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Ipv6 - Details: Part 1/2 free pdf This is the seminar handout of our fully independent seminar about details of the new Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) of the TCP/IP protocol architecture (content of the first day, part 1 of 2 parts). The seminar covers technical aspects of important changes from the "traditional" Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) to the "new" Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6), new addresses and their numbers, important protocol functions and their influence to higher layer protocols. Migration concepts and procedures will bei explained. WHY you should read the handouts: * because you have to prepare the implementation of IPv6 in your network * because you need knowledge about protocol functions and the migration from IPv4 to IPv6 * because you prepare IPv6 configurations, run IPv6-capable servers and you are interested in security aspects Target audience: Planners, system technicians, consultants Your PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Networking and TCP/IP knowledge is essential CONTENT of the Seminar Handout Part #1 of 2 (this part): Introduction Actual availability of IPv4 addresses - Key Requirements - History and Future of IPv6 - Highlights of IPv6 - Advantages and Arguments against IPv6 IPv6 Addressing Addressing in IPv4 - Addressing in IPv6 (Formats, Size, Syntax, Prefix, Prefix Assignment / Delegation, Validity of an Address, Scope, logical Interfaces of an IPv6 node, Address Types, Unicast Variants, their Use and Values, Mapping of MAC Addresses, Embedding of IPv4 in IPv6 Addresses, Anycast, Multicast, reserved Multicast Addresses, Neighbor Discovery, Multihoming, Renumbering, Mobile IPv6) - Examples of Commands for Address Assignment / Query IPv6 Protocol Functions Header Format (Compared to IPv4, Content of Fields Options, Extensions) - Packet Size, Fragmenting - Automatic Configuration (stateless, stateful), Use of DHCPv6 - Defined Security Functions in IPSec Part #2 of 2: Influence to Higher Layer Protocols - Migration from IPv4 to IPv6 - Availability of IPv6 - Support of IPv6 in MS-Windows and Linux - How to implement IPv6 - Summary

About Ronald Schlager

Ronald Schlager joined the market of communications technologies in 1980. 10 years of experience in design and development of hardware and software of computer and network interfaces as well as packet switching systems of network operators. He is owner of the trainings and consulting company called schlager communications services GmbH (http: //www.schlager-cs.co.at). Since 1988 Ronald Schlager helps his partners to be successful in their job by offering knowledge transfer services in the fields of communications technologies, protocols and their application. He organizes fully neutral and independent seminars and is trainer for decision makers, CIOs, system integrators and specialists. Ronald Schlager is author of (e)books, independent consultant and planner of communications solutions.

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Author : Ronald Schlager
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 09 August 2013
ISBN : 1492121584
EAN : 9781492121589
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 138 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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