Fundamentals of IPv6

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Time
23 hours 18 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
23
Video Transcription
00:00
Hello and welcome back to I see anyone interconnecting Cisco networking devices. Part one. This is less than 7.1 introduction. The fundamentals of I P v six trend Darrel. Another beer structure for this course.
00:13
This wasn't recovering the basics of perversion. Six. We're gonna look at the address types. We're gonna figure out the global prefix,
00:22
and we're gonna learn a little bit about the V six submitting.
00:26
So we're gonna go over the basics in the first lesson in the 2nd 1 we're gonna look at the different address types
00:33
and quick overview here. We're gonna hit the pre assessments. What do you think is the most shortened version of that address there? Give me a few seconds.
00:44
All right, if you guess that one, you are correct. Otherwise, stick around. We'll show you how to actually
00:51
shortened the different rules that we have for shortening and lay thinning the addresses.
00:58
What do you think the global prefixes of that address
01:02
give you a few seconds?
01:06
All right. It is that one, eh?
01:11
I'll show you how to get that as well in that first lesson
01:15
and the last process, Mahir, for the introduction. What I p V six address type starts with F E 80. Now, you might have seen this one if you ran the I peek and fig, uh, or f config on your device already. So maybe you might be going together to get this one.
01:34
All right,
01:34
Hopefully got the link. Local address. Otherwise, next episode we're gonna look at the I P version six basics. We're gonna learn about the how to get the routing prefix.
01:45
Otherwise, go. If you have questions and you'll help feel free to shoot me. Message. Otherwise, thank you for washing this lesson. Introduction forward a senior. Arrest him.
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