Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) extends from 32 bits (in IPv4) to 128bits the number of network address bits, which gives more than enough different Ip addresses for each networked computer on the earth worldwide. The unrestricted address field of IPv6 enables Cisco to offer stability, user interface and better security for more and newer apps and services.

Problem 1

Now see the problem below,

Please set your IP Address and follow the command below

  • hostname R1

    ipv6 unicast-routing

    ipv6 route 2001:1::/64 2012::1

    int lo 0

    ipv6 addr 2001:2::1/64

    no shutdown

    int e0/0

    ipv6 addr 2012::2/64

    no shutdown

    • hostname SW

      ipv6 unicast-routing

      ipv6 route ::/0 2012::2

      int e0/0

      no switchport

      ipv6 enable

      ipv6 addr 2012::1/64

      no shutdown

      do ping 2012::1

      do ping 2012::2

      do ping 2001:2::1

    • Apply VLAN 10 to the switch,

      • int vlan 10

        ipv6 enable

        ipv6 addr 2001:1::FFFF/64

        no shutdown

        int e0/0

        switch mode access

        sw access vlan 10

        int vlan 10

        no ipv6 nd suppress-ra

      • VPC

        • ip 2001:1::1/64 2001:1::FFFF

          show ipv6

          ping 2001:1::1

          ping 2001:1::FFFF

          ping 2012::1

          ping 2012::2

          sh ipv6

          sh ip

        • When you ping there will be shown like this,