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Network Automation, IPv6, and Beyond

Preparing a Network for IPv6

The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) is the entity responsible for handing out IP addresses for the Internet. During a recent study they determined that available IPv4 addresses, the ones we are most familiar with today with four groups of numbers, is coming...

IPv4 to IPv6: What Investors Need to Know

A very large investment opportunity is being overlooked by most Investors in tech as it is, quite frankly, overlooked by most of humanity. The Internet is a force and that force is undergoing a forklift upgrade as we speak. The Internet Assigned Name Authority (IANA)...

2012: The Year for IPv6 Adoption

Without question, 2011 was a significant year for IPv6, the essential next-generation Internet addressing protocol. The year’s notable IPv6 news included highly publicized announcements by Regional Internet Registries (RIR) on depleted IPv4 resources, and the start of...

6connect Software Upgrade Visually Displays Entire IPAM Environment

Get the most out of existing IPv4 space, See Future IPv6 needs, Clean-up Data, Save Time, Cut Costs Network automation pioneer 6connect, today announced Internet Protocol Address Manager (IPAM) version 3.2, a software upgrade that provides the ability to see the...

Terremark Veteran Anna Claiborne Joins 6connect as VP of Engineering

Spreadsheets are Obsolete with Automated IP Address Management (IPAM)   REDWOOD CITY, Calif. - Jan. 10, 2012 - 6connect, the first network automation platform to help usher in IPv6, today announced that Anna Claiborne has joined the company as VP of Engineering to...

6connect Releases v3.0 Internet Protocol Address Management Software

First IPAM Integration of ARIN RESTful Web Services API Automates Tasks, Saves Time, Cuts Costs REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. – Oct. 4, 2011 – 6connect, the first network automation platform to help usher in Internet Protocol v6, today announced the release of version 3.0 –...

Traditional IPAM Won’t Work in a v6 Environment

The complexities of managing v6 networks are far different from those of a v4 network. Traditional IPAM (IP Address Management) applications don’t automate subnetting, SWIPs, allocation requests, etc. Instead they merely – albeit quite effectively – turn spreadsheets...

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