IPv6 Analysis

Just recently the last two IPv4 /8s have been allocated by IANA, providing the lift off for IPv4 address space exhaustion. While the issue has been well known for years, and many people have been promoting IPv6, only a few companies have migrated their networks and services. It is now receiving its long demanded attention.

I am currently working on IPv6 security implementations and would like to feedback about how to migrate IPv4- into dual stacked IPv6 networks, securely. Stay tuned on IPv6:

  • IPv6 Basics Part I – IPv6 in IPv4 Tunneling

    This article starts off with an example of a tunnel broker setup to help people get their first hands-on IPv6 experience. More advanced topics and focusing on various security issues are planned to be published on a part by part base.

  • IPv6 Basics Part II – The Concept

    This article starts off with an example of a tunnel broker setup to help people get their first hands-on IPv6 experience. More advanced topics and focusing on various security issues are planned to be published on a part by part base.

  • IPv6 Basics Part III – The Addressing

    This article starts off with an example of a tunnel broker setup to help people get their first hands-on IPv6 experience. More advanced topics and focusing on various security issues are planned to be published on a part by part base.

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