IPv6, the next
generation protocol.

The exhaustion of the IPv4 pool was already foreseen in the 1990s. Next to the large number of addresses IPv6 provides multiple features over IPv4.

More

about IPv6.

The exhaustion of the IPv4 pool was already foreseen in the 1990s.

With the rapid growth of the Internet after commercialization in the 1990s, it became evident that far more addresses than the IPv4 address space has available were necessary to connect new devices in the future. By 1998, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) had formalized the successor protocol. IPv6 uses a 128-bit address, theoretically allowing 2128 or approximately 3.4×1038 addresses.

Next to the large number of addresses IPv6 provides multiple features over IPv4. NAT is no longer required, IPv6 performs MTU path detection and allows for easier routing on internal networks.

Types
of storage.

All devices connected to the internet require a IP address. The current protocol, IPv4, is 32-bits long and provides about 3.5 billion of available addresses. Due to the growth of the internet the available IPv4 addresses have been exhausted.

IPv6 is the next generation IP protocol. It has been designed to accommodate the growth of the internet for the foreseeable future. IPv6 addresses are 128-bits long which is approximately 3.4×1038 addresses.

IPv6 eliminates the need for translation techniques like NAT which improves the flow of packets. With a lot of connections and traffic flowing NAT causes issues. By eliminating the need for NAT the user experience is enhanced.

We can
train you.

IPv6 training

All training sessions require at least 3 attendees with a maximum of 8. Two full days with mix of theory and LAB exercises. In-house training receives a 250,- discount.

Basic IPv6 Training

1500,- /attendee

  • 2 Days
  • Location included
  • Lunch included
Get in touch

Interested?
Let’s get in touch.

Get

in touch.

ConsultancyTrainingSupport
Privacy Preferences

When you visit our website, it may store information through your browser from specific services, usually in the form of cookies. Here you can change your Privacy Preferences. It is worth noting that blocking some types of cookies may impact your experience on our website and the services we are able to offer.

Click to enable/disable Google Analytics tracking code.
Click to enable/disable Google Fonts.
Our website uses cookies, mainly from 3rd party services. Define your Privacy Preferences and/or agree to our use of cookies.
made with by