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Ipv6 Network Administration : Teaching the Turtle to Dance (Paperback) (Niall Richard Murphy & David

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For an obscure networking protocol, IPv6 has caused an inordinate amount of fuss. Over-hyped, under-sold, acclaimed, scuppered, and resurrected over the past couple of years, IPv6 is finally making its way into software and hardware operating systems, with Cisco, Microsoft, and Sun adopting it as a standard. IPv6 Network Administration provides you with the information you need to plan, implement, and administer IPv6 services and software in your network.

A must-have for network administrators everywhere, the second edition of this practical guide delivers an even-handed approach to IPv6, including its benefits and potential downsides. You’ll learn what works, what doesn't, and what’s practical when upgrading your networks from IPv4 to IPv6.

  • Understand how IPv6 compares to the current IPv4 protocol
  • Learn basic IPv6 configuration and troubleshooting on a variety of platforms
  • Find out how the Web, firewalls, DNS, and e-mail interact with IPv6
  • Add IPv6 support to your in-house software

For an obscure networking protocol, IPv6 has caused an inordinate amount of fuss. Over-hyped, under-sold, acclaimed, scuppered, and resurrected over the past couple of years, IPv6 is finally making its way into software and hardware operating systems, with Cisco, Microsoft, and Sun adopting it as a standard. IPv6 Network Administration provides you with the information you need to plan, implement, and administer IPv6 services and software in your network.

A must-have for network administrators everywhere, the second edition of this practical guide delivers an even-handed approach to IPv6, including its benefits and potential downsides. You?ll learn what works, what doesn't, and what?s practical when upgrading your networks from IPv4 to IPv6.

  • Understand how IPv6 compares to the current IPv4 protocol
  • Learn basic IPv6 configuration and troubleshooting on a variety of platforms
  • Find out how the Web, firewalls, DNS, and e-mail interact with IPv6
  • Add IPv6 support to your in-house software
Number of Pages: 308
Genre: Computers + Internet
Sub-Genre: Networking / General, Networking / Network Protocols
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Oreilly & Associates Inc
Author: Niall Richard Murphy & David Malone
Language: English
Street Date: August 30, 2017
TCIN: 46776701
UPC: 9781491912591
Item Number (DPCI): 247-52-0871
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