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200-301 V1 Ch25: Configure IPv6 Routing

Config Lab: IPv6 Special Addresses 2

Config Lab: IPv6 Special Addresses 2

🕔21:05, 28.Sep 2021 This latest config lab takes a backwards approach to configuration. In this case, it starts with a bunch of show commands, and asks you to derive some of the key configuration items on several routers. The theme: IPv6 addressing. By Read Full Article
Config Lab: IPv6 Static Routes 3

Config Lab: IPv6 Static Routes 3

🕔17:05, 28.Sep 2021 Although this lab’s title is “IPv6 Static Routes 3”, it might be better called “Convoluted Fun with overlapping IPv6 Static Routes using Administrative Distance”. The purpose of the lab is to exercise a couple of specific ideas: how a router Read Full Article
Config Lab: IPv6 Static Routes 2

Config Lab: IPv6 Static Routes 2

🕔15:05, 28.Sep 2021 IPv6 routing has many similarities with IPv4 routing; however, the length of the IPv6 addresses can sometimes get in the way of learning the main concepts. This next lab removes those barriers with a straightforward IPv6 static route configuration lab. Read Full Article
Config Lab: IPv6 Static Routes 1

Config Lab: IPv6 Static Routes 1

🕔13:05, 28.Sep 2021 Ever get tired of sifting through the details of seemingly random IPv6 addresses? Well, today’s lab gives you yet another quick config exercise while using very easy-to-remember IPv6 addresses and prefixes. The task today: configuring static IPv6 routes. All the Read Full Article
IPv6 Addresses on Hosts: Cert Guide PT Labs for ICND1 Chapter 32

IPv6 Addresses on Hosts: Cert Guide PT Labs for ICND1 Chapter 32

🕔09:05, 13.Aug 2019

Static routes may be the exception for most networks, but they make a great learning tool for newbies. The ICND1 100-105 book’s Chapter 32 hits static IPv6 routes (along with connected routes). Come join the fun with some Packet Tracer

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Answers: IPv6 Static Routes 3

Answers: IPv6 Static Routes 3

🕔09:10, 17.Aug 2016

This most recent lab asked you to configure a bunch of static IPv6 routes on the same router. Some had the exact same destination subnet, and some created host routes that overlapped with other static routes. And all were assigned

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