IPV6 TRAINING Course Details

IPv6 is the successor to the first addressing infrastructure of the Internet, Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4). In contrast to IPv4, which defined an IP address as a 32-bit value, IPv6 addresses have a size of 128 bits. Therefore, IPv6 has a vastly enlarged address space compared to IPv4.

IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) is a set of specifications from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) that's essentially an upgrade of IP version 4 (IPv4). ... The most obvious improvement in IPv6 over IPv4 is that IP addresses are lengthened from 32 bits to 128 bits.


    Certified IPv6 Network Engineer

•    IPv6 packet format
•    IPv6 extension headers
•    ICMPv6 & Message types
•    Differences between IPv4 and IPv6
•    IPv6 Address Architecture and Scheme
•    IPv6 Device Configuration
•    Auto-configuration
•    Neighbor solicitation messages
•    Router & Neighbor solicitation
•    Inverse neighbor solicitation
•    Neighbor advertisement messages
•    Router & Neighbor advertisement
•    Manual Tunnels, 6to4 & ISATAP
•    Name Service in IPv6
•    IPv6 and DNS
•    Introduction to IPv6 Security
•    Perimeter security & Packet filtering
•    Unmonitored IPv6 risks and mitigation
•    Intro to IPv6 Network Management / SNMPv3
•    IPv6 Impact to Applications & Application best practices

    Certified IPv6 Network Professional
•    IPv6 Tunneling and Translation Mechanisms
•    Routing Protocols & MPLS
•    Network Management
•    IPv6 Multicast
•    IPv6 Mobility
•    IPv6 Security
•    IPv6 Troubleshooting

    Certified IPv6 Network Administrator
•    IPv6 Foundations
•    Planning & deploying IPv6 client operating systems
•    IPv6 status of popular client operating systems Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, IOS
•    Provisioning IPv6 on client operating systems Manual configuration
•    Understanding and configuring IPv6 Desktop Security
•    Verifying the IPv6 Status of Popular Enterprise Applications
•    Planning & deploying IPv6 DNS Servers
•    Planning & deploying IPv6 Web Servers
•    Planning and deploying IPv6 Mail Servers
•    Planning and deploying an IPv6 Network Management Server
•    Planning & Deploying IPv6 Enterprise Security
•    Transition Techniques for Systems Administrators

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