IPv6 Design and Deployment LiveLessons

IPv6 Design and Deployment LiveLessons

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  • Copyright 2017
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-465551-6
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-465551-2

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More than 6 hours of video training covering all aspects of deploying and designing IPv6 in Cisco networks.

IPv6 Design and Deployment LiveLessons is a comprehensive video training course that explains everything you need to know about deploying IPv6 in your enterprise environment. The information compiled here will aid you in leading your organization to a rich and full deployment of IPv6. You will find a balance between what you need to know to design IPv6 in the enterprise and what you need to know to deploy IPv6.

There are 10 lessons with more than 6 hours of video training in IPv6 Design and Deployment LiveLessons. Coverage includes
* Design Considerations
* IPv6 Protocol
* General Design Principles
* Host Role in IPv6
* IPv6 Network Services
* Campus Design Considerations
* Data Center
* Wide Area Networking
* Translation Techniques
* The Internet Edge

Skill Level
* Intermediate

What You Will Learn
* Topical, up-to-date information for IPv6 deployments
* The ins and outs of designing and deployment IPv6

Who Should Take This Course
Enterprise network architects
Network engineers
Network technicians
Operations technicians with a networking background
Former or current CCNAs, CCNPs, CCIEs, and CCDEs

Course Requirements
Prerequisite: A familiarity with IPv4, IPv6, and basic networking. This LiveLesson would be valuable to anyone concerned with network design and the deployment of IPv6 in the enterprise business environment.

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Table of Contents

Module 1: Design Considerations
Lesson 1: Why IPv6, Why Now?
1.1: Examining Address Depletion
1.2: How the Infrastructure Providers Are Implementing IPv6
1.3: National Strategies for IPv6 Deployment
1.4: Your Operating Systems Are Already IPv6 Enabled
1.5: Understanding the Impact of the “Bring Your Own Device” Era
1.6: Understanding the Impact of “The Internet of Things”

Lesson 2: IPv6 Protocol
2.1: IPv6 Is Big and Size Matters
2.2: Introducing the IPv6 Address Family
2.3: Making Hex Easy
2.4: Differentiating Prefix from Subnet
2.5: Understanding Why Link Local Is Required
2.6: Visiting Headers and Friends

Lesson 3: General Design Principles
3.1: Preparing the Project Plan
3.2: Obtaining IPv6 Addresses
3.3: Determining Where to Start
3.4: Building the Address Plan
3.5: When to Use Tunneling
3.6: Examining Dual Stack
3.7: Dealing with Combined IPv4 & IPv6
3.8: Examining Link Local Only Infrastructure
3.9: Understanding Unique Local Addressing

Lesson 4: Host Role in IPv6
4.1: Understanding Host Provisioning Mechanisms
4.2: Decrypting the Flags, Bits & Timers
4.3: Surveying Relevant RFCs
4.4: Examining Windows in an IPv6 Environment
4.5: Examining Mac OSX in an IPv6 Environment
4.6: Examining Linux in an IPv6 Environment
4.7: Examining Chromebook in an IPv6 Environment
4.8: Examining Mobile OS’s in an IPv6 Environment
4.9: Examining Consumer Devices in an IPv6 Environment

Lesson 5: IPv6 Network Services
5.1: Deploying DHCPv6
5.2: Deploying IPv6 DNS
5.3: Managing IPv6 Addresses
5.4: Implementing IPv6 Multicast
5.5: Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD)
5.6: Understanding IPv6 Zero Configuration
5.7: Surveying IPv6 Management Tools

Module 2: Places In the Network
Lesson 6: Campus Design Considerations
6.1: Applied Concepts for Campus & Core
6.2: Comparing Layer 2 & Layer 3 Access
6.3: Examining First Hop Redundancy
6.4: Examining First Hop Security–Threat Identification
6.5: Examining First Hop Security–Attacks & Mitigation Techniques
6.6: Implementing Wireless Access Layer
6.7: Scaling the Distribution Layer
6.8: Securing the RP–OSPFv3, EIGRP
6.9: Implementing Unified Communications

Lesson 7: Data Center
7.1: Grasping Transition Stages
7.2: Considerations for Storage Area Networks
7.3: Examining Data Center Interconnect
7.4: Scaling the Neighbor Cache
7.5: Verifying Server Readiness
7.6: Planning for Application Migration
7.7: Considering Cloud Services

Lesson 8: Wide Area Networking
8.1: Understanding Remote Branch Design
8.2: Considering Dynamic Multipoint VPN
8.3: Exploring MACsec
8.4: Examining Multiprotocol Label Switching
8.5: Exploring Segment Routing
8.6: Deploying Remote Access VPN

Lesson 9: Translation Techniques
9.1: Understanding Network Address Translation
9.2: Considering NAT64
9.3: Implementing Server Load Balancing
9.4: Understanding Proxy Services
9.5: Examining Web Cache Control Protocol
9.6: Understanding Network Prefix Translation

Lesson 10: The Internet Edge
10.1: Surveying Design Scenarios
10.2: Implementing BGP Multihoming
10.3: Examining Multihome, Multisite
10.4: Considering Location Identification Separation Protocol
10.5: Mitigating Risk with Security

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