Category Archives: ipv6hawaii
IPv6 – The *Current* IP Protocol (are you behind?) Please also forward this invitation message to interested parties. Your participation and support are vital to the smooth and successful deployment of IPv6! Aloha Everyone, The Hawaii IPv6 Task Force will hold its next meeting: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 6:30 – 8:30 PM HST (04:30-06:30 AM, [...] Continue reading
What if we did IPv6 Day, but didn’t turn off IPv6 at the end of the day?
News From Reuters
The web home of WIPv6L is:
Which is having troubles as of this writing, but shall soon recover, I trust…
(Originally … Continue reading
DREN has the some of the most extensive enterprise-to-end-user experience around — John Baird (CTR) Tue, May 31, 2011 at 6:56 AM Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) is nearly thirty years old. This critical part of the Internet’s infrastructure is approaching its end of life, as the last five unallocated IPv4 address blocks were delegated [...] Continue reading
By Nick Buraglio, at the Tech.Buraglio.Com blog.
The big discussion of the day was IANA address depletion, and this hot topic was probably responsible for record attendance, both in-person and over the netcast. An overview of recently attended conferences included: APRICOT/APAN IPv6 Transition (see video archive at): http://www.apricot-apan.asia/program/ipv6-trans-conf Joint Techs: http://events.internet2.edu/2011/jt-clemson/agenda.cfm?tracks=67&types=&details= And discussion of regional 6to4, which has changed recently, due to [...] Continue reading
It has been a continual surprise to me that, with so many things to do, people who work in IPv6 advocacy have spent so much time arguing about the accuracy of IPv4 depletion predictions, and asking why competing estimates didn’t match. Since two weeks ago, or so, the guessing stopped, and yesterday, a ceremony/press conference [...] Continue reading