My previous post examined how a regional Provider Independent (PI) prefix is propagated across the Internet. This post discusses the second aspect of the issue: how does Provider Assigned/Aggregateable (PA) space propagate across the Internet?
In a previous blog series about interfacing with your ISP, I mentioned tools that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have, such as looking glasses and route servers, that can be used to verify their policies. In this blog post, I want to examine some of those tools, but primarily I want to show how prefixes are […]
We’ve talked about how the Internet is forecast to carry a million minutes of video every second in the next few years, and how Cisco’s Elastic Core solution will help the core infrastructure carry that load. But a scalable and flexible core is only one piece of the puzzle that network operators need. Who else […]
The aim of the World IPv6 Launch was to spark a steady, sustained, growth of IPv6 usage leading up to and continuing after June 6, 2012. The continued growth since June 6 and the milestone reached this weekend is an indicator that this commitment had its intended affect thus far. Cisco now has its own AS (#109) on the network operator list, making it the first in the world that is participating in all three categories of the World IPv6 Launch. User activity as measured by Google hit 0.25% for the first time in March 2011. A year later, on March 10, 2012, it doubled to 0.5% for the first time. It’s taken about 8 months to double that again to reach 1.0% today. If this trend continues, it will double again by mid next year and could break past 10% by the end of 2014. The trend is increasingly clear: If you are a network operator, network-enabled application developer, or anyone else that works with IP and are not running IPv6 now or don’t have a plan in place to make it happen soon, now is the time to get started.
How did the Catalyst 6500 change networking? Prashanth Shenoy shares his perspective about the history of the Catalyst 6500, and about the future of the Catalyst 9000 family with Wi-Fi 6 and 5G.
IPWAVE working group in the IETF Internet area is working on standardized IPv6-based vehicular networking.
Cisco DevNet supports the IETF community as it produces standards that make the internet faster, more secure, and able to meet the demands of ever-increasing uses and users.
Segment Routing (SRv6) inherits all of SR MPLS capabilities, but simplifies the network by leveraging native IPv6 headers to add network programming capabilities. Discover why SRv6 is getting strong market traction and learn more about what makes SRv6 stand out.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is all around us. But where did it all begin? Join us as we get a first hand account of the History of the IoT (3 part series).