IPV6 and RIPng configuration

IPV6 and RIPng configuration

In IPV6 there is no broadcast..

This exercise are based on CBT nuggets labs..We are following the steps of the famous author Jeremy Ceara.We are basically replicating his exercises.

In real life , doing GNS3 t will look like this:

So in my computer  doing this exercise that I will call it Test1  it will look like this..

Configuration for the Routers

We will build a very similar configuration in each router.. so please pay attention only to Router 1

Router 1 Configuration

You are going to bring up your router one
You are bringing a notepad because you know you are going to repeat some commands over and over in each router

Now pay attention to my commands here

FE80  = Link local adress

and now instead of subnet 122 we will wrtite subnet 123

These are the commands:
show ip int brief
int s0/0
ipv6 unicast-routing
int s0/0

ipv6 address 2001:db8:6783:122::1/64
no shut

do show ipv6 int brief
int fa0/0
no shut
ipv6 address 2001:db8:6783:123::1/64
no shut
ipv6 interface brief


conf t
ipv6 router rip ?
ipv6 router rip ripgn   (to identify the process)
int s0/0
ipv6 rip ripgn ?
ipv6 rip ripgn enable ( we are assigning to s0/0 the rip mode)

Now we are going to do the same with Fa0/0
 int fa0/0
ipv6 rip ripng enable
ctrl+ z

Router 2 Configuration


we will do show ip int brief , them please check on my results on GNS3


  Check 123 and 121 as the subnet mask..

Look what happens when you ping:

we can telnet but we haven't set a password yet..

we can see the subnet mask, the "neighbor ", because rip doesn't make properly neighbors. 

We need to do the same on Router 3. them traceroute ipv6to check the subnet mask 121 and 122 to get to our final destination

We see that they are exchanging route sucesfully.
The exercise is done

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