Basic IPv6 Workshop

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Ready or not, IPv6 is here!

IPv6 was developed more than a decade ago, but now is being implemented by both service providers and companies alike primarily due to the lack of IPv4 addresses. This one day hands-on will cover IPv6 concepts, IPv6 Address Basics, and IPv6 basic configuration in a Cisco infrastructure. This workshop is suitable for network engineers, network operators or Systems/IT admin who are responsible about network operation in their organization.


Objectives

This workshop will help to :

  • Understand the differences and similarities between IPv4 and IPv6
  • Know that deploying IPv6 will enable continued IP networking growth
  • Understand the implications of running out of available IPv4 address space
  • also to remove some of the fear related to IPv6 deployment and to enable it

Workshop Level

Intermediate Level

Instructor

  • Salih Shihab Aldeen
  • Sara Alamin Mohamed

Requirements

  • It is assumed you are familiar with common IP terminology and have practical knowledge of running an IP network.
  • Participants should bring a laptop computer to participate in the lab, with 2GB RAM as minimum.

Date & Time

  • Date: Saturday, 17 March 2018, NTC tower 1st floor
  • Time: 9:30AM - 4:30PM

Outline

  • Internet Ecosystem
  • IPv4 Exhaustion
  • IPv6 Address Basics > notation, shortening rules
  • IPv6 Address Types
  • IPv6 vs IPv4
  • transition mechanism
  • Basic Configuration

Registration

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