As of a couple of weeks ago, I began my adventure into IPv6. My ISP does not currently support native IPv6, so I used Hurricane Electric’s (HE) tunnel broker service http://tunnelbroker.net. I also opted to use their DNS service (minimally) and start their IPv6 certification process. While they have some documentation it is still a bit lacking. I had to fill in some gaps, but overall it’s enough to get started.
A couple of years ago I had the privilege of attending a seminar about electronic privacy and security led by former FBI computer crimes investigator Michael Bazzell. If this is your first time hearing that name or digging into this topic I highly encourage you to visit his websites, listen to his podcasts, and/or read his book. His blog is a great place to start. You can find it here: https://computercrimeinfo.
Note: I apologize for the loss of the screen shots. When I transferred my blog host the images were lost and I did not yet have a backup copy. Being that I actually enjoy networking and it’s not just a job, I like to explore new and different technologies. I also like to continue to learn and branch into areas where I’m not as comfortable. One of these areas being firewalls.