Cisco TSHOOT 2.0: Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing and Routing
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
When troubleshooting IP addressing and routing issues, you might need to determine a client’s IPv4, IPv6, and MAC addresses. The method of obtaining this addressing varies with operating system.
There are a number of ways in which to assign IP addresses to devices throughout the network as well as numerous ways to verify an address depending on issue at hand.
This course describes the ways in which to assign IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to various hosts as well as how to troubleshoot the various IP address assignment methods. Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 basic routing is also covered.
Professionals who work in complex network environments desiring the skills they need to maintain their networks and to diagnose and resolve network problems quickly and effectively. The TSHOOT learning path will provide information about troubleshooting and maintaining particular technologies, as well as procedural and organizational aspects of the troubleshooting and maintenance process. A large part of the training will consist of practicing these skills and reinforcing the concepts by putting them to use in a controlled environment. At the end of the learning path, you should have increased your skill level and developed a set of best practices that are based on your own experience that you can take back to your organization.
Verifying Client Addressing
Verifying Router Addressing
Validating Two Hosts are in the Same Subnet
Troubleshooting Static and Dynamic Address Assignment
Address Assignment Issues: Static IPv4
Address Assignment Issues: DHCPv4 I
Address Assignment Issues: DHCPv4 II
Address Assignment Issues: Static IPv6
Address Assignment Issues: SLAAC (IPv6)
Address Assignment Issues: Stateless DHCPv6
Address Assignment Issues: Stateful DHCPv6
Using ping and traceroute
ping Echo-reply Interpretation
Verification Commands for IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing
IPv4 Static Routing Issues
Proxy ARP and Administrative Distance
IPv6 Static Routing Issues
Multiple Routing Sources