IPv6 is the result of many years of research and activity by the international Internet community. IPv6 provides increased addressing space, improved routing, better security and support for new applications.
The implementation of IPv6 is inevitable and will impact on all companies that maintain, implement or use IP networks.
In this short course, you will learn about the main features of IPv6 and how it will affect IP networks. This will enable you to determine how IPv6 will impact your organisation and will help you to plan a migration strategy.
Demonstrations will show how IPv6 works, how to implement IPv6 and IPv6 network services and applications.
Programmers who need to administer IT systems on any of today's major platforms and in multi-platform environments.
Delegates with backgrounds in C like languages will recognise elements of Perl syntax and can use much existing knowledge, but must beware the temptation to translate literally from C/C++. Perl's native way of doing things is invariably more efficient and better adapted to specialist system administration tasks.
System administrators with limited scripting (rather than pure programming) experience may need more than 4 days to benefit fully from this course.
Like all our Perl courses, this course is designed for cross-platform system administration, but Unix System Administrators will benefit particularly by recognising tools which have been incorporated into Perl from their favourite Operating System.
This is a hands-on practical workshop based around the coding of real-world solutions to real-world problems.
All our lecturers are practising network consultants with extensive experience of IPv6 networking on Unix and Windows in large commercial environments. They are ideally suited to bringing you the highest quality of training.
Our courses are available world-wide as on-site courses and at our training venues as public courses.
Please contact us if you are looking for training in your area.