9781428322394

Guide to Ipv6: Understanding, Analysis, and Implementation

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  • ISBN13:

    9781428322394

  • ISBN10:

    1428322396

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/1/2015
  • Publisher: Course Technology

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Summary

Stay on the cutting edge of the information technology industry by learning to understand and implement Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). If you're working or planning to work in today's information technology environment, you know the importance of staying current. Designed to keep you current, Guide to IPv6: Understanding, Analysis & Implementation explores the IPv6 protocol and how it is best employed in today's networks, including Microsoft, Linux, and Cisco. The book begins by highlighting the limitations of its predecessor, IPv4. It showcases IPv6's design objectives, and shows how they aim to overcome the limitations of IPv4, and how they will meet the needs of computer networks for decades to come. With this understanding, coverage then progresses to a detailed examination of the new protocol's base architecture, including a discussion of packet structure, addressing, and IPv6 subnetting. Armed with these core essentials, readers are presented with information on how to implement this new protocol, and finally, with an in-depth look at its migration strategies, including configured tunnels, ISATAP, Teredo, NAT46-64/PT and 6to4 tunnels.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Need for Ipv6 Chapter 2 Ipv6 Packet Structure Chapter 3 Ipv6 Address Architecture Chapter 4 Understanding Ipv6 Addressing Chapter 5 Ipv6 Subnetting Chapter 6 Basic Ipv6 Configuration Chapter 7 DHCP for Ipv6 Chapter 8 ICMPv6 Chapter 9 ICMPv6 Neighbor Discovery Chapter 10 Ipv6 Router Renumbering Chapter 11 Multicast Addressing Chapter 12 Ipv6 Multicast Listener Discovery Chapter 13 Routing Ipv6 Chapter 14 Ipv6 Deployment and Migration

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