogg, and Tom Coffeen talk practical IPv6, helping you form an adoption strategy. Listen to these published authors and deeply technical experts explain why and how IPv6 should be a part of your organization’s network.V6 is not just for service providers anymore!



Thursday, March 21st, 2019