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IPv6

Addressing, Routing & Migration

Today, IPv6 is an applicable standard. In the meantime, almost all vendors offer improved protocol stacks, applications, and migration strategies which permit the transition from IPv4 to IPv6.

Course Contents
• The Motivation
• The Protocol
• Routing Concepts for IPv6
• Migration Strategies
• Practice-Oriented Scenarios

During the course, the practical implementation of IPv6 will be performed in a test network.

In this course of the ExperTeach Networking series, each student will receive the comprehensive ExperTeach course documentation.

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Target Group
This course addresses network specialists wishing to study the potential of IPv6 and a corresponding migration. This course is also recommended for administrators who already have to fight with the limitations of IPv4, as well as persons responsible for networks who want to prepare themselves for the future planning of IPv6 networks.

Knowledge Prerequisites
A detailed know-how of IPv4 is also necessary for a successful participation in the course.

Course Objective
After the course, the participants will be familiar with the benefits and improvements offered by IPv6. They will be able to assess the effort required for a migration to IPv6 and the demands made on the parallel application of IPv4 and IPv6.

Online Seminare Dates

In order to participate in an online seminar, you require a PC with an Internet access (minimum data rate: 1 Mbps). For audio via VoIP application, we recommend to use a USB headset. Optionally, you can use a camera.

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