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IPv6 uses hexadecimal for addressing. Since IPv6 addresses are 128 bits long, this can make for a lot to type. In this video, Doug Bassett explains the shorthand notation for IPv6.
This is an example of the real-world, online HD certification training done at StormWind.com.
Students are slamming the Cisco Mentor Team at stormwind.com lately concerned IPv6. It is no surprise really! This topic is making its way into more and more Cisco courses here at stormwind.com, and there is the fact that more and more companies are starting to lean more on these important technologies.
How can you fully master these technologies at this point? Well, here are two paths depending on what your primary concern is:
Here in Part 2, Anthony details what you need to know about IPv6 address representation. There are valuable shortcuts for presenting and using these addresses.
In this first video in the series, Anthony Sequeira of StormWindLive.tv teaches students why the move to IPv6 is so important.
This video blog examines an important aspect of the IPv6 Link-Local address.
In this video blog, we examine the link-local IPv6 address and it function and implementation on Cisco devices.