Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators

Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators

von: Edward Horley

Apress, 2014

ISBN: 9781430263715 , 264 Seiten

Format: PDF

Kopierschutz: DRM

Windows PC,Mac OSX Apple iPad, Android Tablet PC's

Preis: 34,99 EUR

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Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators


Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators is a handy guide to implementing IPv6 in a Microsoft Windows environment. This is the book you need if you are a Microsoft Windows Administrator confronted with IPv6 and in need of a quick resource to get up and going. The book covers the current state of IPv6 and its support in Microsoft Windows. It provides best-practices and other guidance toward successful implementation.
This book is especially written with the goal of translating your current expertise in IPv4 into the new realm of IPv6. Special attention is given to dual-stack configurations, helping you to run IPv4 and IPv6 side-by-side and support both protocol versions during a transition period.
Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators is also a fast reference you can look at to get something done quickly. It covers IPv6 addressing, management of IPv6 from Powershell, Advanced Firewall configuration, and use of IPv6 in Hyper-V and virtual networking environments. You'll find practical examples showing how IPv6 integrates with all the standard tools you use for IPv4 today, tools like DNS and DHCP. You'll also find insider knowledge on IPv6 that can help avert stumbling points on the road to deployment.
  • Provides a quick path from IPv4 expertise to IPv6 implementation
  • Gives best-practices specific to Windows on IPv6 and dual stack networks
  • Is chock full of practical examples showing how to manage IPv6 on Windows

Ed Horley is a Principal Solutions Architect with a value-added reseller in the San Francisco Bay Area, and has been working in IT for over 15 years. He is actively involved in IPv6, serving as the co-chair of the California IPv6 Task Force, and has been blogging and speaking at conferences worldwide about IPv6 since 2005. He has been a Microsoft MVP awardee since 2004. Delusionally, he thinks he stays in shape by reffing Women s Lacrosse games. He tries to post regular IPv6 and Windows information on his website at He can be found and reached on Twitter as @ehorley.