Testo decisamente completo e chiaro in tutte le sue parti Se li dovessi trovare un difetto sarebbe la troppa superficialit per alcuni argomenti per me interessanti in ogni caso include tutti i riferimenti necessari agli rfc per completare la preparazione I am finally biting the bullet and learning IPv6 and this book La Communauté: Entretiens. L'intégrale gave me a lot ofood ideas on how to proceed Excellent book dedicated to the majority of IPv6 issues Silvia Hagen s 3d edition of IPv6 Essentials is a thorough presentation of the s 3d edition of IPv6 Essentials is a thorough presentation of the landscape It starts with inviting reasons to dive Into IPv6 Despite Many IPv6 despite many us not perceiving pressure to make the transition I found the book samples promising and I am Périples imaginaires: TRILINGUE FRANCAIS-ITALIEN-ANGLAIS glad that I bought the book IPv6 Essentials is not a casual read but a tremendous resource I did read through it as a book but it s like a textbook only a lot less expensive It is intended to serve as a reference as well as auide to the subject to while readable it is filled with RFC references It is not a series of tutorials on cranking up IPv6 services but a deep and broad survey of the subject the RFC s and related materials It is NOT a regurgitation or reprint of RFC s but a thorough analysis and presentation Every chapter Hugo Pratt, trait pour trait gets into RFC s related to that topic be it Why IPv6 IPv6 Addressing The Structure of the IPv6 Protocol Security with IPv6 for example and each is peppered with RFC and other references The book is worth money for just the chapter by chapter topical collection of rela. If your organization isearing up for IPv6 this in depth book provides the practical information and uidance you need to plan for design and implement this vastly improved protocol Author Silvia Hagen takes system and network administrators engineers and network designers through the technical details of IPv6 features and functions and provides options for those who need to integrate IPv6 with their current IPv4 infrastruc.
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To Identity And Directories Thanidentity and directories than IP addresses It is oing to take eons before we see the last of IPv4 but IPv6 transition is inevitable This book provides extensive details on the transition technologies as well as the reasons to move forward You already have IPv6 running somewhere like all your Windows and Linux systems and uite possibly your tablets and phones and you already have vulnerabilities related to running both stacks even if your ISP does not offer IPv6 You might as well understand the transition issues and the existing IPv6 traffic Get used to breaking the new picture down Develop plans to analyze document isolate protect based on understanding IPv6 The detailed breakdowns of the issues the RFC references the byte by byte explanations of what happens under the hood are packed into IPv6 Essentials The book is a challenge but it is worth it especially for Security engineers consultants and developers who need to understand what is oing on at the byte level Ms Hagen explains the what is oing on at the byte level Ms Hagen explains the ties in the RFCs diagrams the structure of the packets and extensions provides examples of network captures and protocol analysis and provides the insight that you need to continue on your own Well written book about the new technology in a manner I can use. E Address detectionNetwork related aspects and services Layer 2 support Upper Layer Protocols and ChecksumsIPv6 security Hergé, fils de Tintin general practices IPSec basics IPv6 security elements and enterprise security modelsTransitioning to IPv6 dual stack operation tunneling and translation techniuesMobile IPv6 technology for a neweneration of mobile servicesPlanning options integration scenarios address plan best practices and dos and don'. Ted RFC s at end of each chapter but it provides so much There is a very thorough explanation of the basics of what happens on the wire with examples of network capturesprotocol analysis throughout the book The approach ives you #Insight On Which You Can Build There # on which you can build There many explanations of the various v4 to v6 transition problems Security problems are highlighted throughout the bookI found myself re creating her packet captures and etting used to seeing the new structures and thoroughly understanding the context based on her detailed documentation of understanding the context based on her detailed of IPv6 works I have after doing so and seeing how much IPv6 is already flowing developed a sense of urgency I have a new perspective We are vulnerable to IPv6 issues even if we are not officially transitioning It s everywhere basically an out of band network that we re all running without necessarily seeing it There are references to Security issues throughout the book as well as the chapter dedicated to the subject You Hergé get many insights into areas for concern weaknesses that we can t leave behind with IPv4 as well as new challenges with IPv6 but no hesitation to proceed She addresses the benefits of dropping NAT for the ability to see the client and makesood arguments for working around our NAT mentality to look at Security from other perspectives Does NAT really do that much for your security It s not like NAT helps a whole lot in our egress concerns It s not like NAT helps when the intellectual property. TureThe flood of Internet enabled devices has made migrating to IPv6 a paramount concern worldwide In this updated edition Hagen distillsthan ten years of studying working with and consulting with enterprises on IPv6 It's the only book of its kindIPv6 Essentials covers Address architecture header structure and the ICMPv6 message formatIPv6 mechanisms such as Neighbor Discovery Stateless Address autoconfiguration and Duplicat. ,