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IPv6 Buzz

IPv6 Buzz is for network engineers and infrastructure pros adopting IPv6 or who want to learn more about the protocol. Hosts Ed Horley, Tom Coffeen, and Scott Hogg demystify IPv6’s intricacies and deliver practical insights in a conversational style that explain the how and why of implementation. They’ve literally written the books about IPv6 and routinely consult on public, private, and federal deployments. IPv6 Buzz is an essential podcast for building your knowledge, confidence, and expertise in working in this increasingly important domain.

Last Episode Date: 16 May 2024

Total Episodes: 50

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16 May 2024
IPB151: What Changed Alexandra Huides’ Mind about IPv6

Alexandra Huides didn’t like IPv6 on her first encounter with it. Today she is globally renowned for spreading the IPv6 gospel and helping AWS customers adopt it. Alexandra joins the show today to share what changed her mind about IPv6 and what she sees change the minds of...

34 min
2 May 2024
IPB150: IPv6 Basics: ICMPv6

As part of our ongoing series on IPv6 basics, today we cover the differences you should be aware of between ICMPv4 and ICMPv6. Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) is the protocol that lets you test reachability: Pings, echoes, TCP connections, etc. We explain what you n...

22 min
18 April 2024
IPB149: A Progress Report on the Federal Government’s IPv6 Migration

When you chair the IPv6 Task Force for the United States Federal Government, you get a pretty good view of IPv6 implementation across the world and in every aspect of American society. That’s why we have Rob Sears on the show today. He gives us his perspective as chair of ...

40 min
4 April 2024
IPB148: Microsoft to Expand CLAT Support in Windows 11

Today Tom, Scott, and Ed discuss the exciting announcement in IPv6 world: Microsoft is expanding its CLAT support in Windows 11. This means enterprises can be even more comfortable transitioning to a IPv6-only network: Now not only do they have DNS64 and NAT64 to translate I...

16 min
26 March 2024
Packet Protector: IPv6 Security Essentials

Welcome to a crossover episode with the Packet Protector podcast! You’re already running IPv6, even if you don’t know it yet. Your remote users are using it at their homes, your printers come with it built into the kernel, your generals are using it on their mobile phone...

53 min
21 March 2024
IPB147: The Network Engineering Advantages of IPv6

For years, Johannes Weber has heard network engineers around the world repeat the myth that IPv6 is more of a hassle than IPv4. So he made a list: “Why IPv6 is better than IPv4.” Don’t worry, solving global address exhaustion isn’t on it. In this episode, Johannes go...

38 min
7 March 2024
IPB146: The Basics of IPv6 Addressing

If you’ve been wondering about the double colons and letters you’re seeing in IPv6 addresses, this is the episode for you. Tom and Scott break down IPv6 addressing, starting with the basics of binary and taking you all the way through the etiquette of not using capital l...

29 min
22 February 2024
IPB145: Internet Reconnaissance and IPv6

Are you on the IPv6 hit list? Does your CPE device have Recommended Simple Security Capabilities? Are your ULA prefixes unique, but still manageable? Do you have a protection method structure or are you just hoping that the IPv6 space is so vast the bad guys will never find ...

22 min
8 February 2024
IPB144: AWS Adds New Charge for IPv4, Governments Push toward IPv6

A round-up of IP address news to start the new year: Eric Vyncke of the IETF has created an RFC 6724 website that is an excellent time-saving tool for figuring out source destination address selection processes. AWS announces more IPv6 features and support, and adds a new ch...

28 min
25 January 2024
IPB143: Are We Stuck With Dual-Stack Forever?

These days, most network devices can speak both IPv4 and IPv6. A dual-stack approach can smooth the transition from one protocol to the other because organizations can get comfortable with IPv6 without having to make a hard cutover. However, they may get so comfortable that ...

32 min
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