Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the most recent version of the Internet Protocol (IP), the communications protocol that provides an identification and location system for computers on networks and routes traffic across the Internet. IPv6 was developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to deal with the long-anticipated problem of IPv4 address exhaustion. IPv6 is intended to replace IPv4.
With the declining space for IPv4, IPv6 provides other technical benefits in addition to a larger addressing space. In particular, it permits hierarchical address allocation methods that facilitate route aggregation across the Internet, and thus limit the expansion of routing tables. The use of multicast addressing is expanded and simplified, and provides additional optimization for the delivery of services. Device mobility, security, and configuration aspects have been considered in the design of the protocol.
Certified IPv6 Security Engineer (CSE6)
The aim of CSE6 training program is to give in-depth information on IPv6 security and provide adequate exposure to the participants on the technical knowledge required to understand the IPv6 security issues. Having completed this 4-days course, participants will learn about: Security features that exists in IPv6 Vulnerabilities that exists in IPv6 (and IPv4) The benefits of IPv6 inMore about this course REGISTER
Certified IPv6 Network Programmer (CNP6) – Gold
This course is designed for those who need to understand IPv6 network programming and testing. The course coverts topics such as socket API and IPv4 vs. IPv6 programming in Visual C#. Net. This course focuses on the differences in IPv6 programming from traditional network programming and assumes prior knowledge in basic network programming. Upon completion of this course, each participant willMore about this course REGISTER
Certified IPv6 Network Engineer (CNE6) Level 2
When CIOs make firm decisions to deploy IPV6, the process is farily straightforward. Staff will need to be trained, management tools will need to be enhances, routers and operating systems will need to be enchanced, routers and operating systems will need to be updated, and IPv6-enabled versions of applications will need to be deployed. All these steps will take time-in many cases mutiple years.More about this course REGISTER
Certified IPv6 Network Engineer (CNE6) Level 1
"It is estimated that some 20 million engineers are working on the current Internet worldwide at ISOs, corporate and all other public and private organisations and hey will need qulity training on IPv6. This is a gigantic task since its the first upgrade of the Internet and most probably the last one for decades to come." IPV6 Forum. "The IPv6 Curriculum study has abundantly demonstrated thatMore about this course REGISTER