Author Archives: Craig Miller

IPv6-Only Networking

One of the messages that was clear at this year’s North American IPv6 Summit is that Dual-Stack is only halfway there. We don’t really want to maintain two networks (IPv4 and IPv6) forever. We want to get to IPv6-Only networks. Moving to IPv6-Only The good news is that major corporations, such as Cisco, Microsoft, and […] Continue reading

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2017 North American IPv6 Summit

The North American IPv6 Summit was held in Sunnyvale last month. It is always a pleasure to be in a large room with people who get it. There is no convincing that we need to give up our comfortable Linus-blanket of IPv4 for something new and different. No, everyone in the room is a convert, and […] Continue reading

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Windows 10 now runs in SLAAC networks

Microsoft released the Creator Update last month (11 April 2017) with lots of interesting stuff. But the most interesting for IPv6 is support for the RDNSS field in the RA (Router Advertisement). The RDNSS field is the one that carries DNS server information in the RA. In order to run an IPv6-only SLAAC-based network the […] Continue reading

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