Wednesday, April 27, 2011

My presentation from the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Summit

My presentation given at the Rocky Mountain 2011 IPv6 Summit is available here. The presentation title is Deploying IPv6 in a Microsoft Enterprise Network and the abstract for the presentation is below:
Level: 100/200
Abstract: The presentation is focused on the basic deployment items that system and network administrators need to pay attention to for Enterprises networks that are primarily Microsoft focused.
Topics covered include default IPv6 behavior of different Windows OS's, when transition technologies are enabled, what Microsoft products will use IPv6 and deployment guide modifications for Exchange, DirectAccess, Forefront UAG and TMG.
In addition, if time allows, some design challenges around DHCP and DNS and how Windows 7 will behave vs Apple OSX or Linux implementations.

Feel free to provide feedback or corrections - please note I use the notes field for a lot of reference items so please look through those for details.

Also, if you are interested check out Sam Bowne's YouTube video about the IPv6 RA Flood DOS issue for Windows7 and Server 2008R2 and please see his site too for additional IPv6 info and presentations.
- Ed

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