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Cisco Self-Study: Implementing IPv6 Networks (IPV6) by Régis Desmeules

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Static IPv6 Routes

This section describes the commands used to configure static IPv6 routes. As with IPv4, the static IPv6 routes are added manually in the router's configuration. The syntax for IPv6 static configurations differs from the equivalent commands in IPv4.

Configuring Static IPv6 Routes

The ipv6 route command adds static IPv6 routes. This command is equivalent to the ip route command in IPv4. As soon as the destination IPv6 network has been specified, the route must point to either a next-hop IPv6 address or a router's interface, as shown in the following:

Router(config)#ipv6 route
							ipv6-prefix/prefix-length {next-hop | interface}
  [distance]

The ipv6-prefix parameter is the destination IPv6 network. The prefix-length is the length ...

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