IPv6 Buzz 012: Why Service Providers Are Driving IPv6 Deployments

Why service providers are driving IPv6 deploymentsIn 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 IT solutions company focused on systems integration and cloud adoption. You can find him at his Web site Jeff Doyle And Associates.

Topics discussed include:

  • What are the business reasons driving the rapid IPv6 adoption among US and global service providers?
  • What is Carrier-Grade NAT (CGN) – aka Large Scale NAT (LSN) and how common is it deployed among service providers?
  • How can CGN negatively impact subscribers?
  • How do service provider requirements differ from enterprise where IPv6 is concerned?
  • How to tell when IPv6 transition technologies are successful (and when they are not)

Thanks for listening!

Show Links:

Show 335: A Deep Dive Into NFV – Packet Pushers

SDN’s Potential As A Displacement Technology with Jeff Doyle & Bill Koss – Packet Pushers

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