- All IP addresses have been preconfigured for you.
- Do not use show run! (this will spoil the fun 🙂 use the appropiate ‘show’ and ‘debug’ commands. This will teach you the skills needed to become a true master.
- R1 is supposed to receive an IPv6 prefix from R2 through autoconfiguration but for some reason this is not working.
- R1 should have an IPv6 default route in its routing table. You are not allowed to create a default route yourself or configure a routing protocol on R1.
- R3 should be able to reach the loopback0 interface of R2 but this is not working.
- R3 and R4 are configured for OSPFv3 but for some reason no neighbor adjacency is appearing.
- R2 should be able to reach the loopback0 interface of R4 and vice versa, however this is not working as expected.
- R4 and R5 are configured for OSPFv3 on the frame-relay link. The neighbor adjacency is not working however…
- R5 and R7 are configured for IPv6 6to4 tunneling because R6 is an IPv4-only device. For some reason the tunnel is not working.
- When you are finished, R2,R3,R4,R5 and R7 should be able to ping each others loopback0 interfaces.
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