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Ipv6 Deployment And Management

Ipv6 Deployment And Management - Dooley, Michael; Rooney, Timothy - ISBN: 9781118387207
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With The Announcement In 2011 That The Current Internet Protocol (ip), Ipv4, Has Nearly Run Out, Interest In Ipv6 -- The Latest Ip Version -- Has Grown Substantially.


Titel: Ipv6 Deployment And Management
auteur: Dooley, Michael; Rooney, Timothy
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Druk: 1
Aantal pagina's: 214
Uitgever: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Plaats van publicatie: 01
NUR: Computertechniek
Afmetingen: 235 x 157 x 12
Gewicht: 330 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781118387207
Intern nummer: 23678724


CHAPTER 1 IPV6 DEPLOYMENT DRIVERS The Internet: A Success Story Supply Side Issues Internet at a Crossroads Which Internet are you on? Emerging Applications IPv6 Business Case CHAPTER 2 IPV6 OVERVIEW IPv6 Key Features The IPv6 Header IPv6 Extension Headers IPv6 Addressing Address Notation Address Structure IPv6 Address Allocations Internet Control Message Protocol for IPv6 (ICMPv6) IPv6 Ping Multicast Listener Discovery Multicast Router Discovery Neighbor Discovery Protocol Secure Neighbor Discovery (SEND) Inverse Neighbor Discovery Router Renumbering Node Information Query IPv6 Address Autoconfiguration Modified EUI-64 Interface Identifiers Duplication Address Detection (DAD) Mobile IPv6 Reserved Subnet Anycast Addresses Required Host IPv6 addresses IPv6 Routing CHAPTER 3 IPV4-IPV6 CO-EXISTENCE TECHNOLOGIES Dual Stack Implementing Dual Stack Which Address is used? DNS Considerations DHCP Considerations Tunneling Approaches Tunneling Scenarios for IPv6 Packets over IPv4 Networks Tunnel Types Tunneling Scenario for IPv4 Packets over IPv6 Networks Tunneling Summary Translation Approaches IP/ICMP Translation Bump in the Host (BIH) Network Address Translation for IPv6-IPv4 (NAT64) Other Translation Techniques Application Support of IPv6 Service Provider IPv4-IPv6 Co-Existence* Reference Architecture Deployment Approaches Overview Routing Infrastructure Deployment Approaches Comparison of Deployment Approaches Addressing and DNS Considerations CHAPTER 4 IPV6 READINESS ASSESSMENT Putting a Plan in Place IP Network Inventory IPv6 Readiness Discovery IPv6 assessment IPv6 To Do List IPv6 Readiness Assessment Summary CHAPTER 5 IPV6 ADDRESS PLANNING Internet Registries RIR Address Allocation Policies Address Allocation Efficiency IPv6 Address Planning IPv6 Address Allocation Methods Best Fit Method Sparse Allocation Method Random Allocation DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation Unique Local Address (ULA) Space Defining your IPv6 address plan Multi-Homing and IP Address Space IP Address Planning Summary CHAPTER 6 IPV6 SECURITY PLANNING The Good News: IP is IP The Bad News: IPv6 is Not IPv4 Update your Security Policy Network Perimeter Monitoring and Intrusion Prevention IPv6 Address Filtering ICMPv6 Messages Extension Headers Internal Network Protection Network Reconnaissance Network Access DHCPv6 DNS Anycast Addressing Internal Network Filtering Network Device Security Considerations Mobile IPv6 Security Mobility Extension Header Mobile IPv6 Vulnerabilities IPv4-IPv6 Co-Existence Measures Securing Tunneling Implementations Securing Translation Implementations Summary CHAPTER 7 IPV6 NETWORK MANAGEMENT PLANNING Management Model Network Management Scope Network Inventory IP address inventory The management network The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Configuration Management Fault Management Accounting Management Performance Management Methods and Procedures Summary CHAPTER 8 MANAGING THE DEPLOYMENT Integrating Plans Project Management Testing Deployment Production Deployment CHAPTER 9 MANAGING THE IPV4-IPV6 NETWORK Common Network Management Tasks Configuration Management Network Allocation Related Tasks Adding a new device Deletion Tasks Address Renumbering or Movement Tasks Block/Subnet Splits Block/Subnet Joins DHCPv6 Server Configuration DNS Server Configuration Prefix Renumbering Fault Management Fault Detection Troubleshooting and Fault Resolution Accounting Management Inventory Assurance Address Reclamation Performance Management Services Monitoring Address Capacity Management Auditing and Reporting Security Management Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity CHAPTER 10 IPV6 AND THE FUTURE INTERNET Technology Enablers The Internet’s Dark Side The Internet’s Bright Future Living Smarter Keeping Track Extensible Healthcare Public Safety Credit Cards of the future Consumer Applications Conclusion APPENDIX 1:IPV6 READINESS ASSESSMENT BOILERPLATE REVISION 1 Bibliography

Biografie (woord)

MICHAEL DOOLEY is responsible for overall operations of the BT Diamond IP division. Prior to joining the team, he was president and CEO of Diamond IP Technologies; vice president of operations for the VitalSoft line of software products at Lucent Technologies; and Vice President of Engineering at Quadritek Systems.

TIMOTHY ROONEY managed the engineering development and market introduction of BT Diamond IP′s four next–generation IP management systems: NetControl, IPControl, Sapphire Appliances, and ImageControl. Prior to that, he worked at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Cingular, Triton PCS, and Lucent, including a leadership role managing the VitalQIP software product to its peak as market leader. Timothy Rooney is the author of IP Address Management Principles and Practice and Introduction to IP Address Management, both published by Wiley–IEEE Press.

Includes an introduction by Vint Cerf, VP and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google.


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