Duration: 3 days
Internet Protocol 6 (IPv6), developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is an Internet layer protocol for packet switched interworking, is intended to replace IPv4. It deals with the long anticipated problem of IPv4 address exhaustion and introduces features not present in IPv4. This course provides participants with an overview of IPv6 technology necessary for deploying IPv6 in the enterprise and service provider networks. Topics covered include IPv6 operation, addressing routing, services and migrations.
Who will Benefit:
Staff involved in the administration and maintenance of IP networks and those migrating their IPv4 networks to IPv6 based networks
Basic knowledge of telecommunications and data communications is necessary
Mode of Delivery:
Instructor led classes, multi-media simulations, demonstrations, and tutorial exercise.
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