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IPv6 Buzz 092: Listener Questions – NAT66, Stable IPv6 Prefix Delegation And More!

In the latest episode of IPv6 Buzz, we tackle the first listener questions of the year (well, really left over from the end of 2021 but still good ones!). Those questions cover topics including Unique Local Addressing (ULA) and SD-WAN, NAT66, IPv6 prefix delegation, and more.

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IPv6 Buzz 91: Thanks For Listening To IPv6 Buzz In 2021!

In this episode we discuss presentations at the recent UK IPv6 Council meeting. More importantly, we say thanks to you, our listeners, for keeping IPv6 Buzz in your IT podcast playlist this tumultuous year---as well as for all the great listener questions and feedback. We'll see you again in 0x7e6 (2022, that is) for even more adventures in the 128-bit IPv6 wormhole!

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IPv6 Buzz 087: How Merit Network Used Carrots Over Sticks To Drive IPv6 Adoption

Merit Network is a non-profit ISP that provides network and security services for universities, K-12 schools, libraries, and other educational communities in Michigan. On today's IPv6 Buzz we speak with Lola Killey, Infrastructure and Research Support Analyst, about how Merit encouraged IPv6 adoption and what other institutions can learn from that effort.

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IPv6 Buzz 079: IPv6 In The Data Center

In this week's IPv6 Buzz podcast, we explore IPv6 in the data center with guest Jeff Tantsura. Jeff is formerly head of Network Strategy with Juniper/Apstra, and now with Microsoft Azure. We explore IPv6 use cases in the data center, reasons for and challenges of assigning a /64 per host, leveraging IPv6 flow labels to improve data center fabric performance, and more.

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IPv6 Buzz 075: Why Wells Fargo Bought Into IPv6

In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom chat with John Burns, a lead architect at Wells Fargo, about the relatively early adoption of IPv6 at the company. The discussion also covers adoption trends in the financial sector as a whole, along with the key challenges and opportunities of the protocol.

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