Media praise for IPv6 Essentials
"IPv6 Essentials, 2nd edition, by Silvia Hagen, released in May 2006, is a well-written, clear, up-to-date guide to understanding IPv6 in-depth. This is a real accomplishment, because computer networking protocols are completely abstract, and translating all of these abstractions into understandable language is a noteworthy feat...We're at the stage where IPv6 support is pretty much universal- you can count on both network hardware and software supporting it. So the network administrator only needs to focus on learning the ins and outs of implementation. I recommend IPv6 Essentials as an essential reference, and a great starting point for mastering IPv6."
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"Silvia Hagen's IPv6 Essentials is just that: one of those books that anyone who has anything to do with the organisation or implementation of networks, cannot do without...Silvia Hagen has completed a complex writing task with the number of terms that need to be defined and explained; but using an expert approach she controls the data ably: a good example of how sophisticated ideas can be forced into submission and made available to the target audience."
-- , eXtensions
"If you're after a solid technical reference on IPv6, this is certainly a good reference. The writing style makes for easy reading and the book is well laid-out, starting with some history and then working its way up the stack as you progress through."
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"There is something in this book for everyone...As you build your IPv6 library, this book should get an early spot on the shelf."
-- , TechBytes with Ron Nutter