From the monthly archives:

December 2003

Connecting IPv6 Routing Domains Over the IPv4 Internet by Brian Carpenter, Keith Moore, and Bob Fink

Everything you wanted to know about the IPv4 to IPv6 transition and more, in this Cisco publication

“Of great concern to transition strategy planners is how to provide connectivity between IPv6-enabled end-user sites (also known as routing domains) when they do not yet have a reasonable (or any) choice of Internet Service Provider (ISP) that provides native IPv6 transport services. One way to provide IPv6 connectivity between end-user sites (when native IPv6 service does not exist) is to use IPv6-over-IPv4 encapsulation (tunneling) between them, similar to the technique currently used in the 6bone [5] IPv6 testbed network.”

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My Inner Dwarf">My Inner Dwarf

December 31, 2003

I took the test. It came out wrong. I self selected “Grumpy.” Maybe I’m not always Grumpy. Maybe I’m sometimes Dopey. Or Sneezy. Or Bashful. Or Doc. Or Happy. Or Sleepy.

In truth I have a lot of Dopey in me. But then, sometimes I’m almost Sneezy. There are days you’ll find me Happy. I’m seldom Bashful anymore, but it wasn’t that long ago that this dwarf hobbled me a bit. Doc? There’s really only room for one Doc. But I’m often Sleepy, and that’s for sure. I don’t think we need feel bound by only one inner-Dwarf. In fact, I sometimes wonder if I don’t have a little Snow White in there somewhere too.

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A Top Ten List or Three…">A Top Ten List or Three…

December 30, 2003
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Some of the 2003 Sandhill Offerings…

December 30, 2003
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Jerry Mathers">Leave it to Jerry Mathers

December 30, 2003
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How Cool!

December 29, 2003
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