IPv6 is not only the future of networking, it is already here today! All the big players on the Internet are already IPv6 enabled and it is now time for you to join the party!
Apart from the Internet, all other networks – from corporate to your home network – also run IP and are affected by the change that is happening right now as you read this!
This IPv6 Video Course covers all major aspects of the new Internet Protocol and what changed, compared to IPv4. You will understand the fundamentals and be ahead of your peers that are still on the sinking ship of IPv4! As of today, there are no IPv4 addresses left and we have no other option but to go ahead and deploy IPv6.
Your trainer (me!) has 20 years of experience deploying, engineering and running IPv6 and you will directly benefit from this!
The IPv6 course is divided into 8 topics and spans over 31 videos with a combined length of more than 2 hours. Additionally over 50 PDF documents for quick reference and review are provided for your convenience.
The length of the training is optimised for a quick look into IPv6, covering everything you need to know and without getting too much into details that you don’t need to know today.
Enjoy – and welcome to the future of networking!
Sign up for my IPv6 Video on Demand course IPv6 Essentials – Foundations of the new Internet Protocol on Udemy.
If Reading is more your thing or you are on a Budget... Check out my other IPv6 Course
A written version of this course is also available on this blog for free today: IPv6 Foundation – Free & Complete: The Original Master Class
IPv6 Foundation – all you need to know! Kickstart your networking skill immediately and jump into this hot topic right now. Don’t Wait!
More information on IPv6
In my German article Wie bekommt man IPv6 Adressen I describe the different approaches on how to obtain your own IPv6 address space. There are multiple options, from using your Provider’s PA-Space, getting Provider Independent IPv6 (IPv6 PI Space) and becoming your own Local Internet Registry (LIR) and being your own Internet Service Provider (ISP).