IPv6 Training

IPv6 training will smooth the bumpy ride that lies ahead as the roll out of IPv6 across your network becomes inevitable. Make sure you your IT team is ready for the migration from IPv4 to IPv6 ensuring minimal downtime and lost productivity by making sure your team is properly prepared.

This 3 day course will teach the essentials of IPv6 and provide practical advice on how to strategies and plan your IPv6 roll out.

IPv6 Training Course Details
DescriptionDaysPrice (ex vat)
IPv6 Training3R7,800

IPv6 Training Course Objectives

  • IPv6 Overview -Why IPv6?
  • IPv6 Address Format/Notation,
  • IPv6 Addresses and address types:
    • Unicast,
    • Link-Local,
    • Site-Local,
    • Unique-Local,
    • Multicast,
    • Solicited-Node,
    • Transition Addresses,
    • Special-Purpose Addresses,
  • Packet Structure,
  • IPv6 Link Local
    • Neighbour Discovery Protocol
      • Finding out neighbour's L2 addresses,
      • Duplicate Address Detection,
      • ICMPv6 Messages Used by NDP
  • IPv6 Configurations
    • Stateless automatic address configuration (SLAAC),
    • Stateful automatic address configuration (DHCP),
    • Host Configuration [Windows, Linux/Unix],
    • IPv6 Address Planning
  • Fundamentals of Routing in IPv6
    • IPv6-Enabled Routing Protocols
  • Transition Mechanisms
    • The problem that transition mechanisms solve.
    • Configuring manual tunnels.
      • Teredo
    • Configuring 6to4 Automatic tunnels.
    • Overview of other translation techniques
  • IPv6 & DNS
  • Ipv6 Security
    • IPSec
    • Routing Header issues
    • Node Information Query
    • IPv6 filter rules for firewalls
  • IPv6 Privacy Extensions
    • IPv6 and privacy
    • Privacy Extensions
    • Randomized Host-ids
  • Labs/Exercises
    • Configuring IPv6 clients
      • Static Configuration
      • Automatic Configuration
      • Testing IPv6 connectivity with ping6 and traceroute6
    • Routing
      • Enabling IPv6 routing and configuring IPv6 addresses
      • Configuring static routing
    • Transition Techniques
      • Manual tunnels
      • Automatic 6to4 tunnels.