IPv6 Training?

Petri Helenius pete at he.iki.fi
Sun Jun 3 06:49:14 UTC 2007

simon at limmat.switch.ch wrote:
> Alex Rubenstein writes:
>> Does anyone know of any good IPv6 training resources (classroom, or
>> self-guided)?
> If your router vendor supports IPv6 (surprisingly, many do!):
Too bad the IPv6 support on the low-end Ciscos is mostly broken in many 
ways (does not work on WLAN, does not work across the local 4 port 
switch, etc.) , which are also the routers most classrooms could afford.


> lab-router#conf t
> Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
> lab-router(config)#ipv6 ?
>   access-list        Configure access lists
>   cef                Cisco Express Forwarding for IPv6
>   dhcp               Configure IPv6 DHCP
>   general-prefix     Configure a general IPv6 prefix
>   hop-limit          Configure hop count limit
>   host               Configure static hostnames
>   icmp               Configure ICMP parameters
>   local              Specify local options
>   mfib               Multicast Forwarding
>   mfib-mode          Multicast Forwarding mode
>   mld                Global mld commands
>   multicast-routing  Enable IPv6 multicast
>   neighbor           Neighbor
>   ospf               OSPF
>   pim                Configure Protocol Independent Multicast
>   prefix-list        Build a prefix list
>   route              Configure static routes
>   router             Enable an IPV6 routing process
>   unicast-routing    Enable unicast routing
> lab-router(config)#ipv6 unicast-routing
> lab-router(config)#interface tengigabitEthernet 1/1
> lab-router(config-if)#ipv6 ?
> IPv6 interface subcommands:
>   address         Configure IPv6 address on interface
>   cef             Cisco Express Forwarding for IPv6
>   dhcp            IPv6 DHCP interface subcommands
>   enable          Enable IPv6 on interface
>   mfib            Interface Specific MFIB Control
>   mld             interface commands
>   mtu             Set IPv6 Maximum Transmission Unit
>   nd              IPv6 interface Neighbor Discovery subcommands
>   ospf            OSPF interface commands
>   pim             PIM interface commands
>   policy          Enable IPv6 policy routing
>   redirects       Enable sending of ICMP Redirect messages
>   rip             Configure RIP routing protocol
>   router          IPv6 Router interface commands
>   traffic-filter  Access control list for packets
>   unnumbered      Preferred interface for source address selection
>   verify          Enable per packet validation
> lab-router(config-if)#ipv6 enable
> [...]
> And then chances are good that you find useful training material on
> their Web sites, often not just command descriptions, but actual
> deployment guides.

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