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Securely Transitioning Enterprise Networks to IPv6

Securely Transitioning Enterprise Networks to IPv6

Nick Russo | Duration: 2h 52m | Video: H264 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48 kHz 2ch | 308 MB | Language: English + .srt

It is commonly believed that IPv6 is only useful in environments where IPv4 is exhausted. This course dispels that myth and explores various IPv6 techniques to meet specific business needs, complete with a multi-layered IPv6 security solution.

Migrating enterprise networks from IPv4 to IPv6 is often harder than it appears given the inevitable business requirements that constrain the rollout. In this course, Securely Transitioning Enterprise Networks to IPv6, you'll learn to perform that rollout with minimal business disruption and in a manner that is built to last. You'll first learn about this multi-step process, and like most journeys, some of the steps are temporary and suboptimal. One such example is NAT64, providing "quick and dirty" access to critical IPv4 services from IPv6 Internet clients. Next, you'll explore various mechanisms to interconnect IPv6 islands across a larger IPv4 networks using tunneling techniques such as ISATAP, 6rd, 6in4, and GRE/IPsec. Finally, you'll discover how to properly "dual stack" a network so that IPv4 and IPv6 run alongside one another. Dual-stack designs are conceptually easy but require diligence with respect to routing, services, and security. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge of IPv6 transition techniques needed to properly migrate an enterprise network given a variety of business constraints.


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