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IPv6 in the Provider Network

Migration Strategies

Provider networks make special demands. The course at hand shows the students what a migration to IPv6 may look like and which are the effects for the infrastructure. It addresses the requirements of the backbone to the same extent as those of the access networks. Hands-on exercises in an IPv6 test network round off the course at hand.

Course Contents

• Routing Changes: BGP and IS-IS and OSPFv3
• Implementing Customer VPNs with IPv6
• MPLS—6PE and VPNs
• IPv6 Multicast
• Dual Stack versus Pure IPv6 Networks––Things to Be Considered
• Address Design in the Backbone
• Saving IPv4 Addresses: NAT444 and Dual Stack Lite
• Dial-in into the Internet: PPP and IPv6
• Multihoming of Customers––PI Addresses, Shim6, and LISP
• Protocol Translation with NAT64 and DNS 64
• Security––IPsec for All?

Each participant will receive the comprehensive course documentation from the ExperTeach Networking series.

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Target Group

The course at hand addresses the network specialists of the providers who are meant to plan, implement, and support the introduction of IPv6 and who are already familiar with the basic processes of IPv6.

Knowledge Prerequisites

A detailed know-how of IPv4 is also necessary for a successful participation in the course. A good preparation for the course at hand is attendance at the TCP/IP - Protocols, Addressing, Routing course.