A management perspective of the Department of Defense (DOD) Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPV6) transition plan, where it is today, and where it needs to be by the year 2008
Hart, Peter W.
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This thesis focused on the management aspects of the DoD IPv6 Transition Plan. It addressed the management required to transition the DoD computer systems from IPv4 to IPv6. The study identified how computer systems will be affected by the transition from IPv4 to IPv6. The advantages, disadvantages, and risks associated with the transition were analyzed to determine potential areas of improvement. The study provided recommendations that can be used before, during and after the transition. This thesis investigated the ramifications of transitioning to IPv6. It compared the Transition Plan to the current state of preparedness by DoD agencies. It determined whether or not IPv6 can be implemented by 2008. When possible, it identified where the DoD will have to concentrate its effort to ensure the transition goes smoothly and on time.
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