The self-paced training includes 7 hours of video on demand, quizzes and 4 hands-on labs (Equipment to perform labs is not included).
NetMasterClass now offers IPv6 training in a Video on Demand format. IPv6 is the second in a series of VODs that will comprise the CCIE Class-on-Demand.
This self-paced Lesson Module provides a set of three complementary learning resources:
The centerpiece of this Lesson Module is the IPv6 video on demand instruction. The following split screen format of each Video on Demand module provides the powerful learning experience of looking over a CCIE's shoulder while he both configures and explains the operation of IPv6:
Not only will the subject of working with IPv6 be covered in these video on demand modules, the "issue spotting/options analysis" problem solving approach will be presented and applied as well. Adopting this problem approach is useful for solving minimally described CCIE level problems. Once this problem solving approach is adopted and internalized, a student will be able to formulate an "opening moves" strategy for any and all IPv6 configuration and troubleshooting tasks that may be encountered.
In the context of the Cisco 360 Three Phase CCIE Lab Preparation Roadmap, this IPv6 Lesson Module is recommended to be used during Phase Two of this Roadmap
You will download all content for this Lesson Module on your own computer. Therefore, you will be able to view and access the content without being connected to the Internet. Also, it must be noted that you will need to also download the LockLizard DRM viewer in order to access the content of this Lesson Module.
Seven Hours of Video on Demand modules divided into four blocks Each VoD is approximately 15-30 minutes in length. For each block, a set of supporting "Spot the Issues" Soft Assessment Quizzes are provided. Four Hands-on Technology Focused Practice Labs dedicated to the subject of the IPv6 is covered in this Lesson Module.
This self-paced Lesson Module is for technical professionals who need to master CCIE level problems involving IPv6 that involve:
Upon completion of this self-paced Lesson Module, you should be able to formulate well defined mental simulations to perform the following IPv6 tasks with the customary minimally described parameters commonly found in CCIE Level tasks. Upon completing these lessons, you will be able to:
Following are the prerequisites for using this Lesson ModuleA CCNP level of understanding IPv6 as well as:
To view the contents of this Lesson Module, download the LockLizard DRM viewer to be able to view the VoD modules.
To locate Cisco courses that cover the listed prerequisites, go to the Cisco Training & Events web page found here
The VoD's in this Lesson Module cover the following topics
BLOCK-1: IPv6 Subnet Connectivity
BLOCK-2: IPv6 IGPs and BGP
BLOCK-3: IPv6 and IPv4 Transition Techniques
BLOCK-4: IPv6 Multicast, QoS, and NAT-PT
An absolutely mandatory activity for any CCIE level learning activity is performing hands-on practice. This Lesson Module contains four hands-on labs focused on the IPv6 topics covered in the enclosed VOD’s. Each of these four hands-on technology focused scenarios consists of:
The following minimal topology is required to perform the IPv6 Lesson Module's hands-on technology focused labs.
Of these three learning elements, the primary one is the Video-on-Demand module. There are 23 video on demand modules in the IPv6 Class-on-Demand product. Each of these video on demand modules has an average length of 15 minutes. When you total up all of the time to watch all 23 IPv6 Video on Demand modules, it amounts to over seven hours of video content. Not only do you listen to the content, but you also see how to configure, verify and troubleshoot IPv6 technologies using the Cisco IOS.
Once a student has listened to all of the video-on-demand modules for a given block, he/she can perform an on-line "Spot the Issues" quiz to provide a preliminary assessment of his/her level of competence of the topics covered. These online quizzes are immediately graded. When a student gets a quiz question wrong, it links back to the relevant video-on-demand module. You can take the quizzes as many times as you would like and each time you will get a new list questions from the database and the answers would be shuffled to insure that you have mastered the concept, not just memorized the question and answer.
To learn more please Visit Cisco Learning Network portal: Lesson IPv6