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IPv6: What, Why, How presentation slides

This presentation/tutorial by Jen "Furry" Linkova introduces those familiar with IPv4 to IPv6. It covers both "executive" and highly technical topics, with slight bias on security and privacy.

Please click on the slides for higher-resolution and "live" versions (with up-to-date IPv4 address space exhaustion data) and use the buttons to navigate. You may also download a PDF file with all of the slides (591 KB, no "live" data).

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[ IPv6: What, Why, How (Slide 1) ] [ IPv4 Address Distribution (Slide 2) ] [ Lies, Damned Lies, Statistics (Slide 3) ] [ You have two choices: spend less... (Slide 4) ] [ ...or earn more! ;-) (Slide 5) ] [ Is it still enough? (Slide 6) ] [ IPv6 Address Format (Slide 7) ] [ IPv6 Address Examples (Slide 8) ] [ Find the Mistake (Slide 9) ] [ IPv6 Address Types (Slide 10) ] [ Link-local Addresses (Slide 11) ] [ Multicast Addresses (Slide 12) ] [ Global Unicast (Slide 13) ] [ Unique Local Unicast Addresses (ULA) (Slide 14) ] [ ULA Address Format (Slide 15) ] [ Interface Identifier - How to configure (Slide 16) ] [ Extended Unique Identifier EUI-64 (Slide 17) ] [ IPv6 Header Format (Slide 18) ] [ IPv4 Header Format (Slide 19) ] [ IPv6 Header (Slide 20) ] [ Extension Headers (Slide 21) ] [ Extension Headers Processing (Slide 22) ] [ Options Headers (Slide 23) ] [ TLV-encoding (Type-Length-Value) (Slide 24) ] [ Fragment Header (Slide 25) ] [ Control Protocol(s) (Slide 26) ] [ ICMPv6 (Slide 27) ] [ MULTIfunctions of MULTIcast (Slide 28) ] [ Neighbor Discovery (ND) (Slide 29) ] [ Neighbor Discovery diagram (Slide 30) ] [ ND-proxy (Slide 31) ] [ ARP is Dead, Long Live ND! (Slide 32) ] [ Anycast (Slide 33) ] [ IPv6 Node Configuration (Slide 34) ] [ Interface Autoconfiguration (Slide 35) ] [ Duplicate Address Detection (Slide 36) ] [ StateLess Address Auto Configuration (SLAAC) (Slide 37) ] [ Your Router Is Your Neighbor! (Slide 38) ] [ Router Advertisement (Slide 39) ] [ RA: possible options (Slide 40) ] [ How to secure ND (Slide 41) ] [ How to secure ND (cont.) (Slide 42) ] [ Neighbor Discovery (ND): Give me the place to stand, and I shall move the earth (Slide 43) ] [ Cryptographically Generated Address (Slide 44) ] [ CGA Verification (Slide 45) ] [ SEND: SLAAC protection (Slide 46) ] [ Big Brother is watching you! (Slide 47) ] [ Privacy Extensions for SLAAC (Slide 48) ] [ Default Address Selection (Slide 49) ] [ Fragmentation (Slide 50) ] [ IPv6 Fragmentation (Slide 51) ] [ IPv6 & DNS (Slide 52) ] [ Migration (Slide 53) ] [ Tunnelling (Slide 54) ] [ Tunnel brokers (Slide 55) ] [ Address Translation: NAT64 (Slide 56) ] [ Fragmentation & NAT64 (Slide 57) ] [ IPv6 Advantages (Slide 58) ] [ Myths and Legends: "How can I remember..." (Slide 59) ] [ Myths and Legends: "I don't want it, I don't need it..." (Slide 60) ]

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