Posts Tagged “Transition to IPv6”

Cisco IPv6 for SP Labs: 6PE, 6VPE, QoS with 6VPE, InterAS, CsC, 6RD, Security, Netflow v9, Multicast……

The IPv6SPSE Course is the CISCO IPv6 Training for the Service Provider http://www.fastlaneus.com/course/fl-ipv6sps   The labs have been redesigned completely to support the SP environment and will follow the order of the transition phase for a Service Provider which is planning a transition to IPv6. The Labs description is provided below…

A+P An Interesting Alternative To Large Scale NAT (LSN) or Carrier Grade NAT (CGN)

1. Introduction Since most IPv4 addresses are taken (and many people have not yet started their transition process to IPv6), we need to make sure that we have all the tools available to make the most of the remaining addresses without breaking the Internet even more than we did with NAT. Carrier Grade NAT (CGN)…

Recommendation for IPv6 Stateful Firewalls

IPv6 provides an address for each node on the Internet. So NAT has no more use for address depletion. NAT also provides some basic security. But NAT as any stateful device can also be the target for DoS attacks. And any NAT device within a network provides an easily exploited opportunity for undetected Man In…

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