MTCIPv6 – Houston, TX – Feb 8 – 9, 2024






Your safety is important to us and we are working hard to make our classes a safe environment. We are only working with venues who are also working hard to make the venue a safe environment. We provide masks and hand sanitizer in the classroom, although, use of the mask while in the classroom is optional.  All of the horizontal surfaces and equipment is sterilized each night after class. Class sizes are being kept small so that everyone can have sufficient space. UVC Germicidal lamps are used each night to help sterilize the classroom space.

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MikroTik Certified IPv6 Engineer

Course Prerequisites:

MTCNA is the only cert required to be able to take the class, however, a strong understanding of the routing protocols and VPNs will be benificial.  By the end of this training session, the student will be familiar with the IPv6 protocol and be capable to implementing IPv6 on your network.

2 Day Class





What you will learn with MTCIPv6:

  • IPv6 address
  • Differences between IPv4 and IPv6
  • Address distribution
  • Address notation
  • SLAAC IPv6 address creation (EUI-64)
  • Subnetting
  • Address types
    • Link-local
    • Global
    • Multicast
    • Anycast
    • Unique local
    • Special addresses
    • Reserved IPv6 addresses
  • Address configuration
    • Auto-configuration
    • Stateless – SLAAC, DHCPv6
    • Stateful – DHCPv6
  • • Neighbor discovery protocol
  • • IPv6 routing basics
    • IPv6 prefixes
    • IPv6 Packet
    • IPv6 header
    • Header field description
    • Next header (daisy chaining)
    • Fragmentation
    • Path MTU discovery
  • IPv6 Security
    • ICMPv6
    • Neighbor discovery protocol
    • Router solicitation
    • Router advertisement
    • Neighbor solicitation
    • Duplicate address detection
    • Neighbor unreachability detection
    • Neighbor advertisement
    • ‘Managed address configuration’ flag
    • ‘Other configuration’ flag
    • Redirects
    • MLD (Multicast Listener Discovery)
    • Temporary addresses
    • Firewalls
    • IPsec
  • Transition Mechanisms
    • Dual stack (RIPE recommended)
    • 6to4
    • 6RD
    • Teredo
    • DS-lite (Dual stack lite)

For a complete look at the MTCSE course outline visit Mikrotik’s website.




Class will begin each day at 9am and run to approximately 5pm. Some days will run over. We will be done on Thursday by 5pm.

What every student needs to bring to class:

  • A laptop with a working Ethernet port that can use Winbox
  • 1 Ethernet Cable


Cost & Refund Policy:

All sales are final, refunds will not be issued unless a class has to be canceled. However, if there is a legitimate reason a student cannot attend a class of a given date, they will receive a voucher for another class of equal value.