This #CCNA lab features IPv6 addressing and OSPFv3. As always, the requirements in the lab give you straightforward requirements. Create your own answer first! My answer sits here below the fold.
This lab gives you a small 3-router topology, with a basic IPv6 global unicast address design, and sends you forth to configure the basics: IPv6 addressing, routing, and OSPFv3. It’s a big long for these CLI labs, but not too
This latest lab asks you to configure OSPFv3 to exchange routes in an IPv6 network. Amazingly, you can almost ignore the IPv6 addresses, at least once you believe that the addresses have been pre-configured, as is the case in this
This latest #CCNA CLI lab catches a variety of small items for OSPFv3 in an IPv6 network. Starting from a pre-configured set of routers with IPv6 addresses, this lab asks you to get OSPFv3 working, use specific router IDs, change
In this lab, you will configure global unicast addresses, rely on link local addresses only on some links, and use OSPFv3 to learn routes to the global unicast prefixes. Ready to check your work in this long-ish lab? If not,
For this latest lab, you configure IPv6 routing, addressing, and OSPFv3, all in one small lab. This next lab is rather long by comparison to most others in this series – it might take you 10-15 minutes rather than the