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IPv6: I have a vague todo item on my personal agenda to "be less ignorant about IPv6" in my life. Any reading recommendations that teach basic practices that everyone can/should follow to help the cause? Or is it more productive to just "wait it out" until either someone yells at me why my $foo does not speak IPv6 or I finally crash against the wall in my own projects when my cozy IPv4 carpet is pulled out from under me at some point?

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@freebliss I can recommend the Hurricane-Electric IPv6 certification. Free (as in gratis), you get IPv6 access (because you likely don‘t have that at home because ISPs…), it’s self-paced and teaches a lot of the basics.

https://ipv6.he.net/certification/

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