Network Training - Course Details

ASCIOSIPv6RSP Advanced Services Cisco IOS XR IPv6 Routing for Service Providers

Network Training Course Description:
Describe the various integration technologies that can be employed in implementing IPv6 Describe the changes made to IPv4 routing protocols to support IPv6 Configure IPv6 routing protocols on Cisco IOS XR Software routers and verify operation Configure and verify operation of IPv6 multicast
Network Training Course Duration:
Network Training Course Target Audience:
Network operations center (NOC) engineers,Network and senior engineers,Support engineers
Network Training Course Prerequisite:
Students should have knowledge of the Cisco IOS XR Software configuration syntax to the extent covered in the Cisco CRS-1 Essentials or Cisco XR12000 Series Essentials course,Students attending this class should be able to establish, without assistance, a configuration for Open Shortest Path First Version 2 (OSPFv2), Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS), and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) with Routing Policy Language (RPL) policies as accomplished in the Cisco IOS XR IPv4 Routing course labs,Students must have a basic understanding of MPLS configuration and operation as covered in the Cisco CRS-1 Essentials or Cisco XR12000 Series Essentials course,Students must have a basic understanding of IPv6 concepts as covered in IPv6 Fundamentals (IPVSF)
Course Content:

    • IPv6 Foundations Review (Addressing, Packet Header)
    • IPv6 Operation (Router Advertisements, Neighbor Discovery) and Configuration
    • OSPFv3 Routing
    • IS-IS Routing for IPv6
    • MP-BGP Routing for IPv6
    • IPv6 Multicast
    • Other IPv6 Routing Protocols (EIGRP, RIPng)
    • IPv6 Provider Edge (6PE)
    • IPv6 VPN Provider Edge (6VPE)

  • Lab Outline

    • Enabling IPv6 on Cisco IOS XR Software and implementing static IPv6 routing
    • Implementing OSPFv3 routing
    • Implementing IS-IS routing for IPv6 integrated with existing IPv4
    • Implementing MP-BGP routing for IPv6 over existing IPv4 peerings and IPv6 peerings
    • Implementing IPv6 multicast using PIM with static rendezvous points, bootstrap routers, and embedded rendezvous points
    • Implementing 6PE on existing provider edge routers using route reflectors, and existing IPv4-signalled MPLS paths
    • Implementing 6VPE on IPv4-signalled MPLS L3 VPN baseline