Internet Powers Flip the IPv6 Switch
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published June 04, 2012
World IPv6 Launch day is this Wednesday, June 6.
Tags: Internet, IPv6
Most IT Departments Will Support IPv6 by 2013
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 27, 2011
70 percent of IT pros say they will update their websites within the next two years.
ICANN Moves Into IPv6 Era
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published February 04, 2011
With the last block of IPv4 addresses exhausted, the Internet transitions into a new era.
Tags: networking, Internet, ICANN, IPv6, IPv4
Juniper Expands IPv6 Migration Options
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published November 05, 2010
Moving from IPv4 to IPv6 is no easy task, as IPv4 access remains a requirement for service providers even as address space runs down.
Tags: networking, migration, Juniper, IPv6, Juniper Networks
FreeBSD to Upgrade Routing Architecture
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published August 24, 2009
FreeBSD 8.0 will get an overhauled routing architecture that takes advantage of parallel processing capabilities.
Tags: open source, virtualization, IPv6, FreeBSD, OSI
Net IP Addresses Growing, More Broadband
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 12, 2009
But no, the US is not the world's broadband leader.
Tags: video, broadband, servers, economy, IPv6
2008: Bigger Networks and the DNS Boogyman
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published December 18, 2008
We may take how we connect to the Internet for granted, but 2008 was a very big year for networking, good and bad.
Tags: Linux, Facebook, Cisco, policy, IPv6
A Networking Idea That's Out of This World
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published November 28, 2008
NASA's space internet will benefit networks on Earth and there is an open source version too.
Tags: networking, servers, IPv6, Storage
Internet Poised To Eat Itself?
By Chris Nerney | Article Published November 20, 2008
Internet Poised To Eat Itself?
Tags: Internet, broadband, infrastructure, IPv6, capacity, Nemertes, Point Topic
Windows 7 IT Pro Feature Watch List
By Dries Janssens | Article Published November 10, 2008
Windows 7 promises tons of bells and whistles for users, but here are the features IT professionals will want to keep a close eye on until the OS finally ships.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, Vista, policy, IPv6
DNS Client Behavior in Windows Vista and Server 2008
By Nirmal Sharma | Article Published October 31, 2008
Win Tip: DNS functions differently in the latest versions of Windows. For a quick explanation of DNS client behavior for DNS queries and registrations look no further.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, server, Vista, IPv6
AntiOnline Spotlight Tutorial: IPv6
By Dries Janssens | Article Published September 02, 2008
The transition to IPv6, while slow at present, is inevitable. Familiarize yourself with this network addressing scheme courtesy of AntiOnline computer security pro, Dries Janssens.
Tags: Windows, server, Vista, Intel, IPv6
Lots of Foot Dragging on IPv6
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published August 22, 2008
Study argues that IPv6 adoption and traffic are not ramping up as they should.
Tags: software, carriers, Juniper, InternetNews.com, IPv6
Has Vista Been Unfairly Savaged by the Media?
By Ronald Barrett | Article Published August 07, 2008
Given Vistas many steps forward, it seems that its been treated inordinately roughly. This may be because its parts are perhaps better than the whole.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, Vista, Dell, IPv6
NTT Donates IPv6 Bandwidth to Open Source
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 22, 2008
ISC, a host of the Linux kernel, Mozilla and FreeBSD, receives free transit from the Tier 1 carrier, with an eye to spurring IPv6 adoption.
Tags: open source, Linux, services, Mozilla, IPv6
What's Next for IPv6 in the U.S.?
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 08, 2008
With a federal mandate in place and an expected address crunch looming, is the country any further ahead in adopting IPv6?
Tags: services, management, IT, InternetNews.com, IPv6