Don R. Crawley
IPv6 is coming. For some, it's already here. Virtually all modern operating systems now support IPv6 and, in many cases, it's enabled by default. Although most people expect the transition period to last for some time, it is important for today's IT professionals to begin to understand this new protocol, experiment with it in test environments, and prepare for its eventual deployment.
In this two-day professional-level seminar, you'll learn about the different types of IPv6 addresses, how it differs from the existing Internet Protocol (IPv4), migration options, IPv6 routing protocols, and IPv6 security concerns. $1195 per person with discounts for early registration and groups