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Hello and welcome back to I see anyone interconnecting Cisco Networking devices Part one. This is absolute 742 be connected in local routes of I p. Version six. I'm trading their own a beer structure for this course. Last year we went over the 7.1 overview, the intro with some pre assessment questions,
and this is sort of recovering the connected and the local routes for the concepts and a quick demonstration of it.
So we're going over the connection local route. It's kind of like a review from my P version forks. It's very similar to I p version six And then we're gonna go ahead and I'm gonna show you how we add a connected on local route.
Hopefully remember this. What is the prefix for a host slash local route? I'll give you a few seconds.
All right. It is 1 28 and I'll show you here in a second.
So connect the local routes. It's the same as I papers before you connected. Local routes are based on the I. P s on the interface and being in an up in upstate. So without being in an up in upstate, you're not gonna have a connected route. It has to be a pinup.
When you have a P address on interfaces automatically can create that connected routes
based off of that sub net or that prefix for the interface. You by then you're gonna have a connected and a local just like an I p version. For remember that host or the local route is gonna have a slash 1 28 sub net or prefix. However you wanna look at it
and then we'll have the actual prefix for the connected rope.
The link. Local addresses do not get routes created for them, even though the local addresses air created automatically. Right.
And remember, if the interface is not in and up enough state, the route is going to be removed from that routing table. So go ahead and bring up the party session here. I have just my
broader one currently. So if I just do a show I p version six
We currently have no interfaces
and show I P versus six routes. We should have nothing.
Okay, so we're gonna go into figuration terminal. I have the serial interface
hooked up to a router to currently.
So let's go ahead and throw an address on here. Version six.
We want to do a
happy. So I have one.
And this is gonna be number one on a slash 64.
So here is where you said to you I we don't need to do that.
So now if I end show I p the six interface Brief
Rio Now we have. So, like I said, link locals automatically created. And if you notice there is something funny it is that you I 64
and here we have our address for the one that we just said The global unit cast its know if we do a show I p version six route
here is our connected wrote.
And we have our local route with the 1 28 there as well. You know, it's the administrative distance of zero for being a connected or local routes. Where is a static route will have admin of one.
And here's that.
So it's a simple is that to add You're connected in local routes.
All right, so if we go do a recap right here? Um, we you know, we looked over the connection local routes again. It's, you know, basically the same idea and principles his I p version for. Just know that you know it's created. Assumes you give it I p address the link. Local addresses, remember, Do not get a connected route.
We just did a quick demonstration of it. How to add it. We're gonna go ahead, move into the pool assessment here. When is a connected route added to the routing table? Think about a four second. There might be more than one answer.
All right, Hopefully you got after the unit cast addresses created. And when that interfaces in a up in upstate, it has to be both that cannot
be in an open up.
So in the next episode, we're going to go ahead and good figures of static routes. We're gonna go ahead and finish up that lab diagram. I'm gonna show you that we'll connect it to a router to,
as always, If you guys that questions need help, feel free to shoot me. Message. Otherwise, thanks for watching this episode. Look for the senior. The rest of
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