Being able to successfully plan for an IPv4 addressing deployment is a key skill of the modern network designer. Planning for IPv6 addressing deployment is also a very important skill, especially considering that IPv6 may still be very new and possibly not well understood by many of those on your team. In this course, you'll first review the five main areas of enterprise network design. You'll then move on to learn how to plan IPv4 and IPv6 addressing structures for an enterprise network in a manner that helps to avoid issues and allows your enterprise to scale to meet demands. This course can be used in preparation for the 300-420: Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD) certification exam.
- Recognize the areas of enterprise network design
- Avoid issues in network addressing by planning
- Define an addressing standards plan for subnets
- Implement a plan for IP address allocations
- Describe the different IPv6 addressing types for an enterprise network
- Plan an IPv6 subnet structure for an enterprise network
- Work with Unique Local Addressing on an IPv6 network