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Show 37 — Even More IPv6 Ready Than Last Week

A short episode this week because of the daylight savings change in the US and Greg didn’t schedule things correctly.


Terry Slattery http://www.netcraftsmen.net

Tom Hollingsworth http://networkingnerd.wordpress.com | Twitter: @NetworkingNerd

John McManus http://etherealmind.com/author/mcmanusj/ | Twitter: @_johnmcmanus_

Matthew Norwood http://networktherapy.wordpress.com @matthewnorwood

and last, and the very least.

Greg Ferro  http://etherealmind.com| Twitter @etherealmind

Topic 1 — Cisco UC or Microsoft Lyncs

What’s the difference ? Does anyone care ?




Topic 2 — Data Cabling

Talking more about MPO cabling and data centre cabling design. Which led into a discussion about data centre floors, power density, suspended cabling floors, contained hot or cold aisles and other related topics.

Greg had a blog post http://etherealmind.com/notes-physical-connectors-40-100-gigabit-ethernet/.

Topic 3 — IPv6 and NAT

Because we haven’t discussed it enough yet.

Carrier Grade NAT. Deep Packet Inspection and the pathways is forces onto the traffic flows.

Topic 4 — Designing the Network from the Ground Up

How do you approach design a network form the ground up ?


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Greg Ferro

Greg Ferro is the co-host of Packet Pushers. After surviving 25 years in Enterprise IT with only minor damage, he uses his networking expertise for good in the service of others by deep diving on technology and industry. His unique role as an inspirational cynicist brings a sense of fun, practicality and sheer talent to world of data networking and its place in a world of clouds.

He blogs regularly at http://etherealmind.com and the podcasts are at http://packetpushers.net.

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