This week we focus on learning about IPV6 addressing.
Now we will learn about IPV6 addressing . . .
·Watch LinkedIn Learning video about IPV6:
Introducing IPv6 from the course: Networking Foundations: IP Addressing
·Watch another LinkedIn Learning video about IPV6 static and dynamic routing: Learning IPv6 with Mark Jacob
As a networking professional you must be able to implement IPV6 for forward compatibility
·Use Cisco Packet Tracer to layout a small network using IPV6
·Practice dynamic and static routing using IPV6
·Ensure that it is working by using the PING command in DOS, or any other utility to ensure connectivity.
·Update the project Packet Tracer layout to include the IPV6 addressing scheme.
·Use diagnostic commands to identify problem areas, attempt to ping different “nodes” or “hops” to identify where the “fault” is.
·Ensure that traffic is routed properly within the network.
For your task, prepare a 250 word paper describing whether IPV6 or IPV4 would be better for your project. Make sure you explain your choice.
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