|When:||Sunday, 28 August 2011 at 09:00 - 17:30 (UTC +9)|
|Where:||Panaroma Room, 16th Floor
|Presenter:||Jordi Palet (bio)|
This course provides an understanding and hands-on exposure to IPv6, its structure, operation, and technical features. IPv6 addressing and architecture is discussed in detail, and the issues related to the deployment, transition and coexistence with IPv4 are examined.
This course also includes hands-on IPv6 configurations on host computers as well as IPv6 network building and configuration scenarios. Participants will have the opportunity to work on lab exercises related to deploying IPv6 in dual-stack operational IXP/ISP environments as well as native IPv6 transit.
IPv6 policy and address allocations are discussed, as are the issues related to the current status of IPv4 free pool allocation and the deployment status of IPv6.
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.