Development of future course content requirements supporting the Department of Defense's Internet Protocol verison 6 transition and implementation
Kay, James T.
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This thesis will focus on academia, specifically the Naval Postgraduate School, and its requirement to implement an education program that allows facilitators to properly inform future students on the gradual implementation of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) technology while phasing out Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) from the current curriculum as the transition to IPv6 progresses. The DoD's current goal is to complete the transition of all DoD networks from IPv4 to IPv6 by fiscal year 2008. With this deadline quickly approaching, it is imperative that a plan to educate military and DoD personnel be implemented in the very near future. It is my goal to research and suggest a program that facilitators can use that will show the similarities, changes, advantages, and challenges that exist for the transition.
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