Half this course focuses on general concepts of IPv6 and the other half focuses on actually configuring and manipulating the routing protocol. After this course, you'll understand what IPv6 is, what protocols it supports, and also how to plan and manually configure static routes.
24 HOURS OF TRAINING
5 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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TCP/IP IPv6 FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
You should take this TCP-IP IPv6 training because understanding IPv6 routing, and designing routes is essential work for a network administrator. And whether you're a brand new administrator or an old hat, the ways IPv6 establishes routes and addresses are entirely different from IPv4.
No, this course isn't designed to help pass any specific industry certification. Rather than try to encompass too much, this course stays focused on IPv6 routes, addresses and configurations. It includes virtual simulations, so you'll have actual, real-world experience with the protocol after this course.
If this TCP-IP IPv6 course leaves you wanting more, Cisco's CCNA or CompTIA's Network+ are two certifications you might consider pursuing. The CCNA only covers Cisco equipment and Network+ covers a lot more than TCP-IP. But those are great entry-level credentials for anyone who does well with this IPv6 course.
This TCP-IP IPv6 training is best for network administrators. Although many IT professionals – and even non-technical professionals – would benefit from understanding what TCP-IP is and how to configure it, network administrators are the people who work with it on a near-daily basis.