IPV6 + MULTICAST + QOS : CCIE LEVEL
From 13 JUNE 2021 | Sat & Sun | 9 PM IST | 10:30 AM CST | 1:30 AM AEST | 7:30 PM Dubai | 11:30 AM EST (Daily 1 Hour Only)
One Demo Class Starting In …….
Why IPV6 ?
No more NAT
NAT exists to overcome a shortage of IPv4 addresses, and because IPv6 has no such shortage, IPv6 networks do not require NAT.
A node on the link can automatically configure global IPv6 addresses by appending its interface identifier (64 bits) to the prefixes (64 bits) included
No more private address collisions
With Dual-IP stacks, your computers, routers, switches, and other devices run both protocols, but IPv6 is the preferred protocol.
Why MULTICAST ?
Distributing AV data streams
The first is in distributing audio/visual data streams identically to a large number of users.
Providing real-time stock-market data
All market participants must receive the same information at same time to ensure the market is fair.
IPV6 supports Multicast
Unlike IPv4, there is no broadcast address in IPv6. Instead, IPv6 uses multicast.
Why QOS ?
Unlimited Application Prioritization using QOS
Do your customers have complex LANs that require various levels of prioritization?
Dynamic Allocation of Bandwidth for Prioritization Level
Unlimited application priorities mean nothing unless the QoS pipe-within-a-pipe is dynamic
Take Control of traffic over On-Net or Off-Net links
Providers to provide end-to-end Quality of Service over 3rd-party connections and internet.
Benefits Joining Our Batch ?
12 – 15 Sessions, Every Sessions consist of 2+ Hours. Sat & Sun @ 08:30 PM IST
The detailed Online Live Classes will last 2 to 2:30 Hrs each
The Course includes 25+ Labs covering all Enterprise day-today used Scenarios
1 Month of Lab Rack Access to be provided
Each Class is focused on teaching Topics via Lab Practical Demonstration
24×7 After Class Lab Support Available
Multiple Free Re-takes Available of the Same Enrolled Course
Lifetime Access to Webportal containing Recording Videos, Google drive link to Automation Tools and Software’s
Lab + Workbook Discussed In Class…
Hours Of Lab Access Provided…
Course Content Overview
- IPv6 Header
- IPv6 Address Types
- Ipv6 Address Simplification Rules
- IPv6 Address Scopes
- Well-Known IPv6 Address
- Ipv6 Multicast Address
- IPv6 Anycast Address
- Ipv4 to Ipv6 Conversion
- IPv6 Basic Configuration
- Ipv6 Neighbor Discovery
- IPv6 Routing Overview
- IPv6 Static Routing
- MBGP for IPv6
- IPv6 Redistribution
- Ipv4 to Ipv6 Transition Mechanisms
- Dual Stack Techniques
- Tunneling Techniques
- Translation Techniques
- Why Multicast ?
- Multicast Advantages & Disadvantages
- Why not just unicast ?
- Multicast Applications
- Multicast Groups
- Multicast Sources
- Multicast Addressing
- Multicast Mac Addressing
- Enabling Basic Multicast
- Multicast Basic Terms
- Ipv4 Multicast Components
- Layer 2 Multicast Switching
- Routing Multicast Traffic
- Multicast Trees
- Multicast Routing Protocols
- PIM v1 & PIMv2
- PIM Security
- Designated Router (DR)
- Assert Forwarder (AF)
- Source Tree vs Shared Tree
- Dense Mode
- Sparse Mode
- Sparse Dense Mode
- Rendezvous point
- RP Assignments
- Auto RP
- Multicast Scoping
- Bidirectional PIM
- DF Responsibilities
- Sourse Specific Multicast
- Asm (Any Source Multicast)
- Multicast BGP Extension
- Anycast RP
- Embedded RP
- Traditional Data Characterstics
- Converged Characterstics
- Qos Intro
- Types of Delay
- Methods for Implementing QOS
- QOS Models
- IP Precedence
- Marking at Layer 2
- Auto Qos
- Qos Preclassify
- Fair Queuing
- Custom Queue
- Prioirty Queue
- Tail Drop
- Traffic Shaping
- Qos on Switches
- Link Efficiency Mechanism
Frequently asked questions(FAQ)
Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the most recent version of the Internet Protocol (IP), the communications protocol that provides an identification and location system for computers on networks and routes traffic across the Internet. IPv6 was developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to deal with the long-anticipated problem of IPv4 address exhaustion. IPv6 is intended to replace IPv4. In December 1998, IPv6 became a Draft Standard for the IETF, who subsequently ratified it as an Internet Standard on 14 July 2017.
In computer networking, multicast is group communication where data transmission is addressed to a group of destination computers simultaneously. Multicast can be one-to-many or many-to-many distribution. Multicast should not be confused with physical layer point-to-multipoint communication.
Group communication may either be application layer multicast or network assisted multicast, where the latter makes it possible for the source to efficiently send to the group in a single transmission. Copies are automatically created in other network elements, such as routers, switches and cellular network base stations, but only to network segments that currently contain members of the group. Network assisted multicast may be implemented at the data link layer using one-to-many addressing and switching such as Ethernet multicast addressing, Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), point-to-multipoint virtual circuits (P2MP) or Infiniband multicast. Network assisted multicast may also be implemented at the Internet layer using IP multicast. In IP multicast the implementation of the multicast concept occurs at the IP routing level, where routers create optimal distribution paths for datagrams sent to a multicast destination address.
Multicast is often employed in Internet Protocol (IP) applications of streaming media, such as IPTV and multipoint videoconferencing.
Quality of service (QoS) is the description or measurement of the overall performance of a service, such as a telephony or computer network or a cloud computing service, particularly the performance seen by the users of the network. To quantitatively measure quality of service, several related aspects of the network service are often considered, such as packet loss, bit rate, throughput, transmission delay, availability, jitter, etc.
In the field of computer networking and other packet-switched telecommunication networks, quality of service refers to traffic prioritization and resource reservation control mechanisms rather than the achieved service quality. Quality of service is the ability to provide different priorities to different applications, users, or data flows, or to guarantee a certain level of performance to a data flow.
Quality of service is particularly important for the transport of traffic with special requirements. In particular, developers have introduced Voice over IP technology to allow computer networks to become as useful as telephone networks for audio conversations, as well as supporting new applications with even stricter network performance requirements.
IPV6 + MULTICAST + QOS topics are included in CCNA, CCNP and majorly in CCIE level
Multiple Free Re-takes of Live batch are available and also if incase you don’t want to go through entire batch you can sit only on missed classes.
Alternatively, we also provide Recordings of every class in our Webportal for lifetime access
- NOC Engineers
- L1, L2, L3, L4
- Network Engineers
- CCNA, CCNP, CCIE Certified Engineers
- Network security administrators
- Network administrators
- Network analyst
- Network engineers
- Network analyst
- Network consultants
- Basic knowledge of networking
- TCP/IP protocol knowledge
- Basic knowledge on Windows server/Unix
- Basic knowledge on “line vty”, “ssh”, “ospf”, “bgp”, “vlan”, “ip address”, “telnet”, “router”, “switch”, “firewall”, “junos”, “arista”, “linux”
- This Course will help you certify Official Cisco Certification Courses:
Total 15-20 Hrs of Content
Paypal, India NEFT, BHIM/UPI, G Pay
Student opts either Online LIVE Instructor-Led or Self-paced Learning with Labs
Live Online Classes:
Live online classes are synchronous events organized in a live virtual meeting room where students and teachers meet together to communicate with voice, video, whiteboard.
Benefits of Live Online Classes:
- Rapid acquisition of knowledge.
- Immediate feedback.
- Live online classes require students and instructors to be online at the same time.
- Meetings and lectures occur at the same hour.
- All attendees must be online and connected to the internet at that specific hour.
- Ideal for content that changes regularly: If you have core content that needs to be updated regularly, then opting for live online learning may be the best choice.
Online courses are delivered asynchronously where students learn on their own schedule (self-paced learning) without any real time instructor. The course content – lessons, prerecorded video lectures and tutorials, tests and quizzes, homework and assignments can be access by the students enrolled in the course at any time, as long as the course is active and available.
Benefits of Self-paced Learning:
- Learners are able to go at their own pace.
- There is no scheduling involved.
- No direct mentor or tutor to clarify or analyze mistakes, no solution checks.
- Ideal for permanent content: If you happen to have content or information that isn’t going to change in the near future, such as company policies, that new employees must memorize, then self-paced learning is a great option.
|Course Name:||COMBO: IPV6 + MULTICAST + QOS|
|Timings:||9:00 PM to 11:00 PM IST [Daily 2:30 to 3 Hrs only]|
|Schedule:||Sat & Sun (weekend only)|
|Mode Of Training:||Both LIVE, Self-paced Available, refer FAQs|
|Material:||Classnotes, Workbook, PDF provided|
|Lab Access:||100 Hrs Lab Access provided|
|Offline Lab:||Downloadable Files provided, however, Student to Install themselves|
|Emulators:||GNS3, EVENG PRO, EVENG COMM, PNET all supported|
|Recordings:||Lifetime access to Recordings|
|Free Classes:||1 Free Demo, Register here|
|Course Level:||Beginner, Intermediate, Expert|
|How to Join Live Meeting:||We provide Zoom Meeting Invite before the Class|
|How to Watch Recordings:||Access on Laptop, Mobile and TV|
|Certificate of completion:||Yes, provided after Course completion|