Ipv6 network programming jun ichiro itojun hagino on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this book contains everything you need to make your application program support ipv6 ipv6 socket apis rfc2553 are fully described with real world examples it covers security. In 1995 internet protocol version 6 ipv6 was picked as the final ipng proposal the ipv6 base specification is specified in rfc 1883 and revised in rfc 2460 in a single sentence ipv6 is a reengineering effort against ip technology one of its key features is that it has a larger ip address space. This book contains everything you need to make your application program support ipv6 ipv6 socket apis rfc2553 are fully described with real world examples it covers security a great concern these days. The text is clear and to the point it contains sufficient complete examples which can be downloaded from a web site one particular aspect of this book makes it different from most others it has 361 pages the appendices start on page 81 and contain relevant additional documentation for ipv6 network programming. Systems and network devices are able to exchange packets all together in a global network however there is no a single global ipv6 network on the same scale and it will take some time to get it therefore new applications should be designed to work in all environments ipv4 only nodes ipv6 only nodes and dual stack nodes see figure 0
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