IPV6 in enterprise best practices/white papaers

John Kemp kemp at network-services.uoregon.edu
Tue Jan 29 20:32:44 UTC 2013


Not sure if anyone mentioned Aaron's presentation on this topic
from way back...  Here's the link:

http://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog47/presentations/Wednesday/Hughes_Kosters_fundamentals_N47_Wed.pdf

John Kemp (kemp at routeviews.org)


On 1/26/13 1:26 AM, Pavel Dimow wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have read many of those ipv6 documents and they are great but I
> still luck to find something like "real word" scenario.
> What I mean is that for example I want to start implementation of ipv6
> in my enterprise according to mu knowledge so far
> my first step is to create address plan, then implement security on
> routers/switches then on hosts, and after that I can start to create
> AAAA record and PTR recors in DNS and after that I should configure my
> dhcp servers and after all has been done I can test ipv6 in LAN and
> after that I can start configure bgp with ISP.
> Is this correct procedure? Any thoughts? If all is correct I have a
> few questions..
> 
> Regarding DNS, if I give a /64 to host using SLAAC or DHCP how do I
> maintain PTR for this /64? I should use DDNS?
> What do you use in your enterprise SLAAC or DHCP? If SLAAC why not DHCP?
> Any other hints/tips?
> 



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