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NCSC has published a new version of their IPv6 white paper

The Dutch National Cyber Security Centre has put a new version (2.0) of their IPv6 white paper online. It is written in cooperation with a number of experts from public and private organizations. Dennis Silva and I also helped out and our article “Niets doen is geen...

The beginning of the end

Today is 6/6/2012, World IPv6 Launch Day. The day the Internet community permanently enables the IPv6 Internet protocol on their infrastructure. Some refer to this protocol as 'The New Internet Protocol'. But is it new? No. Not at all. To deal with the anticipated...

The Future Is Forever

WORLD IPv6 LAUNCH DAY 6 JUNE 2012   Major Internet service providers (ISPs), home networking equipment manufacturers, and web companies around the world are coming together to permanently enable IPv6 for their products and services by 6 June 2012. Organized by the...

Where to go next

That is all mighty interesting and I would like to get IPv6 ready ASAP. Where do I go from here? Resources The best thing to do now is to start learning more about the matter. A good way to do that is to get yourself a good book and start reading. A large selection of...

What is IPv6?

IP version 6 (IPv6, see RFC2460) is a new version of the Internet Protocol, designed as the successor to IP version 4 (IPv4) [RFC-791]. The new Internet protocol was designed in the 1990's and, rather than using the 32-bit addressing system, it uses a 128-bit system....

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