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Deploy360 3 February 2014

Slides: Case Study Of An IPv6 Addressing Plan (RIPE67)

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

How do you best plan how to allocate IPv6 addresses across your network?  In addition to the resources we already link to on our IPv6 Address Planning page, this case study presented back at RIPE 67 in October also provided a nice graphical illustration of one way in which you could allocate IPv6 addresses:

IPv6 Addressing Plan

The answer of course comes down to “it depends” upon the configuration and situation of your specific network environment.  Cases studies like this one, though, help provide yet another view of how you can set up IPv6 on your network.

What about you?  What is stopping you from deploying IPv6 today?

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