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IPv6 Network Architecture 102

Course Code

TO6102

Duration

3 Days

Due to the pace and duration of this course, ideal candidates for this course operate in medium to very large computing environment. They have a minimum of one year implementing and administering a variety of routers and switches in a networking environment.
This accelerated course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to configure and troubleshoot IPv6 on a network. This course is designed to transfer technical expertise on advanced networking and introduction to IPv6 routing protocols (IS-IS for IPv6 and BGP for IPv6). Additionally the course will include implementing IPv6 over MPLS, and QoS for IPv6. This course also includes addressing for Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) including unicast addressing, Multicast, and Anycast IPv6 Addressing.
This IPv6 course is designed for individuals who are senior IT professionals with advanced knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems, who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of networking concepts and skills to prepare for a career in network support or administration. A typical participant in the IPv6 Network Architecture course should have one year or more experience in the Information Technology or telephony fields. Advanced network experience is required with configuration expertise with routers and switches.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the benefits of IPv6 and the IPv6 Address Space
  • Describe Address Types, Address Notation, and Prefix Notation
  • Identify global routing prefixes and global unicast addresses
  • Provide special addresses (Unicast, Anycast, and Multicast Addresses)
  • Implement IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity
  • Implement Routing Protocols
  • Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IS-IS for IPv6
  • Configure, verify, and troubleshoot BGP for IPv6
  • Implement IPv6 over MPLS
  • Configure, verify, and troubleshoot QoS for IPv6

Overview of Objectives
Participant and Instructor Introductions
Course Overview

DAY 1 - AM:
Module 1: Why IPv6?
The History of IPv6 and Why We Need IPv6?
When Is It Time for IPv6 and What's New in IPv6?
IPv6 Around the World and IPv6 Status and Vendor Support

Module 2: The Structure of the IPv6 Protocol
General Header Structure
The Fields in the IPv6 Header
Extension Headers

DAY 1 – PM:
Module 3: IPv6 Addressing
The IPv6 Address Space
Address Types and Address Notation
Prefix Notation
Global Routing Prefixes
Unicast Address (Link-Local Address, Site-Local Address, Global Unicast Address)
Anycast Address, Multicast Address, and Special Addresses

Module 4: Implementing IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity
Configuring Loopback IPv6 Addresses
Configuring Static IPv6 with Global Unicast Addresses
Configuring the Link-Local Addresses and EUI-64 Addresses
Lab: Configuring IPv6 Addresses: Loopback, Static IPv6, Link-Local, and EUI-64

DAY 2 - AM:
Module 5: IP Routing: Implementing IS-IS for IPv6
Select an appropriate routing protocol based on user requirements
Design a simple internetwork using Cisco technology
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IS-IS for IPv6
Lab: Configuring IS-IS for IPv6

DAY 2 – PM:
Module 6: IP Routing: Implementing MP-BGP for IPv6
Select an appropriate routing protocol based on user requirements
Design a simple internetwork using Cisco technology
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot MP-BGP for IPv6
Lab: Configuring MP-BGP for IPv6

Day 3 - AM:
Module 7: IP Routing: Implementing IPv6 over MPLS
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IPv6 over MPLS
Lab: Configuring MPLS for IPv6

Day 3 – PM:
Module 8: Implementing QoS for IPv6
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot QoS for IPv6
Lab: Configuring QoS for IPv6

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