Importance of IPv6

Lazaro Diaz
A free video tutorial from Lazaro Diaz
Network Engineer, Author teaching Cisco, CompTIA & Microsoft
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In this lesson we will prove the need for IPv6 address today.

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English What will make everyone question on everybody's mind. Do we need IPV six. But of course this is part of the evolution of the IP protocol. We have no choice but to move onto IP 96 not only for the mere fact that we have exhausted all IP for public addresses I believe it was last year that Cisco held the web and are saying that this is it no more IPV six public addresses will be fine. It is why we call the or I call go resistance to change. Saenger remember reading my book I wrote something about that. There have been between and 495 where people will refuse 94 was the greatest thing since sliced bread . Windows 2000 was just an invention. Great thing here but you can't really blame them anyway. Take a look at IPD sex. It's now it's kind of painful and hard to look at you know and this is only part of the wrath of the Knauer portion of it. It's much longer. Right. The 120 bits versus 32 bits. We now have weird mange for numbers like undecillion 340 undecillion right portal number of addresses one network address can hold more than 15 quintillion is an exact number in the book aking content the following are not going to remember there is just way too much information for the brain. But there are a lot of numbers. Well what are the main reasons that we went to 5:56 hexadecimal format. All good stuff. Well yes we do need I-26 and all the brand new features that embrace with our auto configuration will speak up our now later has beheader or is even though its a bigger address. It is now smaller too though all those options are more streamlined more into 64 bit processing. So it's a lot faster than I've been before ever was. Well I think definitely the way that we used to go so we need to embrace IP T6 not just for the mere sake of size. We're now why did revers as you know and I've said it before and of course we have more than one device on us now have an IPO the world population exceed 7 billion people IP for Olivos four point two billion thumbs eight point three though not enough to cover seven million people. Therefore we're definitely five six or seven that is needed. You know you have IPCA then and and security are known for NAC or so we are not. But again is going to take time and take time for the change to IP D6 happens because of the backbone rodders or the warmth are being done first. Eventually it will trickle down to all the networks that we work in. Slowly but surely that transition will be made and begin a transition which will speak upon later as well. There are transition mechanisms that IPV thing brings to help us move forward so eagerly 6 has been a gift really from the engineers that created IPV 6 because we needed it they saw that they were very wasteful with IPV for we did not know that IPD for or that the Internet was going to explode as it did roll as quick as it did but out with evolution we all must adapt to change mine were saying things are damp and overcome enough of it that we will do need to adapt and overcome to IPD since we already there are a lot of countries that did not get a big pool of IP before dresses and they have been working with IPB sex longer than we have already because they had no choice. So weve been kind of lackadaisical in changing to ivory things but now we've reached that point where we have exhausted it indefinitely. IPV six is one way to go. The configurations the new routing protocols with Rabanne G or B a version 3 European or IPCA I mean a lot easier to configure. They make thing easier. It's just their resistance to change syndrome. We just don't want to look at an IP address that looks like that right where are we. What I do my lads I put them in statically we see that it's like oh my god. Hexadecimal numbers. I don't know. You know it's we're not used to seeing that's all that's all it is. Well once you start working with IPV 6 and it becomes a daily part of your routine in the I.T. world it will be something that you will embrace and you'll get used to just like we have with everything else so people so how difficult to do I think for them to take one of my courses or read my book and then ask them or God that was so simple why wasn't I told that before. So the same thing with IAP 6 as you will see. So definitely yes we do need IPB 6. We must embrace I-26 and start using it as soon as possible. We'll continue talking I the six and all features and all and configurations. Lessons become too