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VoIP still doesn’t scale easily to carrier-class customer bases or service levels. The issues? QoS, firewalls and NAT, and security, to name a few. The long-term solution? Voice over IPv6. Yes, IPv6, long awaited, much maligned, but finally gaining worldwide momentum. If you’re a networking or telecom pro -- especially at carriers and equipment providers, but also in the enterprise -- it’s time to get ahead of the curve. Daniel Minoli’s Voice Over IPv6 is the book to read.
Minoli’s been everywhere from ARPA to Bell Labs, done everything from leading-edge wireless to venture capital. His VoIPv6 primer is deeply knowledgeable. It’s also exceptionally readable. Minoli walks through issues ranging from signaling and SIP to presence applications; thoroughly explains the limitations of today’s VoIP, and shows exactly how VoIPv6 overcomes them. There’s coverage of the transition, plus a welcome “applied” discussion of building tomorrow’s 3G VoIP nets. Bill Camarda, from the July 2006 Read Only