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31 May, 2016 11:00 AM
How are you Deploying IPv6? Take this Survey by Jordi Palet Martinez — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 08:56 AM

After 15 years conducting training on IPv6 in over 110 countries, I’ve been asked all sorts of questions. “How do I use my IPv6 addressing space?” “What prefix size should I provide to customers?” Although I have answers to these and many other best practice related questions, the one question, which I have not been able to answer to the best of my ability, is “What is the approach of other ISPs?”. So I decided to find out.

12 Steps to Enable IPv6 in an ISP Network by Jordi Palet Martinez — last modified 23 Nov, 2018 12:38 PM

This document is not intended to be a comprehensive and detailed technical digest of how to deploy IPv6 in an ISP network that currently has IPv4. Instead it is an executive summary of the 12 fundamental steps, not including services (DNS, web, email, etc.), for native IPv6 support and the maintenance of IPv4 as a transparent service.

IPv6 Deployment Survey Update by Jordi Palet Martinez — last modified 16 Oct, 2017 08:27 PM

Last year, I initiated a small survey to understand what approaches ISPs in Europe are taking to deploy IPv6, eventually expanding it to a global survey.

IPv6-only? IPv4-as-a-service? by Jordi Palet Martinez — last modified 03 Nov, 2017 11:09 AM

We are starting to hear “IPv6-only” more often. However, it doesn't seem to be clear what exactly this means. I will attempt to explain it in this article.

Twelve Steps to Enable IPv6 in Government and Enterprise Networks by Jordi Palet Martinez — last modified 26 Nov, 2018 11:12 AM

In the first part of this two-part series, I shared a recent IPv6 deployment case study I worked on for a government network in the LACNIC region, concentrating on the hereditary peculiarities in the network that we had to overcome, many of which are common among government and organisational networks worldwide. This second post is a quick guide to the necessary steps such networks will face during an IPv6 deployment project.