About Training Courses
- Local Internet Registry Training Course
- Basic IPv6 Training Course
- Routing Security Training Course
- RIPE Database Training Course
- DNSSEC Training Course
Find out how to register for these courses.
The "Local Internet Registry Training Course" is a one-day introduction to administrative procedures and policies related to obtaining and distributing Internet resources (i.e. IP addresses, AS numbers and reverse DNS delegation) and operating a Local Internet Registry (LIR).
The "Basic IPv6 Training Course" is a one-day course about the need for IPv6 and includes basic information on how to plan your deployment.
The "Routing Security Training Course" is an introductory course covering the Internet Routing Registry (IRR) usage, related tools and Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL).
The "RIPE Database Training Course" is an introductory course to the usage of the RIPE Database. It is a practical hands-on course with exercises. It covers the RIPE Database in much greater depth than the LIR Training Course
"Advanced IPv6" is a two-day IPv6 course. Topics include IGP, BGP, security and configuration. It is mandatory to have participated in the "Basic IPv6" training course before you can attend this course.
The "DNSSEC Training Course" is an introductory, hands-on course on DNSSEC. It covers basic DNS theory, public key encryption basics and guides the participants in securing their domain name servers and zones.
Workshops on a variety of topics can be offered on request.
If you have any questions about the RIPE NCC's Training Courses or the tailor-made workshops, please contact training _at_ ripe _dot_ net.