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Category: Start / IPv6 Resources / Training and Education

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Native6  Popular
Focused exclusively on IPv6 training
Added on: 08-Nov-2004 | hits: 6557
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UAE IPv6 Task Force Training  Popular
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IPv6 is the next generation Internet Protocol offering a single backbone technology for new bread of applications such as secured end to end communication and seamless mobility across diverse overlay networks. IPv6 is now ready and organization who are not prepared for it will miss it. Network managers aware of this fact are confronted with several challenges associated to this implementation. This modular 5 days Training introduces network engineers, planners and managers to the new features of IPv6 and prepare them to adopt a smooth and successful transition to IPv6.
Added on: 12-Jan-2007 | hits: 29162
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Once upon a time... - The history of the Internet  Popular
When the ARPANET was designed in the late 1960s, it was outfitted with a Network Control Protocol (NCP) that made it possible for the very different types of hosts connected to the network to talk with each other. However, it soon became clear that NCP was limiting in some ways, so work started on something better. The engineers decided that it made sense to split the monolithic NCP protocol into two parts: an Internet Protocol that allows packets to be routed between the different networks connected to the ARPANET, and a Transport Control Protocol that takes a data stream, splits it into segments and transmits the segments using the Internet Protocol. On the other side, the receiving Transport Control Protocol makes sure the segments are put together in the right order before they're delivered as a data stream to the receiving application. An important implication of this approach is that unlike, for instance, a phone connected to a wired or wireless phone network, a host connected to the ARPANET then and the Internet now must know its own address. (...)
Added on: 12-Apr-2007 | hits: 76746
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