Microsoft IPv6

Have you deployed or are you planning to deploy Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) on your Windows-based network? If you find it confusing, you’re definitely not alone! Get your questions answered on this must-know technology for IT Pros, and clear up the confusion, in this helpful and practical course. Learn how Microsoft supports IPv6 in the latest version of Windows, across its server products and in Office 365, with experts Ed Horley and Joe Davies, who literally wrote the books on IPv6.

Find out how it works and how to set it up. Go beyond the fundamentals, and dive into the technical and practical aspects of deployment and operations procedures for Windows clients and servers on an IPv6-based organization network. Explore GUI and command-line methods for configuration procedures, take a look at security, and address common questions and gotchas. Plus, see demos on assigning addresses, common troubleshooting situations, IPv6 connectivity, and lots more.

Course Outline:

  • The current state of IPv6
  • IPv6 support in Windows
  • IPv6 in Microsoft server and cloud products
  • Practical aspects of IPv6 for Microsoft shops
  • Using Windows Server as a DHCPv6 server
  • Using Windows Server as a DNS server
  • IPv6 and network security
Instructor Team
Ed Horley | Groupware Technology Practice Manager for Cloud Solutions and the Practice Lead for IPv6 | @ehorley

Ed Horley is Practice Manager for Cloud Solutions and the Practice Lead for IPv6 at Groupware Technology. He is the author of Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators from Apress and is a Pluralsight author. Ed is the current Co-Chair of the California IPv6 Task Force and speaks internationally on IPv6. Follow Ed Horley on his blog, where he covers interesting technical topics.

Joe Davies | Microsoft Senior Content Developer | @JoeDavi70700933

Joe Davies is a Senior Content Developer for Microsoft, specializing in Microsoft cloud infrastructure and Windows networking. He is the author of Understanding IPv6, Third Edition, from Microsoft Press. Check out his most recent work.

Live Event Details
March 29, 2016
9am–1pm PDT
What: Fast-paced live virtual session
Cost: Free
Audience: IT Pros and others involved in networking

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