Posted on 2011-02-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
in order to implement the ipv6 in our enterprise in future i would like to have a fair idea about ipv6. i just went thru some of info but couldnt get many points. i would like to go thru an easy guide which tells about ipv6 in a simpler way

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woolmilkporc earned 125 total points
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Has many links, as usual ...


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>i would like to go thru an easy guide which tells about ipv6 in a simpler way
There is not one, you either understand it or you don't; IPv6 is NOT something you can learn in a week. Have patience and keep tackling the theory and concepts and eventually you will start to understand. One of the first things you can do to familiarize yourself with IPv6 is setup a lab to mimic your network, run through some basic theory, apply it, then move on to more advanced theory and then apply it. IPv6 is a much more simpler protocol than IPv6, just an additional 96 bits of space, a much more efficient header, some great extensions.

Good Luck
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bevhost earned 125 total points
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Here is my IPv6 training slides.

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thanks all, i need to read and learn from the links you all provided, highly useful those links, thanks

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