NANOG 40 agenda posted
adrian at creative.net.au
Tue May 29 11:41:22 UTC 2007
On Tue, May 29, 2007, michael.dillon at bt.com wrote:
> That's why I suggested that NANOG run some kind of IPv6 vendor showcase
> in which all the vendors would be running an interoperable IPv6 network.
> As many have pointed out, this is not just about routers since Cisco and
> Juniper have had IPv6 support for years and both are in use on
> production IPv6 networks in Asia. People need to see things like the
> Hexago gateways, Teredo servers, proxies, management consoles/tools, and
> so on. Even the easy stuff needs to be on display because if it can't be
> seen then people will not believe that it is easy.
>From someone who hasn't looked into IPv6 customer deployments:
* So is DHCPv6 the "way to go" for deploying IPv6 range(s) to end-customers?
Considering the current models of L2TP over IP for broadband aggregation
and wholesaling where the customer device speaks PPPoX.
* Has anyone sat down and thought about the security implications for running
native IPv6 addresses on end-devices which, at the moment, don't have 'direct'
access to the internet (ie sitting behind a NAT.)
* Has anyone looked into the effects of oppertunistic IPSEC on stuff like
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