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TOP LOC 1803 IPv6 Basics

 

You will get a comprehensive overview of the next generation Internet Protocol.

Audience

Technical staff from

  • Fixed network operators responsible for network planning, operation and maintenance
  • Infrastructure suppliers and terminal manufacturers
  • Software companies and measurement equipment suppliers responsible for development, production, quality monitoring, service and documentation
  • Service providers responsible for service planning

Prerequisites

TCP/IP Basics

Objectives

You will get a comprehensive overview of the next generation Internet Protocol. You will look at the benefits and features of the new protocol along with an appreciation of the likely impact on the existing Internet Protocol and migration strategies. Thus you will be able to participate in decisions with more competence and develop and manage your IP product more efficiently.

Methods

IPv6 is an instructure lead course incl. pratical exercises

Content

The Need for IPv6
IPv6 Addressing
IPv6 Addressing Subnet Prefix and Interface ID
IPv6 Addressing Mathematics
IPv6 Address Compression Format
IPv6 Address Types
IPv6 Subnetting and Global Routing
EUI-64 Interface ID
Multiple IP Addresses
IPv6 Header
IPv4 Header versus IPv6 Header
IPv6 Extension Headers
ESP/AH Extension Header
Fragmentation Extension Header
Routing Extension Header
Hop-By-Hop and Destination Extension Header
IPv6 ICMP
ICMPv6 similar messages to IPv4
The Neighbor Discovery Protocol NDP
NS and NA - The new ARP
NDP Stateless Autoconfiguration
Stateful Autoconfiguration with DHCPv6
IPv6 Routing
IPv4 and IPv6 Routing Tables
Dynamic Routing Protocols for IPv6
Route Aggregation and IPv6 Subnetting
IPv6 and DNS
IPv6 and the DNS tree
IPv6 new Resource Record Types
Coexistence and Transitioning
Overview
Dual Stack
Upper Layers and IPV6
IPV6 in IPV4 Static Tunneling
6to4
Other Transitional Technologies

Duration

2 days

Dates

Dates on request

Certificate

Zertifikat der GRUNDIG AKADEMIE

Language

English