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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Issues in IPv6 Deployment
Meeting: NANOG28
Date / Time: 2003-06-02 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room: Harvest Room
Presenters: Speakers:

Jeff Doyle, Juniper

Jeff Doyle is the IPv6 Solutions Manager for Juniper Networks. Specializing in IP routing protocols, MPLS, and IPv6, Jeff has designed or assisted in the design of large-scale IP service provider networks throughout North America, Europe, Japan, Korea, and the People\'s Republic of China. Jeff is the author of <I>CCIE Professional Development: Routing TCP/IP, Volumes I and II</I>, is an editor and contributing author of <I>Juniper Networks Routers: The Complete Reference</I>, and is the author of a new series of books on large-scale networking, the first of which will be released in the summer of 2003. Jeff has presented numerous corporate seminars for Juniper Networks, and has also spoken at NANOG, JANOG, APRICOT, and at IPv6 Forum conferences.
Abstract: Although IPv6 has been deployed in a multitude of research and development networks worldwide, commercial deployment is still limited. The need for IPv6 is widely acknowledged in Asia, where IPv4 addresses are increasingly difficult to acquire. In North America, where some 74% of the allocated IPv4 addresses are located, there is not yet the sense of urgency for IPv6 as there is in Asia. Yet even here, there is growing interest and understanding IPv6 will eventually be required. It is therefore important that network operators begin familiarizing themselves with the technical issues surrounding the deployment of realistic IPv6 networks.

This tutorial provides a technical overview of the existing state of the three classes of IPv6 transition technologies: dual stacks, tunnels, and translators. Specific technologies within each of these classes are examined. Outstanding transition issues, both resolved and unresolved, are also examined. These issues include multihoming, DNS, and security.
Files: youtubeIssues in IPv6 Deployment
pptJeff Doyle Presentation(PPT)
Sponsors: None.

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