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We lit IPv6. This is what happened. Jeff Goeke-Smith Notacon 9 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

We lit IPv6. This is what happened. Jeff Goeke-Smith
Notacon 9

Synopsis

The world is nearly out of IPv4 addresses. IPv6 is the path forward, but this road is rocky. For the last year, Jeff has been working on enabling IPv6 on a university network, one subnet at a time. This is the story of what happened and what we’ve learned in the process.

Bio

For the last 10 years, Jeff has operated, maintained, built, and now designs networks for Michigan State University. Jeff holds a bachelor’s of computer science. His experience ranges from systems administration, to security, despite officially working on a network.

 

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