More than 6 hours of video training covering all aspects of deploying and designing IPv6 in Cisco networks.
IPv6 Design and Deployment LiveLessons is a comprehensive video training course that explains everything you need to know about deploying IPv6 in your enterprise environment. The information compiled here will aid you in leading your organization to a rich and full deployment of IPv6. You will find a balance between what you need to know to design IPv6 in the enterprise and what you need to know to deploy IPv6.
There are 10 lessons with more than 6 hours of video training in IPv6 Design and Deployment LiveLessons. Coverage includes
• Design Considerations
• IPv6 Protocol
• General Design Principles
• Host Role in IPv6
• IPv6 Network Services
• Campus Design Considerations
• Data Center
• Wide Area Networking
• Translation Techniques
• The Internet Edge
About the Instructor
Tim Martin has been in the Inter-networking industry for more than 33 years. Tim is a dynamic presenter and a member of the Cisco Live Distinguished Speaker hall of fame. He is a session group manager for IPv6 content at Cisco Live events in the U.S. and Europe. In this role, he reviews course submissions, contributes content, and coaches speakers. His current role at Cisco as a solutions architect is focused on the U.S. public sector space. Tim achieved the distinction of a multiprotocol CCIE No. 2020 in June 1996 and has also attained the Gold Certified Engineer status from the IPv6 Forum. He has participated in numerous industry events relating to IPv6 and contributes to the IETF IPv6 subcommittees. Tim also is a member of many different IPv6-related task forces, including the FEDv6TF, NAv6TF, CAv6TF, TXv6TF, and RMv6TF.
What You Will Learn
Who Should Take This Course
• Enterprise network architects
• Network engineers
• Network technicians
• Operations technicians with a networking background
• Former or current CCNAs, CCNPs, CCIEs, and CCDEs
Prerequisite: A familiarity with IPv4, IPv6, and basic networking. This LiveLesson would be valuable to anyone concerned with network design and the deployment of IPv6 in the enterprise business environment.