IPv6, also known as IP Next Generation, is the internet protocol of the future. The new protocol has a lot of supporters, especially from Asian countries, where the currently available range of IP addresses is beginning to run out.
Windows Server 2008 offers complete support for IPv6 and all of its features out of the box. No additional installation or configuration is necessary. Windows Vista also contains a complete IPv6 stack, allowing these two operating systems to communicate via IPv6.
Installed by default - the Internet Protocol v6 (IPv6)
Address settings for IPv6
- Windows Server 2008 RC0
- Full Installation Or Core Only?
- Starting Up For The First Time
- Central Switchboard - The Server Manager
- Server Manager - Installing A Service
- Configuring Services
- IPv6 - Internet Protocol Of The Future
- SMB 2.0 - Copying Files Faster
- Integrated Virtualization - Hidden Installation
- Creating Virtual Machines
- Working With Virtual Machines
- Virtualization: Additional Features
- Web Server: IIS Version 7
- Disappointing - Outdated FTP Server, No SFTP
- The SSH Replacement - Windows Remote Shell
- The Go Live License For Productive Environments
- 90-minute Test - No Installation Required
- Windows Server With Vista's User Interface
- Technical Data