Implementing IPv6 on Juniper

How to Plan and Implement IPv6 on Juniper Routers

You will learn how to:

  • Migrate your Juniper based network to IPv6
  • Manage the differences between IPv4 and IPv6
  • Implement new networking software and devices to support IPv6
  • Implement IPv6 auto-configuration and manage IPv6 addresses on JunOS
  • Configure IPv6 migration techniques on different platforms JunOS and servers
  • Configure transition techniques including; dual-stacks, 6to4, ISATAP, NAT-PT and Teredo.
  • Configure IPv6 on different platforms
  • Configure IPv6 enabled network services (e.g DNS, DHCPv6, OSPFv3 and BGP).
  • IPv6 enable networking applications (e.g. Apache, ping, FTP and e-mail).

Course Benefits

IPv6 is the result of many years of research and activity by the international Internet community. IPv6 provides increased addressing space, improved routing, new features and support for transition from IPv4.

The implementation of IPv6 is inevitable and will impact on all companies that maintain, implement or use IP networks.

In this course, you will learn how to obtain and implement IPv6 protocols within your organisation on Juniper routers and other networked devices. This course provides extensive hands-on sessions and in-depth technical analysis.

Course Contents

The Need for IPv6

  • History of IP
  • The problems with IPv4
  • The IPv4 header format
  • Address space and functionality
  • IPv4 Security and QoS
  • Reality Check: IPv6 vs. IPv4

The Features of IPv6 I

  • IPv6 datagram format and header
  • IPv6 extension headers
  • Hop-by-hop and destination options
  • Routing header, fragmentation header
  • Mobility header and No next header
  • IPv6 addresses
  • IPv6 address representation
  • Unicast Multicast & Anycast in IPv6
  • Link local, site local and unique local addresses

The Features of IPv6 II

  • Summary of the new features of IPv6
  • ICMPv6 (IP Control Message Protocol v6)
  • Path MTU discovery (PMTU)
  • IPv6 multicast group management
  • MLD (Multicast Listener Discovery) and MLDv2

Autoconfiguration of IPv6 I

  • Autoconfiguration methods
  • Choosing the interface identifier
  • Modified EUI-64
  • CGA, HBA, Privacy and Temporary Addresses
  • Neighbour discovery in IPv6 (NDP)
  • IPv6 router discovery (RS and RA)
  • IPv6 Router renumbering

Autoconfiguration of IPv6 II

  • DHCPv6
  • DHCPv6 Relay Agents
  • DUIDs and IAIDs
  • Stateless DHCPv6
  • DHCPv6 prefix delegation (PD)

Internetworking IPv6

  • IPv6 routing and IPv6 routing tables
  • IPv6 default routes

IPv6 Dynamic Routing

  • ICMPv6 Redirects
  • RIPng
  • OSPFv3
  • IS-IS and IPv6
  • EIGRPv6
  • BGPv4 & IPv6
  • IPv6 Multicast Routing
  • IPv6 PIM

Interfacing IPv6 to the Lower Layers

  • Data-link and physical layer
  • Point to point and IPv6
  • NBMA networks and IPv6
  • IPv6 and PPP
  • ATM and IPv6
  • IEEE802 and IPv6
  • IPv6 in 3G, 4G, LTE and IMS
  • MPLS and IPv6
  • 6PE and 6VPN
  • Radius and IPv6

Transport Layer and IPv6

  • Operation of TCP and UDP
  • Changes to TCP for IPv6
  • Changes to UDP for IPv6

IPv6 Transition Mechanisms I

  • Overview of transition mechanisms
  • IPv6 Dual stacks
  • Compatibility addresses
  • Automatic and configured tunnelling
  • 6over4 and 6to4
  • 6rd - IPv6 rapid deployment
  • Teredo
  • Dual stack Lite (DSLite)
  • Dual Stack Transition Mechanism (DSTM)
  • IPv6 Tunnel brokers
  • Tunnel setup protocol (TSP)

IPv6 Transition Mechanisms II

  • Protocol translators
  • SIIT
  • Application layer gateways
  • DNS64
  • NAT64
  • NAT-PT
  • TRT
  • 464XLAT
  • IPv6 SOCKS
  • Bump-in-the-stack (BIS)
  • Bump-in-the-API (BIA)
  • Transition mechanisms and DNS

IPv6 Security (IPSec)

  • Cryptographic techniques
  • IPv6 and IPSec
  • IPv6 AH & ESP Headers
  • Transport and tunnel modes
  • Security associations

Mobile IPv6

  • Limitations of link layer mobility
  • Mobile IPv4 vs Mobile IPv6
  • IPv6 Home agents
  • Binding updates and the binding cache
  • Mobile IPv6 in operation
  • Mobile IPv6 Security
  • NEMO

IPv6 and Quality of Service

  • Traffic class in IPv6
  • The IPv6 Flow label
  • Differential services (DiffServ)
  • Integrated services (IntServ)
  • Traffic flows in IPv6
  • RSVP and IPv6 QoS

DNS and IPv6

  • The domain name system
  • Changes to DNS for IPv6
  • IPv6 AAAA resource records
  • PTR records and IPv6
  • Reverse lookups in IPv6
  • &
  • IPv6 in BIND and MS DNS
  • IPv6 and EDNS0

Application Changes for IPv6

  • Basic Internet commands
  • IPv6 ping, telnet and FTP
  • Mail systems and IPv6
  • IPv6 enabled web-servers

The IPv6 Programming Interface

  • IPv6 Programming Basics
  • Socket Library changes for IPv6
  • IPv6 Code Migration Tools
  • Sockets & Winsock APIs
  • Perl, Java, C# support for IPv6

IPv6 Network Management

  • SNMP & IPv6
  • The extended MIB for IPv6
  • SNMP Security
  • IPv6 Protocol Analysers
  • Troubleshooting

Migrating to IPv6

  • What when and how to migrate
  • The current status of IPv6
  • Operating systems and IPv6
  • Business applications and IPv6
  • Predictions

IPv6 Practical Work

During the course there will be many opportunities for hands-on work. Each module has detailed exercises or demonstrations associated with it. Every delegate has at least routers provided for their own use.

Practicals are run on Juniper and other platforms.

Hands-on practical exercises include:

  • Installing and configuring IPv6
  • Capturing and decoding IPv6 datagrams
  • Basic IPv6 operation
  • IPv6 router configuration
  • Assigning IPv6 addresses
  • Configuring IPv6 auto-configuration
  • Configuring and using DHCPv6
  • IPv6 dynamic routing (OSPFv3 & BGP)
  • Security configuration using IPv6 IPsec
  • Configuring IPv6 transition mechanisms
  • Configuring 6to4, ISATAP, Teredo, NAT-PT etc.
  • Configuring and testing Mobile IPv6
  • Examining QoS and IPv6
  • Network monitoring of IPv6
  • Upgrading and configuring IPv6 DNS servers
  • Configuring IPv6 applications and services

The Lecturers

All our lecturers are practising network consultants with extensive experience of IPv6 and JunOS in large commercial environments. They are ideally suited to bringing you an up to date analysis of the status of IPv6.

Erion is the world's leading IPv6 training company.