The Configure IPv4, IPv6 Addressing and Routing module provides you with the instruction and server hardware to develop your hands on skills in the defined topics. This module includes the following exercises:
- Configure the Network to use an ISATAP Router
- Setup Network Connectivity between IPv4 and IPv6 devices
- Static Routing
- Dynamic Routing
The following exam objectives are covered in this lab:
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Exercise 1 - Configure the Network to use an ISATAP Router
Intra-site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol or ISATAP is a bridge-over technology that enables IPv4-only networks and devices to communicate with the more evolved IPv6-only counterparts. In this context, an ISATAP router is an essential element of any network that can be utilized to communicate with the more advanced IPv6 networks or devices; or is to be itself upgraded from the current IPv4 support to IPv6 support. ISATAP is a built-in feature for Windows Vista and later, and Windows Server 2008 and later versions.
You configure a Windows Server 2008 R2 host to operate as an ISATAP router. The configuration enables the host to send out messages offering ISATAP addressing and routing information to the ISATAP-enabled devices. This configuration uses CLI commands as, currently, no GUI is available to configure these hosts.
In this exercise, you will configure one of the hosts on the network to operate as an ISATAP router.
Exercise 2 - Setup Network Connectivity between IPv4 and IPv6 devices
With the environment configured in exercise 1 to support an ISATAP router, you will now setup network communication session amongst IPv4-only network and IPv6-only network.
Exercise 3 - Static Routing
In this exercise you will learn how to configure static routes and compare them with dynamic routes in a routed network. Please refer to your course material or use your favourite search engine to read up on the following topics:
- Static routes in Microsoft Windows
- Configuring Static routes using Cisco routers
Exercise 4 - Dynamic Routing
In this next exercise you will learn about dynamic routing and how this can help in maintaining routing tables on device in your network. Use your course information or your favourite search engine to find information on the following topics
- Cisco dynamic routing protocols
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