For a long time, IPv4 has been readily available. Currently, this is no longer the case as only AFRINIC has an available but limited pool of IPv4 resources (~1.8 million).
To be future proof, we need to deploy IPv6. However, there will still be a coexistence between IPv4 and IPv6. We all can’t turn off IPv4 in one go, can we? Hence the need for IPv6 transition techniques.
This session will highlight the various IPv6 transition techniques, their use cases, advantages and disadvantages.
Upon completing this webinar, you will be able to:
Identify the correct transition technique to enable access to IPv4 and IPv6 Internet
Understand the required feature-sets for each of the transition techniques
Audit your network infrastructure for a selected transition technique
Prototype the implementation of a chosen transition technique