Many thanks, Great work!! Change your certification SAAD June I just started studying for this exam and I can tell you that I'm already annoyed with some of the focus on IPv6.
We have all heard for years that IPv4 is going to die and that it's IPv6 is inevitable The reality is that I have not used IPv6 in a single network that I have worked at and I've been in the business for 11 years now ranging from exceedingly large networks like Motorola's campus to small organizations such as the one I work at now. While I understand that there is a need to know why IPv6 exists and that as the population and businesses grow eventually we will probably go to some form of it, it is simply WAY too early in the game to be force feeding technicians this nonsense.
There are a couple of nice benifits of IPv6 other than simple growth accomodation such as removing the need for ARP no more ARP poisoning but in reality why do we need more bloat installed on our clients that we don't need at the current time and why do we need to test on it on the level that Microsoft is clamoring on about in it's Press Kits. Isn't this chicken or the egg?
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It's going to be even more difficult to implement if no one knows how to use it. Plus, IPv6 has other benefits in addition to an enormous address space.
It will probably start out in niche areas and continue to gain popularity over time. Cisco's pushing IPv6 as well. Well, I won't switch to IPv6 until the folks that invented the Internet switch! Oh, wait, nevermind OMB further requires, to the maximum extent practicable, all new IT procurements include IPv6 capable products and systems. Originally written for Server , I found an updated downloadable version for that I added to the recommended reading section. If you are new to Windows networking, I recommend reviewing it. If you have a lot of experience, a quick skim as a refresher would probably suffice.
I If you are new to Windows networking, I recommend reviewing it. July October Some notes I took on Network Access March For the MCTS training kit, there are quite a few corrections needed to the text. I'm sure there are more errors in the text.
I'm just into the MCTS training kit and it has a longer list of corrections. That list of corrections doesn't even mentiion any of their errors on the hands on exercises, just typos mostly. Edit: 11 May Just passed the yesterday. I'm definitely going to utilize thtis list while studying for the I'm gonna look over some of these resouirces here instead of rereading material I've already read. Edit: 29May These resources are definitely useful so far. I'm probably overstudying for the test but it's always good to learn more. I have access to IT Academy but all of their labs have been "unavailable" so the technet virtual labs listed here are definitely helpful and a big time saver.drs.dongdmc.com
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The DNS resources are excellent and I'm even starting to read over some of the RFC's so as to understand the technology and standards better. Good resources Claymoore. Might want to add Amazon. No longer work in IT. Play around with stuff sometimes still and fix stuff for friends and relatives. LCA Posts: Member. September The items changed are in bold red. Make note of these changes as some items have been removed that were covered by the Server objectives.
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