What’s the most economic and hassle free method to expand your knowledge base? Any guesses? Well, it has to be a free online seminar or webinar conducted by industry experts! Koenig Solutions brings yet another technical webinar for those who just can’t get enough of the all prevalent technology revolution. IPv6 is the area under discussion for this webinar to be held on 21 December 2012 at 10.30 AM GMT.
Registration for the IPv6 webinar is now open and free for all those interested in this topic of discussion. Audience can attend the webinar from anywhere in the world using a high speed internet connection. You can get yourself registered for free by clicking here.
IPv6 is an internet protocol created by IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) to replace IPv4 in order to meet the growing demand of more and more IP addresses in future. Although IPv6 is not backward compatible with IPv4, the primary goal of its transition strategy is the smooth migration from an IPv4 network to a network that supports IPv6 as well as IPv4. Such a transition is essential to gradually make all nodes and applications IPv6 enabled.
The presenter will primarily discuss the elements and scope of IPv6 internet protocol. Audience will be introduced to key features of IPv6 which will help them identify how IPv6 solves several problems and shortcomings of IPv4. The online session will also be interactive with the presenter handling participant queries also. Such a feature will make the session more meaningful and helpful for the audience.
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The IPv6 webinar will be presided over by Mr Akshay Kumar who is a Senior Corporate Trainer at Koenig Solutions. He is a certified CCNA, CCNP and CCIE professional having profound knowledge on routing as well as switching. With over 6 years of IT experience, he has conducted trainings for various corporate clients of Koenig.
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So what are you waiting for? There’s no better way to increase your knowledge than this! Don’t miss the golden chance to gain unparalleled insights of a subject matter expert on IPv6.