Oh summer, lovely summer. Time to think, plan, learn new things. Time to enjoy gardening up here in Sweden. During the long dark winter, the garden is hidden under a layer of snow, so as a gardener there’s only a few months to enjoy your flowers and vegetables. The Swedes are moving out in gardens [...]
- The summer of IPv6: IPv6 strategies for content and application providers
- After World IPv6 Launch: The real work begins!
- IPv6 security applies to ALL networks NOW!
- No need to go backwards in time – use a reverse web proxy!
- IPv6 security – the same, but different
- It’s movie time!
- IPv6 :: Where the LAMP doesn’t shine
- IPv6 – get rid of the old NATs, move in the ALGs and new NATs!
- Your new goal: The World IPv6 Launch – June 6, 2012
- IPv6 and DNS – AAAA !
So, we’re beyond the World IPv6 Launch and the Internet still works. No big surprises, no big crises. We did survive and can go on with our lives. What was so important with this day, then? The commitment from a large set of companies to actually activate and include IPv6 as part of their normal service. Their commitment to continue working with IPv6. As a result we’ll see more and more traffic on the IPv6 enabled networks and slowly the wheels will begin to turn in favor of the whole Internet. Let’s see what a few of these companies say about IPv6 and finish off with a movie. After all, it’s Friday.
Work with IPv6 continues. I do see changes in my customer base. In every meeting, regardless of the topic, I get a question about “that IPv6 stuff”. People are curious on what’s happening. My recent answer has been ‘-It’s making huge progress. It’s gone from not being on the to-do list to “Yes, hmmm. We [...]
I spent last week in Phoenix, Arizona. My eyeballs are very happy – one week of blue skies and a lot of good network labs in my SIP training class. In the beginning of the week I had a discussion about Happy Eyeballs – the way modern web browsers running in dual stack connects to [...]
This week we’ve received the very first snow for this season here in the Stockholm area in Sweden. It’s time to go inside and hide until the first flowers show in the spring. During the long cold winter we can work on our networks, improving them and experimenting with new technologies like WebRTC. IPv6 is [...]
This week I’m on holiday and have my head occupied with non-IPv6 related issues. The blog will resume next week! Greetings from a small island in the middle of the Mediterranean sea! /O