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INRM + IPv6 Workshop | 05 - 08 Dec. | Tunisia - Tunis 13 Days Click here to register

IPv6 Services

Introduction

A good network is only as useful as the services or applications that run on it.

This module covers how to set up and run the most common services expected of any network - DHCP , DNS , Web and Mail. 

After concluding this module, participants will be able to:

  • Verify any application for IPv6 capability
  • Configure and test an dual stack DNS server
  • Configure and verify a dual stack DHCP server
  • Configure and verify a dual stack web server
  • Configure and verify a dual stack Mail server

 


 

 

Module outline

  • IPv6 Status of Popular Enterprise Applications
  • Planning and deploying IPv6 DNS Servers
    • Brief overview of the DNS protocol
    • Infrastructural elements of DNS and how DNS works
    • IPv6 status of popular DNS server implementations
    • Configuring BIND for dual stack operation
  • Planning and deploying IPv6 Web Servers
    • Brief overview of the HTTP protocol
    • Infrastructural elements of HTTP and how it works
    • IPv6 status of popular web server implementations
    • Configuring Apache & IIS for dual stack operation
    • Adding IPv6 support to existing servers that don't support IPv6
  • Planning and deploying IPv6 Mail Servers
    • Brief overview of the IMAP, SMTP and POP protocols
    • Infrastructural elements of Internet mail and how it works
    • IPv6 status of popular mail server implementations
    • Configuring Exim for dual stack operation
  • Planning and deploying an IPv6 Network Management Server
    • Network management overview
    • Challenges in IPv6 network monitoring
    • Configuring and testing Nagios