January 24, 2012

Application Visibility and Control for IPv6

As a result of the increasing trend of IT consumerization, IT departments are seeing an increased amount of employee-provided or guest devices on their networks, including laptops, smartphones, and tablets.

These devices typically run operating systems that support IPv6 by default and in fact prefer to communicate with IPv6 where possible, using tunneling in certain circumstances.

The Cisco® App Velocity Borderless Network service allows you to identify and classify IPv6 traffic on your network, even if the traffic is encapsulated in a tunnel.

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Cisco has posted one of its well-known “At-A-Glance” documents, this one summarizing enterprise challenges in today’s mixed IPv4 and IPv6 networked environments. The document describes Cisco’s App Velocity Borderless
Network service and its components, many of them Cisco IOS Software features, that allow you to identify and classify IPv6 traffic so that you can enforce security and quality of service (QoS) policies in mixed-protocol networks and troubleshoot them.

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