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  1. INE - Network Technologies IPv6 Knowing and understanding IPv6 is no longer optional for any IT Professional. Regardless of your background, our brand new IPv6 Course is meant to teach you fundamental and advanced concepts and features of the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). After completing this course, you will obtain a thorough understanding of the fundamental and advanced aspects of IPv6. You will learn about IPv6 Addressing, Subnetting, Extension Headers, Fragmentation, ICMPv6, Neighbor Discovery, Address Allocation, DHCPv6, and Security. DOWNLOAD LINK [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. Abstract: This hands-on Advanced IPv6 lab goes into the details of IPv6 Routing and Services covering link state protocols (OSPFv3 & ISISv6) and Exterior gateway protocol (BGPv6) in depth and MPLS features such as 6PE & 6VPE and IPv6 Basic multicasting. Students will be provided a scenario with IPv4 addressing & routing pre-configured where they will find lots of opportunities to study and analyze the differences between IPv4 and IPv6 routing side by side. Students will also learn different methods of configuring BGP peering using link local, global as well as IPv6 in IPv4 peering and IPv4 in IPv6 peering & BGP route reflector model in IPv6. The lab also provide interesting scenarios with MPLS 6PE as well as MPLS 6VPE in dual stack environment. There is also an IPv6 multicast lab at the end with basic IPv6 multicasting with static and embedded RP. All the labs will be independent of each other giving students an opportunity to pick and choose among these 6 labs and spend more time on one technology or do all the labs. Students MUST have a basic understanding of IPv6 Addressing, MPLS and Routing Protocols and familiarity with Cisco IOS. Agenda: OSPFv3 Lab ISISv6 Lab BGPv6 Lab 6PE Lab 6VPE Lab IPv6 Multicast Lab [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. IPv6 Transformation Lab - LTRIPV-2494 IPv4 space is exhausted so the content providers, service providers and enterprises customers are on the brink of losing potential business opportunity due to this limitations. Adapting to IPv6 and offering services using IPv6 is the intuitive solution available in the market for the potential business growth. This session will explain how to design/build IPv6 infrastructure and offers hands-on lab for the same. Lab Guide: [hide][Hidden Content]] Session Presentation: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. ==================== Question #1 : BGP IPv6 ==================== When SW111 send icmp packets to 2001:CC:1E:1::1 (R9's Lo8), half the icmp packets are lost. SW111#ping 2001:CC:1E:1::1 Type escape sequence to abort. Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 2001:CC:1E:1::1, timeout is 2 seconds: .!.!. Success rate is 40 percent (2/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 1/1/1 ms I think it is a normal behavior, because Eth0/2 of R14 and R15 is not advertised to ISP R9. Would you check please? SW111#ping 2001:CC:1E:1::1 source 2001:DB8:10:1:144::2 // <---> R14 Eth0/2, ping OK Type escape sequence to abort. Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 2001:CC:1E:1::1, timeout is 2 seconds: Packet sent with a source address of 2001:DB8:10:1:144::2 !!!!! Success rate is 100 percent (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 1/1/2 ms SW111#ping 2001:CC:1E:1::1 source 2001:DB8:10:1:154::2 // <---> R15 Eth0/2, ping Not OK Type escape sequence to abort. Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 2001:CC:1E:1::1, timeout is 2 seconds: Packet sent with a source address of 2001:DB8:10:1:154::2 ..... Success rate is 0 percent (0/5) R9#show ipv6 route bgp ... B 2001:DB8:10:1::/64 [20/0] via FE80::A8BB:CCFF:FE00:E100, Ethernet0/0 R9#show ipv6 cef 2001:DB8:10:1::/64 2001:DB8:10:1::/64 nexthop FE80::A8BB:CCFF:FE00:E100 Ethernet0/0 // <---> R14 Eth0/0, not ECMP ==================== Question #2 : DHCP IPv6 ==================== When Server1 enables "ipv6 unicast-routing", it can not receive default ipv6 route (::/0) from SW111. Otherwise, when Server1 did not configure "ipv6 unicast-routing", it can receive default ipv6 route (::/0) from SW111. Is is a expected behavior?
  5. Hi guys, does anyone have the full videos for the below r & s advanced technology v5 class? OSPFv3 52m IPv6 BGP 50 m IPv6 over MPLS 58 m PIM Dense Mode 53 m PIM Sparse Mode 65 m Troubleshooting Multicast RPF Failures 50 m the ones that I have are incomplete
  6. [hide][Hidden Content]] Grab it before it's gone. =\ The missing files [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. INE - IPv6 Generic Course Instructor: Dave Smith CCIE #19125 (R&S), VMWare VCP Format: FLV x 30 Parts Size: 6.31GB In this course you will learn about IPv6 from the perspective of your existing knowledge of IPv4 Technologies. It will cover the new addressing schemes including Link Local addressing, Stateless Auto Configuration, Stateless DHCP, and DHCPv6. It will also cover the major changes to ICMP and the underlying technologies to support the lack of broadcasting in IPv6. We will be covering the changes to the routing protocols RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP in relation to IPv6 and the basics of how to implement these on Cisco IOS. IPv6 Transition mechanisms including GRE, 6to4, ISATAP, DMVPN, and MPLS 6PE/6VPE. More Info: [Hidden Content] Table of Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Introduction to IPv6 3. IPv6 Simplified Header 4. IPv6 Extension Headers 5. IPv6 Addressing 6. IPv6 Solicited Node Multicast 7. IPv6 Address Assignment 8. Manual Address Configuration 9. SLAAC Configuration 10. IPv6 Stateless DHCP Configuration 11. IPv6 DHCP Configuration 12. IPv6 DHCPv6 Prefix Deligation 13. RIPng 14. EIGRP 15. OSPF 16. BGP IPv4 over IPv6 17. OSPF Database 18. BGP IPv6 over IPv6 19. BGP IPv6 over IPv4 20. BGP IPv4 over IPv6 21. Redistribution 22. Tunnels 23. GRE 24. IPv6 Tunnels 25. 6to4 Tunnels 26. IATAP Tunnels 27. DMVPN 28. MPLS 6PE 29. MPLS 6VPE 30. Dual Stack Total Duration: 10h 1m [Hidden Content]
  8. Hi Guys, According to some bug identified in the INE forum, there is a new version of initial config for ospfv3 and eigrpv6, dose anyone had a chance to share here please?
  9. Hello All As IPv6 was one of the reasons for my failed attempt, I have tried to put Ipv6 6to4 tunnel question/answer details in a SIngle place explaining all possible scenarios which we may face in the exam. Please let me know if there are any errors in this version. Download From 4shared: [Hidden Content]
  10. Deploying IPv6 Networks by Cisco Press (2006 Edition) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. Guys, If any of you have the CBT Nugget series on ipv6 by Keith Barker; Please share it. Thanks
  12. Dear all! someone can tell me why Cisco requires to implement IPv6 in the core AS9 and AS 1009 although they require us to implement 6VPE technique in AS9 and 1009 ( I find it confused because in 6VPE, core 9 and 1009 only need IPv4 and only PEs require to be aware of IPv6) Thanks you.
  13. Knowledge of IPv6 and VRF-101: by Pravine normal vrf creation: ip vrf XYZ rd x:x route-target both x:x interface e0/0 ip vrf forwarding XYZ ip address 1.1.1.1 255.255.255.0 => this interface is part of VRF ipv6 address 2011::14 => this IPv6 addess is not part of VRF and think IPv6 part of global "When you create vrf like above(ip vrf XYZ), it is applicable only for IPv4 only and not applicable to IPv6" In H1 exam it asks to make different VPNs to talk to each other via BGP. So if ISP routers are configured with "ip vrf XYZ" ISP routers will ignore the VPN for IPv6 and assumes the interface as global for IPv6 For IPv6 support with IPv4, you have to create vrf with "vrf definition XYZ" command. For more info google for "vrf definition" and there is address-family ipv4 and address family ipv6 Pravine
  14. Hi all. Anyone has the Student and Lab guides of this course? IP6FD - IPv6 Fundamentals, Design, and Deployment v3.0 Thanks in advance!!!
  15. Cisco IPv6 Fundamentals, Design and Deployment (IP6FD) 3.0 Prerequisites The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification. Understanding of networking and routing (on CCNP level, but no certification required). Working knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating system. Course Content IPv6 Fundamentals, Design, and Deployment (IP6FD) v3.0 is an instructor-led course that is presented by Cisco Learning Partners to end-user customers. This five-day course provides network engineers and technicians who are working in the enterprise sector with the knowledge and skills that are needed to study and configure the IP version 6 (IPv6) features of Cisco IOS Software. The course also provides an overview of IPv6 technologies; covers IPv6 design and implementation; describes IPv6 operations, addressing, routing, services, and transition; and describes deployment of IPv6 in enterprise networks as well as in service provider networks. The course also includes case studies that are useful for deployment scenarios and remote labs. [Hidden Content]
  16. INE - IPv6 Generic Course (Compressed/MKV) Instructor: Dave Smith CCIE #19125 (R&S), VMWare VCP Format: FLV x 30 Parts Size: 1.0GB In this course you will learn about IPv6 from the perspective of your existing knowledge of IPv4 Technologies. It will cover the new addressing schemes including Link Local addressing, Stateless Auto Configuration, Stateless DHCP, and DHCPv6. It will also cover the major changes to ICMP and the underlying technologies to support the lack of broadcasting in IPv6. We will be covering the changes to the routing protocols RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP in relation to IPv6 and the basics of how to implement these on Cisco IOS. IPv6 Transition mechanisms including GRE, 6to4, ISATAP, DMVPN, and MPLS 6PE/6VPE. More Info: [Hidden Content] Table of Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Introduction to IPv6 3. IPv6 Simplified Header 4. IPv6 Extension Headers 5. IPv6 Addressing 6. IPv6 Solicited Node Multicast 7. IPv6 Address Assignment 8. Manual Address Configuration 9. SLAAC Configuration 10. IPv6 Stateless DHCP Configuration 11. IPv6 DHCP Configuration 12. IPv6 DHCPv6 Prefix Deligation 13. RIPng 14. EIGRP 15. OSPF 16. BGP IPv4 over IPv6 17. OSPF Database 18. BGP IPv6 over IPv6 19. BGP IPv6 over IPv4 20. BGP IPv4 over IPv6 21. Redistribution 22. Tunnels 23. GRE 24. IPv6 Tunnels 25. 6to4 Tunnels 26. IATAP Tunnels 27. DMVPN 28. MPLS 6PE 29. MPLS 6VPE 30. Dual Stack Total Duration: 10h 1m [Hidden Content]
  17. LiveLessons - IPv6 Fundamentals English | .FLV | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 29.97 fps® | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo, s16 | 3.98 GB Genre: E-learning Learn about IPv6 addressing and address types, dynamic IPv6 address assignment using SLAAC, stateless DHCPv6 and stateful DHCPv6, DHCPv6 prefix delegation, ICMPv6 Neighbor Discovery, and routing IPv6 using EIGRP for IPv6 and OSPFv3, including named EIGRP and OSPFv3 address families. IPv6 can be challenging for everyone, from CCNA students to seasoned network engineers. The transition to IPv6 has begun, mostly due to the long-anticipated problem of IPv4 address exhaustion. The lessons in this video give you a strong foundation in understanding the IPv6 protocol, including IPv6 addressing and address types; dynamic IPv6 address assignment using SLAAC; stateless DHCPv6 and stateful DHCPv6; ICMPv6 Neighbor Discovery; address resolution; and routing IPv6 using EIGRP for IPv6 and OSPFv3, including named EIGRP and OSPFv3 address families. Using the information in this video, you will understand how IPv6 is implemented in a network. The author provides a series of short instructional videos that clearly explain these and other IPv6 topics. These videos will help those already familiar with IPv4 become confident in their understanding and implementation of IPv6. What You Will Learn The reasons for the transition to IPv6 and a brief history of its development A comparison between the IPv4 and IPv6 protocols IPv6 addressing in depth (and how it differs from IPv4) including global unicast, link-local unicast and multicast addresses Stateless address autoconfiguration (SLAAC), stateless DHCPv6, stateful DHCPv6, and DHCPv6-PD (Prefix Delegation) ICMPv6 Neighbor Discovery including address resolution and duplicate address detection IPv6 configuration options for Cisco routers and hosts IPv6 routing protocols including EIGRP for IPv6, Named EIGRP, and OSPFv3 and OSPFv3 address families Understanding the IPv6 routing table and defining static IPv6 routes Table of Contents Lesson 1: Introduction to IPv6 Lesson 2: Comparing IPv4 and IPv6 Lesson 3: IPv6 Address Representation and Address Types Lesson 4: Global Unicast Addresses (GUA) Lesson 5: Link-Local Addresses Lesson 6: IPv6 Multicast Addresses Lesson 7: SLAAC (Stateless Address Autoconfiguration) Lesson 8: DHCPv6 Lesson 9: Introduction to ICMPv6 Lesson 10: ICMPv6 Neighbor Discovery Lesson 11: IPv6 Routing Table and Static Routes Lesson 12: EIGRP for IPv6 Lesson 13: OSPFv3 [Hidden Content] All links interchangeable!
  18. the question says R8 is simulating IPv6 host, so we would not be running any Ipv6 routing protocol on R8's inteface but, how the traffic would leave the inteface if router doesn't any default ipv6 route? please suggest how to configure
  19. Guys, What is the correct pattern for Frame-Relay Mapping in K8 IPv6 Addressing: 1. Configuring Link-Local address and then mapping FR through Link-Local Address ? 2. Mapping FR through actual IPv6 Address ? 3. Both the above ? If anyone suggest option 1st, then please let me know the Addressing and FR-Mapping for R1 and R5 Point-to-Point Link ? Regards, Kapss
  20. Hi folks, Download the torrent for INE CCIE-R&S DEEP DIVE Series. It includes IP6v, Security, Layer2 and Network Services. Guys download it and pls DO SEED IT Do not post useless "thank you" post. If you want to see the content of the hidden links Please use the "Thanks" button as shown in the announcements [Hidden Content] Posting an answer will NOT reveal the hidden content. All following useless "thank you" will be removed. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. CCIE Routing & Switching Deep Dive Implementing IPv6 Course quality: 1280x720, 3.24GB The Implementing IPv6 Deep Dive is the complete solution for engineers looking to master the future of the TCP/IP protocol suite - IPv6. This deep dive consists of over 10 hours of instructor-led video courses, designed to give you the knowledge you needed to design and implement IPv6 networking technologies. The exam also prepares you for the many current Cisco Certifications that contain IPv6, including the popular Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) Routing and Switching written and lab exams. CCIE Routing & Switching Deep Dive Implementing IPv6 Course OutlINE :: Runtime 10 hours Module 1 - IPv6 Addressing Lesson 1 - Address Types Lesson 2 - Unicast Addresses Lesson 3 - Anycast and Multicast Lesson 4 - Neighbor Discovery Module 2 - IPv6 Services Lesson 1 - DHCPv6 Lesson 2 - QoS Lesson 3 - IPSec Module 3 - IPv6 Routing Lesson 1 - RIPng Lesson 1 - Part 2 RIPng Lesson 2 - EIGRP for IPv6 Lesson 3 - OSPFv3 Lesson 3 - Part 2 OSPFv3 Lesson 4 - BGP Lesson 5 - PBR/Redistribution Module 4 - IPv6 Tunneling and NAT-PT Lesson 1 - Manual Tunnels Lesson 2 - GRE Tunnels Lesson 3 - 6to4 Tunnels Lesson 4 - ISATAP Tunnels Lesson 5 - NAT-PT Filefactory links [Hidden Content] please look into my other topic where I am asking for INE CCIE R&S -- Advanced Technologies in 1280x720 quality ([Hidden Content])
  22. Hi Folks, I was troubleshooting the UD's labs, MPLSv3 IPv6 question statement says "you are NOT allowed to change existing IPv6 ACL lines or add new lines & also can't remove the IPv6 traffic filter list" than what's the way to solve it? ipv6 access-list CCIE on R5 preventing the OSPFv3 neighbour ship from R1 &R2, please advise
  23. 2.10 In an attempt to reduce link-layer congestion, limit to 4 messages per second the rate at which all IPv6 enabled devices generate all IPv6 ICMP error messages I believe the answer should be ipv6 icmp error-interval 250 4 and NOT ipv6 icmp error-interval 250 1 Command syntax is - ipv6 icmp error-interval milliseconds [bucketsize] I used the following documentation .. [Hidden Content] and [Hidden Content] Thanks!
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