IPv6 deployment

February 5, 2019

DEVELOPER

FOSDEM 2019: a new view from the NOC

Cisco analyzed the network and traffic at FOSDEM, the Open Source Developers conference, to determine what 'state of the art' traffic looks like. The data provided insights into future trends.

Quitting the Legacy IP at Cisco Live Milan

It’s that time of the year again - time for some computer and human networking at Cisco Live Milan! This year I’m taking the unusual and somewhat risky step...

IPv6 is Everywhere at Cisco Live Milan

IPv6 deployment is accelerating at a fast pace. It’s exciting to see that the global IPv6 deployment figures show a continuing upward trend: Cisco has been helping the Industry track this trend with our global deployment statistics portal: http://6lab.cisco.com/stats/. Go to the portal today and you can even follow @cisco6lab on Twitter. We are also […]

Setting up an IPv6 Lab

I’ve blogged (a lot) about planning for the integration of IPv6 into your network, and I even threw in some thoughts about how to go about doing the integration.  Some of the procedures discussed in earlier posts included: Assessing the network infrastructure, operating systems and applications in use Assembling a team to handle the integration […]

Cisco Opens Up EIGRP

What’s new and exciting with EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol)? Actually, lots…  First a bit a background on EIGRP. EIGRP is an advanced distance vector routing protocol used extensively by enterprise customers.  It is very popular because it is simple to deploy and support. Some major attributes are: EIGRP does not mandate many network design […]