Cisco Network CCNA IPv6 OSPF

Cisco Network CCNA IPv6 OSPF Course: Learn how to deploy IPv6 OSPF on Enterprise and Service Provider Networks
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Published 7/2015 English

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  • Basic networking knowledge

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  • 3+ hours of training, 20+ video lectures, all of them packed with crucial need-to-know info!
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  • Quickly acquire book knowledge with out the fluff!
  • Discover the secrets to deploying a fast converging and secure IPv6 OSPF network
  • Professionally edited videos videos with clear audio to make student enjoyment the best it can be
  • Learn how to deploy IPv6 OSPF on an enterprise or service provider network
  • Exclusive access to our unique "Video Cheat Sheets"!
  • And more!

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  • Anybody wanting to learn best practices in deploying IPv6 OSPF
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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction and Documentation
Introduction
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03:04
Documentation
3 pages
Section 2: Basics
03:45
In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring the OSPFv3 router process. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to configure the OSPFv3 router process. Finish with the same baseline command, “show IPv6 OSPF” and “show running-config | include IPv6 OSPF” to see what changed.
03:53

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring the OSPFv3 router ID. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF events” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 router ID. Finish with the same baseline command, “show IPv6 OSPF”, to see what changed.

Congratulations
Article
04:30

In this video cheat sheet, I will be enabling OSPFv3. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF events” to see how things unfold as I enable OSPFv3. Finish with the command, “show IPv6 OSPF neighbors” to see what changed.

06:44

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 cost. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” and “show IPv6 route” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF events” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 cost. Finish with the same baseline command, “show IPv6 OSPF fastethernet0/1” and “show IPv6 route”, to see what changed.

05:32

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 reference bandwidth. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing on the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF events” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 reference bandwidth. Finish with the same baseline command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” to see what changed.

05:33

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Hello Timers. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” to display Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)-related interface information. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF hello” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Hello Timers. Finish with the same baseline command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” to see what changed.

Reminder
Article
08:49

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Network Type. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface”, “show IPv6 OSPF neighbor” and “show IPv6 route” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF hello” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPF network type. Finish with the baseline commands, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” and “show IPv6 route”, to see what changed.

06:33

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 authentication interface. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” to display Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)-related interface information. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF adj” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 authentication. Finish with the same baseline command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” to see what changed.

08:35

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFV3 authentication. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPV6 OSPF neighbor”, “show IPV6 OSPF interface” and “show IPv6 OSPF | begin Area 2” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF adj” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 authentication. Finish with the same baseline command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” and “show IPv6 OSPF | begin Area 2” to see what changed.

04:48

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Priority. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” to display Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)-related interface information. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF hello” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Priority. Finish with the same baseline command, “show IPv6 OSPF interface” to see what changed.

Section 3: Stub Areas
08:08

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Stub Area. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF” and “show IPv6 route” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF adj” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Stub Area. Finish with the same baseline command “show IPv6 route” to see what changed.

06:41

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Total Stub Area. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF adjacency” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Total Stub Area. Finish with the command “show IPv6 route” to see what changed.

05:42

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Not So Stubby Area. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF adjacency” to see how things unfold as I configure the Not So Stubby Area. Finish with the same baseline command “show IPv6 OSPF” and “show IPv6 route” to see what changed.

05:19

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 NSSA Totally Stub. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 OSPF” and “show IPv6 route” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF adjacency” to see how things unfold as I configure the NSSA Totally Stub. Finish with the same baseline command “show IPv6 route” to see what changed.

Section 4: Potpourri
06:38

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Route Redistribution. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 route” to display the current contents of the IPv6 routing table. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF events” to see how things unfold as I configure OSPFv3 Route Redistribution. Finish with the same baseline command “show IPv6 route” to see what changed.

05:28

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Route Summarization Between Areas. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show IPv6 route” to display general information about OSPFv3 routing processes. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF events” to see how things unfold as I configure OSPFv3 Route Summarization. Finish with the same baseline command “show IPv6 route” to see what changed.

06:13

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Virtual Link. I will start off with the baseline show command “show IPv6 route” to display the current contents of the IPv6 routing table. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF events” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Virtual Link. Finish with the same baseline command “show IPv6 route” to see what changed.

08:17

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 to Suppress Hello Packets. I will start off with the baseline show command “show IPv6 OSPF neighbor” to display OSPFv3-neighbor information on a per-interface basis. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF adj” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Suppress Hello Packets. Finish with the same baseline command “show IPv6 OSPF neighbor” to see what changed.

06:27

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 Default Route. I will start off with the baseline show command “show IPv6 route” to display the current contents of the IPv6 routing table. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug IPv6 OSPF events” to see how things unfold as I configure the OSPFv3 Default Route. Finish with the same baseline command “show IPv6 route” to see what changed.

03:02

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring OSPFv3 DNS Lookup. I will start off with the baseline show command “show IPv6 OSPF neighbor” to display Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) neighbor information on a per-interface basis. Then I am going to enable a DNS lookup and finish with the same baseline command “show IPv6 OSPF neighbor” to see what changed.

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