Planning for IPv6 (Google eBook)

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"O'Reilly Media, Inc.", Sep 6, 2011 - Computers - 82 pages
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It's official: with IPv4 network addresses close to depletion, moving to IPv6 is now business critical. This concise book helps you plan for IPv6 integration by providing a high-level overview of the technical—and nontechnical—steps involved. Many of the challenges for your enterprise are on the organizational level, and solutions differ from company to company.

IPv6 Essentials author Silvia Hagen, a protocol analysis and directory service expert who's worked with IPv6 international groups and forums for 10 years, supplies answers to the issues most frequently discussed by the clients she consults. With this guide, IPv6 project leaders and planning team members learn how to develop a cohesive integration strategy for building the next-generation network.

  • Make a business case by focusing on the opportunities IPv6 offers
  • Create a high level design and conduct a network assessment
  • Develop a plan for evaluating vendors and products, and building labs and testing
  • Understand routing protocol choices, security designs, and DNS issues
  • Discover how to create an IPv6 address plan and manage IPv6 addresses
  • Learn the available integration and transition technologies, and the scenarios they cover
  

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Contents

Chapter 1 The Business Case
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Chapter 2 Planning for IPv6
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Chapter 3 Integration and Transition Technologies
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About the author (2011)

Silvia Hagen is the author of the successful book "IPv6 Essentials" published by O'Reilly. She is owner and CEO of the Swiss Consulting and Education company Sunny Connection, which specializes in IPv6 and network and application performance troubleshooting. She has worked with IPv6 for more than 10 years by writing, teaching, and consulting enterprises in Europe and the United States for the integration of IPv6. She is the president of the Swiss IPv6 Council, which is a non-profit platform to support the integration of IPv6 in Switzerland. As a result of these activities, Switzerland was the first country to reach a double digit user adoption rate (10% in April 2013) and has therefore received the Jim Bound Award of the International IPv6 Forum for IPv6 World Leadership.

In her private time, Silvia likes to read, listen to music and go to concerts, meet with friends, be out in nature walking with her dog, and tend to her garden.

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