In my last post I talked about running a pure IPv6 network, as part of my ISP building project, but still allowing access to resources on the internet currently only available via IPv4.This works well assuming all the clients on the local network are IPv6 capable, unfortunately this is not always the case. There are […]

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Proactive Network Configuration Validation with BatfishWatch this video on YouTube. Batfish is an open-source network configuration analysis tool in active development produced jointly by researchers at University of California, Los Angeles; University of Southern California; and Microsoft Research. Though its individual modules have various applications, its primary purpose is to detect bugs in network configurations. […]

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https://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/s/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/IPv6_Buzz_35_Selling_Your_IPv4_Addresses_For_Fun_And_Profit.mp3 Your IPv4 addresses are a financial asset because the market for v4 address space is rising. The question is, for how long? Guest Lee Howard joins the IPv6 Buzz podcast crew to discuss the financial implications of selling IPv4 addresses. They also discuss the performance and operational benefits of moving to IPv6. Source: IPv6 […]

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Podcast (7 October 2015) http://bikeshed.fm/35 “Do you use a private or work e-mail when pushing git commits to repositories.” ??? The question is worth asking yourself as it’s (also) ’bout attribution of work you have done in either a public (fx GitHub) or private (fx Internal) domain. The use of .mailmap partially solves the issue […]

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