Free CCNA Lab Configuring IPV6 Static Routing

IPV6-Static-Routing







In this Free CCNA Lab you will configure three routers in a simple IPv6 configuration. Routing will be established using Static routes. Finally you will use the Show and Ping commands verify and test the configuration and connectivity of the network.

 Objectives:

  • Enable IPv6 Unicast Routing.
  • Configure IPv6 addresses.
  • Configure Static routes.
  • Verify the IPv6 configuration.

You can configure a static IPv6 route to be redistributed into a routing protocol, but you cannot redistribute routes learned by a routing protocol into the static IPv6 routing table. Before configuring a static IPv6 route, you must enable the forwarding of IPv6 traffic on the router using the ipv6 unicast-routing command and enable IPv6 on at least one interface by configuring an IPv6 address or explicitly enabling IPv6 on that interface.

To configure a static IPv6 route for a destination network with the prefix 8eff::0/32, a next-hop gateway with the global address 4fee:2343:0:ee44::1, and an administrative distance of 110, enter the following command:

R1(config)# ipv6 route 8eff::0/32 4fee:2343:0:ee44::1 distance 110
Syntax: ipv6 route <dest-ipv6-prefix>/<prefix-length> <next-hop-ipv6-address> [<metric>] [distance <number>]

To configure a static IPv6 route for a destination network with the prefix 8eff::0/32 and a next-hop gateway with the link-local address fe80::1 that the router can access through Ethernet interface 3/1, enter the following command:

R1(config)# ipv6 route 8eff::0/32 ethernet 1 fe80::1
Syntax: ipv6 route <dest-ipv6-prefix>/<prefix-length> <interface> <port> <next-hop-ipv6-address> [<metric>] [distance <number>]

To configure a static IPv6 route for a destination network with the prefix 8eff::0/32 and a next-hop gateway that the router can access through tunnel 1, enter the following command:

R1(config)# ipv6 route 8eff::0/32 tunnel 1
Syntax: ipv6 route <dest-ipv6-prefix>/<prefix-length> <interface> <port> [<metric>] [distance <number>]

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3 Responses to “Free CCNA Lab Configuring IPV6 Static Routing”

  1. francois says:

    Merci
    Pour les LAB
    Ils sont super

  2. Dragon says:

    Hi,

    Wondering if labs have answers notes. please let me know thanks,

    Lee

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