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1 day   *   Intermediate   *   Lecture only

Course Summary:
This IPv6 course covers technical knowledge behind IPv6 networking and migration issues including addressing, routing, QoS, security, mobility, transition and management.

Target Audience:
This course offers a introduction to IPv6 for network professionals, as well as administrators, managers, and executives who will be coping with the IPv6 upgrade.

Recommended Prerequisites:
A good working knowledge of general networking concepts is required. IPv4 is reviewed and compared/contrasted with IPv6, but implementing and managing IPv4 networks is assumed.

Course Objectives:
After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • describe IPv4 exhaustion and the case for IPv6
  • describe features, benefits, and operation of the IPv6 protocol
  • explain the IPv6 Address Architecture
  • describe the IPv6 Headers and extension headers
  • describe ICMPv6 and the Neighbour Discovery protocol
  • describe Routing in IPv6 networks
  • describe IPv6 and Quality of Service
  • describe IPv6 Migration and Transition mechanisms
  • explain Dual-stacks, 6to4, ISATAP and Teredo
  • discuss IPv6 Security and Mobility

    Last modified: 28-Feb-2012

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