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IPv6 Operations and Troubleshooting

IPv6 Operations and Troubleshooting (IP6OTS) is an EnterOne-exclusive 5-day course that provides network engineers and technicians that are working in the enterprise and federal government sectors...

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$4,295 USD
Course Code IP6OTS-NTO
Duration 5 days
Available Formats Classroom, Virtual

IPv6 Operations and Troubleshooting (IP6OTS) is an EnterOne-exclusive 5-day course that provides network engineers and technicians that are working in the enterprise and federal government sectors with the knowledge and skills that are needed to operate, configure, and troubleshoot Cisco IPv6-enabled networks. This course was designed and developed by EnterOne working with the Cisco Federal Team to address and align to the 2025 Federal System IPv6 Mandate. The course provides the following:

  • Overview of IPv6 technologies
  • IPv6 design and implementation
  • IPv6 operations include: addressing, routing and transitionary methods
  • Deployment of IPv6 in enterprise, government and service provider networks
  • Case studies useful for deployment scenarios
  • Current standards for deploying IPv6 in a single stack or dual stack environment

Skills Gained

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

  • Describe the factors that led to the development of IPv6 and possible uses of this new IP structure.
  • Describe the structure of the IPv6 address format, how IPv6 interacts with data link layer technologies, and how IPv6 is supported in Cisco IOS XE Software.
  • Implement IPv6 services and applications.
  • Understand the updates to IPv4 routing protocols needed to support IPv6 topologies.
  • Understand multicast concepts and IPv6 multicast specifics.
  • Evaluate the scenario and desired outcome and identify the best transition mechanism for the situation.
  • Describe security issues, how security for IPv6 is different than for IPv4, and emerging practices for IPv6-enabled networks.
  • Describe the deployment strategies with cloud providers and emerging technologies.

Who Can Benefit

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

  • Network engineers and technicians that are working in the enterprise or service provider sectors.

Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner should have before attending this course are as follows:

  • Cisco CCNA certification or equivalent skillset

Course Details

Module 1: Introduction to IPv6

  • Lesson 1: Explaining the Rationale for IPv6 IP Address AllocationHistory of IPv4Next Generation of IPLegacy: Dual StackModern: Single Stack
  • Lesson 2: Evaluating IPv6 Features and BenefitsFeatures and Benefits of IPv6IPv6 AddressesIPv6 Autoconfiguration and AggregationAdvanced IPv6 FeaturesTransition Strategies to IPv6Single Stack Environments, Advantages and Features
  • Lesson 3: Understanding Market DriversMarket Growth for IPv6Native IPv6 ContentExhaustion of Core IPv4 Address SpaceMergers and Acquisitions Driving ChangePrivate IPv4 Addressing ConflictsExhaustion of the Private IPv4 SpaceGrowth of InternetNumber of devicesIOTMulti-National Compliance Efforts & References (infographic displaying worldwide efforts)

Module 2: IPv6 Operations

  • Lesson 1: Understanding the IPv6 Addressing ArchitectureIPv6 Addressing ArchitectureIPv6 Address Formats and TypesIPv6 Address UsesRequired IPv6 Addresses
  • Lesson 2: Describing the IPv6 Header FormatIPv6 Header Changes and BenefitsIPv6 Header FieldsIPv6 Extension Headers
  • Lesson 3: Enabling IPv6 on HostsEnabling IPv6 on HostsEnabling IPv6 on WindowsEnabling IPv6 on Mac OS XEnabling IPv6 on Linux
  • Lesson 4: Enabling IPv6 on Cisco Routers (IOSXE)Enabling IPv6 on Cisco RoutersIPv6 Address ConfigurationAutoconfiguration options
  • Lesson 5: Using ICMPv6 and Neighbor DiscoveryICMPv6ICMP ErrorsInformational (e.g. Echo)IPv6 over Data Link LayersNeighbor DiscoveryStateless AutoconfigurationValue of AutoconfigurationRenumberingCisco Neighbor Discovery Command SyntaxCisco Network Prefix Renumbering ScenarioICMP MLDGeneral Overview of IPv6 Mobility

Module 3: IPv6 Services

  • Lesson 1: Describing DNS in an IPv6 EnvironmentDNS Objects and RecordsDNS Tree StructureDynamic DNS
  • Lesson 2: Understanding DHCPv6 OperationsDHCPv6DHCPv6 OperationDHCPv6 Multicast AddressesDHCPv6 Prefix Delegation ProcessDHCPv6 Troubleshooting
  • Lesson 3: Understanding QoS Support in an IPv6 EnvironmentIPv6 Header Fields Used for QoSIPv6 and the Flow Label FieldIPv6 QoS Configuration
  • Lesson 4: Using Cisco IOSXE Software FeaturesCisco IOSXE Software FeaturesCisco IOSXE IPv6 ToolsIPv6 Support for Cisco Discovery ProtocolCisco Express Forwarding IPv6IP Service Level Agreements

Module 4: IPv6-Enabled Routing Protocols

  • Lesson 1: Itemizing IPv6 Aware Routing Protocol TypesInterior Gateway Routing ProtocolsDistance VectorRIPngLegacyEIGRPv6Link-StateOSPFv3Integrated ISISGaining Popularity in Software Defined SpacesExterior Gateway ProtocolsMP-BGPv4
  • Lesson 2: Examining OSPFv3OSPFv3 Key CharacteristicsOSPFv3 EnhancementsOSPFv3 ConfigurationOSPFv3 IPsec ESP Authentication and EncryptionOSPFv3 Advanced Functionalities
  • Lesson 3: Examining EIGRP for IPv6EIGRP for IPv6Cisco IOSXE EIGRP for IPv6 Commands
  • Lesson 4: Understanding MP-BGPMP-BGP Support for IPv6 (AFI)IPv6 as Payload and Transport Mechanism in MP-BGPBGP Peering optionsBGP Prefix FilteringMP-BGP Configuration and Troubleshooting
  • Lesson 5: Configuring IPv6 Policy-Based RoutingPolicy-Based Routing
  • Lesson 6: Configuring FHRP for IPv6First-Hop Redundancy Protocols and ConceptsHSRP for IPv6GLBP for IPv6VRRP v3
  • Lesson 7: Configuring Route RedistributionRoute Redistribution

Module 5: Troubleshooting IPv6 Unicast Operations and Services

  • Lesson 1: Hands on Troubleshooting IPv6Troubleshooting Live Lab and LectureReview and explore working IPv6 environmentExplore the Topology with Pre-configuration (like a consultant would see)Addressing SchemaValidationExplore CLI toolsshow commandsUse caseCommand OptionsDebug OperationsUse CaseCommand OptionsTraffic AnalysisCLI commands to visualize pathing and pathing issuesUsing scripts insert Trouble Tickets3 Tier Levels3 Tickets per TierTier 1 must be completed the remaining tiers exist to keep all students engaged and the facilitate the learning process due to increasing complexity.Allow students to troubleshoot each ticketStudents will report the issue to the instructor and the tools used to identify it via direct chat.If the Cited Issue is correct the instructor will tell the direct the student to remediate the fault.Potential Gamification to stimulate interest and engagementMake this more then a copy paste style

Module 6: IPv6 Multicast Services

  • Lesson 1: Implementing Multicast in an IPv6 NetworkIPv6 Multicast AddressingPIM for IPv6Rendezvous PointsMP-BGP for the IPv6 Multicast Address FamilyHow to Implement Multicasting in an IPv6 NetworkIPv6 Multicast Application Example
  • Lesson 2: Using IPv6 MLDMulticast Listener DiscoveryMLD Snooping and MLD Group LimitsMulticast User Authentication and Group Range Support

Module 7: IPv6 Transition Mechanisms

  • Lesson 1: Implementing Dual-StackDual-Stack ApplicationsDual-Stack NodeThe Dual-Stack Approach
  • Lesson 2: Legacy MechanismsOverlay TunnelsManually Configured TunnelsAutomatic Tunnels
  • Lesson 3: Transition to Single Stack DeploymentsAdvanced Use Case Scenario Valley Health SystemEnvironment cannot be Interrupted No DowntimeLegacy Resources that will never support IPv6 must be supportedTransition to DNSv6 is EssentialDNSv6 (Migrating from A to AAAA)Translation OptionsNAT64DNS64SLB64

Module 8: IPv6 Security

  • Lesson 1: Configuring IPv6 ACLsIPv6 ACLsTCAM and Application Specific Integrated CircuitsIPv6 ACL ConfigurationWildcard ACLsCisco IOSXE IPv6 Header FilteringCisco IOSXE New ICMPv6 TypesEditing of ACLsHow to Configure ACLs in an IPv6 Environment
  • Lesson 2: Using IPsec, IKE, and VPNsIPsec, IKE, and VPNs BasicsIPsec and IKEVPN Connections Using IPv6
  • Lesson 3: Discussing Security Issues in an IPv6 Transition EnvironmentDual-Stack IssuesSingle-Stack IssuesTunnel Security IssuesSecurity at the Network EdgePrivate IPv6 addressing vs Public IPv6 addressingIssues in IP overloading
  • Lesson 4: Understanding IPv6 Security PracticesGlobal Unicast Addresses (GUA) as "Private Space"Build Distributed Security CapabilitySecure the Local LinkICMPv6 at EdgeManage ICMPv6 TrafficSecure the Routing PlaneIPv6 First Hop SecurityRFC 9099
  • Lesson 5: Configuring Cisco ASA to support IPv6IPv6 AddressingIPv6 RoutingIPv6 ACLsIPv6 VPN SupportICMPv6 InspectionIPv6 Multicast

Module 9: Deploying IPv6

  • Lesson 1: Examining IPv6 Address AllocationIPv6 InternetIPv6 Address AllocationConnecting to the IPv6 Internet
  • Lesson 2: IPv6 NAT and DNSIPv6 Static NATIPv6 NPTv6DNS64/NAT64
  • Lesson 3: Understanding the IPv6 Multihoming IssueIPv6 Multihoming Aspects and IssuesIPv6 Multihoming Status
  • Lesson 4: Identifying IPv6 Enterprise Deployment StrategiesEnterprise NetworksImpacts of Network ServicesWAN NetworksDual Stack: DisadvantagesTunneling: DisadvantagesSingle Stack: The way ForwardWhere to start

Module 10: Using IPv6 in a Software-Defined World

  • Lesson 1: IPv6 Cloud and Software Defined DeploymentsCisco SDWANCisco SDACloud Native Deployment
  • Lesson 2: Planning and Implementing IPv6 in Enterprise NetworksEnterprise Network DefinitionImplementing IPv6 in an Enterprise Campus NetworkIPv6 in an Enterprise WAN Network
  • Lesson 3: Planning and Implementing IPv6 in Branch NetworksBranch Deployment OverviewBranch Deployment Profiles: Single-Tier Profile Implementation
  • Lesson 4: IPv6 and Cloud DeploymentsIaaS (AWS/Azure)SaaS (O365/Webex)
  • Bonus section (Examples)New RFCsUpdated RFCsItems to be aware ofRIP NG

Lab Outline: Labs are designed to assure learners a whole practical experience, through the following practical activities:

  • Enabling IPv6 on Hosts
  • Using Neighbor Discovery
  • Using Prefix Delegation
  • Deploy HSRP for IPv6
  • Routing with OSPFv3
  • Routing with EIGRP
  • Routing with BGP and MP-BGP
  • Troubleshooting Lab 1 Automated Tickets
  • Multicasting
  • Configure NAT64 Services using Jool
  • Configure DNS64 Services using Jool
  • Deploy a Cisco ASA to support IPv6
  • Configuring Advanced ACLs
  • Implementing IPsec and IKE
  • Troubleshooting Lab 2 Automated Tickets (Optional)
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