[afripv6-discuss] Transition Techniques for IPv6 – Some Techniques are ‘Bad’!

Mukom Akong Tamon mukom.tamon at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 06:17:04 SAST 2011


Summary: Transition techniques are a key set of tools that will help
organizations as they plan and deploy their transition to IPv6.
However, not all transition techniques are born equal. This post makes
the case for the fact that some types of transition techniques should
not be emphasized (and should in fact be discouraged) when teaching
IPv6, as they might hurt IPv6 deployment.

Mukom Akong Tamon
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