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In the networking industry since 1990, Silvia Hagen became a CNE (Certified Novell Engineer) and CNI (Certified Novell Instructor) in 1992. As a successful instructor, she has trained hundreds of system engineers. Today, Silvia is CEO of Sunny Connection AG in Switzerland and works as a senior consultant and analyst for many mid- and large-sized companies. Her expertise is in Directory Services and Protocol Analysis.
This was the first IPv6 book I purchased, and I really enjoyed it.
It has helped me to deploy IPv6 in the networks I look after.
This is a good book. Lots of reference to RFC's, and technical info.
Good for troubleshooting, not so much on how to get into trouble in the first place:-).
Very helpful in understanding and navigating the use of the IVPv6 landscape. Presents a clearer picture of the ipv6 landscape and implementation in networking.Published on March 18, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Pages and pages of this packet type contains these header fields. Not what I was expecting. Nothing like a Cisco or a Stevens.Published on March 16, 2013 by Mikel Ward
I loved the book, it present complex topics in simple words, it helped learn fast.
for the price, this is a very nice deal
I enjoyed this book very much, and feel that I have a good working understanding of IPv6 after reading it. Read morePublished on January 5, 2013 by Stuart Steele
Answered several questions I had about IPv6. Defiantly recommend it for other to read and very educational. I wish when I order the book I also get it electronically.Published on December 28, 2012 by Bobby
First, let me say that this book is well written and contains a lot of useful information about IPv6. Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Todd B.
This is a very dry reading of the protocol specifications, and isn't easy to understand.
After reading the first few chapters, I was very confused by several things that... Read more