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alone. Welcome back by Cindy one interconnecting Cisco Networking devices. Part one, this is Lesson 7.2. Introduction I P v. Six addressing on routers.
I'm surrendering all very structure for this course. This lesson will be covering how the different addresses are added to the rotors,
the different multicast address and a few other addresses, subjects.
And the first thing video. We're gonna implement a few unique *** addresses on routers and in the next. In the last episode, we're going to go over some of the other every router addresses.
And it was quick pre assessments in the intro. What is the multi cast address for all nodes?
I'll give you a few seconds.
All right. It is F F zero to Colin, Colin one
and the next one. What is the U Y 64 address portion for the Mac address There.
Give you a few seconds.
All right. If you got see, you would be correct. And we'll be going over that and how to build those and how to figure all that out.
And the last pre assessment. Hopefully, you guys should actually know this one. What is the hex equivalent for binary at 1010 Give me a few seconds.
All right. It is Letter A.
And the next episode we're gonna go through implementing a few unit cast addresses on the routers,
and those of us have questions. Need help. Feel free to shoot me a message. Otherwise, thank you for watching this intro four to seeing us a lesson.
This course will enable students to understand virtualization and cloud services, and network programmability related to LAN, access and core segments.