36/8 and 42/8 to APNIC

The IANA IPv4 address space registry now shows 36/8 and 42/8 being allocated to APNIC

36/8 and 42/8 to APNIC

The IANA IPv4 address space registry now shows 36/8 and 42/8 being allocated to APNIC

Verizon advocates IPv6 Planning,

Verizon Business posted a news release encouraging US CIOs to investigate IPv6. It also released a video podcast.

BalanceNG V3 now available with IPv6 SLB support

The availability of IPv6 support with BalanceNG V3 has just been announced with immediate effect.

Complete info at openPR.

RIPE updates the IPv6 Address Types Cheat Sheet


http://www.ripe.net/ipv6-address-types/

Source: @rfc3849 on Twitter

CFS Adds BETA IPv6 support

CFS, A Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall, Login/Intrusion Detection and Security application for Linux servers, has added BETA support to their firewall:



5.04

Added BETA IPv6 support. See csf.conf for more information on the new
settings: IPV6 IP6TABLES IPV6_ICMP_STRICT IPV6_SPI TCP6_IN TCP6_OUT
UDP6_IN UDP6_OUT

New CLI option csf –status6 (csf -l6) added to list ip6tables rules

 

Changed temporary DENY and ACCEPT working file formats to use a
different record separator to cater for future IPv6 support

 

Advanced Allow/Deny Filters now use | as the separator character to
cope with IPv6 addresses. Legacy support remains for the old :
separator for IPv4 addresses, though these should also now use | as
the field separator

 

In Server Check report, don’t issue IPv6 warning if only ::1/128 is
bound to a NIC (i.e. loopback)

 

Upgraded Net::CIDR::Lite to v0.21

 

Upgraded from IP::Countries to Geography::Countries



Read more about CFS: http://www.configserver.com/cp/csf.html