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Ipv6 - Details: Part 2/2 Books

  • Autor: Ronald Schlager
  • Editor: Createspace
  • Relaese Date: 09 August 2013
  • ISBN: 1492121797
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 156 pages
  • File Size: 53MB
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Description Ipv6 - Details: Part 2/2 de Ronald Schlager:

This is the seminar handout of our fully independent seminar about details of the new Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) of the TCP/IP protocol architecture (content of the second day, part 2 of 2 parts). The seminar covers technical aspects of important changes from the "traditional" Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) to the "new" Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6), new addresses and their numbers, important protocol functions and their influence to higher layer protocols. Migration concepts and procedures will bei explained. WHY you should read the handouts: * because you have to prepare the implementation of IPv6 in our network * because you need knowledge about protocol functions and the migration from IPv4 to IPv6 * because you prepare IPv6 configurations, run IPv6 capable servers and you are interested in security aspects Target audience: Planners, system technicians, consultants Your PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Networking and TCP/IP knowledge is essential CONTENT of the Seminar Handout Part #2 of 2 (this part): Influence to Higher Layer Protocols ICMPv6 (Error Messages, "Ping," Path MTU Discovery, Neighbor Discovery) - TCP, UDP - Routing Protocols (RIPng, OSPF, BGP, EIGRP, ...) - Application Layer Protocols, Network Management - Name Resolution (with DNS and DHCP, AAAA Record, Reverse Name Lookup, Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS), Example Configuration, Examples of DDNS Providers) Migration from IPv4 to IPv6 Dual Stack Architectures - Tunneling (Host to Host, Host to Router, Router to Router, Intrasite Tunnel, Tunnel and Address Translation, different Tunnel Variations and their Application, Functions and required Components - Different Protocol Gateways / Converters / Translators - Tunnelbroker (Function, Examples og Tunnelbroker Providers) Availability of IPv6 International (Top Level Domains, Backbone Networks) - Examples of Providers supporting IPv6 - Implementations (Operating Systems, Troubleshooting Tools, Network Management Systems) Support of IPv6 in MS-Windows and Linux Covers following Operating Systems: MS-Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server, Linux, Start / Stop of IPv6 Services, Set and Query of Configuration Parameters, Examples of Troubleshooting Tools - Different Link Collections How to implement IPv6 Who will be influenced? - Questions - Required Actions - Link Collection Summary Content of Part #1 of 2 (contained in book "IPv6 - Details: Part 1/2," ISBN-13: 978-1492121589, ISBN-10: 1492121584) Introduction - IPv6 Addressing - IPv6 Protocol Functions Ronald Schlager joined the market of communications technologies in 1980. 10 years of experience in design and development of hardware and software of computer and network interfaces as well as packet switching systems of network operators. He is owner of the trainings and consulting company called schlager communications services GmbH (http: //www.schlager-cs.co.at). Since 1988 Ronald Schlager helps his partners to be successful in their job by offering knowledge transfer services in the fields of communications technologies, protocols and their application. He organizes fully neutral and independent seminars and is trainer for decision makers, CIOs, system integrators and specialists. Ronald Schlager is author of (e)books, independent consultant and planner of communications solutions.

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