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alone will come back to icy D one interconnecting Cisco networking devices. Part one. This is less than 7.3. Introduction I p v six addressing on hosts.
I'm trying narrowing of your instructor for this course
this Listen, recovering how the addresses are added to the hosts either from D h E P servers, auto configuration or both.
So first, we're gonna get the neighbor Discovery Protocol in episode 732 And in the last one, we're gonna look at the differences and stateless and state full D H, c P,
and, as always, will go through a few pre assessment questions here, see if you can, you know, 30 days out. See if you can use the Google machine and see if you could get him going.
What are the messages that are used between routers and hosts with NDP or the neighbor Discovery Protocol? I'll give you a few seconds.
All right. Hopefully you got the RS and are a, which is the router solicitation message and the router advertising message. We go on through that in the first episode.
Next, what has learned from the d h e P server in a stateless D h E P configuration. So this is where the hostess set up for a stateless D S C. P server connection.
So give me a few seconds.
All right, It on Lee learns the d n. A server in a stateless configuration like this
in the last episode here. What do you think? The addresses that the A router solicitation messages sent to. Now, if you think back to the multi cast address that we had had
previously, hopefully you can kind of figure this one out.
All right. It is f F zero to Coleman Cohen to the all routers multicast address
and the next up. So we're gonna look at the neighborhood Discovery Protocol. We're gonna look at the way it talks in between hosts and rounders and then how it's all expecting hosts and hosts.
And as always, if you have questions, need help. Feel free to shoot the message. Otherwise, thank you for watching this lesson introduction. I look forward to seeing, you know, write some
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