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In this introductionary course you will learn the basics about IPv6. Topics include:
After attending this short but powerful course you will know the most elementary and foundations about the new IP protocol.
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|Section 1: Introduction - about this course|
Introduction - about this coursePreview
|Section 2: Whats the difference?|
There are many analogies available on internet on how large the IPv6 address space is compared to IPv4 addresses. We can probably all agree that there are HUGE numbers of addresses and they will be enough for quite some time.
Why should we use IPv6? Is it all about the number of addresses? Are there other differences?
Are we running out of ipv4 addresses? If so, when?
We will have a look at the IPv4 header and the IPv6 header and compare them with eachother to understand the differences.
|Section 3: The addresses|
After this lecture You will understand the structure of an IPv6 address.
I will explain how an IPv6 address can be shortened and simplified.
A few examples on how to shorten IPv6 addresses to understand what can and cannot be done.
No more subnet masks!
I will explain the most common types of addresses available, how to recognize them and their usages.
|Section 4: Bonus section|
I have been working in IT since 1991. My focus the last 15 years has been in Routing&Switching and Security. I have certifications in Cisco (CCNA, CCNP, CCSP) since 2000, also certified Checkpoing CCSA/CCSP and ISC2 CISSP. After 20+ years as an IT consultant I have a broad as well as deep knowledge in TCP/IP, routing, switching and firewalling.