[afripv6-discuss] IPv6 Training Lab Ideas
briceabba at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 22 17:14:17 SAST 2012
this is a very good initiative
sent from my iPad 2
Le Feb 21, 2012 à 23:55, "Mark van Wyk" <mark at foxbomb.com> a écrit :
> Hi guys,
> We're completed our first 2 IPv6 courses, and trained up 20 delegates, and I have another class of 9 night as we speak. Really glad the training is going so well.
> We have 4 baby cisco switches / routers that we use for the labs. We have a couple of pretty cool exercises (labs) that we've put together for the delegates to get stuck into.
> 1. Basic Router Configuration (Console Cable)
> 2. Basic Host Configuration (IPv4)
> 3. Basic Host Configuration (IPv6)
> 4. Enabling IPv6 on the Router.
> 5. Basic Ipv6 Routing
> 6. More Complex Routing and Route Aggregation.
> 7. OSPF v6
> 8. Inter-Area Routing with OSPF
> 9. Creating IPv6 tunnels over IPv4 networks.
> So far so good. However, we've had a couple of requests:
> 1. Use Wireshark to watch/snoop IPv6 packets (we use hubs for this).
> 2. Multicasting Demonstration.
> 3. Allow the delegates to connect to the IPv6 Internet.
> Interestingly enough, all 3 are rather challenging.
> Wireshark (Mac 1.6)
> I switched on Wireshark, and sent some IPv6 packets from our one wireless hosts link local to the other. Wireshark picks up the activity, but doesn't seem to recognise them as IPv6 packets. Maybe I'm just being silly. Any ideas?
> Apparently VLC player supports both streaming to the network and playing off the network in both IPv4 and IPv6, however, as soon as I try to play the stream, it fails. I chose a multicast address of FF15::1 (I chose FF for Multicast, 1 for flags to signal transient / no RSVP, 5 for site local scope, and ::1 for a group id. I get a "no route to host" from VLC. Any ideas appreciated.
> Allow the Delegates to Connect to the IPv6 Internet
> Also tricky, was thinking of using Miredo (Teredo for Mac) over my iPhone, and then somehow sharing that with a router? Um, this is going to be tricky... Wonder if I can get a /56. Ideas still appreciated.
> Practical IPv6 is a lot harder than theoretical IPv6 LOL :)
> Mark van Wyk
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