10-25-2009 12:00 AM PST thru 11-05-2009 01:00 AM PST
Welcome to the Cisco Networking Professionals Ask the Expert conversation. Service Provider and Enterprise network engineers are facing one of the major challenges since the inception of the Internet; the transition to IPv6. Several tools and techniques are available today to ease this major undertaking. This ask the expert session with Harold Ritter focuses on some of the tunneling techniques such as static tunnels, 6to4, isatap, 6rd and some of the translation mechanisms such as nat444, nat64, dual stack lite that will help network engineers reach their objective of making IPv6 ubiquitous. Harold Ritter is a technical leader with the Cisco Advanced Services Central Engineering team. He is responsible for helping Cisco top-tier Service Provider customers to design, implement and troubleshoot routing protocols and multicast, for both IPv4 and IPv6, and MPLS solutions in their environment. He is a regular contributor to CiscoLive. He has been a network engineer for more than 14 years. Harold is a CCIE (#4168) for Routing & Switching and Service Provider.
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