Posts Tagged ‘IPv6’

IPv6: Looking Back on Year One

Posted: 19th June 2013 by VPN Haus in IPv6
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It was only one year ago that the world welcomed the launch of IPv6, the long-anticipated solution to the problem of the world running out of IP addresses. In its first year, IPv6 has started to take root. Take a look at Google’s IPv6 adoption chart, for example, and you will notice that the growth […]

CSO – Could China blocking VPNs lead to spying on business? IT Business Edge – BYOD in 2013: Yes, It Is Going to Get Worse Ars Technica – IPv6 takes one step forward, IPv4 two steps back in 2012 eWeek – Targeted Attacks, Weak Passwords Top IT Security Risks in 2012 Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

CSO – Could China blocking VPNs lead to spying on business? IT Business Edge – BYOD in 2013: Yes, It Is Going to Get Worse Ars Technica – IPv6 takes one step forward, IPv4 two steps back in 2012 eWeek – Targeted Attacks, Weak Passwords Top IT Security Risks in 2012 Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

We recently spoke to NCP engineering’s Swen Baumann about split tunneling and its role in IPv6, and how to best deploy it when working remotely.  VPN Haus: How is split tunneling impacted by IPv6 dual-stack networking? Swen: The main thing to remember is, split tunneling needs to be specifically configured. For instance, in a “dual-stacked” […]

IPv6 Day 2012 – The Aftermath

Posted: 21st June 2012 by VPN Haus in IPv6, Uncategorized
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Now that we’ve had a few weeks to consider the aftermath of IPv6 Day 2012, we wanted to look into what the industry is saying are the key takeaways – so far – from this year’s event, in which thousands of organizations switched over to IPv6 – permanently. After all, IPv4 website addresses are essentially exhausted, while […]