Now is the time for learn all about IPv6. There are no more IPv4 addresses and the IPv6 is coming to life more than ever before. This collection of articles will help you to understand in deep how this new Internet protocol is working and how will you be able to transition to new technology.
After reading some good material here, there is a big chance that you will be one of the minority of people who can say that the IPv6 is actually simpler than IPv4. Everybody who don’t know about IPv6 will surely tell you the opposite.
IPv6 is meant for various purposes but one main purpose it serves is that it makes life of the network administrators easier, especially when it comes to dealing with vast address space provided by IPv6 provides as compared to IPv4. In order to meet this need the automatic address configuration, autoconfiguration was created and here is the start point of learning how it works.
- The New Way of Generating IPv6 – SLAAC EUI-64 Address Format
- IPv6 addresses – What is IPv6?
- NDP – Neighbor Discovery Protocol
- IPv6 – SLAAC Stateless Address Autoconfiguration
- IPv6 – SLAAC EUI-64 Address Format
- IPv6 Generated with EUI-64 Has a Strange Bit Inside
- IPv6 First-Hop Security
- IPv6 Implementation beyond theory & How playing with RA messages may be issue-istic
- IPv6 RA Router Advertisement and all the flags inside
- Solicited-node multicast address
- Source-based routing in IPv4 and IPv6 networks
- What’s that % sign after ipconfig IPv6 address?
- IPv6 Day – 6 June 2012.