XC04 – Deploying IPv6 (2 Days)
In this course the students will learn all about IPv6.
When it comes to Internet Protocol, staying current is crucial to doing business effectively. The last top-level (/8) block of free IPv4 addresses was assigned in February of 2011. The available addresses that remain will not last
long. Phenomenal growth has created a need for more addresses than IPv4 can provide. That’s why IPv6, which allows for vastly more numerical addresses, was developed.
At the end of the course the students will have a deep understanding of IPv6, its benefits and the difference between IPv4 and IPv6. The students will learn how to deploy an IPv6 Network, migrate from IPv4 to IPv6 and run a parallel IPv4/IPv6 Network.
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