IPv6 Technical Overview: Address Architecture, DHCPv6 and DNS

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Below is Brandon's second presentation from the KINBER Annual Conference today. Please feel free to post any questions in the comment field below.

If you would like a PDF copy, please send us an email.

The Case for IPv6: Paving the Way for the Internet of Things

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

If you missed Brandon's presentation from this afternoon at the KINBER Annual Conference, we've provided it below. Please feel free to post any questions in the comment field below.

If you would like a PDF copy, please send us an email.
 

ARIN Down to Final /8

Big announcement from ARIN today - only a /8 of available IPv4 addresses remain. Looks like we need to update the timelines in our infographic below.

Note, if you haven't begun IPv6 migration planning, we strongly recommend beginning soon, as "all IPv4 requests will be processed on a "First in, First out" basis, and all requests of any size will be subject to team review."

IPv6 Migration Landscape and Challenges, and IPv4 Exhaustion Timeline for 2014

Network Utility Force to Present at KINBER

Friday, April 18, 2014

If you're attending the KINBER Annual Conference next week in Harrisburg, Brandon Ross will provide an in-depth talk on IPv6 and the implications for healthcare and higher education as IoT emerges (Wednesday, April 23 @ 1:30PM).

We're also hosting an IPv6 deployment best practices discussion on Thursday April 24 @ 10:45am. If you're unable to catch either presentation, we'll post them here by next Friday, and you can always stop by our booth with questions.

Photo Tour of the 2014 Spring Interop Network and NOC

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Below are a few pics of the Interop network and NOC. If you would like a tour, just drop by our booth (#571).