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May 8, 2008  12:36 PM

Nortel Delivers UC For Government



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Application Server 5300, Department of Defense, DOD, government, IPv6, Nortel, Security, UC, Unified Communications, VoIP

Companies generally have confidential information- financial projections, intellectual property, trademarked secret formulas, etc. But, the magnitude of secrecy and the need for confidentiality pale in comparison with a government, especially the United States government. Nortel has developed a

January 31, 2008  8:45 PM

Disabling IPv6 in Windows Vista



Posted by: Tony Bradley
IP, IPv6, Microsoft Windows, Windows Vista

IPv6 is the latest, greatest, cutting edge version of the IP protocol. It is designed to be more secure, more efficient, more stable, and provide a larger (exponentially larger) pool of addresses to work with than its IPv4 predecessor. So, why would you want to disable it? In


December 28, 2007  8:39 PM

What Happened to IPv5?



Posted by: Tony Bradley
IP, IP communications, IPv4, IPv6, Silvia Hagen

You are probably familiar with the fact that IPv4 is more or less the standard that the Internet and networks of the world rely on. IPv6 is the emerging standard developed to expand the available pool of addresses as well as addressing a variety of performance and security issues in IPv4. So, why...


September 20, 2007  5:44 PM

EMC Introduces Technology to Manage IPv6



Posted by: Tony Bradley
EMC, IP, IP communications, IPv4, IPv6

IPv6, the next generation IP protocol which is replacing the current IPv4 (not sure what happened to IPv5) has not taken off quite the way it had been anticipated. Still, the standard is being rolled out more and more, if by nothing more than attrition, and organizations need next generation tools...


September 3, 2007  8:55 AM

IP Addressing Crash Course



Posted by: Tony Bradley
CIDR, IP, IP communications, IPv4, IPv6, Subnet mask, Subnets

Do you understand the difference between classless and classful IP addressing? Can you explain what is different in IPv6 from IPv4 and why businesses or individuals should care? How about calculating a subnet mask- or determining the total possible IP addresses based on the subnet mask? I had a...


August 8, 2007  8:31 PM

IPv6 Growing Pains



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Internet, IPv4, IPv6, IPv6 Consortium, Networking

IPv6 has been the "emerging" standard for a couple years now. IPv6 was developed to replace the current IPv4 standard (what happened to IPv5?) and help to address some of the shortfalls in security and reliability with the protocol as well as to expand the available address space. It hasn't taken...


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