How to Plan Routing for IPv6

Inevitably, all broadband providers will need to support IPv6. Most regional Internet registries (RIRs) have already run out of IPv4 addresses and resources are limited worldwide. How can you plan for a painless transition? This document aims to set out the basic steps involved in planning for IPv6 on your network, and what to consider to plan routing for IPv6.

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Easy Management of Forward and Reverse DNS for IPv6

IPv6 introduces a number of new features for service providers, as well as creating new requirements for existing procedures. However, these processes don’t have to be complicated. With Address Commander and Name Commander, it’s easy to automate IPv6-related tasks, such as automatic forward and reverse DNS record generation.

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How to Transition Embedded Options to Prepare for DHCPv6 Readiness

Embedded options are slowly becoming standard for Broadband Command Center. This means that you no longer have to create a template and associate it to Client Class, Rule, and Device Classifier. Instead, a number of DHCP objects now have an embedded template (called “DHCPv4 Network Settings or DHCPv6 Network Settings”), where you can specify the DHCPv4/DHCPv6 options that you need to use. This feature eases the process of determining which options are required to provision a device and accelerates the diagnostic process when errors are encountered.    

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