Migration Considerations for IPv6
DNS: February 3rd, 2022
DHCPv6: February 17th, 2022
IPAM: March 3rd, 2022
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DNS Migration Consideration for IPv6: Feb 3rd, 2022
DNS is often an overlooked aspect of any network environment. When moving to IPv6, this is an important aspect that must be planned for and addressed.
- What are the common DNS issues encountered when migrating to IPv6?
- What changes are needed to DNS?
- How can DNS assist in the move to IPv6?
We will dive into DNS and its relationship with implementing IPv6 in your environment.
DHCPv6 migration considerations for IPv6: Feb 17, 2022
DHCP is so much more than assigning an IP address in our modern network environments. When moving to IPv6, this means we have a lot to consider and address.
- What are the common DHCP issues and considerations encountered when migrating to IPv6?
- How do we deal with the internet differences in DHCP in IPv4 versus IPv6?
- How about changes to much-used features like DHCP failover and DHCP fingerprinting?
Finally, we will look at DHCP’s value in Network Security and how it can be an important part of your network security solution.
IPAM Usage for IPv6: March 3rd, 2022
IP address Management (IPAM) is a critical tool of modern enterprise networks. IPAM not being a set Standard means there is a lot to consider when choosing an IPAM strategy and tool. IPv6 can present challenges due to its sheer scale of available IP Addresses. We will walk through features that can make this a seamless process and how tools can dramatically improve our IPAM solution’s accuracy and depth of information. We will finish up with a dive into the role our IPAM solution plays in overall enterprise security.
Robert Nagy came to the world of technology with a long history as a corporate trainer and has been providing Professional Services and Network Training since 2000. He began his Technology Career providing all aspects of Design, Architecture, and Implementation for Networking events around the country including:
* Microsoft/Global Briefing
* Microsoft/Professional Developers Conference
* Keynote Addresses of MacWorld
* Sun/Java One
Rob credits the ever-changing requirements, products demanded networking events, and his work as a volunteer on the InterOp and IETF Network teams, as having given him a deep knowledge base in a broad spectrum of networking technologies. After leaving the world of professional event networking, Robert went on to work as a Professional Services Engineer for Infoblox, followed by a role as the Senior Network Engineer for Shutterfly, and then on to working as a Principal Security Consultant for Accuvant Inc.
Robert saw the need for an independent consulting company that did not compete for hardware sales but rather focused on quality, comprehensive professional services, and technical training development and delivery. This directive lead Robert to begin DeepDive Networking in 2008.