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IPv6 is here to stay

Thu Mar 29, 2012 10:24 am

Was just given this list by seniors and told to get busy, thought I'd share

Network Trailblazers: Vint Cerf on IPv6
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... cXCieD5YKE

What is IPv6
http://youtu.be/GPWKhADMqB8

Episode 94: TechWiseTV: The IPv6 Implementation Action Plan
http://youtu.be/bvyDWq6D8xk

Transitioning TelePresence to IPv6
http://youtu.be/jEKW9zbaSUg

Rogers Communications Discusses the Transition to IPv6
http://youtu.be/iM3FG5sn1QU

Addressing the Service Provider Transition to IPv6 - Part 1 of 4: The Changed Landscape
http://youtu.be/tyf3-1Xe_lU

Addressing the Service Provider Transition to IPv6 - Part 2 of 4: An Industry Framework
http://youtu.be/PtvDFUtjztA

Addressing the Service Provider Transition to IPv6 - Part 3 of 4: Carrier-Grade IPv6 Solution
http://youtu.be/VnuQyr9KcTs

IPv6 and Stateless NAT64
http://youtu.be/cX0pb7LNzu0

IPv6 Security Threats and Mitigation
http://youtu.be/7-m_Benw-1E

IPv6 and the Cisco Migration
http://youtu.be/-OTMHgfDqAQ

Gain control over IPv6 addressing with IPv6 DHCP-stateful
http://youtu.be/DMQUeRDHWWo

Cisco Carrier Grade IPv6 (CGv6) Solution: Transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6
http://youtu.be/IGtQ1bbryKo

Cisco Carrier Grade IPv6 (CGv6) Solution Helps Assure Internet's Future Amid Device Growth
http://youtu.be/8JJny9iLMLk

World IPv6 Day
http://youtu.be/g79OH9QGpeg

The World IPv6 Day Experiment!
http://youtu.be/GJnOCTYUXk8

Google IPv6 Implementer’s Conference: Vendor Roadmaps Session & Limitations Session
http://youtu.be/mXMMBrWRnvc

Google IPv6 Implementors Conference: State of the IPv6 Internet & Transition Mechanisms and Too
http://youtu.be/AmjlptEva4Y

Implementing IPv6 on a Global Scale: Experiences at Akamai
http://youtu.be/0OdYdFiByKc

How To Transition from IPv4 to IPv6
http://youtu.be/mE7InIhwuao

IPv4 Vs IPv6 Tutorial
http://youtu.be/3GWpcm5Ko_I

IPv6 Lecture 1
http://youtu.be/1e7yM-yGz7s

IPv6 Part 2
http://youtu.be/xf-Vcu_8l04

IPv6 Part 3
http://youtu.be/DKD6F1LCZyk

IPv6 Part 4
http://youtu.be/qDvjevPOB0Y

IPv6 Video Cheat Sheet: IPv6 Addressing
http://youtu.be/Mb1mc9N7d80

IPv6 Address Planning: How to Survive without NAT
http://youtu.be/DJSuLcw7zB0

Packet Tracer Tutorial: Router - IPv6 Configuration
http://youtu.be/GWTbEHaZhNM

IPv6-01 Making sense out of an IPv6 Address
http://youtu.be/rljkNMySmuM

IPv6-02 Lov'n the Link Local Address
http://youtu.be/lNev5bboMnM

IPv6-03 IPv6 Neighbor Discovery, Multicast and DAD
http://youtu.be/O1JMdjnn0ao

IPv6-04 IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration (SLAAC)
http://youtu.be/zbkBa8Zl568

IPv6-05 Stateless DHCP
http://youtu.be/tiXAZPJliVA

IPv6-06 IPv6 Dynamic Routing Protocols
http://youtu.be/Fh9TAvLg5lM

IPv6-07 Cisco IPv6 Anycast
http://youtu.be/5nC2G58qo_s

IPv6 for CCNAs - Part 1: Why IPv6
http://youtu.be/oqPnHiiS_3U

IPv6 for CCNAs Address Representation – Part 2
http://youtu.be/d_7p86ixMus

IPv6 Link-Local Addresses
http://youtu.be/Xl2J1SrJpAQ

IPv6 Link-Local Next Hop
http://youtu.be/DqhniICh3kc

IPv6 vs IPv4
http://youtu.be/SOmaNv4m3Xk

ION Toronto 2011: DNSSEC: How to deploy it, and why you should bother
http://youtu.be/Luc1PlqWzKs

IPv6, DNSSEC, RPKI, etc.: What's the Holdup and How Can We Help?
http://youtu.be/X4F0ABsoZAY

NetScanTools Pro v11 IPv6 in DNS Tools – Core
http://youtu.be/0ATmHNAESos

IPv6ScopeFinder 1.00
http://youtu.be/Z8cwPmuU2U8

NetScanTools Pro v11 IPv6 to ASN
http://youtu.be/UdtDVXvny20

What's New in NetScanTools Pro v11.20
http://youtu.be/fl8xpAuQprk

Ethical Hacking How To: Tutorial on ARP Scanning for Discovery
http://youtu.be/8uY7n0qonYk

Hurricane Electric, IPv6: No Longer Optional
http://youtu.be/FDtSE1Hd13c

The IPv6 AAAA Record
http://youtu.be/URCcDM7eqDI

The IPv6 PTR Record
http://youtu.be/rvUEZTLsrgg

Tunnelbroker.net Tour & Tunnel Creation
http://youtu.be/A1azHWSv2ok

IPv6 and various traceroute commands
http://youtu.be/N2vGuc6sO_s

IPv6 and the Ping6 command
http://youtu.be/qH491t1pPUQ

Using WHOIS for IPv6 Information
http://youtu.be/l3lT8wm5jOU

The IPv6 PTR Record
http://youtu.be/rvUEZTLsrgg
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Re: IPv6 is here to stay

Thu Mar 29, 2012 10:39 am

That is a hell of a list there, nice one :D

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Moved and sticky'ed.

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Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:28 pm

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Re: IPv6 is here to stay

Sat Mar 31, 2012 12:01 am

I don't think IPv6 is going to stay unless they make a translation from hex to decimal so that configuration will be easier.(some wacky translation code for the IOS or something like that) That's why every year for the last 10 years every dude that learned it said that tomorrow everybody will use them. And nobody uses them.
Admins want to get things done and IPv6 asks of you to have the skills of math professor to ping a damn host :) Also most admins know by heart their subnets , their vlans , their gateways. Not knowing them , even if they are well documented is a security risk in itself. If you have to research 100 pages of documentation to find where the hell is a firewall you're screwed :p

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(abbreviated) .. (*&(LJK:&*^@#:()I*WE)"(IWEPP:MDO):littlecow

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Re: IPv6 is here to stay

Sat Mar 31, 2012 5:19 am

An excellent resource and soemthing we ALL need to learn.

How about recommended reading material for IPV6, has anyone read anything and was it of benefit
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Re: IPv6 is here to stay

Sat Mar 31, 2012 10:12 am

In addition to RFC's I have read the following for reference...
DNS and BIND on IPv6 as a supplement book to DNS and BIND 5th Ed.
IPv6 for Enterprise Networks
IPv6 Essentials
Planning for IPv6
BGP Design and Implementation - There is an example towards the end of the book of what a dual-stack is and how to do it.
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Re: IPv6 is here to stay

Sat Mar 31, 2012 10:55 am

routerdork wrote:In addition to RFC's I have read the following for reference...
DNS and BIND on IPv6 as a supplement book to DNS and BIND 5th Ed.
IPv6 for Enterprise Networks
IPv6 Essentials
Planning for IPv6
BGP Design and Implementation - There is an example towards the end of the book of what a dual-stack is and how to do it.
There is also some coverage in the CCNP ROUTE OCG


I'm trying to read IPV6 essentials at the moment but finding it very hard going.
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Sun Apr 01, 2012 6:36 am

Hurricane Electric have some useful (and free) hands-on training courses. See http://www.tunnelbroker.net. They still owe me a sage T-shirt though...
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Mon Apr 02, 2012 8:04 am

deadcow wrote:I don't think IPv6 is going to stay


unfortunately those of us that work for the US government are mandated to go IPv6 this year.
so were heading full steam with ipv6 deployment to meet that mandate.
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Re: IPv6 is here to stay

Mon Apr 02, 2012 9:09 am

ristau5741 wrote:
deadcow wrote:I don't think IPv6 is going to stay


unfortunately those of us that work for the US government are mandated to go IPv6 this year.
so were heading full steam with ipv6 deployment to meet that mandate.

We have clients that fall under this as well which was why we pushed on it early last year.

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ristau5741 wrote:
deadcow wrote:I don't think IPv6 is going to stay


unfortunately those of us that work for the US government are mandated to go IPv6 this year.
so were heading full steam with ipv6 deployment to meet that mandate.


I am in the same boat. The only saving grace for me is I only need to worry about my routers, switches, and firewalls. Once I have the routing done the server team has to do all the heavy lifting.

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ristau5741 wrote:unfortunately those of us that work for the US government are mandated to go IPv6 this year.


The mandate doesn't apply to all of the "US Government", it applies to the executive branch. The OMB mandate has no jurisdiction/power over the Legislative or Judicial branches. They may choose to follow, but are not required.
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Tue Apr 03, 2012 7:58 am

javentre wrote:
ristau5741 wrote:unfortunately those of us that work for the US government are mandated to go IPv6 this year.


The mandate doesn't apply to all of the "US Government", it applies to the executive branch. The OMB mandate has no jurisdiction/power over the Legislative or Judicial branches. They may choose to follow, but are not required.


28-Sep-2010

"Federal CIO Vivek Kundra has issued a directive requiring all U.S. government agencies to upgrade their public-facing Web sites and services by Sept. 30, 2012"

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Tue Apr 03, 2012 8:15 am

Id love to get exposure to an IPv6 migration or project but with my current job (DoE) Im actually glade I dont run an outward facing network. IPv6 is a project that I dont see coming anytime soon.
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Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:17 am

that1guy15 wrote:Id love to get exposure to an IPv6 migration or project but with my current job (DoE) Im actually glade I dont run an outward facing network. IPv6 is a project that I dont see coming anytime soon.


2014 is the deadline for internal systems to run IPv6. So you will see it showing up sooner or later.

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Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:28 am

ristau5741 wrote:http://www.networkworld.com/news/2010/092810-white-house-ipv6-directive.html


It's wrong, and it's wrong in a lot of places.

This is a US Civics 201 kind of thing. The OMB is an executive branch office, it does not have authority over the Judicial or Legislative branches for these kinds of matters. They like to say it's ALL of the US Govt, because the executive branch is (guessing) 95+% of the US Government, but it's not all.

If you go look at the org chart for the OMB, you won't find the Legislative or Judicial branches in there; it's the whole separation of powers thing....
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deadcow wrote:I don't think IPv6 is going to stay

A little late for an alternative... And you can't keep natting everything.
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Wed Apr 04, 2012 1:46 pm

Reggle wrote:
deadcow wrote:I don't think IPv6 is going to stay

A little late for an alternative... And you can't keep natting everything.


he's waiting for the resurgence of IPv8
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Wed Apr 04, 2012 3:39 pm

Here in .se the govn post and telecom agency has recommended all public sector entities to have v6 reachability by 2013, starting to see customers planning for this now.
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