CCNA1 ITN Module 12 - IPv6 Addressing

Date Subject Lesson Plan
     
02/01/22 CCNA1

Link: Module 12 Reading Organizer

Link: Lab credit reminder

Start Module 12 - IPv6 Addressing

Start Module 12, Section 0 - Introduction

Read: 12.0.1 Why should I take this module?

Read: 12.0.2 What will I learn in this module?

Start Module 12, Section 1 - IPv4 Issues

Read: 12.1.1 Need for IPv6

Read: 12.1.2 IPv4 and IPv6 Coexistence

Activity: 12.1.3 Check Your Understanding - IPv4 Issues

Assignment: Module 12 Study Guide 1-8

  A+

Read: 6.1.2.2 Network Design

Read: 6.1.2.3 Selecting a NIC

Read: 6.1.2.4 Installing and Updating a NIC

Read: 6.1.2.5 Configure a NIC

Read: 6.1.2.6 ICMP

Lab: 6.1.2.7 Configure a NIC to Use DHCP in Windows (30 min)

02/02/22 CCNA1

Video: What is Bitcoin? (1:28)

Start Module 12, Section 2 - IPv6 Representation (Certification Guide, Vol 1, pgs. 522-536)

Video: Professor Messer: IPv6 Addressing (13:18)

Read: 12.2.1 IPv6 Addressing Formats

Read: 12.2.2 Rule 1 – Omit Leading Zeros

Read: 12.2.3 Rule 2- Double Colon

Activity: 12.2.4 Check Your Understanding - IPv6 Address Representation

Assignment: Module 12 Study Guide 9-18

Start Module 12, Section 3 - IPv6 Address Types

Read: 12.3.1 Unicast, Multicast, Anycast

Read: 12.3.2 IPv6 Prefix Length

Read: 12.3.3 Types of IPv6 Unicast Addresses

Read: 12.3.4 A Note About the Unique Local Address

Read: 12.3.5 IPv6 GUA

Read: 12.3.6 IPv6 GUA Structure

Read: 12.3.7 IPv6 LLA

Activity: 12.3.8 Check Your Understanding - IPv6 Address Types

Assignment: Module 12 Study Guide 19-35

  A+

Video Explanation: 6.1.3.1 Configure a Wired and Wireless Network (9:11)

Read: 6.1.3.2 Connecting Wired Devices to the Internet

Read: 6.1.3.3 Logging in to the Router

Read: 6.1.3.4 Basic Network Setup

Read: 6.1.3.5 Basic Wireless Settings

Read: 6.1.3.6 Configure a Wireless Mesh Network

02/07/22 CCNA1

Binders must be turned in by Friday! Put binders on table in back of class for grading please.

Start Module 12, Section 4 - GUA and LLA Static Configuration

Read: 12.4.1 Static GUA Configuration on a Router

Read: 12.4.2 Static GUA Configuration on a Windows Host

Read: 12.4.3 Static Configuration of a Link-Local Unicast Address

Syntax Checker: 12.4.4 GUA and LLA Static Configuration

Start Module 12, Section 5 - Dynamic Addressing for IPv6 GUAs

Link: Well known IPv6 Multicast Addresses

Read: 12.5.1 RS and RA Messages

Read: 12.5.2 Method 1: SLAAC

Read: 12.5.3 Method 2: SLAAC and Stateless DHCPv6

Read: 12.5.4 Method 3: Stateful DHCPv6

Read: 12.5.5 EUI-64 Process vs. Randomly Generated

Read: 12.5.6 EUI-64 Process

Read: 12.5.7 Randomly Generated Interface IDs

Activity: 12.5.8 Check Your Understanding - Dynamic Addressing for IPv6 GUAs

Assignment: Module 12 Study Guide 36-47

  A+

Read: 6.1.3.7 NAT for IPv4

Read: 6.1.3.8 Quality of Service

PT: 6.1.3.9 Connect to a Wireless Network

02/08/22 CCNA1

Event: Bring your parent to school day

Video: danscourses: IPv6 Basics for Beginners (27:58)

Link: Cyberthreat Real-Time Map

Start Module 12, Section 6 - Dynamic Addressing for IPv6 LLAs

Video: Rick Graziani: LLA Review (7:16)

Read: 12.6.1 Dynamic LLAs

Read: 12.6.2 Dynamic LLAs on Windows

Read: 12.6.3 Dynamic LLAs on Cisco Routers

Read: 12.6.4 Verify IPv6 Address Configuration

Syntax Checker: 12.6.5 Verify IPv6 Address Configuration

PT: 12.6.6 Configure IPv6 Addressing (30 min)

Assignment: Module 12 Study Guide 48-51

  A+

Lab: 6.1.3.10 Configure a Wireless Network (Start)
Instructions:

IP Address: 192.168.1.1
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Router Name: Your first name

DHCP Server Settings:
Start IP Address: 192.168.1.50
Maximum number of users: 20

Default Router Access:
User: (blank) Password: admin OR admin/admin

Assigned SSID:
Your last name

Note: Make sure PC and router are in the same subnet, or PC is configured for DHCP. Connect PC to a switchport, not the Internet port. Configure the router using a straight-through cable before testing wireless functionality. You will have to connect to the router a second time through the browser using the new assigned IP address.

02/09/22 CCNA1

Military Career Day 9:30-10:45
Video: Today's Military

Start Module 12, Section 7 - IPv6 Multicast Adresses

Read: 12.7.1 Assigned IPv6 Multicast Addresses

Read: 12.7.2 Well-Known IPv6 Multicast Addresses

Read: 12.7.3 Solicited-Node IPv6 Multicast Addresses
Video: Keith Barker: Solicited Nodes Multicast Group in IPv6 (7:35)

Lab: 12.7.4 Identify IPv6 Addresses (30 min - lecture side lab)

Assignment: Module 12 Study Guide 52-57

  A+

Video Explanation: 6.1.4.1 Firewall Settings (9:08)

Read: 6.1.4.2 UPnP

Read: 6.1.4.3 DMZ

Read: 6.1.4.4 Port Forwarding

Read: 6.1.4.5 MAC Address Filtering

Read: 6.1.4.6 Whitelisting and Blacklisting

PT: 6.1.4.7 Configure Firewall Settings

Lab: 6.1.3.10 Configure a Wireless Network (Finish)

02/10/22 CCNA1

Start Module 12, Section 8 - Subnet an IPv6 Network
Video: Rick Graziani: Basics of IPv6 Subnetting (7:36)

Read: 12.8.1 Subnet Using the Subnet ID

Read: 12.8.2 IPv6 Subnetting Example

Read: 12.8.3 IPv6 Subnet Allocation

Read: 12.8.4 Router Configured with IPv6 Subnets

Activity: 12.8.5 Check Your Understanding - Subnet an IPv6 Network

Assignment: Module 12 Study Guide 58 (end)

  A+

Lab: 6.1.4.8 Configure Firewall Settings (30 min)

Remember to set host to DHCP or a static address within the subnetwork.

Instructor provided information for lab:

Router IP: IP Address: 192.168.50.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Router Name: Your last name
DHCP start: 192.168.50.100
Max users: 50
Router username/password: admin/cisco123
SSID: Your first name

Note: Make sure PC and router are in the same subnet, or PC is configured for DHCP. Connect PC to a switchport, not the Internet port.

Configure the router using a straight-through cable before testing wireless functionality. You will have to reconnect to the router a second time through the browser using the new assigned IP address.

02/11/22 CCNA1

Start Module 12, Section 9 - Module Practice and Quiz

PT: 12.9.1 Implement a Subnetted IPv6 Addressing Scheme (45 minutes)

  A+

Read: 6.1.5.1 Internet of Things
Video: How Internet of Things - IoT & Cyber Physical Systems (10:05)

Read: 6.1.5.2 IoT Devices in Packet Tracer

PT: 6.1.5.3 Control IoT Devices (30 min)
*** NOTE: Use the "IOT Monitor" (located in the desktop tab) instead of the web browser. Admin/admin won't work on the web browser.

02/14/22 CCNA1

Lab: 12.9.2 Configure IPv6 Addresses on Network Devices (90 minutes)

Use your notes!!

All of the labs are your opportunity to demonstrate what you've learned. If you struggle with a lab, it's because you are missing knowledge that you were suppose to have acquired by this point. You may need more practice. If you need practice, use packet tracer at home until you develop the skills and ability to perform these labs with ease.

  A+

Read: 6.2.1.1 The Six Steps of the Troubleshooting Process

Read: 6.2.1.2 Identify the Problem

Read: 6.2.1.3 Establish a Theory of Probable Cause

Read: 6.2.1.4 Test the Theory to Determine the Cause

Read: 6.2.1.5 Establish a Plan of Action to Resolve the Problem and Implement the Solution

Read: 6.2.1.6 Verify Full Functionality and, If Applicable, Implement Preventive Measures

Read: 6.2.1.7 Document Findings, Actions, and Outcomes

Activity: 6.2.1.8 Check Your Undrstanding - Network Troubleshooting Process

02/15/22 CCNA1

Video: Danscourses: IPv6 Review (27:58)
Video: Joe James: IPv6 Tutorial Part 1 (16:21)
Video: Joe James: IPv6 Addressing and Subnetting Part 2 (6:48)

Read: 12.9.3 What did I learn in this module?

Activity: 12.9.4 Module Quiz - IPv6 Addressing

Study: Chapter 12

  A+

Read/Study: 6.2.2.1 Common Problems and Solutions for Networking

Read/Study: 6.2.2.2 Advanced Problems and Solutions for Network Connections

Read/Study: 6.2.2.3 Advanced Problems and Solutions for FTP and Secure Internet Connections

Read/Study: 6.2.2.4 Advanced Problems and Solutions Using Network Tools

Lab: 6.2.2.5 Troubleshoot Network Problems (Skip lab)

Read: 6.3.1.1 Chapter 6 Summary

Activity: ITE Chapter 6 Quiz

Review: Online Quiz: Chapter 6

Study: Chapter 6 Test

02/16/22 CCNA1

Link: List of default router settings

Review: Chapter 12
Video: Jason Johnson: Module 12 Review (26:38)

Test: Chapter 12 (8:15)

  A+

Review: Chapter 6
Video: Jason Johnson: Module 6 Review (18:54)

Test: Chapter 6: Advanced Networking (9:15)

02/17/22 CCNA1

Start Chapter 13

  Resources

Activity: Resource Website: www.howsecureismypassword.net

Video: YouTube: Student video password reset 1941 & 2960

Review: Chapter 11 v6.0 PowerPoint
Review Video: Cisco Netacad Routing and Switching v6.0 - Chapter 11 Part 1 (39:30)
Review Video: Cisco Netacad Routing and Switching v6.0 - Chapter 11 Part 2 (16:39)

I introduced you to a great method you can use to subnet. If you didn't take notes or practice the skill then you missed the opportunity to learn how easy it is to subnet. Subnetting is an essential skill for networking. No one can force anyone to learn - there has to be a desire to learn.

If you missed my "magic number" method to subnet, you might want to learn another method. Watch videos as many times as you need to learn it. Practice, practice, practice. The method isn't important, just the correct answers are important.

If you need a subnet refresher, this is a quick lesson: subnet.review
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