IPv6 is the next generation Internet Protocol. This course looks at the benefits and features of the new protocol along with an assessment of the likely impact of the protocol and migration strategies.
Sales staff, managers and other non technical staff.
IPv4 works, NAT, carrier grade NAT, addresses running out. Current state of IPv4 addressing.
Reasons for IPv6, what is IPv6? the origins of IPv6.
IPv6 address allocation, address format, prefixes, address categories, scope zones, global unicast, link local. Plug and play.
A migration plan, Dual stack, DNS, tunnelling, tunnel establishment, tunnel brokers, Tunnel types.
How IPv6 can affect the following: Firewalls, routers, switches!, DNS, Web services, Email.
IPv6 release 1996, 3G, World IPv6 day 2011, World IPv6 launch 2012.
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This structured training course seeks to build upon workbook learning through the use of group exercises, dynamic discussion and individual tasks in order to deliver an engaging and interactive module that will ensure all candidates are able to transfer their new skills into the workplace.