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10 What most companies get from ARIN In total, that range is only 3,566 blocks of /24!!!

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19 Off-premises (Public) Off-premises (Hybrid) Microsoft Azure WAP System Center On-premises (Private)

20 Assign dedicated and shared resources Development Datacenter oneDatacenter twoLogical and standardized Diverse infrastructure Cloud abstraction Delegated capacity Standardized services Development

21 Extend your datacenterto Azure by creating VMs in private networksConnect individual computersto Azure VMs and virtualnetworks using Point to Siteconnectivity without VPNdeviceWindows Server 2012 R2inbox gateway toconnect virtual networks inprivate cloud and Azure Connecting Private Clouds to Microsoft Azure Virtual Network Your datacenter On premises Subnet 1 Subnet 2Subnet 3 DNS Server Individual computers behind corporate firewall VPN Gateway VPN Device Site-to-Site VPN Remote workers VPN Device

22 Your datacenter On premises

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25 Since Windows Vista and Server 2008R2 there has been a new networking stack in the OS Network Interface Layer Transport Layer (TCP/UDP) Application Layer Network Interface Layer Application Layer TCP/UDP IPv6IPv4IPv6IPv4 Older TCP/IP Networking Stack (Dual-Stack)New TCP/IP Networking Stack (Dual IP Layer) Notice, you can’t really “remove” or “turn off” IPv6

26 2001:470:1f05:d37:202c:7674:c4c2:4fa8 Each : divides the address along 16-bit boundaries And the address is represented in HEX 4-bits is called a nibble 16-bits is called a hexadectet or hextet for short. Informally it is called a quibble (short for quad-nibble) Link-local will have a Zone ID (also called Scope ID) represented by the % after the IPv6 Address

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48 In a Microsoft Private Cloud with System Center Virtual Machine Manager you can do IPv6

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54 In a Microsoft Private Cloud with Windows Azure Pack with HNV you can do IPv6 But it will NOT work unless you have built out SCVMM, HNV and NVGRE correctly

55 But NAT is not available with IPv6 and the Gateway will not be there unless it is set up for IPv6 IPv4 with HNV and NVGRE will provide NAT and Gateway options IPv4 IPv6

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94 Big Picture Goals Support of IPv6 in Windows Server 2012R2 Support of IPv6 in Private Cloud with HNV Support of IPv6 in Public Cloud (Azure)

95 ProtocolPrivate CloudHybrid CloudPublic Cloud IPv4 Yes – fully supported Dual-stack Maybe – limited and difficult to enable consistently No – limitation of Public Cloud No – not available IPv6 Yes – fully supportedNo – limitation of Public Cloud No – not available

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100 Come Visit Us in the Microsoft Solutions Experience! Look for Datacenter and Infrastructure Management TechExpo Level 1 Hall CD For More Information Windows Server 2012 R2 Microsoft Azure System Center 2012 R2 Azure Pack cloud/products/windows-azure-pack

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106 WAN Firewall Internet SCVMM NVGRE Gateway Blue tenant Red tenant Hyper-V host 1 site A Blue tenant Red tenant Hyper-V host 1 site B IPv6 SCVMM Controlled NVGRE Tunnel Default Gateway for Blue tenant IPv6 NVGRE Gateway Default Gateway for Red tenant IPv6 Layer 3 IPv6 Forwarding between NVGRE Gateways


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