Category Archives: General
TXv6TF’s own Jeff Carrell will be speaking at the upcoming DFW-CUG (Cisco Users Group) meeting in February, 2021. He will presenting on Wireshark and as part of that will speak to IPv6 capabilities. More information on the meeting is on the DFW-… Continue reading
This article points out the impact on businesses of the IPv6-only directive in the Federal Government. I encourage every enterprise IT person to take a moment to read it.
Check out this podcast from some of my favorite IPv6 guys. They are discussing some impacts on IPv6 usage in during the Covid-19 Pandamic.
Stay well and safe!
NIST NCCoE will host a workshop on Security for IPv6 Enabled Enterprises. The focus will be to identify and develop plans to address security challenges / barriers to full IPv6 deployment in enterprise settings. Please see the call for participation below for more details and to register. https://www.nccoe.nist.gov/events/security-ipv6-enabled-enterprises Questions about workshop participation should be […] Continue reading
The TXv6TF web site is now hosted on WordPress.com. We believe all the content has been moved and properly formatted, but if you find something wrong or missing, please let us know. You can send mail to email@example.com and I will look at it as soon … Continue reading
TXv6TF is presenting a tutorial session about IPv6 at the IEEE GreenTech of Smart City Conference in April of 2018. The session will be delivered by Stan Barber, Cung Nguyen, Jeff Handal and Rob Barton. This four hour tutorial will include an overview of IPv6’s use for industrial IoT projects with deep dives into a […] Continue reading
Stan Barber was recognized for his contribution to the recent meeting at LinkedIn in Sunnyvale. He was among many folks led by Scott Hogg of RMv6TF that organized the meeting under the North American IPv6 Task Force. He was recognized for his work organizing the awards ceremony where several North American ISP were recognized for […] Continue reading
Want to know who is speaking at the event this year? Our agenda is posted on this link at RMv6tf.org: http://www.rmv6tf.org/na-ipv6-summit/2017-north-american-ipv6-event/2017-speakers Continue reading
Today and tomorrow, people from around the continent are gathering in Sunnyvale, CA to hear more about the status of the migration of the Internet to IPv6. Over 100 people are registered for the event. After the event, there will be recordings of the talks available for anyone to listen to posted. More details on […] Continue reading
John Curran’s presentations are always lively, educational and wholly interactive (especially during Q&A). Today’s presentation at LinkedIn’s Sunnyvale Headquarters was no exception to the rule as John focused on how to build a better IPv6 internet that users will actually … Continue reading → Continue reading
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Some more on the upcoming event. At this year’s IPv6 Summit event we will celebrate all that has been accomplished regarding IPv6 deployment. We will also discuss the remaining challenges for IPv6 adoption. The IPv6 Summit event this year will focus on the accomplishments that have been made in recent years that have driven the […] Continue reading
Planning is underway for the 2017 North American IPv6 Summit event, scheduled for April 25-26, 2017 in Sunnyvale, California. This year’s event will be held at LinkedIn’s Headquarters, located at 605 W Maude Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94085. All the North American IPv6 Task Forces are working together on this event. This 2-day event will focus on the […] Continue reading
On behalf of the board of TXv6TF, I want to wish everyone a happy, safe and productive 2017. So much has happened in the IPv6 world since our first meeting in 2009. In the US, IPv6 deployments continue to accelerate as organizations refresh their networks and Service Providers improve their service offerings. This is happening […] Continue reading
NTIA asks for input from organizations that have implemented #IPv6 disrupt6.com/survey.html
I want to wish all readers a Happy New Year! I wanted to let you all know that we had an important change in 2015. Stephan Lagerholm, who founded TXv6TF with me, has moved on to new opportunities. Replacing him is Jeff Carrell who was elected to the board and serves in 2016 as Vice […] Continue reading
For those of you who missed the recent meeting at Rice University in Houston, Texas, Slides from the presentations are now being posted. In addition, many of the presentations will be available for viewing on line. More information as it becomes availa… Continue reading
Speakers from Oracle, Cisco, ARIN, Hurricane Electric, Secure64 and others are now confirmed for the TXv6Tf meeting July 17 & 18 at Rice University in Houston. Join us! Continue reading
The Texas IPv6 Task Force has launched a project to report on adoption of IPv6 and DNSSEC by the County Governments of Texas. See http://maps.txv6tf.org for the report and contact your commissioner’s court if you see that your county is not suppo… Continue reading
The North American IPv6 Summit is happening April 10-11,2012 in Denver, Colorado. Stephan Lagerholm, TXv6TF board member, will be speaking at the conference on Wednesday at 11:15am as part of the Enterprise and IPAM track, one of three tracks scheduled… Continue reading
So far, February has been a busy month for the TXv6TF. Stephan Lagerholm spoke on the 17th at a IT security conference for the University of Texas System on IPv6. His talk is available here. Stan Barber spoke on the 23rd at the annual TTVN conference. … Continue reading
Bill Cerveny of Arbor Networks has a great post on IPv6 Fragmentation. It works a bit differently in IPv6 from IPv4 and it’s a very important difference. This is especially true when considering how to implement a security policy. Fragmentation is one of the few uses of IPv6 extension headers seen regularly in the wild […] Continue reading
Both the European exchange points providing IPv6-specific traffic reports showed an increase in IPv6 traffic on World IPv6 Day. AMS-IX showed a a small increase (peaking at 2.9Gbs), but may not be statiscally significant. Based on looking at the year-to-date IPv6 traffic, it looks like the jump in IPv6 traffic started in February 2011 with […] Continue reading