Archive for the ‘Podcasts’ Category

Teaching IPv6

Tuesday, May 7th, 2019

IPv6 Buzz 025: Teaching IPv6 With Instructor And Author Rick Graziani
The IPv6 Buzz podcast often focuses on learning IPv6. On today’s show, we turn that idea around to talk with a renowned instructor about teaching it.
Our guest is Rick Graziani, a CS/CIS instructor at Cabrillo College, adjunct faculty at University of California Santa Cruz, and a […]

Enterprise IPv6 Address Planning Revisited

Tuesday, May 7th, 2019

IPv6 Buzz 024: Enterprise IPv6 Address Planning Revisited
At a recent Packet Pushers Virtual Design Clinic, IPv6 Buzz co-host Tom Coffeen gave a technical presentation on IPv6 Address Planning.
Unfortunately, Tom ran out of time before he could get through his whole presentation. On today’s episode, Tom gets another crack at it.
Guests Ethan Banks and Drew Conry-Murray join the […]

State Task Forces Drive IPv6 Adoption

Tuesday, May 7th, 2019

Wondering how State Task Forces drive IPv6 Adoption?
State and regional IPv6 task forces are non-profit organizations that advocate for IPv6 adoption by state governments and the private sector. They also educate engineers about the protocol to help spur v6 projects.
In today’s episode Ed, Scott, and Tom chat with George Usi, the Co-Chair of the California […]

#CiscoChampion Radio, S5|Ep.18: IPv6, are we there yet?

Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by technologists for technologists. In this episode, Cisco Champion Scott Hogg discusses IPv6 with Tim Martin and Shannon McFarland and others at Cisco Live in Orlando.

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Scott Hogg (@scotthogg), Cisco Champion member, […]

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 020: Demystifying IPv6 Protocol Analysis With Denise Fishburne

Thursday, February 21st, 2019

In today’s episode we make sense of IPv6 protocol analysis with expert teacher and troubleshooter Denise Fishburne.
Denise is an 18-year veteran of the Cisco Customer Proof of Concept lab, where she’s an engineer and team lead. She’s also a Cisco solutions architect, CCIE #2639, CCDE #2009::0014, a CiscoPress technical reviewer, and is in the CiscoLive! […]

IPv6 Buzz 019: IPv6 And Broadband Internet Cable Providers

Thursday, February 7th, 2019

In the latest episode of IPv6 Buzz we examine IPv6 deployment among cable providers. We’ll discuss industry trends, dual-stack deployments, and how the cable industry is working to transition IPv4 out of the providers’ access and distribution networks.
Topics include:

The status of IPv6 deployment among cable providers
Why an IPv6-only network with IPv4 running as a service […]

IPv6 Buzz 018: Inside The IETF With Fred Baker

Thursday, January 24th, 2019

In this episode we examine the influence of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in today’s technology landscape, particularly around the Internet Protocol (IP).
Our guest Fred Baker is chair emeritus of the IETF.
As a 30-year veteran of the organization, his tenure has included authorship of more than 50 RFCs (many of them around IPv6) as well […]

IPv6 Buzz 017: The IPv6 Year In Review

Thursday, January 10th, 2019

What’s in store for IPv6 in 2019? What happened–and didn’t happen–in 2018?
Ed, Scott, and Tom analyze the pace of IPv6 growth around the world and offer forecasts for 2019. They also discuss what’s coming for enterprises regarding v6 in 2019.
Topics include:

Public cloud services and IPv6 adoption
Overall Internet traffic growth of IPv6 in 2018 (and going […]