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An essential, comprehensive, and practical guide to IPv6 concepts, service implementation, and interoperability in existing IPv4 environments After completing Deploying IPv6 Networks, you will:Understand the current state of IPv6 technologies and services Understand the IPv6 features as they are applied in service deployments Be prepared with guidelines on how to ready your organization for a migration to IPv6 Know how to design and implement an IPv6 production-level network using the book's templates and examples Have the ability to configure and troubleshoot IPv6 networks Know where IPv6 developments are moving in the futureLarge IPv6 production deployments worldwide are proof that the transition to the next generation of the IP protocol is no longer merely a prediction-IPv6 is now touching all aspects of IP networking and communications. Therefore, understanding the technology and being able to plan, design, and deploy IPv6 services are necessary skills for networking professionals. Deploying IPv6 Networks is an essential guide to IPv6 concepts, service implementation, and interoperability in existing IPv4 environments. You'll learn about IPv6 as a mature technology ready for deployment. Deploying IPv6 Networks goes beyond addressing the basics of IPv6 yet remains accessible to readers unfamiliar with the protocol. With this book in hand, you will learn how to plan, design, deploy, and manage IPv6 services. Deploying IPv6 Networks opens with an updated "Case for IPv6": a review of the IPv4 challenges and the IPv6 opportunities. It then covers the IPv6 concepts related to IP services provided in real networks. Relevant features and corresponding configuration examples are presented in a deployment context as they are applied to the various segments of the network. The IPv6 knowledge accumulated in the first part of the book is revisited in Part II, where it is leveraged in concrete and usable examples that cover most common network environments: MPLS service provider, IP service provider, and enterprise.The structure of Deploying IPv6 Networks enables you to use it as a reference for specific aspects of IPv6, as a technology study guide, or as a design guide for deploying IPv6. You'll also find that the presentation approach enables you to leverage your IPv4 experience to quickly become knowledgeable and proficient with the concepts of IPv6.
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  • Hardback | 672 pages
  • 187.96 x 226.06 x 35.56mm | 1,088.62g
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, charts
  • 1587052105
  • 9781587052101
  • 923,045

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An essential, comprehensive, and practical guide to IPv6 concepts, service implementation, and interoperability in existing IPv4 environments After completing "Deploying IPv6 Networks," you will: Understand the current state of IPv6 technologies and services Understand the IPv6 features as they are applied in service deployments Be prepared with guidelines on how to ready your organization for a migration to IPv6 Know how to design and implement an IPv6 production-level network using the book's templates and examples Have the ability to configure and troubleshoot IPv6 networks Know where IPv6 developments are moving in the future Large IPv6 production deployments worldwide are proof that the transition to the next generation of the IP protocol is no longer merely a prediction-IPv6 is now touching all aspects of IP networking and communications. Therefore, understanding the technology and being able to plan, design, and deploy IPv6 services are necessary skills for networking professionals. "Deploying IPv6 Networks" is an essential guide to IPv6 concepts, service implementation, and interoperability in existing IPv4 environments. You'll learn about IPv6 as a mature technology ready for deployment. "Deploying IPv6 Networks" goes beyond addressing the basics of IPv6 yet remains accessible to readers unfamiliar with the protocol. With this book in hand, you will learn how to plan, design, deploy, and manage IPv6 services. "Deploying IPv6 Networks" opens with an updated "Case for IPv6": a review of the IPv4 challenges and the IPv6 opportunities. It then covers the IPv6 concepts related to IP services provided in real networks. Relevant features and corresponding configuration examples are presented in a deployment context as they are applied to the various segments of the network. The IPv6 knowledge accumulated in the first part of the book is revisited in Part II, where it is leveraged in concrete and usable examples that cover most common network environments: MPLS service provider, IP service provider, and enterprise. The structure of "Deploying IPv6 Networks" enables you to use it as a reference for specific aspects of IPv6, as a technology study guide, or as a design guide for deploying IPv6. You'll also find that the presentation approach enables you to leverage your IPv4 experience to quickly become knowledgeable and proficient with the concepts of IPv6.
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Table of contents

IntroductionPart I Implementing IPv6 ServicesChapter 1 The Case for IPv6-An Updated Perspective Unicast ConnectivityAddressingIPv4 Address ArchitecturePrivate Versus Public AddressesStatic Versus Dynamic AddressesRenumberingNetwork Address TranslationRoutingQoS ServicesMulticast ServicesVirtual Private NetworksSecurityIP MobilityIPv6 Is an Evolutionary StepChapter 2 An IPv6 RefresherIPv6 AddressingIPv6 Address RepresentationIPv6 Address ArchitectureIPv6 Unicast AddressIPv6 Anycast AddressesIPv6 Multicast AddressesIPv6 and Layer 2 AddressingIPv6 Addresses Required for an InterfaceConfiguring IPv6 Addresses in Cisco IOS RoutersIPv6 Addressing Architecture at a GlanceIPv6 Packet FormatIPv6 Versus IPv4 Basic Header FormatIPv6 Extension HeadersHop-by-Hop Options HeaderDestination Options HeaderRouting HeaderFragment HeaderAuthentication HeaderEncapsulating Security Payload HeaderMobility Header Linking Multiple Extension HeadersIPv6 and Data-Link TechnologiesInternet Control Message Protocol for IPv6ICMPv6 Error MessagesDestination UnreachableTime ExceededPacket Too BigParameter ProblemICMPv6 Informational MessagesSource Address Selection AlgorithmConclusion on ICMPv6Neighbor Discovery ProtocolProtocol Operations SummaryComparison with IPv4Router and Prefix DiscoveryAddress ResolutionRedirecting a Host to a Better Next HopInverse Neighbor DiscoveryProxy Neighbor DiscoveryNeighbor Discovery AlgorithmsNext-Hop DeterminationDefault Router SelectionDuplicate Address DetectionNeighbor Unreachability DetectionThe State Machine for ReachabilityAutoconfigurationNeighbor Discovery at a GlanceChapter 3 Delivering IPv6 Unicast ServicesOverviewIPv6 ProvisioningHost IPv6 Address ProvisioningStateless AutoconfigurationStateful DHCPRouter IPv6 Address Provisioning: Prefix DelegationProtocol DescriptionRequesting RouterDelegating RouterWhat DHCP-PD Does Not DoOther Configuration InformationStateless DHCPDNS ServicesIPv6 Network AccessMedia TypesNative IPv6 AccessRouted AccessBridged AccessPPP-Encapsulated IPv6 AccessVirtualized Access LayerAccess over TunnelsManually Configured TunnelTunnel Broker and Tunnel ServerTeredoISATAPIPv6 over the BackboneNative IPv6IPv6 over IPv4 TunnelsIPv6 over MPLSTranslation Mechanisms (NAT-PT)Chapter 4 IPv6 Routing ProtocolsDistance Vector Routing ProtocolPath Vector Routing ProtocolLink-State Routing ProtocolIPv6 Interior Gateway ProtocolsRouting Information Protocol next-generationSupport for IPv6Configuration ExampleEIGRP for IPv6Support for IPv6Configuration ExampleOSPFv3Support for IPv6Configuration ExampleIS-IS for IPv6 Support for IPv6Configuration ExampleBGPUse of MP-BGP Extensions for IPv6 Interdomain RoutingBGP PeeringBGP Next HopBGP Configuration ExampleSite MultihomingDeploying IPv6 Routing ProtocolsNetwork CoreNetwork Distribution/EdgeNetwork AccessChapter 5 Implementing QoSQoS for IPv6Differences Between IPv6 and IPv4 QoSLayer 3 QoSLayer 2 QoSLink-Efficiency MechanismsDifferentiated ServicesSupport for IPv6Configuration ExampleIntegrated ServicesSupport for IPv6QoS for IPv6 over MPLSUsing DiffServ in a 6PE or 6VPE EnvironmentConfiguration ExampleUsing RSVP-TE in a 6PE or 6VPE EnvironmentUsing Multiple BGP Next HopsCOS-Based TE Tunnel Selection (CBTS)Deploying QoS for IPv6QoS in a Native IPv6 DeploymentQoS in an MPLS-Based IPv6 DeploymentIPv4 and IPv6 CoexistenceChapter 6 Providing IPv6 Multicast ServicesIPv6 MulticastGroup Membership ManagementMulticast Listener DiscoveryMulticast Layer 2 ProtocolsMulticast Routing and ForwardingMulticast Distribution TreesReverse-Path Forwarding DeterminationProtocol Independent MulticastDeployment ConsiderationsMulticast Domain ControlRP Mapping and RedundancyService ModelsMulticast over TunnelsMulticast over MPLS InfrastructuresIPv6 Multicast Deployment ExamplesSSM in a Service Provider NetworkEnabling IPv6 Multicast RoutingMLD ConfigurationTuning PIM Subscriber Joining the (S,G) IPv6 Multicast Traffic ForwardingASM in an Enterprise NetworkConfiguring BSRConfiguring Candidate RP routersPIM Topology and Traffic ForwardingOperation with Embedded RPChapter 7 VPN IPv6 Architecture and ServicesVirtual Private Network OverviewProvider-Provisioned VPNs CE-Based VPNsPE-Based VPNsAddressing ConsiderationsSecurity ConsiderationsUsing IPsec to Implement CE-Based VPNsRemote AccessIPsec Tunnel AlternativesRoutingIPv6 CE-Based VPN deploymentBGP-MPLS IPv6 VPNs: A PE-Based VPN SolutionRouting Table SegregationRouting Protocols for BGP-MPLS IPv6 VPNBGP Next HopBuilding the Label StackForwarding in BGP-MPLS IPv6 VPNVRF Concepts and IPv6 ImplementationConfiguring a VRFAssociating a VRF to an InterfaceVRF-Aware Router CommandsScaling IPv6 VPNsMP-BGP for VPNv6 at a GlanceTopology ExamplesUsing IPsec to Secure IPv6 over an IPv4 TunnelBasic MPLS VPNv6 TopologyDual-Stack VPNsRoute ReflectorsHub and SpokeInternet AccessInterprovider VPNsChapter 8 Advanced Services-IPv6 MobilityChapter OverviewIP Host MobilityMobile IPv4 in a NutshellMobile IPv6Mobile IPv6 Operation OverviewIPv6 Mobility HeaderDestination OptionDynamic Home Agent Address DiscoveryRoute OptimizationMobile IPv6 SecurityMobile IPv6 DeploymentConfiguration ExampleUsing ACLs to Control MIPv6 Operation on the Home AgentNetwork MobilityPractical Use CasesEnterprise on the MoveHome GatewayPersonal-Area NetworkInternet-Enabled CarSensor NetworkFleet in MotionObject Model and TerminologyBasic OperationsWhat About NEMO?Home Network in NEMOExtended Home NetworkAggregated Home NetworkMobile Home NetworkDistributed Home NetworkVirtual Home NetworkIP Mobility in Nonmobile ScenariosIPv4 to IPv6 TransitioningTopology HidingCommunity of InterestRoute ProjectionServer Load BalancingNext Steps in MobilityForthcoming EvolutionsFaster RoamingMovement DetectionAttachment Router SelectionIntegration with Mobile Ad-hoc NetworkingEndpoint IdentificationMultihomingRoute Optimization for NEMOA VisionChapter 9 Securing IPv6 Networks Security Threats and Best Practices to Protect Against ThemThreats with New Considerations in IPv6ReconnaissanceUnauthorized AccessHeader ManipulationFragmentationLayer 3/Layer 4 SpoofingHost-Initialization and Address-Resolution AttacksBroadcast-Amplification Attacks (Smurf)Routing AttacksViruses and WormsTransition-Mechanism AttacksA Note on Mobile IPv6 SecurityThreats with Similar Behavior in IPv4 and IPv6SniffingApplication Layer AttacksRogue DevicesMan-in-the-Middle AttacksFlooding Attacks6PE SecurityA Note on VPN SecurityTools Available for Securing IPv6 NetworksIPsec for IPv6IPsec ConceptsUsing IPv4 IPsec to Secure IPv6 TunnelsSecuring Router-to-Router Communication with IPv6 IPsecAccess Control ListsExtended IPv6 ACLs and Stateful FilteringIPv6 ACLs and FragmentationIPv6 Access List ExampleFirewall FunctionsCisco IOS FirewallPIX FirewallAuthentication, Authorization, and AccountingUnicast Reverse Path ForwardingProtecting the Control Plane with Rate LimitingSummary of Best Practices for Securing IPv6 DeploymentsChapter 10 Managing IPv6 NetworksIPv6 Network Management: The ChallengesAllocating IPv6 Addresses to Managed NodesIntegrating IPv6 and IPv4 Network ManagementNetwork-Management ArchitectureRetrieving Information from Routers and SwitchesSNMP and MIBsSNMP over IPv6IPv6 MIBsBGP and Other MIBsIPv6 MIB ExampleNetFlowIPfixOther Protocols (Telnet/SSH/RSH/TFTP/FTP)Fault ManagementFlow Analysis Using NetFlowCisco NFCIPFlowCisco Network Analysis ModuleTopology ManagementRouting ManagementAnalysis for TroubleshootingPerformance ManagementCisco IOS IP Service-Level AgreementsOther IPv6-Enabled Tools for Performance AnalysisConfiguration and Provisioning ManagementManagement PlatformsCiscoWorksOther Management PlatformsHP OpenViewTivoli NetViewInfoVistaIPv6 Network Management Services and Tools at a GlanceChapter 11 Network Performance Considerations: Coexistence of IPv4 and IPv6Aspects of Router IPv6 PerformanceIPv6 Control PlaneIPv6 and the Data PlaneMeasuring Forwarding PerformanceThe Right Router for the JobRouter Architecture OverviewSoftware Versus Hardware ForwardingCentralized Versus Distributed ForwardingIPv6 Forwarding Performance of Cisco RoutersLow-End RoutersMid-Range RoutersHigh-End Routers6PE Forwarding PerformanceIPv6 Router Performance Evaluation ChecklistPart II Deployment Case StudiesChapter 12 Generic Deployment Planning GuidelinesCost AnalysisHost-Related CostsNetwork Elements-Related CostsOperations-Related CostsAddress Policies and Registration ProcessEducationChapter 13 Deploying IPv6 in an MPLS Service Provider Network Network EnvironmentNetwork Design ObjectivesEuropCom ServicesInternet AccessL3VPNCarrier Supporting CarrierDNS ServicesContent Hosting/StorageVoice over IPPeer-to-Peer Applications and Other ServicesNetwork DesignAccess DesignPOP DesignCore DesignIGP Design ConsiderationsMPLS Design ConsiderationsQOS Design ConsiderationsICMP Design ConsiderationsEdge DesignPE Router Design and Implementation ConsiderationsPE-CE Interface DesignPE-CE Routing DesignPE-PE Routing DesignRoute Reflector DesignVRF DesignInter-AS DesignBasic Services Design and ImplementationGlobal IPv6 Internet Access Design and Implementation Layer 3 MPLS VPN Service Design and ImplementationVPN Internet Access Service Design and ImplementationCarrier's Carrier Service DesignQuality of Service DesignOperating and Troubleshooting the NetworkService and Traffic MonitoringAddressingLink-Local AddressesAddresses for ManagementUsing Unique-Local AddressesInter-Provider CommunicationsMultihomingMTU DiscoverySecuritySecuring the EdgeSecuring the 6PE Infrastructure TroubleshootingRoutingForwardingDesign LessonsChapter 14 Deploying IPv6 in an IP Service Provider NetworkNetwork Environment and IPv4 ServicesIPv6 Deployment PlansTargeted IPv6 ServicesUnicast ConnectivityInternet AccessDNS ServicesMail ServicesContent Hosting/StorageVoice over IPContent Delivery-MulticastMobile IPv6-Communities of InterestDesign GoalsDesign OptionsPPP/L2TP-Based Deployment OptionDual-Stack Deployment OptionBasic Services Design and ImplementationAddressing PlanUnicast ConnectivityAccessEdge and CoreService Rollout PlanDNS and Content Hosting/StorageInternet AccessAdvanced Services Design and ImplementationContent Distribution-IPv6 Multicast IPv6 Multicast Service DesignIPv6 Multicast ImplementationQuality of Service QoS Service DesignQoS ImplementationOperating and Troubleshooting the NetworkSecuring the IPv6 NetworkSecuring the AccessSecuring the EdgeSecuring the Data CenterManaging the NetworkTroubleshootingProvisioningUnicast Routing and ForwardingMulticast Routing and ForwardingDeployment LessonsChapter 15 Deploying IPv6 in an Enterprise NetworkIntroducing AC CorporationAC Network EnvironmentAC Network InfrastructureHeadquartersBranch OfficesBusiness Drivers to Integrate IPv6 on the AC NetworkLearning the TechnologyExpanding the Test BedDomain Name Service (DNS)ISATAP RouterIPv6 Internet-to-Campus ConnectivityExpanding the IPv6 Intranet TestingLessons from the TrialMoving IPv6 to ProductionCost AnalysisOperationsDesign and SetupIPv6 AddressingPrefix-Assignment SchemeAddress Configuration RulesDual-Stack DeploymentRouting ProtocolsFirst-Hop Router RedundancyTuning Neighbor DiscoveryConfiguring Default Router SelectionEnabling Cisco HSRP for IPv6Securing the IPv6 DeploymentMulticastNetwork ManagementMobilityQoSTroubleshootingFuture EvolutionsPrefix Selection, Assignment Policies and MultihomingSecurityMarket ExpansionIndex
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About Ciprian Popoviciu

Ciprian P. Popoviciu, PhD, CCIE No.4499, is a Technical Leader within the Networked Solutions Integration Test Engineering group at Cisco Systems. As part of NSITE, Ciprian was the lead on several projects including IPv6 Deployments and Solutions to which he contributed architecture, implementation, and evaluation guidance. Eric Levy-Abegnoli is a technical leader in the IP Technologies Engineering group at Cisco Systems, where he is the technical lead for IPv6 development in IOS. Eric has worked with the Cisco IPv6 implementation since 2001, and has been involved in some of the largest IPv6 deployments. Patrick Grossetete, Manager of Product Management at Cisco Systems, is responsible for a suite of Cisco IOS (R) software technologies including IPv6 and IP Mobility. He is a member of the IPv6 Forum Technical Directorate and manages Cisco's participation in the Forum.
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