Networking Conference 2011
Conference Name: Moving Ahead with IPv6
November 16-17, 2011: 8:00AM PST, 10:00AM Central, 11:00AM EST, 4:00PM London.
Length: 4 hours each day
Cost: $300 per person
Inside Products is sponsoring a web based conference focused on the upcoming transition and integration for IPv6.
The speakers we have invited are not just knowledgeable but are dynamic speakers. The agenda is as follows:
Agenda : November 16
Agenda : November 17
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IPv4 Transition Techniques : Eric Vyncke : Cisco
What transition techniques are being used today to
integrate IPv6 and IPv4 networks? Many different techniques
exist, each with their own strengths and drawbacks. In this
session, Eric will discuss the concepts, performance and
security aspects of techniques from the well known tunnels
6to4 and Teredo to the newer 6rd. As tunnels are not always
applicable, address family translation, also known as NAT64
will be described.
Eric Vyncke : Biography
||Eric Vyncke, a Cisco Distinguished Engineer is the author
of 'IPv6 Security' and an expert with many years of
experience. His specialties include IPv6 security, Cisco's IPv6
firewall implementation and IPv6 transition technologies. You may want to take a look at
Eric's book at: IPv6 Security|
IPv6 at Comcast : John Brzozowski : Comcast
This session will discuss the various technologies Comcast has trialed
as part of the company's ongoing IPv6 initiatives. The focus here
are the technologies and experiences specific to enabling IPv6 for
subscriber services like high speed data or Internet. Comcast has
learned a great deal about various technologies that are important to share with the community.
John Brzozowski : Biography
John Brzozowski is the Architect & Principal Engineer at Comcast. John provides technical leadership and guidance for the deployment of IPv6 across all of their services. He leverages his expertise and experience to drive the adoption and implementation of IPv6 in the real-world and at scale, ensuring that innovative solutions are in place to support traditional and next generation services. John has contributed significantly to many standards and technologies critical to the adoption of IPv6 globally, across voice, video, and Internet networks and services. He works closely with CableLabs on DOCSIS and PacketCable specifications, and is very involved with the IETF, where he is co-chair of the DHC working group as well as an active contributor on a range of IPv6 issues.
IPv6 Diagnostics : James Ashton : Inside Products
How do you start reading traces for IPv6? We need to start first with the changes in the IP
header and then move on to header chaining, and IPv6 tunneled traces. Deep packet inspection
will be one of the first requirements in transitional networks.
In this session, Jim will review use WireShark and TCP Problem Finder
to show packet traces for:
- FTP using IPv6
- IPv6 Teredo Tunneling
- DNS AAAA, A, and Multicast DNS
- 6to4 Tunneling
- IPv6 Tunnel Broker
James Ashton : Biography
James (Jim) Ashton is an Information Technology Consultant with extensive experience in telecommunications including over 30 years at IBM.
He is the worldwide leader of the Inside Products Network Performance Analysis (NPA) team.
Jim has published many technical disclosures and is co-inventor on three issued Patents concerning the management and measurement of communication networks. He has presented thousands of technical sessions in the Executive Briefing Centers, the IBM Technical Education Center, the IBM International Technical Support Center and as the IBM Network Products Technical Representative to the SHARE User Group.
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IPv6 for Small Medium Businesses: Easy or Hard? : Jeff Carrell : Network Conversions
Is your company network capable of supporting IPv6? Does your ISP support IPv6? These questions and more require answers, products, and solutions in order for the thousands of existing networks to support connecting to the Internet via IPv6.
This presentation will focus on the various network connected devices, how they can be configured for IPv6, and how an existing network can be connected to the Internet supporting full IPv6 connectivity, even if the ISP does not supply IPv6 capability. Discussion and examples of how to support IPv6 enabled applications and services will also be highlighted. In addition, a live demonstration network will include IPv4 and IPv6 (known as dual stack)..
Jeff Carrell : Biography
||Jeffrey L. Carrell is a network systems and security instructor, and course developer to HP Networking. In addition, Jeff is a network consultant on IPv6 systems interoperability and presents IPv6 lectures and hands-on labs at various technical conferences.
His involvement in the computer industry for 32 years has culminated in the concentration of his endeavors in the internetworking portion of the industry for over 25 of those years. His designs are in thousands of networks throughout the world. Jeff has enjoyed successful career advancements with several well-known network equipment manufacturers as a pre-sales consulting engineer and technical instructor. In an end-user position he has designed mission-critical/high-availability networks.
IPv4 and IPv6 : Marco Hogewoning : RIPE
What is the status of IPv6 address distribution in Europe? This session is presented by the Reseaux Internet Protocol Européens (RIPE) Network Coordinating Center (NCC). RIPE is one of five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) providing Internet resource allocations, registration services and coordination activities that support the operation of the Internet globally.
This session will be an an overview of the current situation in both the numbers and policy, including the challenges we all face in the transition to IPv6. Marco will discuss the statistics on IPv6 deployment in the RIPE NCC Service Region (IPv6 RIPEness) as well as observations from the Routing Information Services (RIS).
Marco Hogewoning : Biography
||Marco Hogewoning works as a Trainer for the RIPE NCC. His expertise includes: IPv6, RIPE and RIPE community, BGP and routing policies, LIR operations, and network design and engineering. Prior to joining the RIPE NCC in 2011, he worked as a Network Engineer for various Dutch Internet Service Providers. As well as designing and operating the networks, he was also involved in running the Local Internet Registries.
During 2009 and 2010, Marco worked on introducing native IPv6 as a standard service on the XS4ALL DSL network. In November 2010, this project was awarded a Dutch IPv6 award. Marco has been involved with the RIPE community since 2001 and was involved with various policy proposals over that period. In February 2010, he was appointed by the RIPE community as one of the co-chairs of the IPv6 Working Group.
IPv6 at Bechtel : Fred Wettling : Bechtel
Bechtel was in the forefront of the transition to IPv6, due in large part to the efforts of
Fred Wettling. What does it take to implement the integration of IPv6 at
an immense global organization as complex as Bechtel?
In this session, Fred will discuss their efforts, current status, and future
Fred Wettling : Biography
||Fred Wettling is a Bechtel Fellow. He manages architecture and planning for Bechtel Corporation, a global leader in engineering, construction, and project management. Fred is one of only 19 Bechtel Fellows-persons designated by Bechtel as leaders in their field of expertise. He is also active within and outside of Bechtel promoting standards-based technology interoperability that support global enterprise business needs. Network World selected Fred as one of the 50 most powerful people in networking in 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006. He is a member of the IEEE, North American IPv6 Task Force, IPv6 Business Information Exchange, IPv6 Forum, and chaired the Network Applications Consortium for 5 years. He is a member of several industry Technical Advisory Boards and served on the President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee. Fred has spoken at several conferences and is a co-author of the book “Global IPv6 Strategies”.
Fred is a motorcycle enthusiast who regularly enjoys scenic southeastern US back road mountains and valleys.
IPv6 and Cloud Computing : Dr. Ciprian Popoviciu : Nephos6
Tremendous opportunities and challenges lay ahead of IT
organizations, both enterprises and service providers. We are facing two major
inflexion points that are taking place at the same time, they have the
potential to change the competitive landscape and they are not straightforward
to implement. These are:
- The transition to IPv6
- The adoption of Cloud
The point often missed by the discussions on either of the two events is that the two
inflexion points, one dealing with scalability and the other with
agility, are tightly correlated. The right approach to pursuing next generation
infrastructures and ITaaS must deal with both of them simultaneously and
Dr. Ciprian Popoviciu : Biography
||Dr. Ciprian Popoviciu, the President/CEO of Nephos6, has over 13 years of experience working for Cisco in various technical and leadership roles. Prior to starting Nephos6, Ciprian managed the architecture team of Cisco’s Engineering Infrastructure Services organization where he defined the strategy and led the execution of the internal DC consolidation and transition to cloud. He is an industry recognized domain expert in IPv6 who, over the past 10 years worked on the strategy, architecture, implementation and validation of IPv6 adoption by large service providers and enterprises Worldwide. Ciprian worked with various governments on defining national level and agency level IPv6 strategies and standards. He also worked with product and test teams on specific IPv6 features and roadmaps towards IPv6 readiness. Ciprian authored two IPv6 books: “Deploying IPv6 Networks” and “Global IPv6 Strategies”. He co-authored 5 IPv6 related IETF RFCs and multiple IPv6 related patents. Ciprian is a frequent speaker to industry events and conferences and he is an active contributor to various technology and scientific publications. He taught IPv6 classes at several Universities and leads IPv6 training events for both executives and technologists.|
IPv6 Address Planning : Nalini Elkins : Inside Products
Many items have changed with IPv6 but none as dramatically as the addressing scheme. Even before you begin your transition, setting up your addressing profile will be critical. The very large IPv6 address space supports a total of 2128 (about 3.4×1038) addresses—or approximately 5×1028 (roughly 295) addresses for each of the roughly 6.8 billion (6.8×109) people alive in 2010. In another perspective, this is the same number of IP addresses per person as the number of atoms in a metric ton of carbon.
While these numbers are impressive, it was not the intent of the designers of the IPv6 address space to assure geographical saturation with usable addresses. Rather, the longer addresses allow a better, systematic, hierarchical allocation of addresses and efficient route aggregation. What you learned and used with IPv4 may not work as you might think with IPv6.
This session will review IPv4 address planning and then guide you through preparing an IPv6 address plan.
Nalini Elkins : Biography
Nalini Elkins, the CEO and Founder of Inside Products, Inc., is a recognized leader in the
field of computer networking. In addition to being an experienced
software product designer, developer, and planner, she is a formidable businesswoman.
She has been the founder or co-founder of two start-ups in the high-tech arena.
Nalini specializes in network performance analysis, measurement, monitoring, tuning, and
troubleshooting of large enterprise computing networks including TCP/IP and SNA. For
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