Juniper try to define "IPv6 Capable"
WebWire report WebWireｮ | Juniper Networks Launches 'IPv6 Capable' Report to Aid Federal Agencies in Understanding Technical Requirements of IPv6
that Juniper have published a report to try and define what it means to "IPv6 Capable". Given that many contracts are trying to future proof new equipment purchases, this is a wise move, as there is lots of room for equivocation here (from: we will have an upgrade path... to: it is supported - but not what features are supported).
Juniper Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: JNPR) today announced the launch of its report, IPv6 Capable: A Guide for Federal Agencies, to provide technical guidance for the transition to IPv6 by June 2008, as mandated by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). This report will assist federal agencies in understanding and meeting technical goals based on their unique requirements and missions, while achieving high-level objectives outlined by OMB.
Posted by mofoghlu at May 16, 2006 3:49 PM