• IPv6 myths: Debunking misconceptions regarding IPv6 security features

    Aggressive marketing has helped perpetuate a number of security-related IPv6 myths. Expert Fernando Gont helps separate myth from fact to ensure a secure IPv6 deployment.

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  • IPv6 tutorial: Understanding IPv6 security issues, threats, defenses

    You may not know it, but IPv6 may be the Internet's next superhighway for zero-day attacks. This new guide offers tactics for proactive IPv6 security.

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  • Address IPv6 security before your time runs out

    Most networks have partial deployment of IPv6 often without IT realizing it. It’s time to take stock of the security implications before attackers do.

    fernando15 pointsBadges:
  • SDN blog roundup: Open source SDN; Facebook’s IPv6 data center

    This week, SDN bloggers discuss the desire for open source SDN among industry professionals and Facebook's quest to deploy an IPv6 data center.

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  • Will SDN ease the IPv6 transition?

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  • Network engineers share technology wish list with vendors for the New Year

    Network engineers have a technology wish list for vendors: better software practices, IPv6 parity, WAN-savvy cloud providers and new Cisco firewalls.

    Shamus McGillicuddy3,385 pointsBadges:
  • Automated IPv6 attacks: Mitigating the risks of emerging IPv6 threats

    Learn how automated IPv6 attacks work and whether they represent a dangerous emerging breed of IPv6 threats.

    editor11,110 pointsBadges:
  • Get ready to run IPv6 (Whether you want to or not)

    While working with Windows Vista beta Brien Posey made a rather horrifying discovery: One of the neatest features, peer networking, requires IPv6. In this article he explains what IPv6 is and why it may eventually be inevitable.

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  • Analyzing changes in IPv6 vs. IPv4 for data center networks

    Dual-stack network environments make things a lot more interesting, which is why you need to be ready for IPv6 today.

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  • With SDN, IPv6 transition may not be so hard

    With SDN, IPv6 transition might be easier, since physical addresses will be managed through a controller and be part of a larger automated system.

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:

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