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  • Author:
    Karl A. Siil
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    Wiley; 1 edition (March 10, 2008)
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Here's the guide you need for a smooth transition to IPv6 Ready or not, IPv6 is coming. While every enterprise will have some individual issues to manage, this guide will help you decide on a transition strategy, develop a plan, execute it, and. While every enterprise will have some individual issues to manage, this guide will help you decide on a transition strategy, develop a plan, execute it, and verify progress. You'll understand the common tasks and recognize the risks and limitations of IPv6. Follow the guidelines, use the checklists, and you will find that making the transition is no longer intimidating; in fact, it may even require fewer resources than you anticipate. Handle your transition as you would any large-scale technology.

IPv6 has been mandated by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for the . federal government to deploy ideally by June 2008, and significant gaps in the knowledge of how to accomplish that have been discovered

IPv6 has been mandated by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for the . federal government to deploy ideally by June 2008, and significant gaps in the knowledge of how to accomplish that have been discovered. This book fills the need to have a single reference source on how to undertake an IPv6 transition on an enterprise network scale.

by Siil, Karl A. Published by : Wiley, (Indianapolis, Ind :) Physical details: xxviii, 474 p. : ill. ; 25 c. IPv6 (protocole de reseaux d'ordinateurs). ; 25 cm. ISBN: 0470191198 Subject(s): TCP/IP (Computer network protocol) Internet. TCP/IP (protocole de reseaux d'ordinateurs).

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IPv6 Mandates: Choosing a Transition Strategy, Preparing Transition Plans, and Executing the Migration of a Network to IPv6. IPv6 Know how to design and implement an IPv6 production-level network using the book's templates and examples Have the ability to configure and troubleshoot IPv6 networks Know where IPv6 developments are moving in the futureLarge IPv6 production deployments worldwide are proof that the transition to the next generation of the IP protocol is no longer merely. a prediction-IPv6 is now touching all aspects of IP networking and communications.

IPv6 Mandates : Choosing a Transition Strategy, Preparing Transition Plans, and Executing the Migration .

IPv6 Mandates : Choosing a Transition Strategy, Preparing Transition Plans, and Executing the Migration of a Network to IPv6.

How to Choose the Right Strategy for Your IPv6 Migration. Robert W. Fischman, Steve Grassi.

Hence, today majority of the Internet service providers are not able to arrive at a decision on when is the right time for them to deploy IPv6 in their network and services. This whitepaper provides a view of typical timelines and high level approach involved in IPv6 migration considering residential broadband service as an example. How to Choose the Right Strategy for Your IPv6 Migration.

Unlike IPv4, IPv6 devices do not require manual configuration during IP assignment or device numbering . IPv6 mandates: Choosing a transition strategy, preparing transition plans, and executing the migration of a network to IPv6. Indianapolis, IN: Wiley.

Unlike IPv4, IPv6 devices do not require manual configuration during IP assignment or device numbering, since when you connect IPv6 device to another similar device, they will automatically configure themselves. According to my personal view, IPv6 is better than the former IPv6.

Waiting to address IPv6 carries a risk of lost communication, revenue and customers. With the depletion of IPv4 addresses, more organizations are encouraged to transition over to using IPv6 addresses. Many organizations are noticing the benefits of the built-in security features of IPv6.

Here?s the guide you need for a smooth transition to IPv6. While every enterprise will have some individual issues to manage, this guide will help you decide on a transition strategy, develop a plan, execute it, and verify progress. You?ll understand the common tasks and recognize the risks and limitations of IPv6. Follow the guidelines, use the checklists, and you will find that making the transition is no longer intimidating; in fact, it may even require fewer resources than you anticipate.

Coiriel
Karl has been studying IPv6 for a number of years from unique viewpoints inside a number of corporate and government networks. He's made pioneer explorations of IPv6 network deployments and growth. He has also had extensive experience inside government networks and organizations.

In this book he offers advice about managing the coming IPv6 deployment and the issues in particular in a large network. His humorous style makes the reading easy, and it is easy to skip around the book to find parts of particular interest.

This book is not an intro to IPv6 (which is available in many places), though it contains introductory material, of course. It is for the network manager, particularly the government network manager, dealing with the mandates to roll this "new" technology out.
Malaunitly
Started reading the book IPv6 mandates in December, after first chapters, I couldn't stop reading it. I did use every possible time to continue reading. I was looking for IPv6 facts and rationale to be used when discussing with decision makers, information about the reason for deployment of IPv6 beside the technical advances. I found it as a great source of information, knowledge and know how, a well structured, easy to understand book.

The book is not only focused on the technical matters. Karl Sill, the writer is modestly explaining his long professional experiences. This book is really a gold mine for individuals who currently are or in future will be involved in the IPv6 transition either as catalyst, project manager, Network architecture, even CIO:s should read this book.

A big thanks to Karl who generously shares his unique and global experiences from involvement in different IPv6 projects with the interested readers. Both advantages and draw backs (areas you should seriously making analysis) are discussed, great information about references (where to find more detailed information).

At last but least, the book gives you lots of very useful knowledge such as high level understanding of the technology, hints on IPv6 strategy, planning the deployment, during the deployment phase and even about the what you may need to cover after the deployment. In other words go for it, buy it or borrow from the library or from your friend!
Hrguig
I'm a software developer likely to be writing some new software soon that will need to be IPv6-savvy. So I've been picking up many books to learn more, and this book was one of them.

Altho I don't expect I'd ever be responsible for an IPv4->6 transition (which is the main focus here), this is exactly the book I would want to find. It provides a lot of practical details on all the steps of this complex project, from planning, pilots, risks, to execution and support thereafter, is very well structured, and well written. It provides a lot of information, both on the technical aspects, and on the planning and logistics of such a transition (with a nice balance of technical and non-technical aspects). I learned a lot from it.

The author obviously knows his subject!