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IPv4 Address Transfer Process

IPv4 exhaustion is a real issue for large parts of the world. IPv6 is the long-term solution, but it doesn’t solve today’s problems facing ISPs. Alternatives are needed – either CGN, or purchasing more IPv4 blocks on the open market. Recently I’ve been involved in the purchase & transfer process – here’s my notes on […]

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DHCPv6 on Juniper SRX-110 – Progress

Last year I posted about my frustrations with getting the DHCPv6 client working on a Juniper SRX-110. I am pleased to report that Juniper has now released 12.1X46-D10.2, which resolves at least some of my issues. I couldn’t find it documented in the Release Notes anywhere, but the parser now allows you to have “client-ia-type ia-pd”, without […]

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DHCPv6 Client on Juniper SRX-110

Juniper recently released 12.1X45-D10 for the SRX-110. The key new feature for me was DHCPv6 Client support – finally! It’s still new, and buggy, and I wouldn’t rush it into production, but if you need DHCPv6 client support, it’s here. These are my notes on how I’ve configured it to get it working. Background: The […]

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