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Answers: OSPFv3 Costs and Multipath

Answers: OSPFv3 Costs and Multipath

🕔09:05, 9.Dec 2015

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

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OSPFv3 Costs and Multipath

OSPFv3 Costs and Multipath

🕔09:05, 7.Dec 2015

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

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Answers: IPv6 Addressing with OSPFv3

Answers: IPv6 Addressing with OSPFv3

🕔09:05, 19.Nov 2015

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,

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IPv6 Addressing with OSPFv3

IPv6 Addressing with OSPFv3

🕔09:05, 17.Nov 2015

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

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Answers: Basic OSPFv3

Answers: Basic OSPFv3

🕔09:05, 4.Sep 2015

This lab asks you to configure OSPFv3 for an IPv6 network, from a starting point of having all the IPv6 addresses configured on the routers in the network. For this lab, you add a few optional parameters in addition to

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Basic OSPFv3

Basic OSPFv3

🕔09:05, 1.Sep 2015

When used for IPv6, OSPF uses a straightforward interface-focused configuration. As a result, you do not even have to know the IPv6 addresses or subnets when configuring OSPF – all you have to know is which interfaces are in which

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Answers, Config VM: IPv6 Static Routes

Answers, Config VM: IPv6 Static Routes

🕔17:30, 24.Jan 2012

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

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Config Museum: IPv6 Static Routes

Config Museum: IPv6 Static Routes

🕔07:00, 5.Nov 2011

This blog post begins with a router triangle, IPv6 addresses, and working interfaces. All routers can ping their own IPv6 addresses, but the routers only know their own IPv6 connected routes. Your job: Add static IPv6 routes for the LAN

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Answer, Config Museum Lab: IPv6 Addressing

Answer, Config Museum Lab: IPv6 Addressing

🕔08:49, 2.Nov 2011

This blog post simply lists the answers to the earlier lab exercise from a few days ago. This post makes no sense without the first one, so don’t look until you read the other post. No guile, no tricks, just

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Config Museum: IPv6 Addressing

Config Museum: IPv6 Addressing

🕔07:00, 29.Oct 2011

This blog post creates one of what may be many posts in a concept called the Config Museum. Years from now, this concept may really be a museum of configuration exercises and answers. But just like a museum holds lots

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