IPv6 Foundations (H3K67)
IPv6 Foundations is a 4-day instructor-led, hands-on, lab-heavy training class ideally suited for network and systems engineers of all skill and experience levels. This course provides an understanding of the fundamentals of IPv6, its similarities and differences with respect to IPv4. This course covers the mechanisms developed to facilitate transition, how IPv6 is accommodated in supporting technologies, such as routing protocols, DHCP and DNS, and multicasting as well as security. The course concludes with an overview of the IPv6 transition process.
Who should attend
• Network & system engineers • Network operations staff • IT staff • Infrastructure support staff • Infrastructure project management staff • Application developers • Test engineers