IPv6 Addressing on Routers

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Time
23 hours 18 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
23
Video Transcription
00:00
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.
00:10
I'm surrendering all very structure for this course. This lesson will be covering how the different addresses are added to the rotors,
00:17
the different multicast address and a few other addresses, subjects.
00:22
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.
00:32
And it was quick pre assessments in the intro. What is the multi cast address for all nodes?
00:40
I'll give you a few seconds.
00:44
All right. It is F F zero to Colin, Colin one
00:49
and the next one. What is the U Y 64 address portion for the Mac address There.
00:58
Give you a few seconds.
01:03
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.
01:11
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.
01:23
All right. It is Letter A.
01:26
And the next episode we're gonna go through implementing a few unit cast addresses on the routers,
01:33
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.
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