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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

Tags: ITS-200 series IPv6 Training System, ITS200, ITS 200, KandH Indonesia, Sole Agent KandH

 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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