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Irish IPv6 Summit

We’ve talked about IPv6 several times in the past. The Irish IPv6 Summit is being held in Dublin Castle today and will feature speakers from both Ireland and overseas. This year’s summit is using the “clock is ticking” motif ie. time is running out. The event is split into sections which cover various user scenarios: […]

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IPv6 Adoption?

Image via Wikipedia Leo Vegoda posted an interesting article today on CircleID about ipv6 deployment and adoption. While Leo admits that measuring ipv6 isn’t an exact science he was able to identify that the African region (AfriNIC) is announcing more ipv6 space than any of the other regions, including Europe. So what about Ireland? Sixxs […]

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IPv6 Getting More Press Coverage

It’s interesting to see that the media has been giving some more coverage to IPv6 over the last couple of days. I was interviewed by ENN yesterday afternoon for a piece they put out in the evening: EC urges speedy adoption of IPv6 Basically the EU is beginning to take an interest so there may, […]

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Scheduled Network Maintenance Monday 12th of November

When: Monday 12th of November @ 22:00 What: Migration of CAR’s and Firewalls into a single vlan We’re moving the Customer Access Routers and firewalls into a single vlan so as traffic exchanged between the firewalled and unfirewalled network segments doesn’t need to go into the distribution layer of our network and hence is switched […]

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