Generate and test IPv6 packets in a network.
Plan and manage the migration of your network to IPv6.
Implementing new networking software and devices to support IPv6.
Install and configure associated network services such as DNS and routing protocols.
Update and configure common networking applications such as email and Web servers.
Configure routers and dual stack.
A good knowledge of general networking concepts is assumed. Certified IPv6 Network Engineer (CNE6) Level 1 is necessary to pursue this training program.
IPv6 Packet Generation
Testing with various configurations
IPv6 Packet Detection
Understading SNORT IPv6 Capabilities
IPv6 over Tunnels
IPv6 IPSec overview
Security policies and security associations
Encapsulating security payload
ESP transport mode
Internet key exchange IPv6 IPSec in a Windows environment
Microsoft symmetric key authentication
Setting up the IPSec tunnel
IPv4 to IPv6
Steps to migrate to IPv6
Operating System (OS)
Windows Vista/7/2008 Server
Name Service in IPv6
IPv6 and DNS
AAAA and A6 records
Reverse lookup in IP.ARPA
Dynamic routing and its advantages over the static routing
ISIS for IPv6
Stateful address management
Stateless address management
Manual address management