Assigning a single IPv6 address to devices

I have been running IPv6 and IPv4 concurrently. At Cisco Live San Diego 2019  I shared some of my experiences with Jeffry Handal (I met him initially at CiscoLive Barcelona 2019)  and somewhow we ended up talking about IPv6 and how by default you receive multiple IPv6 addresses. To me, that was one of my frustrations, so my network is setup in such a way that it only assigns a single IPv6 address. It appears that such a setup is not very common. So I would like to share with you how my IPv6 network is configured.

“Hey Juniper, How’s the security state of my network?”

Juniper’s adoption of AI/ML presented at Security Field Day 3.

Texmex Nachos from the oven

We #Cisco Champions do not only talk about tech, but also talk about our other passions, like cooking. This is my Texmex Nachos recipe.

PoC on Network API’s

A sample use case of what is possible when you bring two great technologies together

FTD access policy behaviour

In a previous blog I’ve written about the differences between Firepower Threat Defense and ASA software. And although the basic OS appears to be ASA with Snort set in between ASA ingress and egress, some basic concepts of the ASA (or actually the PIX) have dissappeared in FTD. And it will have an impact once you migrate from ASA (with or without firepower) to FTD devices.

Enabling Intent-Based with Airwall

Enabling Intent-Based with Airwall

One of the things presented by Tempered Networks at XFD3 was the extensive programmability capabilities of Airwall. Everything you do in Conductor can also be preformed leveraging a REST API. I think this is a really good feature that can really demonstrate the...

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