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By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | October 14, 2010, 11:48am PDTIt would have been so easy if the early Internet and TCP/IP network designers had made IPv6 backward compatible with IPv4. They didn't. In 1981, IPv4's 32-bit 4.3 billion addresses look more than enough addresses for the ARPANet/Internet. That was the Internet then, this is the Internet now.Oh, network professionals saw the Internet address shortage coming and knew it would be a problem. I can't do better than to quote, Leslie Daigle, Chief Internet Technology Officer for the Internet Society, who admitted at a June 2009 meeting that "IPv6's lack of real backwards compatibility for IPv4 was [its] single critical failure." It's too late now to cry over spilled standards. We need to work on getting the two fundamental network standards to peacefully co-operate today.There are several ways of handling this issue. Let me warn you right now, none of them are perfect, but one, or more of them, should w…
The last thing any IT consultant wants to do is get caught up in a consulting engagement that costs him lots of time and effort and makes him very little money. It's frustrating, counter-productive, and almost certainly ensures you won't have return business with that customer. In order to safeguard the profitability of the engagement, you need to keep five key things in mind when you're: discussing the project with the customer, scoping and pricing the project, and executing on the project. 1: Have a spineWhat I mean by "having a spine" is that you need to be able to do the following: Say no to the customer when necessary.Stand firm for what you believe to be the necessary tasks.Be confident and unwavering when directing the activities of others.Stand firm to prices quoted.Stand behind your estimate and the work involved.Some of these items may be especially challenging when you're just starting out in IT consulting, but in the end, you'll be more profit…