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Assign IPv6 Address on router and PC using cisco packet tracer.In this lab we will learmn how to Assign IPV6 address on Router Interfaces and PC.

To understand ipv6 address assignment we will take an example lab 1 router and 2 Computers as you can see in below network topology diagram.

Basically in this Lab you will Learn to Configure Router Interfaces for IPv6.

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When we talk about internet or any network or networking, the first thing comes in our mind is ip address.Today here i am going to brief IP.There are a lot of confusion among newbie reated to IP,IP ADDRESS and IP ADDRESSING.Some think IP and IP ADDRESS are two different thing,but some think both are same.Few are confused when people talk about IP ADDRESSING. If you want o understand the INTERNET or any NETWORK you must know what IP is.That’s why today i have decided to write a short note on IP here.

What is IP?

IP is communication protocol of TCP/IP suit which is used within a network or outside a network or between two or more networks.

What is IP ADDRESS?

IP ADDRESS is a numeric address used by communicating device using TCP/IP suite for the purpose of communication and  it also to define a device uniquely in a network(which means in a network no two device can have same ip address).

 

What is IP ADDRESSING?

It is just an addressing structure to implement IP ADDRESS.

 

Version of IP ADDRESS.

There are two version of IP ADDDRESS:

1.IPv4 (32 bit)

2.IPv6 (128 bit)

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 Range Of IP Addresses:

Class A   0.0.0.0     –   127.255.255.255
Class B   128.0.0.0 –   191.255.255.255
Class C   192.0.0.0 –   223.255.255.255
Class D  224.0.0.0 –   239.255.255.255
Class E   240.0.0.0 –  255.255.255.255

 Public IP Address And A Private IP Address

   Public Address – Unique Address That Is Assigned To A Company.
 
   Private Address – Theses Addresses are Not Recognized By The Internet And Can Be Used By Anyone Within Their Private Network.

 

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Resolving IPv6 L3 to L2 MAC ADDRESSES

IPv6 L3 to L2 Ethernet Mapping Using NDP(Network Discovery Protocol)

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