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Deploying IPv6 Networks.

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Deploying IPv6 networks.

Popoviciu, Ciprian et al.

Cisco Press

2006

627 pages

$55.00

Hardcover

TK5105

This handbook is intended for those in the middle of deployment as well as those with little or no experience is also designed to be used as a study guide. It covers the case for IPv6, current conditions and practice, an IPv6 refresher, delivering IPv6 unicast services, routing protocols, implementing QoS, providing multicast services, VPN IPv6 architecture and services, advanced services and IPv6 mobility, securing and managing networks, and network performance considerations in the coexistence of IPv4 and Ipv6. Case studies include a generic deployment planning guideline and deploying IPv6 in an MPLS service provider network, in an IP service provider network, and in an Enterprise network.

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