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Windows Server 2012 Unified Remote Access Planning and Deployment by Bala Natarajan, Erez Ben-Ari

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Protocol transition technologies

Ultimately, not many organizations are ready for IPv6, and even those that are can't always go ahead full steam, as the costs can be significant. Many models of network hardware such as switches and routers can be upgraded to support it, but quite a few still don't, not to mention various embedded OS devices like vending machines, cash registers, entry control systems, and others. To make things easier, several transition technologies have been developed. We've already mentioned a couple of them, and now is the time to go into more detail and understand a bit about all of them and how they affect your network and deployment plans.

ISATAP

As we said before, ISATAP is a mechanism designed to allow IPv6 capable hosts ...

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