IPv6 Webinars

Introduction to IPv6

Main: Feb 4, 2021

Lab: Feb 11, 2021

Main: [Video] [Slides]

Lab: [Video] [Slides]

To be successful in implementing and understanding IPv6 networks, you need to first understand the IPv6 address methodology which is, in many ways, a fundamental change from the IPv4 paradigm. In this introduction, you will become familiar with what is different as well as what is the same with IPv6.

• Public and private addresses
• IPv6 Prefixes
• IPv6 Address Structure
• IPv6 Interface ID
• IPv6 Addressing and Address Allocation Methods (stateless, statefull)
• Address types, unicast, multicast, anycast
• Address categories: global, site local, link local
• Unique Local Unicast addresses
• Zero compression
• Special addresses (loopback, unspecified, IPv4 mapped IPv6)
• Broadcast address elimination

 

This webinar will be followed by a hands-on lab to illustrate the concepts shown.  You do not need any equipment to participate.  We will send full instructions so that if you wish, you may do the same commands / exercises but this is entirely optional.

IPv6 Neighbor Discovery

Main: Mar 4, 2021

Lab: Mar 18, 2021

Main: [Video] [Slides]

Lab: [Video] [Slides]

The agenda topics include:

 

  •  Stateless Autoconfiguration 

  •  ICMPv6

  •  Neighbor Discovery

  •  Neighbor Solicitation / Advertisement

  •  Router Solicitation / Advertisement  

  •  Multicast Listener Discovery

IPv6 Address Planning

Main: Apr 8, 2021

Lab: Apr 15, 2021

QnA: Apr 29, 2021

Main: [Video] [Slides]

Lab: [Video] [Slides]

The agenda topics include:

 

  • Review the important prefixes needed for an IPv6 address plan,

  • Discuss how a good address plan makes security and routing policy easier,

  • Consider numbering your LAN segment, SSID, or VLAN,

  • Consider numbering for sites, backbone, links,

  • Consider how to remember your addresses for diagnostics and troubleshooting, and

  • Look at plans that other enterprises have done.

IPv6 Transition Technology

Main: May 6, 2021

Lab: May 13, 2021

Main: [Video] [Slides]

Lab: [Video] [Slides]

Enterprises rarely switch over from IPv4 to IPv6 in one step. Generally, companies will run dual-stack for a time, where both IPv4 and IPv6 are available on devices. This doesn't solve most of the problems IPv6 was designed to solve, so we will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of:

  • Dual-stack

  • NAT44

  • Dual-stack Lite

  • NAT64/DNS64

  • 464xlat

  • MAP-T

  • MAP-E

  • IPv6-Only

DHCPv6

Main: June 3, 2021

Lab: June 10, 2021

Main: [Video] [Slides]

Lab: [Video] [Slides]

The agenda topics for this class include:

  • DHCPv6 Modes

  • DHCPv6 Relay

  • Address Allocation

  • Basic Commands: Client

  • Basic Commands: Server / Relay

  • Prefix 'Hints'