Tag Archives: security
NAT came into existence because of IPv4 address scarcity. With IPv6, that reason disappears. So, if we no longer need to multiplex addresses, should we retain NAT?
Once my little Mikrotik RB951-2n was working properly, I decided to give it a proper packet filter. My IPv6 hosts are all quite capable of defending themselves, but a packet filter at the border reduces traffic on the network, plus … Continue reading
Well, NZNOG 2013 has come and gone – and Into6 was there! We delivered two IPv6 security tutorials and a half-hour talk on same. Attendance seemed good, and the level of interest was very high.