Clearcable IPv6 Case Study Clearcable has been involved with IPv6 since the early 2000s when commercial products began to emerge. In the early days, it was nothing more than testing, experimentation and lab use; however, by 2008, we had set out on a campaign to start educating our service provider clients on IPv6 and need to start implementing IPv6.Convincing them was a difficult task, and we did not make much headway; however, there were a…"IPv6 Addressing Plan Design for Service Providers"
You may have heard that ARIN’s IPv4 free pool ran out over two years ago. Since then, many organizations have decided to #Get6 and transition to IPv6. However, some of these IPv6 networks find they still need a small block of IPv4 addresses to help get their IPv4 customers and service to/from IPv6-only networks. Because the IPv4 free pool depleted, it’s not as easy to receive IPv4 addresses from the free pool these days. In…"Have You Heard About NRPM 4.10?"
Watch Communications IPv6 Case Study Watch Communications started as a telephone company back in 1902; I worked at Omnicity, where we had built a small IPv6 network prior to being acquired by Watch Communications in 2010. When we came on board, Watch Communications said they wanted to look into doing IPv6 too. Today we have every office IPv6-enabled and push IPv6 to our hosting customers. On the Internet service side, our biggest hurdle has been…"Make IPv6 Work For You, Not Against You"
A few weeks ago, I visited a former customer at their office. When I passed the coffee room, someone saw my IPv6 t-shirt and said, “Since you know everything about IPv6, why do we have a problem between server1 and server2? They are located on the same VLAN, and when we ping between them with IPv6 it’s unstable, but it’s 100% stable with IPv4.” This organization has a few hundred Windows 2008 (or newer) servers…"A Common Mistake with DHCPv6"
Communicate Freely IPv6 Case Study Communicate Freely in Port Perry, Ontario has 100% IPv6 availability to all customers. As the founder of the company, I made an executive decision to deploy IPv6 because it’s the right thing to do. As the only shareholder at the time, I didn’t have to convince others with an immediate return on investment and was able to make the decision on its technical merits. We wanted to be part of…"A Beautiful Way to Run the Network"
We’re diving into summer with a productive second quarter behind us! In this edition of ARIN Bits, you’ll learn about our new fee schedule, the ARIN fellowship program, key election dates, our 2017 annual report, tips from our Registration and Financial Services teams, and more. Did you miss last quarter’s edition? You can find all past editions on our ARIN Bits page. New Fee Schedule Effective 1 July At its 24 May 2018 meeting, the ARIN…"ARIN Bits: June 2018"
Redesigning any website is no small feat, and ARIN’s website is no exception. The ramp up to our Phase 1 preview at ARIN 41 included a full site audit, creation of the ARIN Vault, card sorting exercises involving staff and community, and paper prototyping with volunteers at ARIN 40. We formed a special cross-department team involving communications, operations, software development and user experience. It has been a wild ride so far. Next up will be…"ARIN Website Redesign – Phase 1 in Review"