ULA in IPv6 Enterprise Networks

Date: October 27, 2022
Time: 15:00 UTC - 16:00 UTC
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In the process of planning for an IPv6 deployment, some desire to create a design analogous to private RFC1918 deployments. In this webinar we will discuss the structural differences between technologies such as RFC1918 and unique local addressing (ULA). We will address topics such as why they aren't the same, where they make sense, where […]

6LoWPAN Trace Reading

Date: October 6, 2022
Time: 15:00 UTC - 16:00 UTC
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The 6LoWPAN adaptation layer defines compression, fragmentation and reassembly, and frame delivery mechanisms for IPv6 datagrams. As specified in RFC 4944, when an entire IPv6 datagram fits within a single IEEE Std 802.15.4 frame, then the datagram is transmitted unfragmented without adding a fragmentation header in the LoWPAN encapsulation. On the opposite hand, if the […]

IPv6/Addressing & Architecture: AWS

Date: September 22, 2022
Time: 15:00 UTC - 16:00 UTC
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In this session, we will provide an overview of how you can use IPv6 on AWS today - how to enable and migrate workloads at scale from IPv4-only to either dual-stack or IPv6-only architectures. We will cover the Amazon VPC IPv6 capabilities, how you can achieve IPv6 connectivity on AWS and hybrid network, and we’ll […]

IPv6 Extension Headers: Usage and Testing

Date: September 8, 2022
Time: 15:00 UTC - 16:00 UTC
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IPv6 Extension Headers are an important part of the IPv6 protocol.  In this session, we will learn: What are the frequently-used Extension Headers? What is the basic architecture? How are they used? What is the nature of the controversy surrounding them? We will also present the results of our testing of IPv6 Extension Headers on […]

Connections: IPv6 (Day 2)

Date: April 5, 2022
Time: 14:00 UTC - 16:30 UTC
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Connections is being held April 2-8, 2022, shortly after the IETF 113 meeting. It is a fully online event created jointly by IIESoc & INTC. The second day will include the following presentations: Introduction to IPv6 Extension Headers by Nalini ElkinsAn Update on IPv6 Fragmentation by Geoff HustonPanel Discussion on IPv6 Extension Headers with Eric Vyncke (Moderator)

Connections: IPv6; Loss of Security and Privacy; DNS (Day 1)

Date: April 4, 2022
Time: 14:00 UTC - 16:30 UTC
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Connections is being held April 2-8, 2022, shortly after the IETF 113 meeting. It is a fully online event created jointly by IIESoc & INTC. The first day will include the following keynote presentations: IPv6 -- past, present & future by Bob HindenGoing Dark -- catastrophic security and privacy losses due to loss of visibility by managed private […]

Introduction to IPv6

Date: April 16, 2020
Time: 00:00 UTC - 00:00 UTC
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This session is funded with a grant from ARIN.   It is a two-hour webinar consisting of IPv6 Fundamentals and Neighbor Discovery. IPv6 Fundamentals: To be successful in implementing and understanding IPv6 networks, you need to first understand the IPv6 address methodology which is, in many ways, a fundamental change from the IPv4 paradigm. In this […]

History of IPv6: Past, present & future

Date: May 7, 2020
Time: 00:00 UTC - 00:00 UTC
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Bob Hinden will talk about how and why IPv6 was developed in the IETF, the state of the deployment of iPv6 on the Internet, and what he thinks the future looks like. Bob Hinden is a Check Point Fellow at Check Point Software, and co-chairs the IPv6 working group in the IETF. He is the […]

IPv6 Transition  Mechanisms and DHCVPv6

Date: May 21, 2020
Time: 00:00 UTC - 00:00 UTC
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This session is funded with a grant from ARIN. It is a two-hour webinar.  Dual Stack and Transition Mechanisms  Enterprises rarely switch over from IPv4 to IPv6 in one step. Generally, companies will run dual-stack for a time, where both IPv4 and IPv6 are available on devices. This doesn't solve most of the problems IPv6 […]

IPv6 Address Planning

Date: August 6, 2020
Time: 00:00 UTC - 00:00 UTC
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This webinar will be taught by Jon Worley (ARIN) and Nalini Elkins (INTC). This is a part of the Community Grant to INTC from ARIN.Jon will start by helping you better understand IPv6 address planning, how to determine the right block size for your organization, and how to plan for growth. We will include some […]