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    Default IPv6 in the server world.

    Im curious, is it already being used in a big way. How long , at a rough guess of course , has Ip4 got left?

    Being in the process of learning ip4 (sub netting etc etc) for 291 at the moment, it seems that maybe im going to have to learn the same thing all over again this time with ip6! Guess I better get used to it huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by timoski View Post
    Being in the process of learning ip4 (sub netting etc etc) for 291 at the moment, it seems that maybe im going to have to learn the same thing all over again this time with ip6! Guess I better get used to it huh?
    Yep, we're all gonna have to learn the new system one day. Personally I don't think IPv6 will be prevalent for another 5-10 years. Hopefully I'll be out of the technical field before it happens.
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    I am so frustrated at the moment! been trying to learn about ipv6. none of it makes any sense. I feel the same way. I have been studying so hard for the ccna and still am and the thought of having to do it all over again over such a complex topic is just do depressing. I was so happy because i understand ipv4 so well and can subnet with ease. is there an easy way to learn ipv6. any good resources ?

    this suckss!
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