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Re: Another driver for v6?
Kind of a side question but we have not implemented IPv6 in our network yet, nor have we made any plans to do this in the near future. Our management does not see a need for it as our customer base is not requesting it at this time. Does anyone see any benefits to beginning a small deployment of IPv6 now even if its just for internal usage? Bruce Curtis wrote: > > On Oct 29, 2008, at 10:32 AM, Joe Maimon wrote: > >> >> >> Mikael Abrahamsson wrote: >>> On Tue, 28 Oct 2008, Steven M. Bellovin wrote: >> >>> They claim they will deploy IPv6 in their worldwide enterprise >>> network, do away with central based enterprise firewalls and do >>> host-to-host IPv6+IPSEC, Active Directory based certificates for >>> authentication. >> >> You know that windows 2000 was released with this functionality. Its >> nothing new and it is not ipv6 specific. >> >> Who is using it precisely? > > Microsoft, on 200,000 computers at the time of the paper below. > > http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb735174.aspx > > We have a couple of departments using IPsec here and one more > seriously looking at it. (Mainly a matter of finding time to test and > implement.) > > Plus there are at least a couple of other Universities. > > http://members.microsoft.com/CustomerEvidence/Search/EvidenceDetails.aspx?EvidenceID=14258&LanguageID=1 > > > https://members.microsoft.com/customerevidence/search/EvidenceDetails.aspx?EvidenceID=14205&LanguageID=1 > > > And I see a City has been added to the list. > > http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/casestudy.aspx?casestudyid=4000000161 > > > > > http://www.cu.ipv6tf.org/pdf/v6security_6Sense_Jan2006.pdf > > > --- > Bruce Curtis [email protected] > Certified NetAnalyst II 701-231-8527 > North Dakota State University > > -- Steve King Cisco Certified Network Associate CompTIA Linux+ Certified Professional CompTIA A+ Certified Professional