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IPv6 Fundamentals Design & Deployment

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Price $3,395 before tax
Length: 5 Days
Course code: CI-IP6FD
Delivery Type Classroom

Session dates

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Description

This overview of IPv6 looks at fundamental theory as well as provides a strong foundation in designing and deploying IPv6 and leveraging the IPv6-ready Cisco IOS. You will get hands-on experience configuring routers and clients for IPv6, and leave with a plan for how to meet the challenges of migration.



The IPv6 Fundamentals, Design, and Deployment (IP6FD) v3.0 course is an instructor-led course that is presented by Cisco Learning Partners to their end-user customers. This five-day course aims at providing network engineers and technicians that are working in the enterprise sector with the knowledge and skills that are needed to study and configure Cisco IOS Software IPv6 features. The course also provides an overview of IPv6 technologies, covers IPv6 design and implementation, describes IPv6 operations, addressing, routing, services, transition, and deployment of IPv6 in enterprise as well as in service provider networks, and includes case studies useful for deployment scenarios. The course also includes remote labs.



Authorized Cisco training provided through Arrow's partnership with Fast Lane.

Objectives

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:



  • Describe the factors that led to the development of IPv6 and possible uses of this new IP structure 

  • Describe the structure of the IPv6 address format, how IPv6 interacts with data link layer technologies, and how IPv6 is supported in Cisco IOS Software 

  • Implement IPv6 services and applications 

  • Understand the updates to IPv4 routing protocols needed to support IPv6 topologies 

  • Understand multicast concepts and IPv6 multicast specifics 

  • Evaluate the scenario and desired outcome and identify the best transition mechanism for the situation 

  • Describe security issues, how security for IPv6 is different than for IPv4, and emerging practices for IPv6-enabled networks 

  • Describe the standards bodies that define IPv6 address allocation, in addition to one of the leading IPv6 deployment issues—multihoming 

  • Describe the deployment strategies that service providers might consider when deploying IPv6 

  • Describe case studies for enterprise, service provider, and branch networks


Participants

This course is primarily intended for:



Network Engineers and Technicians Network Operations Center (NOC) Support Personnel and Help Desk Technicians Any individual involved in implementation and verification of routing protocols in the enterprise networks



If you are looking for a course that focuses on IPv6 for Service Providers, it is recommended that you attend FL-IPV6SPDI.

Programme

Module 1: Introduction to IPv6



Describe the factors that led to the development of IPv6 and possible uses of this new IP structure.



Lesson 1: Explaining the Rationale for IPv6



This lesson defines how to describe the history of IPv4 and the rationale for implementing IPv6 to resolve IPv4 addressing and security issues. Upon completing this lesson, you will be able to:



Describe the expansion and adoption of IPv4 Describe address exhaustion in IPv4 Describe the rationale for creating a next-generation IP Describe why existing solutions, such as NAT, create new issues



The lesson includes these topics:



IP Address Allocation History of IPv4 Next Generation of IP IPv4 Workarounds



Lesson 2: Evaluating IPv6 Features and Benefits



This lesson defines how to explain the benefits of addressing with IPv6 and describe how larger IPv6 address sizes facilitate autoconfiguration and aggregation. Upon completing this lesson, you will be able to:



Describe the features and benefits of IPv6 Explain the size of an IPv6 address Describe how a larger IPv6 address space enables autoconfiguration and aggregation Discuss advanced IPv6 features Discuss the transition strategies to IPv6



The lesson includes these topics:



Features and Benefits of IPv6 IPv6 Addresses IPv6 Autoconfiguration and Aggregation Advanced IPv6 Features Transition Strategies to IPv6



Lesson 3: Understanding Market Drivers



This lesson defines how to describe market drivers and the rationale to move to IPv6. Upon completing this lesson, you will be able to:



Describe the huge potential in market growth for IPv6 (mobile) endpoints Explain the importance of native IPv6 content and how its availability is a motivation to move Explain that IPv6 in Microsoft, open-source products, and government mandates are additional drivers for adoption



The lesson includes these topics:



Market Growth for IPv6 Native IPv6 Content Drivers for Adoption



Module 2: IPv6 Operations



Describe the structure of the IPv6 address format, how IPv6 interacts with data link layer technologies, and how IPv6 is supported in Cisco IOS Software.



Lesson 1: Understanding the IPv6 Addressing Architecture



This lesson defines how to describe the IPv6 addressing architecture, including types of addresses and address representation. Upon completing this lesson, you will be able to:



Describe the IPv6 addressing architecture Describe the format and uses of the various types of IPv6 addresses Create and use the various types of IPv6 addresses Determine the required IPv6 addresses for an IPv6 host and an IPv6 router



The lesson includes these topics:



IPv6 Addressing Architecture IPv6 Address Formats and Types IPv6 Address Uses

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