[lpi-discuss] IPv6 in exam LPI ?
mark.miller at lpi.org
Wed Aug 17 18:07:42 EDT 2005
On Wed, 2005-08-17 at 23:37 +0200, Timo Dotzauer wrote:
> Hi @ll,
> > Level 1 (Junior Admin/18-month):
> > - Identify a IPv6 address
> > - Use "ifconfig" to disable an IPv6 address on an interface
> > (not merely take down the entire interface and IPv4 too)
> > Level 2 (Seasoned Admin/36-month):
> > - Identify LINKLOCAL IPv6 Address
> > - Identify Unicast and Multicast IPv6 address
> > - Identify Subnet ID in IPv6 address
> > - Use "ifconfig" assign a PRIVATE IPv6 address
> > - Use "route" to create a static IPv6 route to another IPv6
> > subnet
> I think that use of "route" for static routes is a Level 1 Item. So I a
> Level Admin should be able to configure dynamic route. So IPv6 was
> developed for huge networks and huge networks use dynamic routing.
> > - Configure "/etc/hosts" to support static IPv6 addresses
> The same - I think that is Level 1.
> > - Configure "dhcpd" sections to assign PRIVATE IPv6 addresses
> > - Configure "bind" zones to support IPv6 IN A/PTR records
> > - Troubleshoot IPv6 performance issues
> > - Troubleshoot IPv6 service issues
> Parallel to this discussion, I open a new discussion at the lpi-de list.
> I will report the feedback.
I like the breakdown in your analysis Timo. I encourage you (and others)
to take the discussions to your local networks of Linux supporters for
more viewpoints. I certainly do not want a single country to have the
only say in all of this.
This goes for any one of our objective topics. Please feel free to
discuss it in your private circles and report those discussions here.
Unlike many other IT certs, we want community input. This is after all
Remember, Linus says have fun!
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