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Implementing Cisco Multicast (MCAST) v2.0

This Cisco course validates your skills to understand, configure and support Cisco devices running IOS software and IPv6 routing protocols. IP6FD v3.0 provides baseline through advanced technical information and training on the next-generation Internet protocol, IPv6.

This course will prepare you for transitioning to IPv6-based networks. IP6FD encompasses design considerations, security considerations, configuration principles, configuring IOS devices for IPv6, and IPv6 transition mechanisms. Throughout the course, you will be presented justification for the principles, concepts and practices contained in each lesson.

This course will help network engineers understand, configure, and support Cisco devices running IOS software, and it covers the IPv6 routing protocols, such as RIPng, OSPF, BGP, and IS-IS; IPv6 transition mechanisms including tunnels, ISATAP, NAT-PT, and 6to4; and other features. You will get in-depth coverage of IPv6 design and deployment for DNS, DHCP, integrating IPv6 in an IPv4 network, Multicast and much more.

The primary audience for this course comprises network designers and engineers involved in IPv6 network design and implementation.

The secondary audience for this Cisco course includes network administrators as well as systems engineers responsible for operating and deploying IPv6 networks.

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Boot Camp Schedule for IP6FD - IPv6 Fundamentals, Design, and Deployment v3.0 Training
Course # Course Contents Regular Track (days)
IP6FD v3.0 IP6FD - IPv6 Fundamentals, Design, and Deployment v3.0 5
Balance Days  for day of arrival and practice 1
Total duration 6


  • CCNP ROUTE & SWITCH or CCDP level of knowledge.




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