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Configuring Network Services with IPv4 & IPv6 - Chapter Summary
View this chapter's lessons on configuring network services with IPv4 and IPv6 on any mobile device or computer. Study subnets, configuring IPv4 and more at your own pace. Because these lessons are available 24 hours a day, you can study whenever works best for you. Assistance from an expert is available through the dashboard if you come up with questions along the way. Once you complete this chapter, you should be ready to:
- Detail the structure, types and classes of IPv4 addresses
- Explain how subnets are used
- Provide an overview of how to configure IPv4 in Windows Server 2016
- Outline the processes for configuring IPv6 in Windows Server 2016
- Transition from IPv4 to IPv6
1. IPv4 Address: Structure, Classes and Types
In this lesson, you will learn the concepts of IPv4 Address and its structure. The IP address classes, as well as the fields associated with an IP packet, are also discussed in this lesson.
2. Using Subnets: Definition & Explanation
In this lesson, we'll take a look at subnets, what they are, what a subnet mask is, and how you would go about using subnets. At the end, you should have a solid understanding of this important network topic.
3. Configuring IPv4 in Windows Server 2016: Overview & Processes
In this lesson, you will learn about how IPv4 addressing works in Windows Server 2016. Additionally, we'll also be exploring public and private addressing, subnetting, supernetting as well as how addresses are distributed.
4. Configuring IPv6 in Windows Server 2016: Overview & Processes
This lesson explains how IPv6 addressing works. It defines public and private addressing, subnetting, and supernetting and also explains how addresses are assigned.
5. Transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6 in Windows Server 2016: Dual IP Stack & Tunnels
In this lesson, you will learn about transitioning from IPV4 to IPV6 in Windows Server. Also, you will learn about standardized steps and concepts involved in this transition like dual IP stack, tunneling, and its configuration.
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Other chapters within the Computer Science 322: Windows Server Configuration course
- Windows Server 2016 Installation & Configuration
- Configuring Storage & Replication in Windows Server 2016
- File & Share Access in Windows Server 2016
- Installing & Configuring Hyper-V in Windows Server 2016
- Creating & Managing Active Directory Users & Computers in Windows Server 2016
- Active Directory Groups & Organizational Units in Windows Server 2016
- DHCP & DNS Configuration & Deployment in Windows Server 2016
- Installing Windows Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server 2016
- Ensuring High Availability in Windows Server 2016 Installations
- Clustering in Windows Server 2016
- Windows Containers in Windows Server 2016
- Security Policies, Group Policies & User Account Control in Windows Server 2016
- Security Policies, Application Restrictions & Windows Firewall in Windows 2016
- Maintaining & Monitoring Windows Server 2016