- Read the theory lesson below
- Read the ICND1 cram guide
IPv6 has been in development for several years and has actually been implemented on networks all over the world (in conjunciton with IPv4). Many network engineers have expressed their fear about having to learn a new addressing method, and I’ve even heard many say that they hope to retire before it becomes a requirement.
This fear, however, is unfounded. IPv6 is a user-friendly format, and once you become used to it, you will see that it is an improvement on IPv4 and . . .
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