I am happy to report that world IPV6 day is here. I have not heard of any major problems from people in my networking industry. My web sites continue to be v6 reachable. Please let me know if you run into any problems.
It is official all the IPv4 address have been allocated. On February 3, 2011 the IANA allocated the last 5 /8 blocks of IPv4 address. With this announcement events like […]
Did you know that if you are reading this you all ready have an ipv6 address. Well not quite. Every IPV4 address can be used as an IPV6 address with […]
It is nice to be able to address web sites with the customary www. As I have been experimenting with V6 most sites have special names to reach them via […]
When I was first researching IPV6 I had a conundrum. I had placed an ASA5505 firewall as my primary internet router and firewall. I loved this device, it allowed me to run […]
My interest in V6 really got going back in 2007. I had started to investigate if I could find a service provider that could and would provide me native V6 […]
What is IPv6? At the heart of it IPv6 is pretty much the same as IPv4. IPv4 is what is primarily used on the internet today. The big difference is […]