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IPv6 Security Myth #8: It Supports IPv6

Most of our IPv6 Security Myths are general notions, often passed on unwittingly between colleagues, friends, conference attendees, and others. Today’s myth is one that most often comes specifically from your vendors or suppliers. Whether it’s a hardware manufacturer, software developer, or Internet Service Provider (ISP), this myth is all about trust, but verify. Myth: […]

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Visiting Bhutan for SANOG XXIII

Wow. What an incredible journey! My first business trip of 2014 was so much more than that. I left Denver on Friday morning, 10 January 2014. 21 hours later, on what was there a very late Saturday night, I arrived in Bangkok, Thailand. In between was a direct Denver to Tokyo flight on the new United […]

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Your Input Needed: Operators and the IETF

Back in January we launched a new project, Operators and the IETF, which aims to increase the amount of operator input into the IETF process. To keep from putting any carts in front of our horses, the first phase of this project is focused on gathering information and defining the problem statements. Once we have […]

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