Server administrators must be familiar with the basic principles of the IPv4 and IPv6 address spaces. This section reviews those principles and describes the usual process for designing IPv4 and IPv6 addressing strategies.

Following are points which will discuss in coming sections

Subqueries

As mentioned, a subquery can return different forms of results. It can return a single value, multiple values, or even ...
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IPv4 addressing

As you probably know, The IPv4 address space consists of 32-bit addresses, notated as four 8-bit decimal values from 0 ...
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IPv6 addressing

As most administrators know, IPv6 is designed to increase the size of the IP address space, thus providing addresses for ...
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Subnetting IPv6 Addresses

As with IPv4, administrators can create a hierarchy of subnets using IPv6 addresses. However, in IPv6, no subnet masks are ...
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Planning an IP transition

Many enterprise administrators are so comfortable working with IPv4 addresses that they are hesitant to change. Network Address Translation (NAT) ...
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