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SEC0241 - FTD 6.1 IPv6 (Part 4)

The video walks you through configuration of IPv6 on Cisoc FTD 6.1. We begin with basic IPv6 interface configuration then progress into IPv6 routings covering static, BGPv3, and OSPFv3. BGPv6 will be used to establish internet routing, while accomplish internal routing with OSPFv3. Bidirectional redistribution will be configured to allow full network connectivity to internet.  
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SEC0241 - FTD 6.1 IPv6 (Part 3)

The video walks you through configuration of IPv6 on Cisoc FTD 6.1. We begin with basic IPv6 interface configuration then progress into IPv6 routings covering static, BGPv3, and OSPFv3. BGPv6 will be used to establish internet routing, while accomplish internal routing with OSPFv3. Bidirectional redistribution will be configured to allow full network connectivity to internet.  
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SEC0241 - FTD 6.1 IPv6 (Part 2)

The video walks you through configuration of IPv6 on Cisoc FTD 6.1. We begin with basic IPv6 interface configuration then progress into IPv6 routings covering static, BGPv3, and OSPFv3. BGPv6 will be used to establish internet routing, while accomplish internal routing with OSPFv3. Bidirectional redistribution will be configured to allow full network connectivity to internet.  
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SEC0241 - FTD 6.1 IPv6 (Part 1)

The video walks you through configuration of IPv6 on Cisoc FTD 6.1. We begin with basic IPv6 interface configuration then progress into IPv6 routings covering static, BGPv3, and OSPFv3. BGPv6 will be used to establish internet routing, while accomplish internal routing with OSPFv3. Bidirectional redistribution will be configured to allow full network connectivity to internet.  
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SP0025 - MPLS 6VPE (Part 2)

The video demonstrates an ability to support multiple IPv6 client networks across Cisco IPv4 MPLS VPN. We will show the similarity to the regular MPLS VPN and go over configurations changes that you need to make to the VRF definition and address-family type in order to support VPNv6 routes. For simplicity, we will use static routes for our PE-CE routing in this lab.

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SP0025 - MPLS 6VPE (Part 1)

The video demonstrates an ability to support multiple IPv6 client networks across Cisco IPv4 MPLS VPN. We will show the similarity to the regular MPLS VPN and go over configurations changes that you need to make to the VRF definition and address-family type in order to support VPNv6 routes. For simplicity, we will use static routes for our PE-CE routing in this lab.

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SP0024 - MPLS 6PE (Part 2)

The video demonstrates an ability to transport IPv6 traffic across a Cisco IPv4 MPLS network. Comparing to other IPv6 IP-based tunnelling technologies, you will see that 6PE is simpler to setup and understand as IPv6 route advertisement is natively supported by MPBGP and the solution is very similar to MPLS VPN. Our configuration will be concentrated on the PE routers as they are required to run dual-stack. The P router, however, requires no modification as you will see in this lab.

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SP0024 - MPLS 6PE (Part 1)

The video demonstrates an ability to transport IPv6 traffic across a Cisco IPv4 MPLS network. Comparing to other IPv6 IP-based tunnelling technologies, you will see that 6PE is simpler to setup and understand as IPv6 route advertisement is natively supported by MPBGP and the solution is very similar to MPLS VPN. Our configuration will be concentrated on the PE routers as they are required to run dual-stack. The P router, however, requires no modification as you will see in this lab.

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RS0056 - IPv6 ISATAP Tunnel (Part 2)

The video walks you through configuration of Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol (ISATAP) point-to-multipoint tunnel on Cisco router to transport IPv6 traffic over IPv4 network among multiple IPv6 sites. ISATAP tunnel work similarly to the IPv4-Compatible tunnel with the IPv4 tunnel destination embedded in the next-hop IP. Unlike other tunnelling technologies, ISATAP supports Router Advertisement over the tunnel allowing dual-stack hosts to connect directly to the default router. We will look at two ways of default router discovery: manual and DNS. Packet analysis on Wireshark will be performed to help us gain better understanding of the encapsulation and packet structure.

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RS0056 - IPv6 ISATAP Tunnel (Part 1)

The video walks you through configuration of Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol (ISATAP) point-to-multipoint tunnel on Cisco router to transport IPv6 traffic over IPv4 network among multiple IPv6 sites. ISATAP tunnel work similarly to the IPv4-Compatible tunnel with the IPv4 tunnel destination embedded in the next-hop IP. Unlike other tunnelling technologies, ISATAP supports Router Advertisement over the tunnel allowing dual-stack hosts to connect directly to the default router. We will look at two ways of default router discovery: manual and DNS. Packet analysis on Wireshark will be performed to help us gain better understanding of the encapsulation and packet structure.

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