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    Cisco Press – Cisco Self-Study Implementing IPv6 Networks (IPV6)

    By Raiy Wong | June 4, 2010

    With the proliferation of Internet devices that require a globally unique host address such as handhelds, 3G phones, and other wireless devices, the supply of Internet addresses available will soon be exhausted. Cisco Self-Study: Implementing Cisco IPv6 Networks (IPV6) shows you how to use Version 6 of the Internet Protocol to stay ahead of the curve, safeguard against running out of address space, avoid awkward address-expansion efforts, and apply the power of the new Internet to meet your needs over the coming decades.

    Complete with practical examples that show the real-world application of IPv6, Cisco Self-Study: Implementing Cisco IPv6 Networks (IPV6) presents in-depth technical coverage of designing, configuring, deploying, and debugging IPv6 on Cisco routers. Within, you’ll find strategies for management, integration, and international implications. To help you remember key concepts, each chapter ends with challenging review questions that test your knowledge of the subject matter. Whether you are searching for a comprehensive reference to the new version of the Internet Protocol or require a solutions-based implementation guide based on official Cisco content, Cisco Self-Study: Implementing Cisco IPv6 Networks (IPV6) is your complete networking resource for this valuable and inevitable technology.

    Design, build, configure, and support networks based on Version 6 of the Internet Protocol

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