IPv6 Hands-on: Understanding IPv6


IPv6 Hands-on: Understanding IPv6 
In three days you will learn the new features and opportunities of IPv6 so that you will be able to integrate the new technology in your strategic.

IPv6 Hands-on: New Features & Opportunities - Learn from the Source

This course has been developed by Silvia Hagen, Sunny Connection, an experienced expert on IPv6 and author of many successful books. The trainers teaching for Sunny Connection are experienced networkengineers and have been trained and certified to teach theses courses by Silvia Hagen. The hands-on labs and practicall information about migration scenarios and co-existence with IPv4 provide you with a good foundation to apply it to your specific environment and requirements, plan for your migration and set up labs and test installations as well as evaluate vendor support specific to your needs. This course is usually taught in German. For inhouse courses and if you have more than 4 people we can set up English courses individually. In this case please contact Silvia Hagen..

«Great mix of theory and practice with good labs. Based on real world examples Silvia explained what the success factors are for IPv6 integration. This showed me several important issues that I will have to take care of. Generally I have received a very good insight into the whole topic. Please keep going!»
David Hirsbrunner, Emmi Schweiz AG, 29.01.2016

Each student has his own virtualized lab environment with 3 routers, clients, a DHCPv6 and a DNS server. Wireshark is used to analyze communication. The easiest way to get started, play around withoout putting your production environment at risk.

Benefit

  • With the understanding gained in this course you can identify what IPv6 brings to your network, and what it's impact will be. 

  • You can describe the important new features of IPv6 from a techical perspective and get and understanding of how they affect your current architecture and processes.

  • You can compare IPv4 functionality with IPv6 functionality
  • You have a good overview of transition and co-existence mechanisms
  • You have become famiiar with the configurations on routers, clients and of DNS and DHCPv6IPv6

Target Audience

Technical decision makers, IT and network architects, network analysts, IT consultants, network, system and security engineers, as well as application developers and vendors, who want a well grounded overview of all the new functionality of IPv6.

Pre-requirements

A good understanding of networking and TCP/IP are required. No special understanding of IPv6 is required. .

Location & Language

The course is offered at the locations of Digicomp Academy. Ususally in German, On request and a minimum of 4 attendees we offer it in English.

Duration and cost

3 days 

Next dates:
23. - 25. November 2016
1. - 3. February 2017
5. - 7. April 2017

Regular Ticket: CHF 2'850.-/person

Registration

Details on content

  1. Introduction
    • Short historical overview
    • Why IPv6?
  2. Structure of the protocol
    • IPv6 header structure
    • Comparison to IPv4 header
    • Extension header architecture, definition and impact
    • Currently defined extension headers
  3. Mobile IPv6
    • Short overview of the importance of this specification
    • Comparison with Mobile IPv4
    • Route Optimization: example for use of extension headers
  4. IPv6 Addressing
    • Current global status of IPv6 deployment
    • IANA pools, Internet growth rate
    • How many IPv6 addresses to we really have?
    • IPv6 address architecture
    • Address types (Unicast, Anycast, Multicast)
    • Format and notation ofIPv6 addresses
    • All about Interface Identifiers
    • Global prefixes
    • Special address types
  5. ICMPv6
    • Overview ICMPv6 and comparison with ICMPv4
    • ICMPv6 based functionality
    • IMCPv6 – new message types
    • Neighbor Discovery (ND)
    • Duplicate Address Detection (DAD)
    • Stateless Autoconfiguration (SLAAC)
    • Neighbor Unreachability Detection (NUD)
    • Path MTU Discovery (PMTDU)
    • Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD)
  6. Transition Mechanisms
    • Overview transition techniques  (Dual-stack, Tunneling, Translation and discussion of each technique)
    • 6to4, Isatap, Teredo, Tunnel Broker, 6rd, MAP
    • MPLS (6PE, PE)
    • Carrier Grade NAT (CGN, LSN)
    • DS-Lite
    • NAT64/DNS64, XLAT
  7. DNS
    • New DNS Record Types
    • DNS – Dual-stack Issues
    • Default Address Selection
    • DNS Communication
  8. DHCPv6
    • Overview specification
    • New message types and functionality
    • Stateless DHCPv6
    • Relaying
    • Header-Format
    • Relay-Message-Format
    • DHCPv6 Security Issues
  9. Routing Protocols
    • Overview
    • Configuration RIP, OSPFv3
    • Configuration SLAAC (Router Advertisement)
  10. Security and QoS
    • IPSec
    • IPv6 security elemente
    • Changes in IPv6 security (Enhancements)
    • Enterprise security strategies
    • Quality of Service
    • General security issues in IPv6 netzworks
    • Local Network Protection
  11. Integration of IPv6
    • Define integration strategy
    • Network assessment
    • Success factors, Best Practices
    • Advantages with timely planning
    • IPv6 addressing concepts
    • How to save cost
    • Golden rules