This two-day, instructor-led, hands-on, lab-heavy training class is ideally suited for network and systems engineers of all skill and experience levels. It covers the fundamentals of IPv6 and its similarities and differences with respect to IPv4. Also covered in the course are 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.
Hands on labs are conducted on remotely-hosted, actual networking equipment.
This course is certified "Gold" by the IPv6 Forum Education Logo Program. The course will be delivered by a “Gold” certified IPv6 Engineer and “Gold” certified IPv6 Instructor.
Upon completion of this course and successfully passing the certification exam, participants may take the examination to achieve the Silver Certified Engineer certification.
Time: May 7 - 10:30 AM
Location: Room 110
Audience Level: Expert
Audience Knowledge: Basic Networking