An anonymous reader writes: I have been studying IPv6 independently for a while now, and am looking at making it my new career. Since I don't have a work history in networking (aside from an N+ certification), it looks like the only way to do it would be to get an IPv6 certification. Therein lies the question: which certifications would be most likely to advance a career in IPv6? I looked at CCNA a while back, but IPv6 is just briefly touched by it in a single chapter. However, my goal is to get something that will put me in a position to help organizations transition to IPv6 — be it a dual-stack strategy or a migration to IPv6 only. So what, in your experience, is the best way to go about it?