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An essential, comprehensive, and practical guide to IPv6 concepts, service implementation, and interoperability in existing IPv4 environments

 

After completing Deploying IPv6 Networks, you will:

  • Understand the current state of IPv6 technologies and services
  • Understand the IPv6 features as they are applied in service deployments
  • Be prepared with guidelines on how to ready your organization for a migration to IPv6
  • Know how to design and implement an IPv6 production-level network using the book’s templates and examples
  • Have the ability to configure and troubleshoot IPv6 networks
  • Know where IPv6 developments are moving in the future

Large IPv6 production deployments worldwide are proof that the transition to the next generation of the IP protocol is no longer merely a prediction—IPv6 is now touching all aspects of IP networking and communications. Therefore, understanding the technology and being able to plan, design, and deploy IPv6 services are necessary skills for networking professionals.

 

Deploying IPv6 Networks is an essential guide to IPv6 concepts, service implementation, and interoperability in existing IPv4 environments. You’ll learn about IPv6 as a mature technology ready for deployment. Deploying IPv6 Networks goes beyond addressing the basics of IPv6 yet remains accessible to readers unfamiliar with the protocol. With this book in hand, you will learn how to plan, design, deploy, and manage IPv6 services.

 

Deploying IPv6 Networks opens with an updated “Case for IPv6”: a review of the IPv4 challenges and the IPv6 opportunities. It then covers the IPv6 concepts related to IP services provided in real networks. Relevant features and corresponding configuration examples are presented in a deployment context as they are applied to the various segments of the network. The IPv6 knowledge accumulated in the first part of the book is revisited in Part II, where it is leveraged in concrete and usable examples that cover most common network environments: MPLS service provider, IP service provider, and enterprise.

The structure of Deploying IPv6 Networks enables you to use it as a reference for specific aspects of IPv6, as a technology study guide, or as a design guide for deploying IPv6. You’ll also find that the presentation approach enables you to leverage your IPv4 experience to quickly become knowledgeable and proficient with the concepts of IPv6.

Book News Annotation:

This handbook is intended for those in the middle of deployment as well as those with little or no experience is also designed to be used as a study guide. It covers the case for IPv6, current conditions and practice, an IPv6 refresher, delivering IPv6 unicast services, routing protocols, implementing QoS, providing multicast services, VPN IPv6 architecture and services, advanced services and IPv6 mobility, securing and managing networks, and network performance considerations in the coexistence of IPv4 and Ipv6. Case studies include a generic deployment planning guideline and deploying IPv6 in an MPLS service provider network, in an IP service provider network, and in an Enterprise network.
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Book News Annotation:

This handbook is intended for those in the middle of deployment as well as those with little or no experience is also designed to be used as a study guide. It covers the case for IPv6, current conditions and practice, an IPv6 refresher, delivering IPv6 unicast services, routing protocols, implementing QoS, providing multicast services, VPN IPv6 architecture and services, advanced services and IPv6 mobility, securing and managing networks, and network performance considerations in the coexistence of IPv4 and Ipv6. Case studies include a generic deployment planning guideline and deploying IPv6 in an MPLS service provider network, in an IP service provider network, and in an Enterprise network. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

An essential guide to IPv6 concepts, service implementation, and interoperability in existing IPv4 environments.
  • Learn about IPv6 services and the relevant IPv6 features that make them possible
  • Plan, deploy, and manage IPv6 services at the production level in existent IPv4 networks
  • Configure and troubleshoot IPv6 networks

    IPv6 scales up to support new services that require a very large addressing space; it is positioned to provide the infrastructure for a world where mobile devices, home appliances, and phones will each have their own, unique IP address. In the United States, major Enterprise customers interfacing with the Department of Defense, contractors such as Boeing and Lockheed Martin, have expressed stronger interest in the technology due to their customer requests. Microsoft considers IPv6 a strategic technology because it will free the networks of NATs opening the door to peer-to-peer applications. Deploying IPv6 Networks will present the service capabilities of IPv6, the features supporting these services, and the ways in which they can be implemented in a scalable, production-level network. The information will be presented in the context of the existing IPv4 operational and design concepts, anchoring the discussion to familiar ground and the environments that will be incorporating the IPv6 services. After completing Deploying IPv6 Networks the reader will Understand the state of IPv6 technologies and services and the IPv6 features as they are applied in service deployments. In addition they will know how to design and implement an IPv6 production-level network, using the book's templates and examples. Have the ability to configure and troubleshoot IPv6in production networks and know where IPv6 developments are moving in the future.

  • About the Author

    Ciprian P. Popoviciu, PhD, CCIE® No. 4499, is a technical leader within the Networked Solutions Integration Test Engineering (NSITE) group at Cisco Systems®. As part of NSITE, Ciprian was the lead on several projects including IPv6 Deployments and Solutions to which he contributed architecture, implementation, and evaluation guidance.

     

    Eric Levy-Abegnoli is a technical leader in the IP Technologies Engineering group at Cisco®, where he is the technical lead for IPv6 development in the Cisco IOS Software. Eric has worked with the Cisco IPv6 implementation since 2001 and has been involved in some of the largest IPv6 deployments.

     

    Patrick Grossetete, manager of product management at Cisco, is responsible for a suite of Cisco IOS Software technologies including IPv6 and IP Mobility. He is a member of the IPv6 Forum Technical Directorate and manages the participation of Cisco in the Forum.

    Table of Contents

    Introduction

    Part I          Implementing IPv6 Services

    Chapter 1      The Case for IPv6—An Updated Perspective

     Unicast Connectivity

    Addressing

    IPv4 Address Architecture

    Private Versus Public Addresses

    Static Versus Dynamic Addresses

    Renumbering

    Network Address Translation

    Routing

    QoS Services

    Multicast Services

    Virtual Private Networks

    Security

    IP Mobility

    IPv6 Is an Evolutionary Step

    Chapter 2      An IPv6 Refresher

    IPv6 Addressing

    IPv6 Address Representation

    IPv6 Address Architecture

    IPv6 Unicast Address

    IPv6 Anycast Addresses

    IPv6 Multicast Addresses

    IPv6 and Layer 2 Addressing

    IPv6 Addresses Required for an Interface

    Configuring IPv6 Addresses in Cisco IOS Routers

    IPv6 Addressing Architecture at a Glance

    IPv6 Packet Format

    IPv6 Versus IPv4 Basic Header Format

    IPv6 Extension Headers

    Hop-by-Hop Options Header

    Destination Options Header

    Routing Header

    Fragment Header

    Authentication Header

    Encapsulating Security Payload Header

    Mobility Header

    Linking Multiple Extension Headers

    IPv6 and Data-Link Technologies

    Internet Control Message Protocol for IPv6

    ICMPv6  Error Messages

    Destination Unreachable

    Time Exceeded

    Packet Too Big

    Parameter Problem

    ICMPv6 Informational Messages

    Source Address Selection Algorithm

    Conclusion on ICMPv6

    Neighbor Discovery Protocol

    Protocol Operations Summary

    Comparison with IPv4

    Router and Prefix Discovery

    Address Resolution

    Redirecting a Host to a Better Next Hop

    Inverse Neighbor Discovery

    Proxy Neighbor Discovery

    Neighbor Discovery Algorithms

    Next-Hop Determination

    Default Router Selection

    Duplicate Address Detection

    Neighbor Unreachability Detection

    The State Machine for Reachability

    Autoconfiguration

    Neighbor Discovery at a Glance

    Chapter 3      Delivering IPv6 Unicast Services

    Overview

    IPv6 Provisioning

    Host IPv6 Address Provisioning

    Stateless Autoconfiguration

    Stateful DHCP

    Router IPv6 Address Provisioning: Prefix Delegation

    Protocol Description

    Requesting Router

    Delegating Router

    What DHCP-PD Does Not Do

    Other Configuration Information

    Stateless DHCP

    DNS Services

    IPv6 Network Access

    Media Types

    Native IPv6 Access

    Routed Access

    Bridged Access

    PPP-Encapsulated IPv6 Access

    Virtualized Access Layer

    Access over Tunnels

    Manually Configured Tunnel

    Tunnel Broker and Tunnel Server

    Teredo

    ISATAP

    IPv6 over the Backbone

    Native IPv6

    IPv6 over IPv4 Tunnels

    IPv6 over MPLS

    Translation Mechanisms (NAT-PT)

    Chapter 4      IPv6 Routing Protocols

    Distance Vector Routing Protocol

    Path Vector Routing Protocol

    Link-State Routing Protocol

    IPv6 Interior Gateway Protocols

    Routing Information Protocol next-generation

    Support for IPv6

    Configuration Example

    EIGRP for IPv6

    Support for IPv6

    Configuration Example

    OSPFv3

    Support for IPv6

    Configuration Example

    IS-IS for IPv6

     Support for IPv6

    Configuration Example

    BGP

    Use of MP-BGP Extensions for IPv6 Interdomain Routing

    BGP Peering

    BGP Next Hop

    BGP Configuration Example

    Site Multihoming

    Deploying IPv6 Routing Protocols

    Network Core

    Network Distribution/Edge

    Network Access

    Chapter 5      Implementing QoS

    QoS for IPv6

    Differences Between IPv6 and IPv4 QoS

    Layer 3 QoS

    Layer 2 QoS

    Link-Efficiency Mechanisms

    Differentiated Services

    Support for IPv6

    Configuration Example

    Integrated Services

    Support for IPv6

    QoS for IPv6 over MPLS

    Using DiffServ in a 6PE or 6VPE Environment

    Configuration Example

    Using RSVP-TE in a 6PE or 6VPE Environment

    Using Multiple BGP Next Hops

    COS-Based TE Tunnel Selection (CBTS)

    Deploying QoS for IPv6

    QoS in a Native IPv6 Deployment

    QoS in an MPLS-Based IPv6 Deployment

    IPv4 and IPv6 Coexistence

    Chapter 6      Providing IPv6 Multicast Services

    IPv6 Multicast

    Group Membership Management

    Multicast Listener Discovery

    Multicast Layer 2 Protocols

    Multicast Routing and Forwarding

    Multicast Distribution Trees

    Reverse-Path Forwarding Determination

    Protocol Independent Multicast

    Deployment Considerations

    Multicast Domain Control

    RP Mapping and Redundancy

    Service Models

    Multicast over Tunnels

    Multicast over MPLS Infrastructures

    IPv6 Multicast Deployment Examples

    SSM in a Service Provider Network

    Enabling IPv6 Multicast Routing

    MLD Configuration

    Tuning PIM

     Subscriber Joining the (S,G)

     IPv6 Multicast Traffic Forwarding

    ASM in an Enterprise Network

    Configuring BSR

    Configuring Candidate RP routers

    PIM Topology and Traffic Forwarding

    Operation with Embedded RP

    Chapter 7      VPN IPv6 Architecture and Services

    Virtual Private Network Overview

    Provider-Provisioned VPNs

     CE-Based VPNs

    PE-Based VPNs

    Addressing Considerations

    Security Considerations

    Using IPsec to Implement CE-Based VPNs

    Remote Access

    IPsec Tunnel Alternatives

    Routing

    IPv6 CE-Based VPN deployment

    BGP-MPLS IPv6 VPNs: A PE-Based VPN Solution

    Routing Table Segregation

    Routing Protocols for BGP-MPLS IPv6 VPN

    BGP Next Hop

    Building the Label Stack

    Forwarding in BGP-MPLS IPv6 VPN

    VRF Concepts and IPv6 Implementation

    Configuring a VRF

    Associating a VRF to an Interface

    VRF-Aware Router Commands

    Scaling IPv6 VPNs

    MP-BGP for VPNv6 at a Glance

    Topology Examples

    Using IPsec to Secure IPv6 over an IPv4 Tunnel

    Basic MPLS VPNv6 Topology

    Dual-Stack VPNs

    Route Reflectors

    Hub and Spoke

    Internet Access

    Interprovider VPNs

    Chapter 8      Advanced Services—IPv6 Mobility

    Chapter Overview

    IP Host Mobility

    Mobile IPv4 in a Nutshell

    Mobile IPv6

    Mobile IPv6 Operation Overview

    IPv6 Mobility Header

    Destination Option

    Dynamic Home Agent Address Discovery

    Route Optimization

    Mobile IPv6 Security

    Mobile IPv6 Deployment

    Configuration Example

    Using ACLs to Control MIPv6 Operation on the Home Agent

    Network Mobility

    Practical Use Cases

    Enterprise on the Move

    Home Gateway

    Personal-Area Network

    Internet-Enabled Car

    Sensor Network

    Fleet in Motion

    Object Model and Terminology

    Basic Operations

    What About NEMO?

    Home Network in NEMO

    Extended Home Network

    Aggregated Home Network

    Mobile Home Network

    Distributed Home Network

    Virtual Home Network

    IP Mobility in Nonmobile Scenarios

    IPv4 to IPv6 Transitioning

    Topology Hiding

    Community of Interest

    Route Projection

    Server Load Balancing

    Next Steps in Mobility

    Forthcoming Evolutions

    Faster Roaming

    Movement Detection

    Attachment Router Selection

    Integration with Mobile Ad-hoc Networking

    Endpoint Identification

    Multihoming

    Route Optimization for NEMO

    A Vision

    Chapter 9      Securing IPv6 Networks

    Security Threats and Best Practices to Protect Against Them

    Threats with New Considerations in IPv6

    Reconnaissance

    Unauthorized Access

    Header Manipulation

    Fragmentation

    Layer 3/Layer 4 Spoofing

    Host-Initialization and Address-Resolution Attacks

    Broadcast-Amplification Attacks (Smurf)

    Routing Attacks

    Viruses and Worms

    Transition-Mechanism Attacks

    A Note on Mobile IPv6 Security

    Threats with Similar Behavior in IPv4 and IPv6

    Sniffing

    Application Layer Attacks

    Rogue Devices

    Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

    Flooding Attacks

    6PE Security

    A Note on VPN Security

    Tools Available for Securing IPv6 Networks

    IPsec for IPv6

    IPsec Concepts

    Using IPv4 IPsec to Secure IPv6 Tunnels

    Securing Router–to-Router Communication with IPv6 IPsec

    Access Control Lists

    Extended IPv6 ACLs and Stateful Filtering

    IPv6 ACLs and Fragmentation

    IPv6 Access List Example

    Firewall Functions

    Cisco IOS Firewall

    PIX Firewall

    Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting

    Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding

    Protecting the Control Plane with Rate Limiting

    Summary of Best Practices for Securing IPv6 Deployments

    Chapter 10    Managing IPv6 Networks

    IPv6 Network Management: The Challenges

    Allocating IPv6 Addresses to Managed Nodes

    Integrating IPv6 and IPv4 Network Management

    Network-Management Architecture

    Retrieving Information from Routers and Switches

    SNMP and MIBs

    SNMP over IPv6

    IPv6 MIBs

    BGP and Other MIBs

    IPv6 MIB Example

    NetFlow

    IPfix

    Other Protocols (Telnet/SSH/RSH/TFTP/FTP)

    Fault Management

    Flow Analysis Using NetFlow

    Cisco NFC

    IPFlow

    Cisco Network Analysis Module

    Topology Management

    Routing Management

    Analysis for Troubleshooting

    Performance Management

    Cisco IOS IP Service-Level Agreements

    Other IPv6-Enabled Tools for Performance Analysis

    Configuration and Provisioning Management

    Management Platforms

    CiscoWorks

    Other Management Platforms

    HP OpenView

    Tivoli NetView

    InfoVista

    IPv6 Network Management Services and Tools at a Glance

    Chapter 11    Network Performance Considerations: Coexistence of IPv4 and IPv6

    Aspects of Router IPv6 Performance

    IPv6 Control Plane

    IPv6 and the Data Plane

    Measuring Forwarding Performance

    The Right Router for the Job

    Router Architecture Overview

    Software Versus Hardware Forwarding

    Centralized Versus Distributed Forwarding

    IPv6 Forwarding Performance of Cisco Routers

    Low-End Routers

    Mid-Range Routers

    High-End Routers

    6PE Forwarding Performance

    IPv6 Router Performance Evaluation Checklist

    Part II         Deployment Case Studies

    Chapter 12    Generic Deployment Planning Guidelines

    Cost Analysis

    Host-Related Costs

    Network Elements–Related Costs

    Operations-Related Costs

    Address Policies and Registration Process

    Education

    Chapter 13    Deploying IPv6 in an MPLS Service Provider Network

    Network Environment

    Network Design Objectives

    EuropCom Services

    Internet Access

    L3VPN

    Carrier Supporting Carrier

    DNS Services

    Content Hosting/Storage

    Voice over IP

    Peer-to-Peer Applications and Other Services

    Network Design

    Access Design

    POP Design

    Core Design

    IGP Design Considerations

    MPLS Design Considerations

    QOS Design Considerations

    ICMP Design Considerations

    Edge Design

    PE Router Design and Implementation Considerations

    PE-CE Interface Design

    PE-CE Routing Design

    PE-PE Routing Design

    Route Reflector Design

    VRF Design

    Inter-AS Design

    Basic Services Design and Implementation

    Global IPv6 Internet Access Design and Implementation

     Layer 3 MPLS VPN Service Design and Implementation

    VPN Internet Access Service Design and Implementation

    Carrier’s Carrier Service Design

    Quality of Service Design

    Operating and Troubleshooting the Network

    Service and Traffic Monitoring

    Addressing

    Link-Local Addresses

    Addresses for Management

    Using Unique-Local Addresses

    Inter-Provider Communications

    Multihoming

    MTU Discovery

    Security

    Securing the Edge

    Securing the 6PE Infrastructure

    Troubleshooting

    Routing

    Forwarding

    Design Lessons

    Chapter 14    Deploying IPv6 in an IP Service Provider Network

    Network Environment and IPv4 Services

    IPv6 Deployment Plans

    Targeted IPv6 Services

    Unicast Connectivity

    Internet Access

    DNS Services

    Mail Services

    Content Hosting/Storage

    Voice over IP

    Content Delivery—Multicast

    Mobile IPv6—Communities of Interest

    Design Goals

    Design Options

    PPP/L2TP-Based Deployment Option

    Dual-Stack Deployment Option

    Basic Services Design and Implementation

    Addressing Plan

    Unicast Connectivity

    Access

    Edge and Core

    Service Rollout Plan

    DNS and Content Hosting/Storage

    Internet Access

    Advanced Services Design and Implementation

    Content Distribution—IPv6 Multicast

     IPv6 Multicast Service Design

    IPv6 Multicast Implementation

    Quality of Service

     QoS Service Design

    QoS Implementation

    Operating and Troubleshooting the Network

    Securing the IPv6 Network

    Securing the Access

    Securing the Edge

    Securing the Data Center

    Managing the Network

    Troubleshooting

    Provisioning

    Unicast Routing and Forwarding

    Multicast Routing and Forwarding

    Deployment Lessons

    Chapter 15    Deploying IPv6 in an Enterprise Network

    Introducing AC Corporation

    AC Network Environment

    AC Network Infrastructure

    Headquarters

    Branch Offices

    Business Drivers to Integrate IPv6 on the AC Network

    Learning the Technology

    Expanding the Test Bed

    Domain Name Service (DNS)

    ISATAP Router

    IPv6 Internet-to-Campus Connectivity

    Expanding the IPv6 Intranet Testing

    Lessons from the Trial

    Moving IPv6 to Production

    Cost Analysis

    Operations

    Design and Setup

    IPv6 Addressing

    Prefix-Assignment Scheme

    Address Configuration Rules

    Dual-Stack Deployment

    Routing Protocols

    First-Hop Router Redundancy

    Tuning Neighbor Discovery

    Configuring Default Router Selection

    Enabling Cisco HSRP for IPv6

    Securing the IPv6 Deployment

    Multicast

    Network Management

    Mobility

    QoS

    Troubleshooting

    Future Evolutions

    Prefix Selection, Assignment Policies and Multihoming

    Security

    Market Expansion

    Index

    Product Details

    ISBN:
    9781587052101
    Author:
    Popoviciu, Ciprian
    Publisher:
    Cisco Press
    Author:
    Popoviciu, Ciprian P.
    Author:
    Levy-Abegnoli, Eric
    Author:
    Troan, Ole
    Author:
    Grossetete, Patrick
    Subject:
    Computer networks
    Subject:
    Networking - Network Protocols
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    Tcp-ip (computer network protocol)
    Subject:
    Networking - General
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    "Synopsis" by , An essential guide to IPv6 concepts, service implementation, and interoperability in existing IPv4 environments.
  • Learn about IPv6 services and the relevant IPv6 features that make them possible
  • Plan, deploy, and manage IPv6 services at the production level in existent IPv4 networks
  • Configure and troubleshoot IPv6 networks

    IPv6 scales up to support new services that require a very large addressing space; it is positioned to provide the infrastructure for a world where mobile devices, home appliances, and phones will each have their own, unique IP address. In the United States, major Enterprise customers interfacing with the Department of Defense, contractors such as Boeing and Lockheed Martin, have expressed stronger interest in the technology due to their customer requests. Microsoft considers IPv6 a strategic technology because it will free the networks of NATs opening the door to peer-to-peer applications. Deploying IPv6 Networks will present the service capabilities of IPv6, the features supporting these services, and the ways in which they can be implemented in a scalable, production-level network. The information will be presented in the context of the existing IPv4 operational and design concepts, anchoring the discussion to familiar ground and the environments that will be incorporating the IPv6 services. After completing Deploying IPv6 Networks the reader will Understand the state of IPv6 technologies and services and the IPv6 features as they are applied in service deployments. In addition they will know how to design and implement an IPv6 production-level network, using the book's templates and examples. Have the ability to configure and troubleshoot IPv6in production networks and know where IPv6 developments are moving in the future.

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