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Автор: Iljitsch van Beijnum
Жанр: Сетевые технологии
Качество: eBook (изначально компьютерное)
Количество страниц: 289
Описание: This is a book about running the IPv6 protocol in heterogeneous environments. It will tell you how to enable the protocol on Windows, MacOS, FreeBSD, Linux, and Cisco routers, and, up to a point, on Juniper routers. The intent behind the book is to present a clear view of the aspects to IPv6 that are of interest to those who’ll be running and administrating the protocol, not to bombard the reader with unnecessary details.
This book is a little different from most technical books. Rather than explain IPv6 as a more or less self-contained technology, most chapters deal with the impact that IPv6 has on a particular aspect of IP networking, such as configuring hosts (Chapter 2), routing (Chapter 4), the DNS (Chapter 5), applications (Chapter 6), security (Chapter 9), and providing transit services if you’re an ISP (Chapter 11). All these chapters address two audiences: people who already know the chapter’s subject and just need to know what’s different in IPv6, and people who have some TCP/IP background but aren’t all that familiar with the subject discussed in the chapter, let alone with how it relates to IPv6. So all these chapters have some background information that experts already know, but the chapters quickly proceed into more complex territory, so non-experts may find it hard to follow the entire chapter.
Доп. информация: Официальный сайт книги - http://www.runningipv6.net/