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IPv6 Static Routes (On Cisco Routers)

Author: gokhankosem, on 20 Jun 12 - 2 Comments
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On Cisco routers to create a static route for IPv6, we use the similar commands with IPv4. We can make this configuration with three ways :

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2 comments for “IPv6 Static Routes (On Cisco Routers)”

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TZ

Hi Kosem,
like to know ..if i connect the r11 router to the layer 2 switch through fa0/0 then i give the ip for the fa0/0 2001:200:abcd::1/66 its working..or can u give me example configuration…Thanks

March 29th, 2012 at 09:40
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gokhankosem

Hi TZ,
You can assign an ip address to the vlan interface of a layer 2 switch. The detailed link can also help you;)
https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/14861

April 11th, 2012 at 20:34

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