IPv6 Advanced Topics: 1 to 3 April, 2015
IPv6 touches many parts of a network. IPv6 has left the “early implementers” state and is going mainstream. Today, the amount of the IPv6 traffic in the Internet doubles every 9 months, and it is expected that 50% of all traffic in the Internet will be IPv6 by 2018.
IPv6 has much more benefits than a larger address space: simpler network planning and management, new applications, leaner networks.
This training is designed for people that have already had some IPv6 experience and knowledge, but want to dive deeper into the details IPv6 brings to network design and management. This training is being constantly updated with the latest RFCs and news from the IETF and vendors.
Network Administrators, CIOs, Network Architects
- Basic understanding of DNS
- Professionals are expected to be familiar with the UNIX environment (file structure, basic utilities) and with text editing in UNIX (vi or nano editor).
- Advanced knowledge of TCP/IP addressing.
- Completion of Fundamental IPv6
Length of Session
Download syllabus (PDF)Date 01 April, 2015 - 03 April, 2015
Time 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (PST)
TBD, New York, New York
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