Media praise for IPv6 Network Administration

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"The authors show the history of networking from an IPv4 perspective and then walk us through scenarios of preprep, testing and than showing us how IPv6 runs in a production environment. They do this process by touching all platforms and showing in various tables how configurations are set for each of those platforms; I also enjoy the humour the authors use and it is obvious they know of what they speak, being so comfortable with de-geeking the jargon and knowing all the protocols so well."
--Robert Pritchett, MacCompanion, May 2005

"Murphy and Malone have produced a fine, compact book that discusses 'The Character of IPv6' (Part 1, 3 chapters, pp. 1-60) and 'Deploying IPv6' (Part II, 6 chapters, pp. 63-258). There is also an extremely useful glossary (pp. 259-264)... The authors have done a fine job of describing just what administrators will need to do to maintain IPv4 while easing into IPv6... I especially liked chapter 7 on 'Services' (pp. 197-220). Nice job."
--Peter Salus, UnixReview.com, April 2005