Chapter 07 Implementing IP Addressing Services-pgb.ppt

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Implementing IP Addressing Services Accessing the WAN – Chapter 7

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ObjectivesConfiguring DHCP in an enterprise branch network Configuring NAT on a Cisco router Configure new generation RIP (RIPng) to use IPv6

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BOOTP and DHCP Differences

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Using DHCP Relay when server and client are not on the same segment

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Benefits of using private and public IP addressing

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NAT OVERLOADhttp://www.firewall.cx/nat-overload-part1.php

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Configuring port forwarding

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Verifying and troubleshoot NAT and NAT overload configurations

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Configure New Generation RIP (RIPng) to use IPv6 Based on figures as recent as January 2007, about 2.4 billion of the available IPv4 addresses are already assigned to end users or ISPs. That leaves roughly 1.3 billion addresses still available from the IPv4 address space. Despite this seemingly large number, IPv4 address space is running out.

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Shrinking IP Address Space

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Where Are the IP Addresses Going?Population growth Mobile users Transportation Consumer electronics

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IPv4 and IPv6 Addresses

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