Posts Tagged ‘IT infrastructure’

By Nicholas Greene Data centers have long formed the backbone of our increasingly digital society. Without them, the technological lifeblood of our civilization essentially vanishes altogether. The fact is, we’re already incredibly reliant on computers and networking, and that’s not going to change any time soon. What will change – what is changing – is [...]

Dark Reading’s Kelly Jackson Higgins is reporting that many providers and vendors, including Google, AT&T, Facebook and others – plan to officially go live with IPv6 on this year’s IPv6 Day (June 6). This might sound familiar, as it was last June that more than 400 organizations — including Google and Facebook – enabled IPv6 standards on their websites. Last year, [...]

By Daniel P. Dern What does the coming of IPv6 mean for companies relying on IPsec for secure site-to-site and remote VPN connections to the company network? “Nothing would change,” says Rainer Enders, CTO, Americas, for NCP engineering. “From an end-user point of view, there is zero impact at the application layer. Using IPv6 instead [...]

By Daniel P. Dern What does the coming of IPv6 mean for companies relying on IPsec for secure site-to-site and remote VPN connections to the company network? “Nothing would change,” says Rainer Enders, CTO, Americas, for NCP engineering. “From an end-user point of view, there is zero impact at the application layer. Using IPv6 instead [...]

IPsec’s longevity is about more than IPv6

Posted: 11th August 2011 by VPN Haus in 64-Bit, IPv6
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By Nicholas Greene We already know that IPsec is here to stay, especially since it’s such an integral part of IPv6. So, how did IPv6 become so ingrained with IPsec? Why was IPsec developed in conjunction with IPv6, and how did it get to where it is today? To answer these questions, let’s quickly revisit [...]