The DirTeam.com/ActiveDir.org Weblogs are now available on IPv6

In the last couple of years, doomscenarios have crossed our pathes.
Stories about impending shortages of IP addresses and ISPs about to go bust.
These stories, of course, were all related to IPv6.

I've also heard these stories and decided to take action.

In my last post I mentioned the DirTeam.com/ActiveDir.org Weblogs were now hosted by my employer on a highly available virtual machine in a carbon neutral datacenter in Haarlem, near Amsterdam in the Netherlands. In this setup we've been working close with some networking dudes to get dirteam.com available as an IPv6-enabled website. This way, the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs are ready for the future.

If you're still on IPv4 you should not notice any changes and can remain using the website and our blog(s) as you’re used to. If you're one of the lucky few with a pure IPv6 (with IPv4 tunnel) connection, you may find the website load a bit faster.

If you do notice anything failing, let me know.

Author: Sander Berkouwer

Sander Berkouwer is CTO at SCCT, a Dutch Microsoft Partner. He is the author of the Active Directory Administration Cookbook, speaker and blogger at DirTeam.com and ServerCore.net. He is awarded Microsoft MVP, Veeam Vanguard and VMware vExpert. Since 2009, Microsoft has awarded Sander with the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. Since 2016, Veeam has awarded Sander with the Veeam Vanguard award.

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