By John J. Amoss, Daniel Minoli
In 2005, the U.S. govt responsibility place of work instructed that every one organizations start making plans a coherent transition to IPv6. IPv6 will resolve the matter of restricted IP addresses and increase internetworking features. This promising protocol is gaining momentum and it's only a question of time sooner than the transition should happen globally. the matter is that in the three-to-six 12 months transition interval, IPv6 and its predecessor, IPv4, must effectively coexist so that it will make sure carrier continuity. not just federal corporations, yet agencies and associations needs to commence making plans the transition to IPv6 now to take care of the operation, defense, and interoperability in their networks. The implementation of IPv6 is vital to the ongoing progress of the net and the advance of recent functions. The Handbook of IPv4 to IPv6 Transition Methodologies presents a wealth of most sensible practices and systems that would aid companies plan and enforce a gentle transition to IPv6.
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At a minimum (or when there is no network administrator), the allocation of a “link-local” address is often included. The link-local address allows communication with other nodes placed in the same physical network. Note that the word link has somewhat of a special meaning in IPv6; it indicates a communication facility or medium over which nodes can communicate at the link layer, that is, the layer immediately below IPv6. 25 packet-switched network; a Frame Relay network; Cell Relay/Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network; and Internet(working) layer (or higher layer) tunnels, such as tunnels over IPv4 or IPv6 itself [RFC2460].
Indb 37 10/31/07 10:03:38 AM 38 n Handbook of IPv4 to IPv6 Transition Each router is listening for traffic on the following multicast addresses: n The node-local scope all-nodes address (FF01::1). n The node-local scope all-routers address (FF01::2). n The link-local scope all-nodes address (FF02::1). n The link-local scope all-routers address (FF02::2). n The site-local scope all-routers address (FF05::2). n The solicited-node address for each unicast address on each interface. n The addresses of joined groups on each interface.
N Additional anycast addresses (optional). indb 37 10/31/07 10:03:38 AM 38 n Handbook of IPv4 to IPv6 Transition Each router is listening for traffic on the following multicast addresses: n The node-local scope all-nodes address (FF01::1). n The node-local scope all-routers address (FF01::2). n The link-local scope all-nodes address (FF02::1). n The link-local scope all-routers address (FF02::2). n The site-local scope all-routers address (FF05::2). n The solicited-node address for each unicast address on each interface.