The Dallas / Fort Worth Cisco Users Group




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The DFWCUG is an organization in Dallas TX that works with and helps organize new Cisco Users Groups in the US.

The Dallas / Fort Worth Cisco Users Group
 


 Meetings

Our monthly meetings are always held at 6:30pm on the first Wednesday of each month... attendance is free but please become a member by signing up for our Meeting Announcements mailing list.

 

 

Our Next Meeting

Date

Wednesday March 3, 2021

Topic

Connecting IPv6-only to IPv4-only Networks using DNS64 & NAT64

There are many reasons why an IPv6-only environment makes sense. We review organizations building IPv6-only networks and how they are accessed by (or are able to access) legacy IPv4-only systems and applications. The popular method of performing this translation between IPv6-only and IPv4-only systems is to use DNS64 to "fix-up" the DNS resolutions, and use NAT64 to statefully translate the connection protocol. We review how DNS64 and NAT64 work together and then demonstrate several implementations of these technologies in a virtual lab environment.

Speaker

Scott Hogg, CTO and Co-Founder - Hexabuild.io

Scott Hogg is CTO and a co-founder of HexaBuild.io, an IPv6 consulting and training firm. Scott is a CCIE #5133 and CISSP #4610 with over 25 years of network and security experience. Scott actively works on cloud systems, possessing many AWS certifications along with the CCSK and CCSP cloud security certifications. Scott is the author of the A Cloud Guru course Rapidly Deploying IPv6 on AWS. Scott is Chair Emeritus of the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force (RMv6TF), and a member of the Infoblox IPv6 Center of Excellence (COE). Scott has authored the Cisco Press book on IPv6 Security and also writes for NetworkWorld.com

 


Scott Hogg

Time

6:30-9:00 PM - Presentations & Networking with your fellow packet-heads

 

Location

PLEASE NOTE THIS MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE VIA WEBEX DUE TO COVID-19. THE DFWCUG MONTHLY MEETINGS WILL BE VIRTUAL UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

 

WEBEX MEETING LINK: Register Here.

 

Our Next Meeting Sponsor

No Meeting Sponsor For March 2021

 

 
 

Our Last Meeting

Date

Wednesday February 3, 2021

Topic

IPv6 Core Functionality

Although IPv6 has been "around" for almost 22 years, few production networks are actually configured for full IPv6 communications. It is not that networking technologists do not want to implement IPv6, there just has not really been compelling reasons to do so. However, now is the time to understand and "come to grips" with the new protocol. It is not really that hard to do, it is just a little different, and change is sometimes not welcome in a network.

This session will explain the core functionality of IPv6 and how to focus one's attention to IPv6 packet details with Wireshark.

Speaker

Jeff Carrell, Networking and Big Data Instructor/Course Developer - Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Jeff Carrell is a Networking & Big Data Instructor at Hewlett Packard Enterprise and participates in course development.

Jeff is a frequent industry speaker, technical writer, IPv6 Forum Certified Trainer, and prior to HPE was a network instructor and course developer to major networking manufacturers. He is a technical lead and co-author for the book, Guide to TCP/IP: IPv6 and IPv4, 5th Edition and lead technical editor on Fundamentals of Communications and Networking, Second Edition. Jeff has been in the computer industry since 1979, built his first LAN in 1986, and is a long-time user of Wireshark.

 


Jeff Carrell

 

   
 

Our Last Meeting Sponsor

No meeting sponsor for February 2021

 

 

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