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Module 8: IPv6

8.1 Explaining IPv6
8.1.1 Introducing IPv6
8.1.2 IPv6 Features
8.1.3 Large Address Space
8.2 IPv6 Addressing
8.2.1 IPv6 Addressing Architecture
8.2.2 Comparing IPv4 and IPv6 Headers
8.2.3 IPv6 Extension Headers
8.2.4 Defining Address Representation
8.2.5 IPv6 Address Types
8.2.6 IPv6 Global Unicast and Anycast Addresses
8.3 Dynamic IPv6 Addresses
8.3.1 Defining Host Interface Addresses
8.3.2 Link Local Address
8.3.3 Stateless Autoconfiguration
8.3.4 EUI-64 to IPv6 Identifier
8.3.5 IPv6 over Data Link Layers
8.3.6 IPv6 Multicasting
8.3.7 Permanent Multicast Addresses
8.3.8 Addresses That Are Not Unique
8.3.9 Anycast
8.3.10 IPv6 Mobility
8.4 IPv6 Routing
8.4.1 Describing IPv6 Routing
8.4.2 OSPFv3 and IPv6
8.4.3 Similarities Between OSPFv2 and OSPFv3
8.4.4 Differences Between OSPFv2 and OSPFv3
8.4.5 LSA Types for IPv6
8.4.6 Address Prefix and LSAs
8.5 Implementing and Verifying OSPFv3
8.5.1 Configuring OSPFv3 in IPv6
8.5.2 Enabling OSPFv3 on an Interface
8.5.3 Configuring OSPFv3 Routing Specifics
8.5.4 OSPFv3 Route Summarization
8.5.5 OSPFv3 Configuration Example
8.5.6 Verifying OSPFv3
8.5.7 Verifying OSPFv3 Neighbors
8.5.8 Verifying OSPFv3 Database
8.6 Using IPv6 and IPv4
8.6.1 IPv6 to IPv4 Transition Mechanism
8.6.2 Cisco IOS Dual Stack
8.6.3 Overlay Tunnels
8.6.4 Isolated Dual-Stack Host
8.6.5 Configuring Tunneling
8.6.6 Example of a Configured Tunnel
8.6.7 IPv6 to IPv4 Tunneling and Addresses
8.6.8 Translation of NAT-PT
8.7 IPv6 Lab Exercises
8.7.1 Lab 8-1 Configuring OSPF for IPv6
8.7.2 Lab 8-2 Using Manual IPv6 Tunnels
8.7.3 Lab 8-3 Configuring 6to4 Tunnels
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