For years, many network engineers and designers have ignored IPv6. They designated it as something they’d get to “someday”. But now they’ve run out of time to kick that can down the road.
As of 2017, all five Regional Internet Registries have officially run out of IPv4 address blocks. With IPv4 address depletion a reality, it’s time for network engineers to take IPv6 seriously. The first step is understanding the IPv6 addressing structure, as well as the variety of IPv6 addresses available.
Sign up now for Keith Bogart’s free webinar Understanding IPv6 Addresses. You’ll learn the fundamentals of how an IPv6 address is structured, how to abbreviate addresses, and how to recognize the different IPv6 address types, such as Global Unicast Addresses, Link-Local addresses, and Multicast addresses. Don’t miss this chance to get up to speed with the technology you need as an expert network engineer.
Understanding IPv6 Addresses
Instructor: Keith Bogart (CCIE #4923)
Date: Tuesday, May 21 2019
Time: 11:00AM EST
Length: 1 hour