IPv6: Hands-On Training Protocols and Migration

Course Description

IPv6 in practice, in theory and in the packet sniffer.

Internet Protocol version 6 is now widely available. In addition to ending the address shortage, IPv6 introduces new management mechanisms and new procedures for automatic configuration. Administrators need to understand these mechanisms in order to make their networks, servers, and clients IPv6 ready. However, network protocols always involve a certain amount of theory, which makes it difficult to get started. This training therefore has a lot of practical exercises, so that all aspects of IPv6 that are relevant in practice are not only discussed in theory, but also configured and analyzed in practice in a lab network.

Course Objectives

The participants learn the theoretical basics of IPv6 as well as the practical handling of IPv6. For this purpose, IPv6 is set up in a virtual lab network during the training. The participants configure all relevant protocols and services under Linux and analyze the protocols with Wireshark. Participants learn how to plan and implement the IPv6 rollout technically.

Course Outline

Target Audience and Prerequisites

The training is aimed at network and server administrators who already have experience with IPv4. Basic knowledge of IPv4 networks, especially the principles of addressing, subnetting and routing, is required. The participants must also be able to use the Linux command line.

Upcoming Trainings

2022

  1. 21.11–23.11

    German

    IPv6: Hands-On Training Protocols and Migration

    Online course with trainer

    3 Days | EUR1,800.00 (plus 19% VAT. = EUR2,142.00)

2023

  1. 15.05–17.05

    German

    IPv6: Hands-On Training Protocols and Migration

    Online course with trainer

    3 Days | EUR1,800.00 (plus 19% VAT. = EUR2,142.00)

Inhouse training

  1. This course is also available as in-house training.

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