Books on Next Generation IP (IPv6)
One to five asterisks in front of the some of the books represent our subjective view of their goodness. The titles without asterisks have not been rated. The books are arranged in the reverse order of year of publication.
- [*****] Peter Loshin, "
IPv6 Clearly Explained," Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, January 1999, 352 pages. [Recommended]
- [*****] Douglas E. Comer, "
Internetworking with TCP/IP Vol. I: Principles, Protocols, and Architecture," Prentice Hall, March 1995, 640 pages.
- Blair Rampling, "
The Concise Guide to IPv6," Unknown, May 2000, 350 pages.
- Peter H. Salus, "
Big Book of Ipv6 Addressing Rfcs," Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, April 2000, 450 pages.
- Marcus Goncalves, Kitty Niles, "
Hands-On IPv6," McGraw-Hill, May 1998, 550 pages.
- Silvano Gai, "
Internetworking IPv6 with Cisco Routers," McGraw-Hill, March 1998, 448 pages.
- Mark A. Miller, "
Implementing Ipv6," Hungry Minds, Inc, February 1998.
- Stewart Miller, "
IPv6: The Next Generation Protocol," Unknown, November 1997, 366 pages.
- Sidnie, Dr Feit, "
TCP/IP: Architecture, Protocols, and Implementation with IPv6 and IP Security," McGraw-Hill, October 1996, 577 pages.
- Stephen A. Thomas, "
IPng and the TCP/IP Protocols: Implementing the Next Generation Internet," Wiley, January 1996, 496 pages.
- Scott O. Bradner, Allison Mankin, "
Ipng Internet Protocol Next Generation," Addison-Wesley, January 1996, 307 pages.
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