IPv6 – Best practices in implementing IPv6 in business environments

advanced level / technicians

The introduction of IPv6 in business networks can be problematic, so before migration it is necessary to be aware of the current status of networked systems in the company. Training presents the method of assigning addresses, several eligible migratory and routing mechanisms and security policy settings. Moreover, the possibility of remote access over IPv6, and network management features of IPv6 in the enterprise are presented. The practical part consists of presentation of a  IPv6 production network.


  • Introduction to IPv6
  • Review of the current state of the company (network, network devices, applications)
  • Designing the IPv6 address scheme
  • The allocation of IPv6 addresses (SLAAC, DHCPv6, DNSv6)
  • Selection of appropriate migration mechanisms ("dual-stack", tunnels, address translation)
  • Selection of the appropriate routing techniques (static, routing protocols)
  • Security Policy
  • Enabling remote access over IPv6 (IPsec, SSL VPN)
  • IPv6 Network Management in the enterprise
  • Demo of IPv6 in a LTFE production network

Target group

  • R&D specialists
  • Network designers & integrators
  • Network/system administrators & operators
  • Professional services & consultants


After completing the course you will:

  • be able to provide an assessment of the current state of IPv6 network
  • be able to design the IPv6 address scheme for use in the enterprise
  • be familiar with the different migration mechanisms
  • be able to determine the appropriate routing and security policy
  • be familiar with IPv6 network management options
Status:Closing date exceeded
Duration:1 day
Tutor:Maj Vilfan, Mark Breznik, Simon Kastelic
Location: Fakulteta za elektrotehniko
Tržaška 25
1000 Ljubljana
Fees:430 + DDV
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Status: Closing date exceeded