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IPv6 Design Foundation

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IPv6 Design Foundation presents IPv6 basic information upon which you can use to design an enterprise IPv6 platform. In it, we study the driving factors leading to the adoption of the protocol, its position in the traditional TCP/IP suite of protocols, its addressing structure and how you can develop a detailed subnet plan. IPv6 makes use of a number of ICMP messages. With detailed illustrations, explanations and Wireshark captures, we've been able to present these messages in a simple but clear manner, allowing you to understand their roles in enabling IPv6 functionality. Finally, our IPv6 Transition Mechanisms section presents solutions to the IPv4/IPv6 coexistence challenge. We've included animated illustrations, Wireshark outputs and basic configurations to enable you get started on your journey to IPv6 adoption.
  • Course
    • Introduction
      • An Introduction & Course Structure
    • Protocol Basics
      • Primary Drivers & Technical Benefits
      • Number Resources & Internet Registries
      • TCP/IP Suite
      • Header Structure
    • Address Classification
      • Addressing Architecture :: Part 1
      • Addressing Architecture :: Part 2
      • Aggregatable Global Unicast Addresses
      • Link-Local Unicast Addresses
      • Unique Local Unicast Addresses
      • Multicast Addresses
      • Special Addresses
    • Messaging
      • Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMPv6)
      • ICMPv6 Messages: Destination Unreachable
      • ICMPv6 Messages: Packet Too Big
      • ICMP, MTU & PMTU
      • Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP)
      • NDP Messages: Router Solicitation
      • NDP Messages: Router Advertisement
      • NDP Messages: Neighbor Solicitation & Neighbor Advertisement
      • NDP Messages: Redirect
      • Address Resolution
    • Resource Planning
      • Subnet & Addressing Planning Overview
      • Subnet Planning
      • Address Planning
    • Transition Mechanisms
      • Transition Mechanisms: Overview
      • Transition Mechanisms: Dual Stack
      • Transition Mechanisms: Translation: NAT64
      • Transition Mechanisms: Translation Overview
      • Transition Mechanisms: IPv6 Rapid Deployment (6rd)
Mbong Ekwoge
Mbong Ekwoge — CCNP R&S, VCA-DCV


3hr 44min
November 17, 2015
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  • Course
    • Introduction
      • An Introduction & Course Structure
    • Protocol Basics
      • Primary Drivers & Technical Benefits
      • Number Resources & Internet Registries
      • TCP/IP Suite
      • Header Structure
    • Address Classification
      • Addressing Architecture :: Part 1
      • Addressing Architecture :: Part 2
      • Aggregatable Global Unicast Addresses
      • Link-Local Unicast Addresses
      • Unique Local Unicast Addresses
      • Multicast Addresses
      • Special Addresses
    • Messaging
      • Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMPv6)
      • ICMPv6 Messages: Destination Unreachable
      • ICMPv6 Messages: Packet Too Big
      • ICMP, MTU & PMTU
      • Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP)
      • NDP Messages: Router Solicitation
      • NDP Messages: Router Advertisement
      • NDP Messages: Neighbor Solicitation & Neighbor Advertisement
      • NDP Messages: Redirect
      • Address Resolution
    • Resource Planning
      • Subnet & Addressing Planning Overview
      • Subnet Planning
      • Address Planning
    • Transition Mechanisms
      • Transition Mechanisms: Overview
      • Transition Mechanisms: Dual Stack
      • Transition Mechanisms: Translation: NAT64
      • Transition Mechanisms: Translation Overview
      • Transition Mechanisms: IPv6 Rapid Deployment (6rd)