Category Archives: IPv6

CCNA Certification Changes 2013 Summary

On 26 March 2013, Cisco announced new CCNA certifications.. Here is my interpretation of the changes. In a nutshell ICND1 is now considerably harder, absorbing much of the ICND2 content (IPv6, ACLs, VLANs and OSPF) while ICND2 seems to be … Continue reading

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Just how many IPv6 addresses are there? Really?

When I began this article I planned to debunk a couple of myths show that the number of IPv6 addresses is not really as huge as people made out. I have logic to show that really there is only a … Continue reading

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IPv6 addresses to be allocated as /56 slices. Or will they?

[WARNING: This article may include language that may offend Service Providers, and include terms that are incomprehensible to the non-IPv6 aware] Today while I was discussing today about how Service Providers should allocate IPv6 addresses to home-user type customers, I … Continue reading

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