IPv6 Network Programming
- Jun-ichiro Hagino, Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino is a Senior Researcher at IIJ research laboratory,a Core Researcher at KAME project and an IETF Internet Architecture Board member.
Application programmers who write network-oriented applications, such as web browsers, web servers, and email clients.
- Published: October 2004
- Imprint: DIGITAL PRESS
- ISBN: 978-1-55558-318-7
"The author is an authority on the subject. The text is clear and to the point; it contains sufficient, complete examples, which can be downloaded from a Web site. One particular aspect of this book makes it different from most others. It has 361 pages. The appendices start on page 81 and contain relevant, additional documentation for IPv6 network programming. The inclusion of four RFC (request for comments) documents is rather unexpected: most people would use http://www.rfc-editor.org, rather than a book, when they need to check details. If you are responsible for networking code, and you need to migrate programs from IPv4 to IPv6, prepare such a migration, or start clean with IPv6, you will be able to pick up the essentials from this book without difficulty." - Computing Review 2005