The ideal starting point for Service Provider engineers facing introduction of IPv6-based services. This webinar describes the differences between IPv4 and IPv6, core and access network design options, transition scenarios and typical IPv6 rollouts.
This webinar covers all you need to know about designing and configuring large-scale IPv6 core or access networks. It covers dual-stack deployment, 6PE and 6VPE options and all major routing protocols (BGP, OSPFv2/v3, IS-IS). Access network section describes SLAAC, DHCPv6 and RADIUS issues youâll likely encounter when deploying IPv6.
This webinar is a comprehensive overview of numerous IPv4-to-IPv6 transition mechanisms, including IPv6 rapid deployment (6over4, 6to4, 6rd), IPv4 residual deployment (DS-Lite, MAP-E) and IPv6 access to IPv4-only content (NAT64, SLB64).
The webinar describes an alternate approach to dual-stack or IPv6-on-the-outside design: an IPv6-only data center and network core with the only IPv4 component being NAT46 translation boxes at the network edge. Tore Anderson is running this design in production environment and shared his real-life experiences and the glitches he encountered in his deployment.
IPv6 High Availability Strategies
This webinar describes IPv6 high-availability mechanisms and design guidelines, including first-hop technologies, client and server multihoming (including LISP and MIPv6) and dual-stack considerations.
This webinar describes the major IPv6 security challenges (including layer-2 attacks, DoS attacks, eavesdropping and session hijacking), the countermeasures you can take, and Cisco IOS features that can help you build secure IPv6 infrastructure.
This webinar explores alternative solutions to IPv6 microsegmentation that work well in large-scale production environments, ranging from PPPoE and Carrier Ethernet networks to WiFi and campus networks, data centers and virtualized environments.