World’s Largest IPv6 Network Reaches a Milestone

Data Center Knowledge

Hurricane Electric world's first to interconnect 4,000 IPv6 networks Read More. Networks

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IPv4 vs IPv6 – Why is IPv6 so important?

Galido

IPv6 is the newest version of Internet Protocol (IP), the communications protocol that provides an identification number and location for each of the world’s Internet-connected devices. if it weren’t for IPv6. WHY IS IPV6 SO IMPORTANT? Infographic Networking

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Hurricane Electric Expands IPv6 Network to More Equinix Data Centers in Europe and Asia

Data Center Knowledge

As Internet approaches “true cusp” of widespread IPv6 migration, the company is making preparations Read More. colocation Connectivity Equinix Internet of Things

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IPv6 Primer for Deployments

Scott Lowe

This is a liveblog of the OpenStack Summit Sydney session titled “IPv6 Primer for Deployments”, led by Trent Lloyd from Canonical. IPv6 is a topic with which I know I need to get more familiar, so attending this session seemed like a reasonable approach. IPv6 was released in 1980, and uses 32-bit address (with a total address space of around 4 billion). IPv6 was released in 1998, and uses 128-bit addresses (for a theoretical total address space of 3.4

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SD-WANs get IPv6 support from Versa

Network World

Software Defined Networking vendor Versa this week added support for IPv6 to its SD- WAN and security packages. According to Kumar Mehta , founder and CDO of Versa Networks by supporting IPv4 and IPv6 for SD-WAN and SD-Security, customers will have the flexibility to design their WAN under IPv4 today and protect it from obsolescence as they switch over to IPv6 in the future.

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Interop Liveblog: IPv6 Microsegmentation

Scott Lowe

This session was titled “IPv6 Microsegmentation,” and the speaker was Ivan Pepelnjak. Ivan is, of course, a well-known figure in the networking space, and publishes content at [link]. The session starts with a discussion of the problems found in Layer 2 IPv6 networks. Note that some of these attacks are also common to IPv4 and are not necessarily unique to IPv6. The proposed solution suggested by Ivan is to move to Layer 3-only IPv6 network designs.

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Hurricane Electric Makes Canada IPv6ier

Data Center Knowledge

Hurricane Electric continues to expand its IPv6 network globally, strengthening its offerings in Canada. Networking

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Is There a Ticking Time Bomb in Your Network?

Data Center Knowledge

The impending depletion of IPv4 addressing space and the recent surge in acceptance of IPv6 means that organizations handling their own route exchanges may need to reexamine their environments, writes Ryan Smith of Cervalis. Read More. Industry Perspectives

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Bogons: Do not let them in or through your networks

CTOvision

With this post we will dive a bit deeper into bogosity in networks, paying particular attention to the fundamental element of bogosity, the Bogon. We will then articulate a use case for the Centripetal Networks RuleGate which can ensure bogons never get to your enterprise.

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Hurricane Electric PoPs into Telx Data Center in San Francisco

Data Center Knowledge

Provider expands connectivity options for Telx customers, including access to its massive global IPv6 network. colocation Connectivity Networking Peering Silicon Valley Telx Read More.

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Product Review: Paessler PRTG Network Monitor

Galido

Information Technology Blog - - Product Review: Paessler PRTG Network Monitor - Information Technology Blog. PRTG Network Monitor from Paessler AG is a powerful network monitoring solution. This network software is not only powerful but also easy to use. IPv6 support.

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How to eliminate the default route for greater security

Network World

If portions of enterprise data-center networks have no need to communicate directly with the internet, then why do we configure routers so every system on the network winds up with internet access by default? Also on Network World: IPv6 deployment guide ; What is edge computing and how it’s changing the network? +

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Introduction to Networking: Part 1, The Basics

Scott Lowe

This is the kick-off to a series of posts introducing networking concepts to VMware administrators. Based on the feedback I’ve gotten in speaking to VMware admins, networking is an area in which a lot of VMware-focused folks aren’t particularly comfortable. So, I thought it might be helpful to put up a few blog posts on networking concepts for VMware administrators. (If In this first article, I’ll cover some important networking basics. Networking

UNH InterOperability Lab fostering even more togetherness among IoT crowd

Network World

Test services will apply to devices for homes, industrial networks, smart cities and connected cars, according to UNH-IOL. What's more, testing will be offered for the IPv6 Forum's IPv6 Ready IoT Logo in the spring. While the Internet of Things has started to become useful, many are still freaked out about devices not working well together and becoming security liabilities.

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How to eliminate the default route for greater security

Network World

If portions of enterprise data-center networks have no need to communicate directly with the internet, then why do we configure routers so every system on the network winds up with internet access by default? Also on Network World: IPv6 deployment guide ; What is edge computing and how it’s changing the network? +

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5G Technology: Maximum Connectivity and Speed

Galido

5G networks will also diffuse intelligence across the entire network, from the device to the data center. In 5G networks, applications can also be hosted in mobile edge computing nodes such as “cloudlets.” Reduce energy consumption in the network by up to 90%.

What is 5G Technology: 5G Connectivity and Speed Explained

Galido

5G networks will also diffuse intelligence across the entire network, from the device to the data center. In 5G networks, applications can also be hosted in mobile edge computing nodes such as “cloudlets.” Reduce energy consumption in the network by up to 90%.

DDoS: Understand The Growing Threat From Botnet #14

CTOvision

If IoT devices supporting IPv6 over Low power Wireless Personal Area Networks (6LoWPAN) are introduced, the potential for larger DDoS attacks compounds. These sensors would be deployed in a Machine to Machine (M2M) network, but could utilize 6LoWPAN to connect to the internet. Thomas Pore. DDoS attacks are one of the largest attack methods threatening the stability of the Internet.

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Mach37 Spring 2014 Cohort Companies: Watch these hot new disruptors as they accelerate

CTOvision

They are: Axon Ghost Sentinel – Hugh Brooks, President, Harrisonburg, VA – Inspired by natural self-organizing systems, Axon Ghost Sentinel’s cyber security products provide lightweight, adaptive, scalable, and decentralized security for mobile and traditional devices, and enterprise networks. Our products can integrate with existing solution suites and instantly detect and pre-empt abnormal behavior in devices and networks without compromising performance or privacy.

Step-by-Step: Connect to Your Cloud Lab with Windows Azure.

IT Pros Rock!

In addition to building Virtual Networks on the Windows Azure cloud fabric for running Virtual Machines in the cloud, we can also securely extend those virtual networks to on-premise devices in a couple ways: Cloud-to-Site IPsec VPN connectivity Essentially, this is a Site-to-Site IPsec VPN tunnel between a Virtual Network defined on the Windows Azure cloud platform and an on-premise network in your data center. Sign in. IT Pros ROCK! at Microsoft.

A Tutorial For Enhancing Your Home DNS Protection

CTOvision

The operator played a critical function in establishing a global telephone network where any phone could talk to any phone. For MacOS devices, go to settings and select "Network". Select a network interface from the sidebar and click advanced. Bob Gourley.

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Liveblog: Kuryr Project Update

Scott Lowe

IPv4 and IPv6 networking. A few Queens enhancements that were called out on the slides include: Support Kubernetes Network Policy semantics by mapping to Neutron security groups. OpenStack Docker NetworkingThis is a liveblog of an OpenStack Summit session providing an update on the Kuryr project. The speakers are Antoni Segura Puimedon and Irena Berezovsky.

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Open vSwitch Day at OpenStack Summit 2017

Scott Lowe

The second part of the session showed using OVN under Kubernetes to provide networking between Windows containers on Windows hosts and Linux containers on Linux hosts, including networking across multiple cloud providers. The lightning talks were all under 5 minutes, so a brief summary of these are provided below: Joe Stringer showed how to set up OVS with an OpenFlow controller (Faucet) to do networking between multiple hosts in 5 minutes or less.

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Open vSwitch Day at OpenStack Summit 2017

Scott Lowe

The second part of the session showed using OVN under Kubernetes to provide networking between Windows containers on Windows hosts and Linux containers on Linux hosts, including networking across multiple cloud providers. The lightning talks were all under 5 minutes, so a brief summary of these are provided below: Joe Stringer showed how to set up OVS with an OpenFlow controller (Faucet) to do networking between multiple hosts in 5 minutes or less.

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Technology Short Take #84

Scott Lowe

Networking. Sjors Robroek describes his nested NSX-T lab that also includes some virtualized network equipment (virtualized Arista switches). I wouldn’t take this information as gospel, but here’s a breakdown of some of the IPv6 support available in VMware NSX. Here’s an interesting article on the role that virtualization is playing in the network functions virtualization (NFV) space now that ARM hardware is growing increasingly powerful.

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Technology Short Take #84

Scott Lowe

Networking. Sjors Robroek describes his nested NSX-T lab that also includes some virtualized network equipment (virtualized Arista switches). I wouldn’t take this information as gospel, but here’s a breakdown of some of the IPv6 support available in VMware NSX. Here’s an interesting article on the role that virtualization is playing in the network functions virtualization (NFV) space now that ARM hardware is growing increasingly powerful.

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Introducing Cloud Playground: Even More Hands-On Training Features

Linux Academy

IPv6 is another major addition to the platform, reflecting the next generation of networking. You’re able to set a master node with child nodes to see how they interact, and you’re able to configure container networking between different servers, to name a few examples.

Technology Short Take #77

Scott Lowe

Networking. Michael Kashin has a great article on how Open Virtual Network (OVN, part of the Open vSwitch project) implements virtual networks in OpenStack. In a bit of an older post from late summer 2016, Matt Oswalt outlines why network engineers should care about the network software supply chain. Simon Leinen (from SWITCHengines) explains their use of IPv6 with OpenStack. Thanks to Ivan Pepelnjak, I saw this network diagnostic tool.

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Fountainhead: My Cloudy Nerdy Playlist for 2012

Fountainhead

Networking Tips – Don’ts - Sheryl Nicholson (a short Hip-Hop style interlude). Freakin brilliant tribute to IPv6. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Fountainhead. Insights into Data Center Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing. Monday, January 2, 2012.

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Technology Short Take #72

Scott Lowe

Networking. Charles Min-Cheng Chan has a write-up on using IPv6 in Mininet. PowerShell on Cumulus Linux on a network switch? Lindsay Hill recently took Simon Wardley’s pioneers/settlers/town planners (PST) model—which is itself based on Cringely’s Accidental Empires book and the commandos/infantry/police model—and applied to it the networking industry. Are you a network engineer who wants to expand his or her automation skills, but doesn’t have the equipment?

Technology Short Take #65

Scott Lowe

Networking. Michael Ryom has a nice (but short) article on using Log Insight along with a NetFlow proxy to help provide more detailed visibility into traffic flows between VMs on NSX logical networks. BGP seems to be emerging as an early front-runner for a standards-based control plane for software networking. Couple something like GoBGP with IPVLAN L3 (see Brent’s article ) and you’ve got a new model for your data center network. Want to run Docker Swarm with IPv6?

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UPDATE: FREE Hands-on "Virtual Study Halls" with Live Expert.

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Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing. Configure Hyper-V Virtual Machines, Storage and Networks. Build Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks in the Cloud with Windows Azure. SHARE IT: Spread the news about this FREE Virtual Study Hall with your colleagues and social networks by using the sharing buttons below! Sign in. IT Pros ROCK! at Microsoft. Be an Early Expert on Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V Server, System Center 2012, Azure and Windows 8. Search Blogs.

Utilizing Windows Deployment Services in Windows Server 2012 R2

CanITPro

Windows Deployment Services (WDS), a service found in Microsoft's Windows Server 2012 R2 offering , enables IT professionals with the ability to deploy Windows operating systems via a network-based installation. Provides support for TFTP and multicasting over IPv6 and DHCPv6.

Amazon Cloudfront is Streaming Media 2010 Editor's pick - All.

All Things Distributed

Amazon Cloudfront is the Content Delivery Network (CDN) that is dead simple to use both from a technology and a business point of view. New Route 53 and ELB features: IPv6, Zone Apex, WRR and more. All Things Distributed. Werner Vogels weblog on building scalable and robust distributed systems. Amazon Cloudfront is Streaming Media 2010 Editors pick. By Werner Vogels on 19 April 2010 03:02 AM. Permalink. Comments ().

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Technology Short Take #87

Scott Lowe

Networking. Vincent Bernat has a really in-depth article on IPv4 route lookup on Linux (and one on IPv6 route lookup as well). Ivan Pepelnjak has a great article that tries to get to the kernel of truth in the middle of the intent-based networking hype. Jason Edelman of Network2Code also has a post on intent-based network automation with Ansible , in which he breaks down the idea of intent-based networking (IBN) and how tools such as Ansible or NAPALM can make it possible.

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