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In this course, you will learn how to obtain and implement IPv6 protocols within your organisation on Unix, Linux, Windows, routers and other networked devices. This course provides extensive hands-on sessions and in-depth technical analysis.

Implementing IPv6


How to Plan and Implement IPv6 in a Multi-Vendor, Commercial Environment?

You will learn how to:

- Plan and manage the migration of your network to IPv6

- Implement new networking software and devices to support IPv6

- Implement IPv6 auto-configuration and manage IPv6 addresses

- Configure IPv6 migration techniques on different platforms.

- Configure dual-stacks, 6to4, ISATAP and Teredo.

- Obtain and configure IPv6 on different platforms.

- Configure IPv6 enabled network services (e.g DNS, DHCP and OSPFv3).

- IPv6 enable networking applications (e.g. Apache, ping, FTP and e-mail).

Course Benefits

IPv6 is the result of many years of research and activity by the international Internet community. IPv6 provides increased addressing space, improved routing, better security and support for new applications.

The implementation of IPv6 is inevitable and will impact on all companies that maintain, implement or use IP networks.

In this course, you will learn how to obtain and implement IPv6 protocols within your organisation on Unix, Linux, Windows, routers and other networked devices. This course provides extensive hands-on sessions and in-depth technical analysis.

About the trainer

Dr Holder has a wide experience of IT, including senior IT management, project management, consultancy, training and research and development. He has held a number of senior posts in IT management and is now a director of Erion Ltd and their senior technical consultant.

At Erion, Dr Holder has been responsible for the development of Erion's IPv6, Windows and Unix Integration, Samba, Sendmail and DNS training and consultancy services. He is particularly involved in Windows and Unix/Linux integration over IPv6, including the IPv6 enabling of Samba.
Dr Holder is a regular speaker at international conferences. He presented recently at Google's IPv6 conference 6::gle and at the annual Samba conference SambaXP. Dr Holder is the chairman of the IPv6 Task Force Scotland, a chapter of the IPv6 Forum.

He is also the author of a number of books, whitepapers and training courses. These include material for top IT companies including Microsoft and IBM.

Trainer: David Holder

Early Bird Registration: 10.12.2010

Registration deadline: 31.12.2010

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Event start date: 10. January, 2011
Event end date: 13. January, 2011
Place: qSTC Ljubljana
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