IPv6 Migration and Deployment Training

IPv6 Migration and Deployment Training


IPv6 Migration and Deployment Training Course by Example

This advanced, hands-on IPv6 Migration and Deployment Training course covers all you need to know about IPv6 migration and deployment strategies. You will gain a complete understanding of how to implement IPv6 using both interior and exterior routing protocols. You will configure MPLS, BGP, multicasting, and advanced OSPFv3, and you will gain an understanding of different IPv6 security vulnerabilities and learn how to protect your company’s network from current IPv6 attacks.

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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 Migration and Deployment TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 5 days


◾Migration strategies for implementing IPv6
◾Configure different IPv6 transition methods for tunneling IPv6 traffic over current IPv4 networks
◾Review different advanced deployment methods using DS-LITE, NAT64, DNS64 and 6rd (Rapid Deployment)
◾Implement IPv6 over EIGRPv6, OSPFv3, IS-ISv6, BGP, and MPLS networks
◾Current security concerns related to IPv6 and how to protect your company’s infrastructure from new IPv6 vulnerabilities
◾Plan and manage your migration strategy

Course Content:

Advanced IPv6 Addressing
◾Issues with Prefixes Longer Than ::/64
◾Prefix Assignment of ::/128
◾Static IPv6 Assignment
◾Anycast Address Deployment
◾Loopback Address Assignment
◾Sub-Interfacing using IPv6
◾Preferred Global and Temporary Addressing
◾Advanced Subnetting

◾EIGRPv6 Overview
◾Neighbor Discovery
◾Hello Message
◾EIGRPv6 Configuration
◾Routing Table

Advanced OSPFv3
◾OSPFv3 Overview
◾LSA Types
◾LSA 1-5
◾New Type 8
◾New Type 9
◾Area Types
◾Stub Area
◾Totally Stubby
◾Not-So-Stubby Area
◾Dual ABR
◾Setting Preferred Metric Cost
◾IPSec Authentication
◾Configuring IPSec authentication
◾IPv6 Area Route Summarization

◾DHCPv6 Overview
◾Configuring Router Flags
◾Configuring XP for DHCPv6
◾Configuring Windows for DHCPv6
◾Configuring Linux for DHCPv6
◾2008 DHCPv6 Service
◾Router Client DHCPv6
◾DHCPv6 IP Helper

IPv6 Multicast Routing
◾Multicast Listener Query
◾Multicast Listener Report
◾Multicast Listener Done

Advanced BGP4+
◾BGP4+ Overview
◾Neighbor Relationship
◾IBGP Full Meshing
◾GRE Tunneling
◾IPv6 Internal Routing
◾MED Announcements
◾Peer Group Configuration
◾Route Redistribution
◾Route Maps
◾BGP Configuration Example

MPLS for IPv6
◾MPLS Overview
◾MPLS Label Header
◾MPLS Labeling
◾MPLS Route Tagging
◾VRF and Route Targets
◾Route Distinguisher
◾6PE Overview
◾IPv6 Route Distinguisher
◾6PE Traffic Flow
◾IPv6 MPLS Configuration Example

◾Security Overview
◾Hacker Types
◾Assessing Your Threats
◾CIA Triad
◾Distribute List
◾Hacker Threats for IPv6
◾Neighbor Discovery
◾Denial of Service
◾Neighbor Spoofing Attack
◾Neighbor Poisoning
◾ICMPv6 Attacks
◾Anycast Threat

Advanced Reflexive ACLs
◾v6 ACL Overview
◾Reflexive ACL
◾Reflexive ACL Configuration Example

Advanced Deployment Methods
◾IPv6 Tunneling Methods
◾6to4 Manual
◾6to4 Automatic
◾Connecting to IPv6 Network
◾ISP Carrier Deployment
◾Carrier Options
◾LSN, CGN, and NAT464
◾NAT64 and DNS64 Illustrated
◾Government Mandate
◾Carrier Deployment Methods
◾CGv6, CRS-1, and CGSE

IPv6 Mobility Deployment
◾Home Agent
◾Home Address
◾Binding Agent
◾Triangular Routing and Route Optimization
◾Route Caching
◾Roaming Mobility
◾Home Agent Discovery
◾HoTI, CoTI, and HOT
◾Mobile IPv6 Deployment Examples

Advanced IS-IS
◾IS-ISv6 Overview
◾IS-IS Areas
◾L1 and L2 Databases
◾Configuration Examples

Broadband ISP Deployment
◾How Cable TV Works
◾Cable Signaling
◾Cable Network Overview
◾Cable Network Design
◾Bridge CM and CMTS
◾Bridge CM and CMTS Network Design
◾Routed CMTS Network
◾DOCSIS Standards
◾IPv6 Deployment in a Broadband Network
◾IPv4 Address Depletion
◾Broadband Equipment

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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