IPv6 Configuration, Operation and Maintenance Training

IPv6 Configuration, Operation and Maintenance Training

Introduction:

IPv6 Configuration, Operation and Maintenance Training Course Hands-on

IPv6 Configuration, Operation and Maintenance Training course focusing on IPv6 Configuration, Operation and Maintenance. It also covers IPv6 management and troubleshooting and a look into network connectivity, tools such as trace route, Ping, Netstat and communications trace functions to test connections and routes for both types of networks.

In this IPv6 Configuration, Operation and Maintenance Training course, you will gain the knowledge and skills needed to configure, operate, maintain and troubleshoot IPv6 networks. You will get an overview of IPv6 technologies, configuration, operation, maintenance and troubleshooting techniques and tips. You will also learn about IPv6 operations, addressing, routing, services, and transition. By reviewing case studies, you’ll learn to deploy IPv6 in enterprise and service provider networks.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

IPv6 Configuration, Operation and Maintenance TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 3-4 days

Objectives:

◾Structure of the IPv6 address format
◾How IPv6 is supported in different platforms
◾Configuration, operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of IPv6 services and applications
◾Managing changes to DNS and DHCP required to support IPv6
◾Network renumbered using DNS and DHCP
◾Updates to IPv4 routing protocols needed to support IPv6 topologies
◾Multicast concepts and IPv6 multicast specifics
◾IPv6 security
◾Best practices for managing IPv6-enabled networks

Course Content:

Introduction to IPv6
◾IPv6 Addressing
◾Unicast Addresses
◾Anycast Addresses
◾Multicast Addresses
◾64-bit MAC Address Assignment
◾Loopback and Unspecified Addresses
◾IPv6 Header Information
◾New Header Format
◾IPv6 Extension Headers
◾ICMPv6 Network Operation
◾Neighbor Advertisement
◾Router Solicitation
◾Router Advertisement
◾Routing Services and Protocols
◾Routing Protocols Supported by IPv6
◾RIPng Protocol
◾RIPng Enhancements
◾Enabling IPv6 on Windows, Linux, Apple, UNIX and Cisco
◾OSPFv3 Protocol
◾BGP Protocol
◾IBGP and EBGP Neighbors
◾Address Family IPv6 Configuration
◾IPv6 Access List
◾DNS Overview
◾DNS infrastructure
◾IPv6 Tunneling
◾IPSec Tunneling
◾Setting up the IPSec6 Tunnel

IPv6 Configuration
◾Configuring IPv6 Addresses
◾Configuring IPv6 Default Router
◾IPv6 DNS Settings
◾Configuring IPv6 RouteTable
◾Active Routes
◾Address assignment
◾Routing support
◾DNS support on resource record and transport
◾Application support on server
◾IPv4 / IPv6 dual routing configuration
◾ICMPv6 filtering
◾Path MTU Discovery
◾Fall back to IPv4 from IPv6
◾DNS support on resource record
◾Application support on server
◾Windows, Mac OS X, Solaris
◾FreeBSD, NetBSD, GNU/Linux
◾Applications support IPv6

IPv6 Operation and Maintenance
◾IPv6 Addressing
◾Static IPv6 Assignment
◾DHCPv6 Configuration
◾IPv6 Multicast Services
◾Connecting to the IPv6 Internet
◾IPv6 Multicast Routing
◾IPv6 PIM-DM
◾Routing Services and Protocols
◾Routing Protocols Supported by IPv6
◾Key configuration
◾IPv6-Enabled Routing Protocols
◾Routing with RIPng
◾OSPFv3
◾Integrated IS-IS
◾Multitopology IS-IS for IPv6
◾EIGRP for IPv6
◾MP-BGP
◾Configuring Route Redistribution
◾Route Redistribution
◾PE-CE Redistribution for Service Providers
◾GRE Tunneling
◾IPv6 Internal Routing
◾Peer Group Configuration
◾Route Redistribution
◾Route Maps
◾BGP Configuration
◾IPv6 Access List
◾IPSec Tunneling
◾IPSec Authentication
◾Configuring IPSec authentication
◾Advanced Reflexive ACLs
◾IPv6 Mobility
◾Advanced IS-IS
◾ICMPv6 Network Operation
◾Neighbor Solicitation
◾Neighbor Advertisement
◾Router Solicitation
◾Router Advertisement
◾Testing DNS
◾OS IPv6 Configuration
◾Windows
◾Linux
◾BSD
◾Mac OS X
◾IPv6 device configuration

IPV6 Configuration, Operations and Management FOR WINDOWS
◾IPv6 Deployment Strategies for Windows
◾Application Changes
◾IPv6 ping, telnet and FTP
◾Mail systems and IPv6
◾IPv6 enabled web-servers
◾The Programming Interface
◾Socket Library changes for IPv6
◾IPv6 Code Migration Tools
◾Sockets & Winsock APIs
◾Perl, Java, C# support for IPv6

IPV6 Configuration, Operations and Management for LINUX
◾Linux IPv6 Programming Interface
◾Port and Sockets
◾Socket Library for IPv6
◾The updated Socket API
◾IPv6 Socket Programming
◾Socket Programming with TCP
◾Changes socket API for IPv6 Support
◾IPv6 Code sequence
◾Socket Interface
◾Address data structures
◾Name-to-address translation functions
◾Address conversion functions
◾Perl, Java, C# support for IPv6
◾IPv6-ready system check
◾Configuring interfaces
◾Configuring normal IPv6 routes
◾Neighbor Discovery
◾Kernel settings in /proc-filesystem
◾Netlink-Interface to kernel
◾Address Resolver
◾Network debugging
◾Support for persistent IPv6 configuration in Linux distributions
◾Auto-configuration
◾Mobility
◾Firewalling
◾Security
◾Encryption and Authentication
◾Quality of Service (QoS)
◾IPv6-enabled daemons
◾Configuring a Linux server for IPv6
◾Linux IPv6 protocol implementation
◾Setting system parameters
◾Resolving names
◾IP address configuration
◾DNS configuration (client and server)
◾SNMP configuration
◾xinetd configuration
◾ip6tables configuration
◾NTP configuration
◾NFS configuration (NFS packet security emphasis)
◾sshd configuration
◾syslog configuration
◾Getting connected
◾Tunnel types
◾Setting up the tunnel
◾Allowing proto-41 traffic
◾Setting up an IPv6-capable gateway
◾Enabling forwarding
◾apache/lighttpd configuration
◾other services (instructor suggestions requested)
◾IPSec Key Management

IPV6 Configuration, Operations and Management for CISCO IOS ROUTER
◾Preference
◾Privacy Extensions
◾Packet Filter/Firewall
◾Access control lists (ACLs)
◾Tunneling IPv4/IPv6
◾Configured tunnels
◾DHCPv6
◾PPPv6
◾Routing
◾Management
◾User Access and Privilege Levels
◾TACACS+
◾Using privacy and temporary addresses
◾Enabling IPv6 Routing and Configuring IPv6 Addressing
◾Mapping Host Names to IPv6 Addresses
◾Monitoring and Maintaining IPv6

IPv6 Troubleshooting tests
◾Verifying the IPv6 Experience
◾Identify your IPv6 address
◾Test your IPv6-based browsing connectivity
◾Test PMTUD
◾Test your e-mail server connectivity
◾Test webmail
◾Test FTP access
◾Test NTP access
◾Test Bandwidth Connectivity
◾Test Performance
◾Test Website
◾Test a domain’s IPv6 readiness
◾Test for open ports
◾ICMP Rate-Limiting
◾Control over the error and informational message rate for IPv6 traffic
◾Mitigate the effects of a Denial-of-service attack
◾Ping6
◾Verification of access to a specific IPv6 device
◾Traceroute6 for tracing the route to an IPv6-enabled device on the network
◾ICMP Rate-Limiting
◾neighbor solicitations
◾neighbor advertisements
◾multicast listener discovery (MLD)
◾path MTU discovery (PMTU)
◾duplicate address discovery (DAD)
◾neighbor unreachability detection (NUD)
◾router discovery
◾neighbor discovery (NDP)
◾Examples of IPv6PingTests
◾Traceroute for IPv6
◾Examples of IPv6 Traceroute Probes
◾DNS Resolver for IPv6
◾DNS Configuration
◾Ping for IPv6 (Ping6)
◾Traceroute for IPv6
◾Viewing the Current Configuration
◾Debug/Syslog for IPv6
◾Configuring Debug and Event Log Messaging
◾Debug Command .
◾Configuring Debug Destinations
◾Logging Command
◾IPv6 related symptoms

IPv6 Troubleshooting Tools
◾Network Utilities
◾Troubleshooting IPv6
◾Problem, Cause and solution
◾Troubleshooting IPv6 Connectivity
◾Address Resolution
◾Verifying IPv6 Configuration
◾Verifying IPv6 Connectivity

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