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Deploy360 5 June 2014

Video: Balancing End-user IPv6 Security and End-to-end Connectivity (RIPE 68)

How do we balance security and functionality for end-users? Should IPv6 customer premise equipment(CPE) have a firewall enabled by default? In this lightning talk from Ragnar Anfinsen, learn about efforts within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to create a Best Current Practice document addressing this problem. Ragnar gives an update on where the IETF is on this question, and then solicits input from the audience and the operator community. The current version of the Internet draft, draft-ietf-v6ops-balanced-ipv6-security, can be found in the IETF document repository.

Ragnar’s talk, entitled “Balancing End-user Security and End-to-end Connectivity” is now available for viewing from the RIPE 68 site, and the slides are available for download.

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After watching, check out our page on deploying IPv6 and IPv6 security to learn more about deploying IPv6 securely.

If you are not sure where to start with IPv6, check out our “Start Here” page with suggestions for different types of networks and users.

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