Archive for the ‘Podcasts’ Category

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 […]

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 […]

IPv6 Buzz 011: An IPv6 Address Planning Guide

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

In this episode, Ed Horely interviews IPv6 Buzz co-host Tom Coffeen about his favorite topic: IPv6 address planning!
Implementing IPv6 requires a different mindset from IPv4, particularly if you want to avoid unpleasant surprises, so Tom shares his insights and experience on address planning.
It also happens to be the title and subject of Tom’s O’Reilly Media […]

IPv6 Buzz 010: Understanding And Troubleshooting IPv6 With Wireshark

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

In this episode the v6 crew discusses using Wireshark, the popular open-source protocol and packet analyzer, to better understand–and troubleshoot–IPv6.
Guest Jeff Carrell joins the IPv6 Buzz team to share his Wireshark expertise and discuss why looking at actual packets can help you grasp key differences between v4 and v6.
Jeff is a Network Instructor at HPE and has […]

IPv6 Buzz 009: IPv6 And DNS With Cricket Liu

Thursday, September 20th, 2018

In this episode, Ed and Tom discuss IPv6 and DNS with Cricket Liu. Cricket is the EVP Engineering, Chief DNS Architect, and a Senior Fellow at Infoblox.
He’s also the author of numerous books, including O’Reilly Media’s DNS and BIND.
In other words, he knows just a wee bit about DNS (and IPv6, too)! You can follow Cricket on […]

IPv6 Buzz 008: Our IPv6-Only Future

Thursday, September 6th, 2018

In this episode of IPv6 Buzz, we examine how and why to make the transition from a dual-stack to an all-v6 world.
Topics discussed include:

Why individual advocacy and evangelism of IPv6 inside large companies is so important
How IoT is devouring IP addresses
The challenges of IPv6-only in the enterprise today
Why buying and using IPv4 addresses from resellers […]

IPv6 Buzz 007: Measuring And Managing IPv6

Thursday, August 23rd, 2018

In this episode of IPv6 Buzz, Scott and Tom discuss the challenges of measuring IPv6 deployments with Dr. Ciprian “Chip” Popoviciu, IPv6 expert and co-author of Deploying IPv6 Networks and Global IPv6 Strategies.
Chip is also the founder of Nephos6 and developer of ITSonar, a SaaS based, intelligent monitoring solution enabled for cloud and IPv6.
Topics discussed include:

The limitations of existing network management […]