Capacity_Update


Certified IPv6 Training (SILVER)

Introduction

The UUM KTP IPv6 project entitled “IPv6 Human Capacity Development Program for Public Sectors In Malaysia” officially started on 1 September 2012 for a 24-month duration until 31 August 2014. The project team is led by Professor Dr Suhaidi Hassan and comprises of three other principal members, two graduate interns, one project officer and four UUM trainers.

The Ministry of Higher Education allocated a funding amount of RM 142,311.00 for this project under its Knowledge Transfer Program. The project is conducted with initial collaboration with the Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (SKMM).

Project Objectives

This project attempts to assist Malaysia public sectors in building their human capacity in IPv6 technology, specifically to produce 500 trained IPv6 professionals among public services ICT personnel, through local development of IPv6 training syllabus, learning material and certification program.

Our Report Card

Until the end of June 2014, we have trained 750 ICT staff from Malaysia’s Public Sectors workforce (Grade 17 to JUSA C), from more than 278 public agencies/departments/ministries and in more than 20 training session by our highly motivated ad patriotic 10 member of IPv6 team.

Outcomes & Opportunities

Local development of IPv6 training syllabus, learning material and certification program.

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Human capacity development in IPv6 technology for Malaysian public services ICT workforce

Enhancing Malaysia’s competitiveness in the global high-value Internet-based economy

Training cost effectiveness and savings of public (tax-payer’s) money

Challenges

To convince the government agencies of the need to be technically prepared for the transition to IPv6

To convince the public sectors about the credibility of local IHL and its instructors

To attract sufficient number of participants to attend training sessions at one time

To accommodate different ICT staff’s background in terms of skills and competencies in information technology

Course Outline

The Internet Protocol

Introduction to IP

Plug and Play

Introducing IPv6 Features

Address Space

IPv6 Technical Features

Quality of Service and Routing Efficiency

Mobility

Security

Differences between IPv4 and IPv6

IPv6 Address Architecture And Scheme

Notation of IPv6 addresses

IPv6 Addressing Schemes

Types of addresses

IPv6 subnetting

OS IPv6 Confoguration

Microsoft Windows

BSD

Linux

MacOS

IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP)

Autoconfiguration

Duplicate address detection

Address Resolution

Neighbour solicitation messages

Stateful autoconfiguration

Neighbour advertisement messages

Neighbour discovery procedures

Stateless autoconfiguration

Introduction To IPv6 Routing

Static Routing

Dynamic Routing

Introduction To IPv6 Routing

Dual-Stack

ISATAP

NAT64 & DNS64

Translation Mechanisms

TEREDO

Tunneling

NAT-PT

6RD

6to4