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CCNA Recap: IPv6



IPv6 Router Solicitation

* FF02::2

IPv6 uses an Extension Header.
A Router Solicitation w/ IPv6 looks like FF02::2

Valid IPv6 Addresses




* Eight groups of
* four hexidecimal digits that
* represent sixteen bits =
* two octects

Ipv6 Router Advertisement
* Type 134
* Prefix length must be 64 bits (4 groups)


The below has the feeling of being directly copied from somewhere, but I'm not finding where.

For the purpose of applying an access list to a particular interface, the ipv6 traffic-filter  IPv6 command is equivalent to the access-group IPv4 command. The direction in which the traffic is examined (in or out) is also required.


IPv6 address to MAC address resolution is performed through the exchange of ICMPv6 neighbor discovery packets comprised of neighbor solicitation and neighbor advertisement packets. Unless these packets are permitted on a router interface, the interface will not be able to perform MAC address resolution.

The original notes continue


IPv6 Anycast
* one to nearest comm model
* same address for multiple devices
* delivery of packets to the group interface closest to the sending device


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