Twelve Steps to Enable IPv6 in Government and Enterprise Networks
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 netwo…
“Regarding monitoring, I've just recently have had a interessing experience. The just recently brought out Flow and Packet performance suite Steel Central from Riverbed is still lacking proper IPv6 support. I was very surprised that IPv6 isn't still not handled at the same priority as IPv4 in terms of development. So it's not always the engineers that may hesistate the extra or double effort when setting monitoring up, sometimes it's just the lack of IPv6 support in the monitoring tools. However, the post-sales guy from Riverbed promised improvement of IPv6 support on the road map.”
You're right, I should have mention that in most situations is not the engineer, are the tools. However, there are many "free" tools that may alleviate this, in case your vendor still didn't got it.
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