IPv6 Tutorial: IPv6 Unicast Address

April 20th, 2011 Wael Osama Posted in IPv6 10 Comments »

To refresh our memories, we started our IPv6 tutorial  with an overview then we moved to IPv6 addressing in general and in this post I am moving deeper into IPv6 addressing types. As promised I will keep things simple and clean for you and for me, so let’s begin. Generally speaking IPv6 unicast addresses play […]

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IPv6 Tutorial: IPv6 Addressing #1

January 24th, 2011 Wael Osama Posted in IPv6 5 Comments »

I am back again with the second post in this series, in the first post we had an overview of IPv6 and the need for it in the near future. In this post we will start breaking the technical ice of IPv6; I am going to discuss basic IPv6 addressing. This will need more than […]

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IPv6 Tutorial: The overview

January 19th, 2011 Wael Osama Posted in IPv6, What Is ? 15 Comments »

I will start from the beginning; two weeks ago I wrote a post claiming that IPv4 is depleting and IPv6 is coming soon; and since we are considering deploying IPv6 soon in our network, I thought it might be useful to write about IPv6 migration and transition strategies. Although, this is important but I think […]

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7 Actions to get your network ready for IPv6

December 29th, 2010 Wael Osama Posted in Industry News, IPv6, Network Design 2 Comments »

IPv4 is depleting so fast and time comes to get ready for IPv6. IPv6 may come to real life by 2012/2013. I am making a big claim here and I think I need to back it up with some facts: IPv4 address space is estimated to deplete somewhere in 2011. Check this Report. U.S government […]

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