Due to project growth of internet-connected devices The University has made the decision to move to IPv6 addressing. You have been given opportunity to lead this project.
As IPv6 has not deployed before, University would like to get an understanding of how IPv6 works in LAN environment. You are expected do a presentation (max 15 minutes) on how to end device will get IPv6 addresses (illustrate different options available & type of frame exchanges)
After your presentation, University agrees to give you an opportunity to trial IPv6 deployment in a lab environment. Network to be deployed in dual stack mode with IPv4 private space to allow connectivity to legacy systems. Your task will be to build the following;
1) Deploy a network topology consisting of at least 3 routers, see reference design in network diagram document.
2) Configure at least 2 user access network (one as a DMZ, and one as a user access network)
3) You will be require to use any private IPv4 scheme for internal host and host should be able to access the internet via LTU network (PAT to configure at POD router)
4) Host at least one webserver in a DMZ network listening on both IPv6 and IPv4 (use NAT if required). These should be accessible from outside of your POD
5) Use dynamic routing protocol (for both IPv4 & IPv6) between POD routers. Justify your protocol selection. (We will allocate the right protocol to use depending on your session)
6) Use a default route to send internet traffic to LTU network from POD IR01.
7) Addressing allocation per pod
a. IPv6 (point to point link with LTU-DR01) 2400:13c0:253:190+2*YY::/64 (YY is your POD number)
b. IPv6 public range delegation (4x ::/64 will be allocated per POD).
c. IPv4 (point to point link with LTU-DR01) will be in the range of 126.96.36.199/28 (each POD will get /31 IP as shown below)
d. IPv4 192.168.[Y0-Y9].0/24 private address range allocated to each POD for any legacy IPv4 requirements (Y is your POD number, these will not be routed though the La Trobe network except internet bound traffic)
e. Below is a network diagram at should summarize all addressing used and basic network topology required within a POD
8) Security; ensure that no inbound connections can be made to host inside your pod.
9) Connectivity; ensure that outbound connectivity on both IPv4 and IPv6 works externally.
10) All end host will use automatic host IP configuration (DHCP,RA)