The Basic IPv6 Training Course is a one-day course that tackles what IPv6 is and why it's needed in today’s networks. It also includes basic information on how to plan your deployment and addressing plans.
You should attend this training course if you are part of the staff of a Local Internet Registry (LIR) and if you:
It is assumed you are familiar with common IP terminology and have practical knowledge of running an IP network.
IPv6 Address Basics
Exercise: Making Assignments
IPv6 Protocol Basics
Exercise: Addressing Plan
Exercise: Configuring IPv6
Real Life IPv6 Deployment
The course doesn't cover:
Explain what IPv6 is and its format
Identify the different types of IPv6 Addresses
Learn about obtaining an IPv6 allocation, address space types, and registering them in the RIPE Database
Explain the IPv6 protocol functions with focus on the Neighbor Discovery Protocol and address auto-configuration
Understand how best to plan an IPv6 deployment
The latest version of the training material is available here.