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IPv4 Transfer Market Status

Our Deploy360 colleague Aftab Siddiqui chaired a panel discussion about the IPv4 transfer market during APRICOT 2017. The idea was to get the perspective of the IPv4 consumers (buyers), brokers, Regional Internet Registries, and the transfer market facilitators. The growth of the Internet combined with shortages of new IPv4 address, means the market in trading Read more…


Final report on TCP/IP migration in 1983

Sometimes you need to go back to the past to learn lessons for the future, and with much current discussion revolving around the transition from IPv4 to IPv6, we should perhaps reflect that we’ve been here before when the Internet transitioned from NCP to the TCP/IP protocols. That’s why it was great to have a presentation Read more…


September 15th, 2016 by | Posted in About Deploy360, Information, IPv6, NOG | No Comments

BSkyB and British Telecom (BT) announce IPv6 support in 2015

The IPv6 Future Enabler Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland brought us some very interesting content including a few public statements about future IPv6 support. The meeting was opened by Latif Ladid who provided a brief history of IPv6, how it was standardized and who were the important figures. Alain Fiocco from Cisco talked about their measurements on Read more…


November 24th, 2014 by | Posted in Events, Information, IPv6, Talks | Tags: , | No Comments

NETNOD Autumn 2014 Meeting In Stockholm – IPv6 Presentations

This year NETNOD Autumn meeting happened on 1st and 2nd October at Piperska Muren in Stockholm and brought together many excellent experts from the Internet community. I was invited to speak about two documents that are aimed at helping to remove some IPv6 deployment speed-bumps: RIPE-554 and “IPv6 troubleshooting for help desks“. Compressing so much information about Read more…


October 27th, 2014 by | Posted in Information, IPv6, Talks | Tags: , , | No Comments

IPv6 for the End User

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So much IPv6 talk is centered around operators and their configurations. With this post we’re going to focus on end user IPv6 configuration. We recently completed three resource pages dedicated to helping end users configure their desktop operating systems for IPv6. The resources aim to help users of Apple’s Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows and Read more…


June 30th, 2014 by | Posted in Information, IPv6, Tutorials | No Comments

How To Make Your Website Available Over IPv6

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Do you run a website and want to make it available via IPv6? This post will help you make that happen. The best place to start would be our article “Making Content Available Over IPv6”  for a general overview of the different IPv6 deployment solutions and pitfalls. Specifically, you’ll want to determine if you need to Read more…


June 6th, 2014 by | Posted in Information, IPv6 | No Comments

Skype On Android Works Over IPv6 On Mobile Networks Using 464XLAT

Mobile operators are running out of excuses why they can’t roll out IPv6 for their users and phones! The deployment of IPv6 in mobile networks has been possible for a long time now. Slovenian operators Mobitel and Tušmobil implemented it as a test in 2010 and Simobil did it a year later, but none of Read more…


November 19th, 2013 by | Posted in Information, IPv6 testing | Tags: , , , , | 6 Comments

Free IPv6 Webinar June 12 On IPv6-only Datacenters (by Ivan Pepelnjak and Tore Anderson)

IPv6-only datacenters

Could you run your data center on only  IPv6? What would you need to do to interact with the IPv4 side of the Internet?  How could you make this happen in your datacenter? IPv6 is becoming a reality for more and more operators and datacenters that have started to feel the shortage of IPv4 address space. Tore Read more…


June 5th, 2013 by | Posted in Case Studies, Events, Information, IPv6, Training, Tutorials | No Comments

Slovenian Government IPv6 Study Now Available In English

Back in 2010, the Go6 Institute brought together a group of experts to write a comprehensive report for the Slovenian Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology about IPv6 and how the government and industry should respond. This year they were able to update the study with newer information and translate the report from Slovenian Read more…


August 9th, 2012 by | Posted in Information, IPv6, World IPv6 Launch | No Comments

US Government Releases Updated IPv6 Roadmap

Last week the US Federal CIO Council released an updated version of their IPv6 planning guide/roadmap. Available as a PDF download from cio.gov, the 73-page document provides a wealth of IPv6 information to both US government agencies and also to operators, enterprises and others seeking to understand exactly what the US government is doing with Read more…


July 16th, 2012 by | Posted in Information, IPv6 | Tags: , , | No Comments