Presented by: John Lalande
Time: 11:40-12:00 PM
The Space Science & Engineering Center has run an IPv6-enabled web server and departmental network for nearly eight years. We’re one of the relatively few departments on campus that’s taken the IPv6 plunge and have learned some lessons along the way. I can talk about what’s worked for us, what hasn’t, what problems we’ve run into and what we’re seeing in terms of adoption rate from remote users of our web sites.
For departments considering deploying IPv6, what are some of the potential benefits and risks, and how widely is it really used outside of the University?