Chapter 22. IPv6 Routing Operation and Troubleshooting
The first step in troubleshooting any networking technology is to understand what should happen under normal conditions. Then, the troubleshooting process can compare the current network behavior with what should be happening, looking for differences, until the root cause of those differences can be found.
This chapter begins with a review of the ICND1 book’s discussion about how IPv6 works normally. Thankfully, IPv6 has many similarities to IPv4, other than the obvious differences in addressing. This section builds on those similarities and summarizes the core features of IPv6 to set the stage for a discussion of troubleshooting IPv6.
The second major section of the chapter examines a variety ...