If you’re ready to join the move to IPv6, this comprehensive guide gets you started by showing you how to create an effective IPv6 address plan. In three example-driven sections—preparation, design, and maintenance—you’ll learn principles and best practices for designing, deploying, and maintaining an address plan far beyond what’s possible with IPv4 networks.
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During the course of the book, you’ll walk through the process of building a sample address plan for a fictional company. Enterprise IT network architects, engineers, and administrators will see firsthand how IPv6 provides opportunities for creating an operationally efficient plan that’s scalable, flexible, extensible, manageable, and durable.
- Explore IPv6 addressing basics, including representation, structure, and types
- Manage risks and costs by using a three-phase approach for deploying IPv6
- Dig into IPv6 subnetting methods and learn how they differ from IPv4
- Determine the appropriate size and type of the IPv6 allocation you require
- Apply current network management tools to IPv6
- Use IPv6 renumbering methods that enable greater network scale and easier integration
- Implement policies and practices to keep IPv6 addresses reachable