Author Archive for Jan Zorz

Talking NAT64Check at DKNOG in Copenhagen

Tomorrow (16 March) from 13:45 – 14:30 CET (UTC+1), at the Danish Network Operators’ Group (DKNOG) in Copenhagen, I’ll talk about our experiments on NAT64 and DNS64 in the Go6lab and also about NAT64Check. Watch live via DKNOG’s live stream page at https://dknog7.dknog.dk/main-room-webstream/. As many mobile operators are moving to IPv6-only, which is incompatible with IPv4 Read more…


March 15th, 2017 by | Posted in About Deploy360, Events, IPv6 | Tags: , , | No Comments

Liquid Telecom deploys IPv6 in Africa

We recently received good news from Liquid Telecom who have implemented native IPv6 in Kenya and Zimbabwe and are actively using it. This was the next phase after their smaller rollout in Kenya undertaken only a few weeks ago. Others talk about being IPv6 ready, but they’ve proudly gone to being truly IPv6 active. As Andrew Alston, the main architect behind this Read more…


October 4th, 2016 by | Posted in Case Studies, Deployment, IPv6 | Tags: , | No Comments

New NAT64/DNS64 implementations available for public testing in Go6lab

This summer we’ve been busy in the Go6lab updating old NAT64/DNS64 implementations and adding new ones for public testing – A10 Networks and Jool NAT64 builds – as well as enhanced the pool of testing options we initially set up in 2013. First of all – what does public NAT64/DNS64 testing mean? While some people assign a Read more…


August 23rd, 2016 by | Posted in IPv6, IPv6 testing, Testing | Tags: , , , , | No Comments

AfBCOP Workshop – a huge leap forward for the African BCOP initiative

The first dedicated AfBCOP workshop was held on 29-30 March 2016 at the PanAfric Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya, bringing together leading networking experts from commercial, academic and public sectors in order to discuss best practices. The workshop was organised and sponsorship by TESPOK, the Kenyan association of Technology Service Providers, and involved Jan Žorž, the Internet Society’s Operational Engagement Programme Read more…


April 11th, 2016 by | Posted in About Deploy360, BCOP | Tags: , | No Comments

LACNIC IPv6 Troubleshooting for Helpdesks Webinar today

LACNIC is organizing a “IPv6 Troubleshooting for Helpdesks” webinar that will take place today, 23rd March 2016 at 15.00 UYT (UTC -3) through Webex. The main theme of the webinar is how ISP helpdesks can use the RIPE-631 Best Current Operational Practice document and associated online tools to troubleshoot and fix IPv6 issues. The webinar will be lead Read more…


March 23rd, 2016 by | Posted in BCOP, IPv6, Training, Webinars | Tags: , | No Comments

Let’s Encrypt certificates for mail servers and DANE – Part 2 of 2

In the first part of our blog on testing the Let’s Encrypt certificates for mail servers and adding extra security with DANE TLSA records, we focused on how to deal with the default behaviour of the Let’s Encrypt client on Linux. This generates a new underlying key and certificate request every time we renew the Read more…


PLNOG16 in Warsaw

The 16th edition of one the biggest NOGs in the world, PLNOG is being held from 29 February to 1 March 2016 in Warsaw, Poland, and there are some suggestions that it might hit the 800 attendee mark! As previously announced, I’ll again have the great honour of providing the keynote presentation. Given the excellent technical know-how within the Polish NOG community, Read more…


February 15th, 2016 by | Posted in DANE, DNSSEC, Events, IPv6, NOG | Tags: , , , | No Comments

Norwegian Network Operators Group (NoNOG) is born

The Norwegian Internet community last week came together at the Norwegian Internet Exchange (NIX) meeting in Oslo. Whilst various topics were presented and discussed, we would like to highlight one topic particularly close to our hearts – namely the discussion about creating a Norwegian NOG group. The proponents behind this asked the community whether it felt there was a need to Read more…


February 10th, 2016 by | Posted in NOG | Tags: , | No Comments

Let’s Encrypt certificates for mail servers and DANE – Part 1 of 2

Some would think that having a trusted certificate for your services such as web and email servers is enough, but some might wish to add an extra layer of security by publishing the hash of that in the DNS through a TLSA record and signed with DNSSEC. We already enabled Let’s Encrypt certificates for various web servers in the Go6lab, but this Read more…


January 29th, 2016 by | Posted in DANE, DANE, DNSSEC, Let's Encrypt, TLS for Applications | Tags: , , | 1 Comment

Taking to the Road with IPv6 in Slovenia

In short: It’s doable and your government should support it! Over 4 years ago, the Go6 Institute started a discussion with the Slovenian government about the idea for a Slovenian IPv6 roadshow project. This would include a web portal with basic technical and deployment information about the IPv6 protocol, as well as one-day basic IPv6 workshops that Read more…


December 20th, 2015 by | Posted in Training, Tutorials | 1 Comment