Éric Vyncke is an Area Director for the Internet Area of the IETF.
He currently works at Cisco in the Emerging Technology & Innovation group where he focus on standards, IPv6, telemetry, and security. He joined Cisco in 1997. Éric is also the co-chair of the Belgian IPv6 Council since 2012. His previous work at the IETF were around IPv6, and information model, he is also the co-author of two network security books about layer-2 and IPv6. Finally, Éric is an associated professor at the University of Liège, Belgium, where he graduated with a M.S. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in 1983.
When not reading internet-drafts, Eric enjoys flying Cessna planes and gardening in his garden in Belgium.
|RFC 3585||Aug 2003||IPsec Configuration Policy Information Model||4 RFCs|
|RFC 5514||Apr 2009||IPv6 over Social Networks|
|RFC 7381||Oct 2014||Enterprise IPv6 Deployment Guidelines||2 RFCs|
|RFC 7404||Nov 2014||Using Only Link-Local Addressing inside an IPv6 Network||3 RFCs|
|RFC 8801||Jul 2020||Discovering Provisioning Domain Names and Data||1 RFC|
|RFC 9099||Aug 2021||Operational Security Considerations for IPv6 Networks||4 RFCs|
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