[ipv6hackers] my IPv6 insecurity slides
fred at fredbovy.com
Sat Nov 26 11:16:01 CET 2011
and much more
and people like cisco do not advertize their sites as their sites are not 100% IPv6. Some of their pages and links send you to IPv4 pages:
and they want to keep intact the idea that migrating applications to IPv6 is Evil and Dangerous !!!
Better rely on the new NAT64/DNS non scalable Translator than migrating applications just like:
the 1949 referenced IPv6 Applications there:
Here is a presentation that shows how to upgrade applications to support IPv6:
It is not that difficult and I can offer my service with a guarantee that the customer will not pay me if the solution does not work!
It is no more difficult that any protocol migration we have seen in the past:
Airlines Mission criitcal applicationq moving from Mainframes to dumb terminal first migrated to NETBios LAN solutions then to TCP/IP
IBM SNA Critical Transactional Banking and Assurance application moving from SNA Hierarchical to SNA peer to peer (APPN LU6.2) then to TCP/IP
MICROSOFT NETBios Applications moving to TCP/IP
DECNET Phase IV to Phase V (OSI with CLNS and ISIS) to TCP/IP
NOVELL IPX Applications moving to TCP/IP
APPLETALK Apllications moving to TCP/IP
No need for any tools or transition protocols.... Just a new protocol
In the 90s we did much more during the DOWNSIZING period... We moved a lot of HIGHLY CRITICAL APPLICATIONS FROM MAINFRAMES DOWN TO PCs or RISC Workstations TCP/IP based platforms.
Now you want me to buy that IPv4 to IPv6 is so special that we need 50 more years of testing?
IPv6 was designed with the requirements of a public network for the Y2Ks where IPv4 was designed for a military network in the late 70s... Tou know Jim Morisson, Jimmy hendrix... LONG TIME AGO!!!
IPv6 is the next generation protocol and a much better protocol than IPv4 PERIOD
Le 26 nov. 2011 à 01:48, Peter Bruderer a écrit :
> On 26.11.2011, at 02:22, Fernando Gont wrote:
>> On 11/25/2011 04:56 PM, Owen DeLong wrote:
>>> + There is already content that is only available on IPv6.
>> Can you list at least five sites that are IPv6-only?
>> Given that you can get USD 3/month IPv6/IPv4 hosting, I think that
>> anybody that took the decision to put such content IPv6-only should
>> probably be fired.
> we got:
> hmmmm and then there are a few schools in Taiwan ...
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