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NASA & IPv6 – Kevin Jones

Kevin Jones brought us up to speed today on Federal v6 Goals from the FY 2012 bill.  Here are a few of his slides to help us understand OMB initiatives when compared to implementation progress.         

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Why Is Microsoft Internal IT Moving to IPv6-Only?

Take a look at Veronika McKillop’s slide to help us understand why her teams at Microsoft are moving to IPv6 Only networks for Internal IT use. Microsoft currently has two test IPv6-Only networks in Redmond, WA and also recognized that IPv6 … Continue reading

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Day 2 NAv6tf Summit

We are getting ready to start Day 2 of the North American IPv6 Task Force Summit. The Yosemite event room at LinkedIn Headquarters is filling up and we are getting started!        Thank you again to LinkedIn for hosting … Continue reading

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NAv6tf Agenda and Speakers

Want to know who is speaking at the event this year?  Our agenda can be found here: http://www.rmv6tf.org/na-ipv6-summit/2017-north-american-ipv6-event/2017-speakers

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John Curran NAv6tf Presentation

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

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Tony Scott NAv6tf Presentation

Tony Scott, Federal Chief Information Officer appointed during the Obama administration and Keynote speaker at our NAv6tf event, strongly emphasized, “IPv6 needs to be part of the conversation during strategic planning in IT,” and identified a need for an IPv6 … Continue reading

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2017 North American IPv6 Summit – en Español

En la Cumbre IPv6 de este año celebraremos todo lo que se ha logrado con respecto al despliegue de IPv6. También discutiremos los retos pendientes para la adopción de IPv6. El evento de la Cumbre IPv6 de este año se … Continue reading

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2017 North American IPv6 Summit

The North American IPv6 Summit is designed to educate you about IPv6 and the current state of IPv6 adoption. IPv6 networking professionals ranging from technology leaders, system architects, technical engineers, and researchers attend this 2-day event. The 2017 IPv6 Summit … Continue reading

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IPv6 Allocation Best Practices

I have been receiving frequent questions around IPv6 allocations as of late which is a good indicator that more enterprises are researching IPv6 adoption at the fringe. Take some time to review the ARIN wiki IPv6 allocation best practices to … Continue reading

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NETWORKING @SCALE – Briefing

CAv6tf attended Facebook’s “NETWORKING @SCALE” invite-only event this Tuesday and Wednesday where engineers and scientists from multiple companies collaborated on ways to build and manage large-scale service networks for millions of users and applications that are built upon the next … Continue reading

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