Comparative scans of discovered hosts on both IPv4 and IPv6 show significant security discrepancies in filtering between IPv4 and IPv6 interfaces, and that unintended IPv6 connectivity will be increasingly problematic.
In this episode of Cisco Champion Radio recorded at CLUS, Cisco Champion Scott Hogg discusses IPv6 with Tim Martin and Shannon McFarland and others at Cisco Live in Orlando.
#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by technologists for technologists. In this episode we’re talking to Scott Hogg about IPV6 Security.
Why should you care about the SRv6 interop demo? This is the kind of proof point that should be important to you as you may consider designing your next-generation infrastructure on a nascent technology, such as SRv6.
We built an IPv6-only campus to demonstrate to our customers not just the criticality of this technology but also how exactly to manage the transition seamlessly.
IPv6 enables global mobile IoT innovation and proliferation. See what Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) findings support this assessment.
You may be pretty familiar with Segment Routing and I bet you’re likely tying it to MPLS as the industry at large has been mainly focused on driving awareness and adoption of MPLS Segment Routing. But did you know Segment Routing could work in a native IPv6 environment? Sounds interesting to you? Let’s first go […]
Cisco Live US landed back in San Diego this year and (together with 25,000 others) I packed my bags for a week of technology dialogue and professional excitement. Here is my personal summary of (what is always) one of my favourite weeks of the year. As we entered the event, IPv6 deployment in the US was […]
Last month, I had the opportunity to attend and present at the 2015 North American IPv6 Summit. Several hundred IPv6 experts and networking professionals attended from across the country to discuss the IPv6 adoption, hear about the latest IPv6 research and learn what others are doing to prepare for the transition to IPv6. To refresh, […]