Answers, Config VM: IPv6 Static Routes

certskills
By certskills January 24, 2012 17:30

This post answers an earlier config VM piece that asked you to confiugre some IPv6 static routes. (Turns out I forgot to post the answer, so… here it is!) Since it has been so long, if you’re thinking “huh?”, click that link, check out the original config VM lab, and then read the answer here. And there’s a little hidden practice for how to shorten IPv6 addresses. Answer is below the fold; here are some quick links:

Static Routes for LAN Subnets, Plus Extra Work

Check the original post for the requirements. Here sit the answers! Ask questions if you have them.

By the way, if you build this in your lab, you should be able to ping the LAN IPv6 address of the other routers in the triangle successfully. Figure 1 repeats the original network diagram for reference.

Figure 1: Router Triangle with IPv6 Addresses

Example 4: R1 IPv6 Static Routes

Example 5: R2 IPv6 Static Routes

Example 6: R3 IPv6 Static Routes

Upcoming OSPF Config Webcast - Feb 15th
OSPF Webinar Link Plus Questions Answered
certskills
By certskills January 24, 2012 17:30
Write a comment

No Comments

No Comments Yet!

Let me tell You a sad story ! There are no comments yet, but You can be first one to comment this article.

Write a comment
View comments

Write a comment

Comment; Identify w/ Social Media or Email

Subscribe

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.

Search

Categories