You can have as many public addresses as you want
You are out of IPv4 addresses
You need features provided by IPv6
It is less complex and easier to understand
Having stacks of routers in adjacent datacenter racks, for redundancy
A system that is running either IPv4 or IPv6
A system that is running both IPv4 or IPv6
A system that is running tow instances of IPv6
You have an IPv4 host that cannot be upgraded but needs to talk to the rest of the IPv6 network.
You have a dual-stack host connected to an IPv4 network, and it needs to talk to the rest of the IPv6 network.
You have two islands of IPv6 hosts separated by an IPv4 network.
. You have two islands of IPv4 hosts separated by an IPv6 network
Configuring an ISATAP router
adding an A record for ISATAP in DNS
adding an AAAA record for ISATAP in DNS
configuring the clients
Clients need a unique IP address.
Clients need to know their default gateway.
Clients need to know their DNS server and domain suffix.
There is no valid reason.
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Outputs a list of commands that can be used to rebuild the current IPv6 configuration
Outputs diagnostic information about IPv6 that you can send to Microsoft for analysis
Ts the configuration to factory defaults and wipes the buffers and counters
To evaluate products
to test applications as they are migrated to IPv6
To test designs and create standardized configurations
All of the above
convert everything at once
None of the above
It will not be able to talk to any IPv6 hosts.
It will be able to talk to the IPv6 Internet.
It will only be able to talk to your IPv6 intranet.
It will only be able to talk to IPv6 nodes on its local link.
one per interface
as many as you configure
None, because only routers have link-local addresses
Increases memory required to store the routing table
increases time to look up entries in the routing table
increases the size of packets in the routers
increases the number of prefix announcements between routers
Your legacy IPv4 protocol
your hardware vendor
The size of your circuits
The size and complexity of your network
All IPv6 nodes
only IPv6 routers
IPv6 routers and servers but not laptops
only devices running an IPv6 routing protocol
Test routing protocol changes
Test tunneling schemes
test security products
all of the above
The server will automatically translate from IPv4 to IPv6 to talk to the clients.
The clients will automatically translate from IPv6 to IPv4 to talk to the application.
The application will automatically translate from IPv4 to IPv6 to talk to the clients.
Clients will be unable to communicate with the application.
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