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ITS-200 series IPv6 Training System

ITS-201 (host: client)

Exp.  1 : ITS-201 brief introduction

Exp.  2 : Cisco 1905 router brief introduction

Exp.  3 : IPv6 Header

Exp.  4 : IPv6 Extension Header

Exp.  5 : IPv6 Addressing

Exp.  6 : DHCPv6

Exp.  7 : ICMPv6 – Error Messages

Exp.  8 : ICMPv6 – Information Messages

Exp.  9 : Neighbor Discovery

Exp.10 : IPv6 Transition

Exp.11 : IPv6 Gateway and Route

 

 

 

ITS-202 (host: server)

 

Exp.  1 : Observe IPv6 HTTP Packet

Exp.  2 : Observe IPv6 DHCP Packet

Exp.  3 : Observe IPv6 DNS Packet

Exp.  4 : Observe IPv6 FTP Packet

Exp.  5 : Observe IPv6 Mail Packet

 

 

 

ITS-203 (router)

 

Exp.   1 : Connected route

Exp.   2 : Configuring Routing Entries

Exp.   3 : Recursive Static Routes

Exp.   4 : Default Route

Exp.   5 : Configuring Traffic Discard

Exp.   6 : Floating Static Route

Exp.   7 : Router Advertisement

Exp.   8 : Routing Table

Exp.   9 : Bellman-Ford Algorithm 

Exp. 10 : Limitations of RIPng

Exp. 11 : Convergence Time of RIPng

Exp. 12 : Route Poisoning of RIPng

Exp. 13 : Packet Processing of RIPng

Exp. 14 : Area Range of OSPFv3

Exp. 15 : Non-Backbone Area and Virtual-Link of OSPFv3

Exp. 16 : External Route of OSPFv3

Exp. 17 : DR/BDR Election and Fast Convergence in OSPFv3

Exp. 18 : Router-LSA and Network-LSA

Exp. 19 : Inter-Area-Prefix-LSA

Exp. 20 : Inter-Area-Router-LSA / AS-External-LSA / Link-LSA / Intra-Area-Prefix-LSA

Category: Data Communication & Networking

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 Explosive growth in network device diversity and mobile communications, along with global adoption of networking technologies, have overwhelmed IPv4 and have driven the development of a next-generation Internet Protocol (IPv6).

     In addition to providing more address space, IPv6 not only increases routing efficiency and network-layer security (built-in the IPSec encryption mechanism) but also creates new ways of addressing and more advanced QoS mechanisms, as the protocol develops.

     The design purpose of ITS-200 series is to provide learners with a clear and comprehensive understanding of the protocol and operating behavior of the IPv6 specification. The complete system includes ITS-201(host:client) , ITS-202(host:server) and ITS-203(router). The interaction of these three devices can perform experiment as a group or stand alone.

ITS-201 (host: client)

1. IPv4 and IPv6 Dual-Stack system

2. Support Remote Packet Capture Service (RPCAP)

3. Using filterable TAP to complete load-balancing and port-bonding to avoid browsed packet loss.

4. Provide GUI software to send and browse IPv4 and IPv6 packet.

    IPv4 : ICMP, TCP, UDP

    IPv6 : Support ICMPv6, DHCPv6, Upper layer packet format and “Next Header” with Hop-by-Hop, Routing,

              Fragment, Destination…etc.  

5. Console and Port1~Port4 connect ports all support Auto-Negotiation.

6. Experiments cover OSI Model 2~7 layer.

 

 

 

ITS-202 (host: server)

 

1. ITS-202 (host : server), one of ITS-200 series, is designed by a series of internet service and web-based GUI interface.

2. ITS-202 can be configured as 2 types of server :

    A type offers IPv6 DHCP, IPv6 DNS and IPv6 web services.

    B type offers IPv6 FTP, IPv6 SMTP, IPv6 POP and IPv6 web  services.

3. In order to provide cross-platform design, ITS-202 can also be configured through Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla

    Firefox, Google Chrome and other browsers.

 

 

 

ITS-203 (router)

 

     ITS-203(router) , one of ITS-200 series , is designed by a series of network topology and user friendly GUI software. It supports static and dynamic routing protocols. ITS-203's dynamic routing protocol supports RIPng (Routing Information Protocol next generation)  and  OSPFv3 (Open Shortest Path First for IPv6). Both are Interior Gateway Protocol(IGP) .

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