The following are links to documents/presentations with useful information on IPv6:
- Why you need IPv6: Chris Grundemann's "Carrier Grade NAT – Observations and Recommendations" slides
- NRO's IPv6 Deployment Survey
- latest version of NIST's Guidelines for the Secure Deployment of IPv6
- Survey of IPv6 Support in Commercial Firewalls
- Results of a Security Assessment of the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)
- IPv6 Deployment for Service Providers
- Managing 100 million IP addresses: Comcast is one of the first operators to adopt IPv6 as a strategic activity with an aggressive roll-out plan.
- IPv6 primer videos Intro Address-Space v6Header IPv4-v6 EUI-64 Addressing
- ATIS Report and Recommendation on IPv6
- Clara.Net describe how they deployed IPv6 services. Presentation was given at UKNOF in September 2007.
- Going Native Hurricane Electric, a well-known provider of IPv6 tunnel-broker services for many years, describe what they learned as they transitioned their backbone to extensive native IPv6 peering.
- Randy Bush did an excellent presentation on issues with IPv6 implementation
- Sharing a single IPv4 address for multiple customers using double NAT and IPv6
- Nathan Ward's NZNOG tutorial on IPv6 Deployment for ISPs
- This site maintains a list of Major Networks and their IPv6 transition status Scroll down to see the table of information.
- An inventory of practical implementations Business case perspective on actual implementations.
- IPv6: What, Why, How (60 slides, by Jen "Furry" Linkova) - covers both "executive" and highly technical topics, with a slight bias on security and privacy (online-with-"live"-data and PDF versions)
- A document on IPv6 deployment strategy at the University of Pennsylvania
- Interview with Martin Levy of Hurricane Electric on enabling IPv6
Most Up To Date Books
- Migrating to IPv6 by Marc Blanchet
- IPv6 Essentials by Silvia Hagen
- IPv6, Theorie et pratique (French)
- Running IPv6 by Iljitsch van Beijnum
- Day One: Exploring IPv6 (Juniper/Junos specific) by Chris Grundemann
- Day One: Advanced IPv6 Configuration (Juniper/Junos specific) by Chris Grundemann
- IPv6 Security by Scott Hogg, Eric Vyncke
- IPv6 Fundamentals by Rick Graziani
Internet2/ESnet Joint Techs Workshops Presentations
- http://www.internet2.edu/presentations/jt2010july/20100714-whinery-roguerasniping.pdf Rogue RA Sniping with Scapy, July 2010 (Alan Whinery - lightning talk)]
- Making Your Campus Safe for Google DNS Whitelisting, July 2010 (David Farmer - lightning talk)
- Monitoring IPv6 Content Reachability and Accessibility, July 2010 (Roch Guerin, Shumon Huque)
- IPv6 Campus Deployment Updates panel, February 2010 (Shumon Huque, Alan Whinery, Randy Bush)
- IPv6 SNMP Network Management, February 2010 (Jon Dugan)
- DREN IPv6 Update, February 2010 (Ron Broersma)
- IPv6 in the UNAM Campus, February 2010 (Azael Fernandez)
- IPv6 Deployment in the Greek Student Network
- IPv6 Challenge: Coming Soon to a Network Near You!
- Migration or Stagflation: IPv6, Protocol Number Resource Management, and the Future of the Internet
- If We Deploy IPv6, Will It Help or Hurt Our Security?
- Campus IPv6 Deployment
- IPv6 Transition Experience
- Campus IPv6 Addressing Plans
- Enabling IPv6 in Products and Services
- Forcing the Issue: A Campus's (Ongoing) Experience in IPv6 Deployment
- IPv6 Autoconfiguration: Plug & Play Dream or Security Nightmare?
Internet2/ESnet Joint Techs - DREN IPv6 Implementation Updates
- Summer 2009
- Winter 2009
- Summer 2008
- Winter 2008
- Summer 2007
- Winter 2007
- Winter 2006
- Summer 2005
- Winter 2005
- Summer 2004
Joint NANOG/ARIN IPv6 Tutorials and Workshop Presentations
Relevant NANOG Presentations
Following is a list of IPv6 presentations given at NANOG meetings
over the past several years. All the links go to the NANOG conference
page which usually contains a link to presentation slides as well as
recorded video of the presentation.
This list was selected from the NANOG presentations archive.
- IPv6 Transition & Operational Reality, Randy Bush, IIJ. NANOG 41, October 2007.
- IPv6 Technical Issues Panel, Moderator: Joel Jaeggli. NANOG 41, October 2007
- IPv6 Multihoming, by Marla Azinger, Frontier Communications. NANOG 38, October 2006.
- Pragmatismv6: a Grown-up, Critical Examination of IPv6, by Todd Underwood Renesys, moderator; Daniel Golding,Tier 1 Research; David Meyer, Cisco, University of Oregon; Jason Schiller, Verizon Business. NANOG 38, October 2006.
- Open issues with ipv6 routing/multihoming, by Jason Schiller, UUNET/Verizon. NANOG 37, June 2006.
- IAB IPv6 Multihoming BOF, Dave Meyer, Cisco, moderator. NANOG 35, October 2005.
- IPv6 Deployment Issues: A Tier 1 Perspective, by Stewart Bamford, Level3. NANOG 35, October 2005.
- Tutorial: Getting Started with IPv6. Level: Introductory. Jordi Palet, Consulintel. NANOG 35, October 2005.
- Inter-AS Traffic Engineering Case Studies as Requirements for IPv6 Multihoming Solutions, by Jason Schiller, UUNET.
- IPv6 - Evolutionary Issues and Challenges, by Udo Steinegger, Cable & Wireless. NANOG 34, May 2005.
- Tutorial: IPv6 Deployment and Case Studies, by Salman Asadullah and Ciprian Popoviciu, Cisco. Level: Introductory/Intermediate. NANOG 32, October 2004.
- Network Augmentation Panel: Experiences in Adding IPv6 Services & Support to Existing IPv4 Networks. Bill Manning, moderator; Rob Rockell, Sprint; Brent Sweeny, Internet2 NOC; Ed Lewis, ARIN. NANOG 31, May 2004.
- IPv6 IPv4 Threat Comparison, by Darrin Miller and Sean Convery, Cisco. NANOG 31, May 2004.
- Overview of the Global IPv6 Routing Table, Gert Doering, SpaceNet AG, Munich, author. Cathy Wittbrodt, presenter. NANOG 29, October 2003.
- Tutorial: Issues in IPv6 Deployment, by Jeff Doyle. Level: Introductory. NANOG 28, June 2003.
- IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack on Abilene, by Grover Browning, Indiana University. NANOG 28, June 2003.
- Operational Testing of DNS Resources - IPv6/DNS Symbiosis, by Bill Manning. NANOG 27, February 2003.
- IPv6 Deployment Concepts, by Tony Hain, Cisco. Tutorial, NANOG 27, February 2003.
- Commercial IPv6 Deployment by ISPs in Japan, by J. Hagino, IIJ/KAME. NANOG 26, October 2002.
- Experiences With Developing, Testing, Planning, and Operating IPv6-Enabled Nameservers, by Paul Vixie, ISC. NANOG 26, October 2002.
- IPv6 Impressions: ARIN Update and Routing Table Overview, by Cathy Wittbrodt, Packet Design. NANOG 26, October 2002.
- IPv6 Basics (Tutorial), by Tony Hain, Cisco. NANOG 26, October 2002.
- Operational Experience with IPv6 Migration, by Akira Kato, ISI. NANOG 22, May 2001.
- IPv6 in Mobile Wireless Networking, by Dana Blair, Cisco. NANOG 21, February 2001.
- IPv6: Why, What, When, Where? (Tutorial), by Steve Deering, Cisco. NANOG 19, June 2000.
- IPv6 Update / ARIN IPv6 Delegation Status, by Bill Manning, ISI, and Michael O'Neill, ARIN. Presentation includes "Penetration Rate of Private Address Space," "Current Use of IPv6 Address Space," and "ARIN IPv6 Delegation Status." NANOG 19, June 2000.
- Panel: Operational Experience with IPv6. Bob Fink, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (moderator), Rob Rockell, Sprint, Greg Miller, MCI WorldCom, Bill Maton, Communications Research Centre, Sean Mentzer, Qwest. NANOG 19, June 2000.
Google Tech Talks
- Google IPv6 Conference 2008 (video)
IETF v6ops Working Group RFCs
This working group is chartered to develop and publish guidelines for operation of a shared v6/v4 Internet. There are also some Internet Drafts available at the WG website which may be useful.
- Transition Scenarios for 3GPP Networks (RFC 3574) (23359 bytes)
- Unmanaged Networks IPv6 Transition Scenarios (RFC 3750) (48153 bytes)
- Survey of IPv4 Addresses in Currently Deployed IETF Sub-IP Area Standards (RFC 3793) (11624 bytes)
- Introduction to the Survey of IPv4 Addresses in Currently Deployed IETF Standards (RFC 3789) (22842 bytes)
- Survey of IPv4 Addresses in Currently Deployed IETF Internet Area Standards (RFC 3790) (102694 bytes)
- Survey of IPv4 Addresses in Currently Deployed IETF Routing Area Standards (RFC 3791) (27567 bytes)
- Survey of IPv4 Addresses in Currently Deployed IETF Security Area Standards (RFC 3792) (46398 bytes)
- Survey of IPv4 Addresses in Currently Deployed IETF Transport Area Standards (RFC 3794) (60001 bytes)
- Survey of IPv4 Addresses in Currently Deployed IETF Application Area Standards (RFC 3795) (92584 bytes)
- Survey of IPv4 Addresses in Currently Deployed IETF Operations & Management Area Standards (RFC 3796) (78400 bytes)
- Evaluation of Transition Mechanisms for Unmanaged Networks (RFC 3904) (46844 bytes)
- Security Considerations for 6to4 (RFC 3964) (83360 bytes)
- Application Aspects of IPv6 Transition (RFC 4038) (69727 bytes)
- Scenarios and Analysis for Introducing IPv6 into ISP Networks (RFC 4029) (64388 bytes)
- IPv6 Enterprise Network Scenarios (RFC 4057) (33454 bytes)
- Procedures for Renumbering an IPv6 Network without a Flag Day (RFC 4192) (52110 bytes)
- Analysis on IPv6 Transition in Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Networks (RFC 4215) (52903 bytes)
- Basic Transition Mechanisms for IPv6 Hosts and Routers (RFC 4213) (58575 bytes)
- Use of VLANs for IPv4-IPv6 Coexistence in Enterprise Networks (RFC 4554) (23355 bytes)
- ISP IPv6 Deployment Scenarios in Broadband Access Networks (RFC 4779) (188511 bytes)
- IPv6 Enterprise Network Analysis - IP Layer 3 Focus (RFC 4852) (76199 bytes)
- Recommendations for Filtering ICMPv6 Messages in Firewalls (RFC 4890) (83479 bytes)
- Using IPsec to Secure IPv6-in-IPv4 Tunnels (RFC 4891) (46635 bytes)
- Local Network Protection for IPv6 (RFC 4864) (95448 bytes)
- Reasons to Move the Network Address Translator - Protocol Translator (NAT-PT) to Historic Status (RFC 4966) (60284 bytes)
- IPv6 Neighbor Discovery On-Link Assumption Considered Harmful (RFC 4943) (16719 bytes)
- IPv6 Transition/Co-existence Security Considerations (RFC 4942) (102878 bytes)
Relevant RIPE NCC Presentations
- [ RIPE Labs - IPv6 CPE survey|http://www.ripe.net/meetings/regional/moscow-2010/presentations/MH-LABS-CPE-20100905.pdf] (213 KB)
- IPv6 implementation AS8359 (281 KB)
Please add links to other useful documents and presentations.