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- Subject: IPv6 Integration
- From: [email protected] (Eichhorn, Michele M.)
- Date: Mon, 2 Mar 1998 06:20:15 -0500
There are four books available re IPv6. The three that deal with
implementation and the protocol itself are:
* IPv6, The New Internet Protocol, Christian Huitema. This book
was interesting as Dr. Huitema was there at the beginning and gives a
lot of insight into the history of its development.
* IPng and the TCP/IP Protocols, Implementing the Next Generation
Internet, Stephen A. Thomas. Really gets into the nuts and bolts,
however, some changes have occurred since its release. Really good
description of real-time support.
* Implementing IPv6, Migrating to the Next Generation Internet
Protocols, Mark Miller. This is the newest of the bunch (1998)
therefore more up-to-date. Comprehensive as well. It may be tough to
find as I'm not sure its available yet. I think our library got an
early release but it should be out very soon. The book comes with a
CD-ROM which includes transition mechanisms and strategies as well as
the RFCs. By the way, the RFCs are really very interesting. There are
links within the 6bone home page.
* Network World had a good article last year. (www.nwfusion.com)
You should be able to do a search to find it.
> * http://techweb.cmp.com/nc/901/901colmoskowitz.html Another
> article, more recent, enumerates some reasons to start dedicating
> resources to IPv6.
* www.techweb.com (search IPv6) will give you about 50+ articles
on the subject. There is a link there to AltaVista search, however, it
generates something like 7500 hits (too much)
Hope this helps.
> From: Anthony Funkhouse[SMTP:[email protected]]
> Sent: Friday, February 27, 1998 11:22 AM
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: IPv6 Integration
> Good Afternoon,
> I just recently started researching IPv6 and I am having difficulties
> finding any halfway descent information on this topic. If anyone can
> help me in locating any whitepapers or information I would appreciate
> it. Thank you and have a great weekend.
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