Learn what IPv6 is all about, what's new and how to use it. Vendor independent, interdisciplinary class from the expert!
What are the requirements?
You should be familiar with IPv4
Knowing how to subnet IPv4 is a plus (don't have to be fast, just know the basics)
You should know what ARP does in an IPv4 network
Knowing about VPN tunnels, what they are used for and how they work is a plus
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 31 lectures and 2 hours of content!
Understand why we need IPv6 and why it is here to stay
Know how IPv6 addressing works and what types of addresses there are
Know where to get those addresses
Be able to divide or subnet an IPv6 network
Know what's new in ICMPv6 (aka. how do you ping and traceroute?)
Tell what the IPv6 header looks like and how it can be modified by Extension Headers
Explain how Neighbor Discovery works (this replaces ARP)
Configure devices to get their addresses (using DHCPv6 or stateless address autoconfiguration). We will not go into detail how IPv6 is configured on any specific vendor's software and hardware and cover the technology aspects instead. By knowing how the technology works, you will know what to look for when selecting new hardware, software, or when you need to find out how a specific configuration is done on your devices. I will show examples on Cisco IOS, Juniper JUNOS, HP, Windows and Linux for reference
Tell what changed in DNS and how to make your website IPv6 enabled
Run IPv6 side by side in your IPv4 network without impact (Dual Stack)
Know what routing protocols are available for IPv6 and what the major differences to IPv6 routing protocols are
Know what tunneling options are available and how to connect IPv6 islands over IPv4 networks
Secure your network and keep malicious threats out
Tell what the best practices are when setting up your secure IPv6 network
Connect to the IPv6 Internet in the perfect way depending on your network
Monitor your IPv6 network
Plan and manage your IP addressing
Connect to IPv4 hosts when you are IPv6-only and don't run Dual Stack
What is the target audience?
This essentials class is vendor independent and interdisciplinary. The target audience is system administrators, network engineers and IT support staff. You will need a solid understanding of IPv4. There is no need for detailed knowledge about routing protocols or server applications, but you should be familiar with networks and how computers interact using IPv4
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