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I took an online course from TrainingCity. The instructor was very knowledgeable. The course materials were well prepared. The labs were instructive and provided a good hands-on experience. March 20, 2007

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Course Outline
IPv6 Training Course: Hands ON Workshop
Course: 801
Duration: 3 Days
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Do you need to gain detailed understanding of the future of TCP/IP? This course focuses on intense, hands on lab activities to allow attendees to build real world expertise with IPv6. Topics such as IPv6 implementation for DNS, mobility, multicasting, security, transition mechanisms, routing, and other emerging topics are explored.
What You Will Learn
  • Real World IPv6 Hands ON experience
  • IPv4 to IPv6: What's the difference?
  • IPv6 Addressing
  • What's up with Multicasting in IPv6?
  • What is Neighbor Discovery & Autoconfiguration?
  • The future of Mobile IPv6
Who Should Attend
  • Network Admin staff
  • IT Security Professionals
  • Software Designers
  • IT Managers
  • VoIP Professionals
  • LAN / WAN personnel
Course Benefits
  • Get up to speed on IPv6 in this professional hands on workshop
  • Learn from experts in the field
  • Join your colleagues from many of the world's leading technology companies who trust TrainingCity for IPv6 Training
  • Ask us for references!
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bulletHands On Training
Lab 1.0: Enabling IPv6
Lab 1.1: Vista IPv6 Overview
Lab 2.0: Configure DNS with IPv6, capture and analyse traffic
Lab 3.0: Understanding Renumbering
Lab 4.0: Configure & enable RIPng. Traffic analysis using Protocol Analyzer
Lab 4.1: Configure & enable OSPFv3. Traffic analysis using Protocol Analyzer
Lab 4.2 MP-BGP Implementation Case Study
Lab 5.0: Establish a manual tunnel
Lab 5.1: Using a Tunnel Broker
Lab 5.2: Implementing 6to4