IPv6 Tutorial

When: 14:00 - 17:30, Tuesday, 24 August 2010
Where: Verandah Room
Presenters: Owen DeLong, Hurricane Electric

In this half-day session, Owen DeLong from Hurricane Electric will present the basics of IPv6, including addressing strategies, basic implementations both native and with tunnels, an introduction to IPv6 routing protocols, IPv6 on the LAN, and other issues and considerations.

This session is a must for anyone who has not yet embarked on their IPv6 transition process.

Course outline

  1. Basics of IPv6 addressing
  2. Planning your address space
  3. Base implementation with native connectivity
  4. Base implementation with tunnels
  5. OSPF with IPv6
  6. eBGP with IPv6
  7. iBGP with IPv6
  8. IPv6 LAN considerations
    • SLAAC
    • Static
    • DHCPv6 (cursory)
    • RA-Guard
  9. Other issues and considerations
    • Provisioning systems
    • Logging and Alerting systems
    • etc.

Who should attend?

Network engineers, managers, and anyone interested in IPv6 deployment. The practical and demos would be particularly important for operational engineers, while the more general discussion and review of issues involved would be highly relevant to managers and other decision makers.

Owen DeLong is an IPv6 Evangelist for Hurricane Electric, the leading IPv6 ready Internet Service Provider. He's also an elected member of the ARIN Advisory Council and a senior backbone engineer with more than 25 years of industry experience. In his spare time, he's a commercial pilot and teaches SCUBA diving and CPR/First Aid courses. Owen can be reached at owen at delong dot com.

Would you like Owen to come speak to your group about IPv6? For more details, check out businessv6.he.net.

IPv6 Tutorial
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