IPv6 is badly designed. Constant updates make us uncertain. Lack of features make us unwilling.
Its true that we are faced with billions of new devices being connected to networks but its not necessary true that every device will need a unique and publicly routable IPv6 address. Lets do a case study on an IOT-enabled car.
Containers, IPv6 and “SDN DNS” is why DNS is critical to your network architecture and day-to-day operations. At the same time, “DNS operations” doesn’t seem to be getting the attention considering how critical it is to network, servers and DevOps alike. I wonder if I am missing something.
That means only AfriNIC has plenty of addresses. If you love IPv6, now is your chance to stampede ARIN and claim all the IPv4 addresses you can. We won’t see any serious upgrading until the ipocalypse is forced onto everyone. Burn, waste and consume those IPv4 addresses, make the future brighter 🙂 ARIN now […]
On the 20 January 2011, I wrote about the “End of the Internet”. In Sep 2012, we are witnessing the ongoing apathy of IT managers and leaders to even discuss the problem. When it can be avoided, IT leaders will continue to ignore the problem and fail to plan for the future. This week, RIPE […]