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Thread Network

Thread is not a new standard, but rather a combination of existing, open source standards such as IEEE and IETF that define a uniform, interoperable wireless network stack enabling communication between devices of different manufacturers. 326 more words


[IPv6] No support from Supermicro ipmi protocol

As we slowly move towards IPv6 only deployment, we sometimes reach a situation where there is now simple solution.

This time we found that supermicro out of band management cards are not accessible via ipmi protocol over IPv6. 257 more words


ISATAP failing with error 0x490

ISATAP can be very useful if you need to manage out from a machine with an IPv4 address to a machine with an IPv6 address. This is commonly used where DirectAccess has been deployed as all DA clients will be using IPv6. 225 more words


VCSA 6.5: The mysterious dependency on the IPv6 protocol - Part 1

Starting from vSphere 4.1, IPv6 support has been introduced to the virtual platform from VMware. It is enabled in the vCenter Server Appliance by default and can be controlled in VCSA 6.0 and 6.5 from the Direct Console User Interface (Customize System > Configure Management Network > IPv6 Configuration). 280 more words


eBGP using IPv6 in Juniper JunOS

Hi All

In my earlier post on VRRP https://networkzblogger.com/2017/04/15/vrrpv6-and-tracking-in-junos/ we looked at VRRPv6 and how VRRP tracking is working on receiving the Ipv6 default route. As that blog was mainly focusing on VRRP, so didn’t explained anything on Ebgp relationship over Ipv6 and IPV6 default route however in this post I will be mainly focusing on it. 1,260 more words