Junos IP Version 6

  • Duration: 2 Days (16 Hours)
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Junos IP Version 6 Training Course Overview

In this comprehensive two-day course, participants will delve into the intricacies of IPv6 operations, covering essential topics such as neighbor discovery, ICMPv6, IPv6 protocol-independent routing, OSPFv3, IS-IS, BGP, IPv6 multicast, transition methods, and troubleshooting methodologies supported by the Junos operating system (OS). Through a combination of demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will acquire practical experience in configuring and monitoring Junos OS, as well as gaining insights into device and IPv6 protocol operations. The hands-on component utilizes Juniper Networks MX Series Routers, ensuring practical relevance, although the course remains adaptable to other Juniper hardware platforms running Junos OS.

Intended Audience For Junos IP Version 6 Training

  • Network Administrators
  • Network Engineers
  • Network Operators
  • IT Professionals involved in IPv6 network deployment
  • Individuals responsible for configuring and managing IPv6 protocols on Juniper Networks devices.

Learning objectives for the Junos IP Version 6 training course

  • Describe the similarities and differences between IPv4 and IPv6.
  • Explain the different extension headers and their uses.
  • Identify the different IPv6 address types.
  • Explain the IPv6 neighbor discovery process.
  • Describe the maximum transmission unit (MTU) discovery process.
  • Configure and monitor the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP).
  • Define the routing tables used for IPv6 routing.
  • Explain and configure static, aggregated, and generated IPv6 routes.
  • Identify and explain IPv6 firewall filters.
  • Describe and implement OSPFv3 routing.
  • Explain and configure IPv6 networks using IS-IS.
  • Describe and implement BGP peering sessions using IPv6.
  • Explain the multicast process
  • Configure IPv6 multicast
  • Identify the different transition methods.
  • Explain concepts for using dual stack.
  • Explain and identify the different methods for tunneling IPv6 traffic.
  • Describe a basic troubleshooting method.
  • Identify and explain common operational mode commands used for troubleshooting
    IPv6 problems.

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Benefits of taking the Junos IP Version 6 training

  • Comprehensive IPv6 Understanding: Gain in-depth knowledge and understanding of IPv6, including its addressing format, protocols, and operational aspects.
  • Configuration and Management: Learn how to configure and manage IPv6 on Juniper Networks devices, ensuring a seamless transition from IPv4 to IPv6 in network environments.
  • Hands-On Experience: Acquire practical, hands-on experience through demonstrations and labs, allowing you to implement IPv6 configurations on Junos OS devices.
  • Routing Protocols: Explore IPv6 support in various routing protocols, such as OSPFv3, IS-IS, and BGP, enabling you to deploy IPv6 in complex network scenarios.
  • Multicast and Security: Understand IPv6 multicast concepts and security considerations, ensuring a secure and efficient deployment of IPv6 in networks.
  • Transition Methods: Learn about transition methods from IPv4 to IPv6, including tunneling techniques and dual-stack implementations, ensuring a smooth migration process.
  • Troubleshooting Skills: Develop troubleshooting skills specific to IPv6, allowing you to identify and resolve issues related to IPv6 configurations and connectivity.
  • Preparation for IPv6 Certifications: Prepare for certifications related to IPv6, showcasing your expertise in managing and configuring IPv6 networks on Juniper devices.
  • Adoption of Modern Networking Technologies: Stay current with the latest networking technologies by understanding IPv6, which is crucial for supporting the growing number of devices and services on the internet.
  • Future-Proofing Networks: Ensure the future scalability and sustainability of networks by incorporating IPv6, addressing the limitations of IPv4 and accommodating the increasing demand for IP addresses.
  • Alignment with Industry Standards: Align your skills with industry standards and best practices related to IPv6, ensuring that your knowledge is in line with global networking trends.
  • Career Advancement: Enhance your career opportunities by gaining expertise in IPv6, a fundamental aspect of modern networking, and position yourself as a valuable resource for organizations transitioning to IPv6.

Junos IP Version 6 Training Course Modules

Module 1: Course Introduction

  • Overview of the course objectives and structure.

Module 2: Introduction to IPv6 Addressing—What’s New and Improved?

  • Describing the IPv6 structure
  • Explaining different extension headers and their uses
  • Identifying different IPv6 address types

Module 3: Introduction to IPv6 Addressing—How to Address IPv6

  • Describing IPv6 address types
  • Describing subnetting IPv6 addresses
  • Configuring IPv6 interfaces
  • Lab 1: Configuring IPv6 Interfaces

Module 4: IPv6 Protocol and Services—Part 1

  • Explaining the IPv6 neighbor discovery process
  • Explaining IPv6 optimization services

Module 5: IPv6 Protocol and Services—Part 2

  • Explaining router advertisements
  • Describing the MTU discovery process
  • Describing the VRRP process
  • Explaining the DHCPv6 and DNS processes
  • Lab 2: Configuring IPv6 Services

Module 6: Protocol Independent Routing and Filters

  • Explaining and configuring static, aggregated, and generated IPv6 routes
  • Identifying and explaining IPv6 firewall filters
  • Lab 3: Configuring Protocol Independent Routing

Module 7: OSPFv3

  • Describing OSPFv3 routing
  • Configuring OSPFv3 networks
  • Lab 4: Configuring OSPFv3

Module 8: IS-IS

  • Explaining IS-IS using IPv6
  • Configuring IS-IS
  • Lab 5: Configuring IS-IS

Module 9: BGP

  • Explaining the BGP process
  • Configuring IPv6 BGP
  • Lab 6: Configuring BGP

Module 10: IPv6 Multicast

  • Explaining the multicast process
  • Configuring IPv6 multicast
  • Lab 7: Configuring IPv6 Multicast

Module 11: Transition Methods

  • Identifying different transition methods
  • Explaining the concepts for using dual-stack
  • Identifying and explaining different methods for tunneling IPv6 traffic
  • Lab 8: Configuring GRE Tunneling

Module 12: Troubleshooting

  • Describing a basic troubleshooting method
  • Identifying and explaining common operational mode commands used for troubleshooting IPv6 problems
  • Lab 9: Troubleshooting

Module A: Appendix: Transitioning

  • Explaining dual-stack migration
  • Defining best practices

Junos IP Version 6 Training Course Prerequisites

  • Intermediate-level networking knowledge
  • Understanding of the OSI reference model and the TCP/IP protocol suite
  • Copletion of the Introduction to the Junos Operating System (IJOS) and Junos
    intermediate Routing (JIR) courses, or equivalent prior to attending this class.

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