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ICND1 3.0: Introducing IPv6

Target Audience
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number
Expertise Level

You will be taking your first steps into IPv6 and gaining foundational knowledge of IPv6 and the protocols that accompany it. This course focuses on the different types of IPv6 addresses and the methods that are available for allocating them. It also identifies some of the new services, features, and protocols that IPv6 relies on.

Target Audience
Anyone, from junior to senior network administrators, who is responsible for the configuration, maintenance, verification, and troubleshooting of Cisco IOS Routers and Switches.


Expected Duration (hours)

Lesson Objectives

ICND1 3.0: Introducing IPv6

  • start the course
  • describe IPv6 features
  • describe IPv6 addresses
  • describe the components of IPv6 addresses
  • describe IPv6 address types
  • configure IPv6 address scopes and prefixes
  • configure IPv6 unicast addresses
  • describe IPv6 global unicast address
  • describe IPv6 unique local unicast address
  • describe IPv6 link-local unicast address
  • describe IPv6 multicast address
  • describe IPv6 anycast addresses
  • describe IPv6 addresses allocation
  • implement IPv6 addresses allocation
  • describe a comparison of IPv4 and IPv6 headers
  • compare IPv4 and IPv6 headers
  • describe internet control message protocol version 6
  • describe neighbor discovery
  • implement neighbor discovery
  • implement stateless autoconfiguration
  • implement enabling IPv6 on a Cisco IOS router
  • implement static link-local IPv6 addressing on a router
  • implement static global IPv6 addressing on a Cisco IOS router
  • describe dynamic IPv6 addressing using EUI-64
  • implement dynamic IPv6 addressing using EUI-64
  • describe stateless address autoconfiguration
  • implement stateless address autoconfiguration
  • implement routing for IPv6
  • configure IPv6 static route
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    Expertise Level