Lab-Assigning IPv6 Address and Configure Static IPv6 Routing

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Create DateAugust 26, 2017


  • Set Up topology or download Topology and Configure Basic setting for Router 
  • Configure IPv6 Addresses for Router and Computers
  • Verify IPv6 Configuration and End-to-End Connectivity by Ping command and data transferring

 Background of the Lab

This is the practice lab for the students to configure hosts and device interfaces with IPv6 addresses and look at how the all-router multicast group is assigned to a router. You will use show commands to view IPv6 unicast and multicast addresses. You will also verify end-to-end connectivity using the ping command. This lab is consist of following steps.

Step 1            Assign IPv6 address to Router0 Interfaces

Step 2            Assign IPv6 address to Router1 Interfaces

Step 3            Enable IPv6 Routing on both Routers

Step 5            Assign IPv6 address to PCs

Step 6            Configure Static IPv6 routing on both Routers

Step 8            Verify router configuration and end-to-end connectivity

If you have a real router then setup the topology according to the topology diagram given above. If you have no router, then you can do this with Cisco packet tracer. You can download Cisco Packet tracer from here. You can also download the above topology from here. Here we will discuss the Cisco packet tracer topology.