Time
13 hours 57 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
14

Video Transcription

00:00
alone. Welcome back, Tyson. Do you want interconnecting Cisco networking devices? Part one? This is less than 7.4. Introduction I P v six routing
00:09
I trained there. When I'm instructor for this course. In this lesson of recovering the how to set up connected on local routes, we're gonna configure a few static routes in the lab demonstration.
00:20
So the first lesson we're gonna look at the connecting local routes, how they're configured, when how to get them to work. And then the second episode we're going to figure a few static, grossly. Between are just small lab network and the last time. So we're gonna I'm gonna show you some basic trouble student concepts and some ideas that should help you along
00:38
in the exam or in real life.
00:42
So is always quick Pre assessment here. Hopefully, you guys should remember this one. It will be the same as for epi. Four verse I p v six. So what is the administrative distance of a static route? I'll give you three seconds.
00:57
All right. Hopefully you got one
01:00
murder connected, right? Zero
01:03
90 is Yadier P and 1 10 iso SPF.
01:07
And hopefully should have this one as well by now. What is the binary of seven? Give me a few seconds.
01:17
All right. Helpful you got? Be. Remember, the
01:21
should be one plus two plus four going from right to left.
01:25
Which is something.
01:27
So in the last process from here, what is the prefects? Length of a manual host route.
01:34
So think about this for a second. Think about how many bits are in a
01:38
full PV six address. Think about what a host route looked like for a PV four and see for yourself.
01:48
All right, Hopefully you got 1 28
01:51
and accept. So we're gonna be looking at the connected on local routes of I. P. Burton six. And it always forgets have questions. Need help. Feel free to shoot the message. Otherwise, thank you for watching this lesson introduction. I look forward to seeing the rest of it

Up Next

CCNA ICND1

This course will enable students to understand virtualization and cloud services, and network programmability related to LAN, access and core segments.

Instructed By

Instructor Profile Image
Trenton Darrow
Network Engineer at NCI Information Systems, Inc
Instructor