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The Second Internet: Reinventing Computer Networking with IPv6

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The Second Internet: Reinventing Computer Networking with IPv6
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Publisher: InfoWeapons
ISBN/ASIN: 0982846304
ISBN-13: 9780982846308
Number of pages: 314

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This book provides a succinct, in-depth tour of all the new features and functions in IPv6. Aimed at system and network administrators, engineers, network designers, and IT managers, this book will help you understand, plan for, design, and integrate IPv6 into your current IPv4 infrastructure.

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