Data Communications Essentials
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10 Lessons     |      Course Duration: 127 Minutes     |      6 Month License
10  |  127  |   6 Month
Course Brief
127 Minutes 127 10 Lessons 10 6 Month License 6 Month
Course Summary
In this course, you will learn the basics, Unicast, Multicast and Anycast operation, addresses, address types and address design, packet structure including the standard and extension headers, the auto-configuration mechanism, neighbour and router solicitation and advertisement and finally we talk about migration from IPv4 to IPv6.
What you'll learn

  • The motivation for IPv6, why and when it was initially standardized, and its operation compared to IPv4
  • IPv6 header structure, how it is used for transferring packets through the network and how it compared to IPv4
  • Extension headers, their advantages, their usages and types, and how they are used in IPv6-based network
  • IPv6 address methods, including Link-local, Unique-local and Global Unicast, Multicast and Anycast addresses
  • Address planning, and how to use IPv6 in an enterprise network, in a campus and in the building
  • Internet Control Message Protocol version 6 (ICMPv6), Multicast and Anycast operation
  • The auto-configuration mechanism, neighbour and router solicitation and advertisement, Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) operation, Duplicate Address Detection (DAD), Redirect messages and more
  • Migration from IPv4 to IPv6, including dual-stack, tunneling and translation techniques, including 6to4, NAT64 and others.

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