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EVENT
gogoNET LIVE! 3: Enterprise wide Migration. http://gogonetlive.com
November 12 – 14, 2012 at San Jose State University, California
Agenda: http://gogonetlive.com/4105/gogonetlive3-agenda.asp

PRESENTATION
BlueCat Networks: IPv6 Solutions for Enterprise
Presentation video: http://www.gogo6.com/video/bluecat-networks-ipv6-solutions-for-enterprise-by-heath-ramsey-at
Interview video: http://www.gogo6.com/video/interview-with-heath-ramsey-at-gogonet-live-3-ipv6-conference

SPEAKER
Heath Ramsey - BlueCat
Bio/Profile: http://www.gogo6.com/profile/HeathRamsey

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  • 1. IPv6 Made EasyMaking the Transition to IPv6 with IPAMNovember 13th, 2012
  • 2. Discussion Highlights•  What is DDI?•  How does DDI relate to IPv6?•  DDI and the Enterprise IPv6 Migration•  Questions
  • 3. What is DDI?
  • 4. What is DDI? DNS, DHCP, IP DDI Address Management
  • 5. What is DDI? DNS, DHCP, IP Address Management It’s about the management of your name and address infrastructure
  • 6. Why DNS, DHCP and IPAM? DDI products help manage the name and address space of an organization.       Addresses   IPAM   DHCP           Names   DNS    
  • 7. Dynamic Hosts Dynamic hosts typically account for the largest type of assigned IP address.  Dynamic  Host     IPAM   DHCP     client.example.com       172.16.200.100       DNS    
  • 8. Static Hosts Static hosts typically represent vital assets or older hosts that are not dynamic.       Sta4c  Host   IPAM   DHCP   www.example.com       38.99.150.71       DNS    
  • 9. Network information Other information includes network assignments and size of network. Network   IPAM   DHCP   172.17.0.0/16   DNS  
  • 10. How Does DDI Relate to IPv6?
  • 11. How Does DDI Relate to IPv6?•  DNS –  Allocating and tracking IPv6 hosts –  Tracking dual-stack hosts through DNS•  DHCP –  Allocating and tracking IPv6 addresses –  Assigning IPv6 options and client settings•  IPAM –  Allocating and tracking IPv6 networks and addresses –  Discovering IPv6 addresses in use –  Tracking and managing dual-stack hosts
  • 12. How Does DDI Relate to IPv6?•  DNS –  Allocating and tracking IPv6 hosts –  Tracking dual-stack hosts through DNS IT’S CRITICAL•  DHCP –  Allocating and tracking IPv6 addresses TO IPv6! –  Assigning IPv6 options and client settings•  IPAM –  Allocating and tracking IPv6 networks and addresses –  Discovering IPv6 addresses in use –  Tracking and managing dual-stack hosts
  • 13. DDI and the Enterprise IPv6 Migration
  • 14. IPv6 Migration—Where to Start?•  You have to understand the current state of your network to implement an appropriate IPv6 migration plan X   X   X   X   X   X  
  • 15. IPv6 Roadmap with DDI Discover •  Document existing IPv4 network and equipment Where am I starting from? •  Understand existing (if any) IPv6 capabilities Plan •  Determine what IPv6 capabilities are going to be usedWhere/when do I want to go? •  Understand what equipment may need to be updated Model •  Model IPv6 space to determine optimal design How do I want to travel? •  Understand devices to be updated and how Map •  Map existing IPv4 space to proposed IPv6 space •  Document updates to existing devices What route should I take? •  Document which devices will need to be added/replaced Implement •  Deploy IPv6 capable DNS and DHCP Taking the trip •  Deploy IPv6 capable network equipment
  • 16. Where Are We Today?Gartner recommends enterprises should: •  Conduct an inventory of IPv4 addresses and utilization •  Assess your current IPv6 readiness •  Develop an IPv6 road map focused on communicating with external IPv6 endpoints Internet Protocol Version 6: It’s Time for (Limited) Action – Dec, 2010Successful IPv6 implementations require DDI
  • 17. Where Should You Be? Discover •  Document existing IPv4 network and equipment Recommended  by  Gartner   Where am I starting from? •  Understand existing (if any) IPv6 capabilities Plan •  Determine what IPv6 capabilities are going to be used Recommended  by  Gartner  Where/when do I want to go? •  Understand what equipment may need to be updated Model •  Model IPv6 space to determine optimal design How do I want to travel? •  Understand devices to be updated and how Map •  Map existing IPv4 space to proposed IPv6 space •  Document updates to existing devices What route should I take? •  Document which devices will need to be added/replaced Implement •  Deploy IPv6 capable DNS and DHCP Taking the trip •  Deploy IPv6 capable network equipment
  • 18. Step 1: Discover•  Centralize data as much as possible to discover inter-dependencies Spread- DHCP sheets Network DNS Discovery IPAM Database
  • 19. Step 2: Plan DNS and IPv6 SLAAC or DHCPv6?•  IPv6 DNS makes use of AAAA •  DHCP is not needed in IPv6 records because of SLAAC•  Build IPv6 strategy that works •  SLAAC is easy but requires for your organization router configuration and –  A/AAAA for each host record maintenance –  Separate A and AAAA records •  SLAAC does not provide for each host robust auditing or reporting –  Separate zones for A and AAAA •  DHCPv6 drives network records control and compliance when•  Make sure your DNS can used with an IPAM tool handle IPv6 •  Do research and make an•  Consider reverse space informed decision on automatic management in IPv6 addressing
  • 20. Step 3: Model Manage IPv4 and IPv6 address space from the same view Model and organize IPv6 network space Map business logic to IP networks Track all IPv6 networks used in your organization
  • 21. Step 4: Map 172.17.33.0/24  WiFi   172.17.127.0/24   WiFi   172.17.215.0/24   FD01:78F4:8E1F:F::/64   172.16.18.0/24   172.16.7.0/24   172.16.66.0/24   172.16.151.0/24   FD01:78F4:8E1F:E::/64   172.16.4.0/24   172.16.10.0/24   172.16.22.0/24   FD01:78F4:8E1F:D::/64   172.16.1.0/24   Wired   Wired  
  • 22. Step 5: Implement User Credentials UserBlacklists WAPAllowed DNS Sites Network Network LocationQuarantine Controls Address Sandbox DHCP Allowed Routes Switch Time on Network Device MAC Address Protocol Implementation Tracking, Auditing, and Usage
  • 23. Conclusion
  • 24. DDI is Critical to IPv6Leveraging DDI, organizations will be able to: •  Track IPv6 networks IPAM products provide tools to model and track networks •  Discover existing IPv4 and IPv6 space Track stateless IP address usage directly from routers •  Integrate dynamically assigned IPs Allocate stateful IP addresses through DHCP server integration •  Map IP addresses to names Provides a single source for all name and address information •  Track “dual-stacked” systems Map IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to a single system for tracking
  • 25. Questions?
  • 26. Thank YouHeath Ramsey – hramsey@bluecatnetworks.comDirector, Global Enablement