HOW TO CONFIGURE OSPF ROUTING ON CISCO ROUTER IN CISCO PACKET TRACER (IPV6)

In this lab we will learn how to configure ospf routing on cisco routers in cisco packet tracer when using ipv6 network . OSPF stands for Open Shortest Path First and are mostly used in large enterprise networks . OSPF provides great scalability and fast convergence . In below diagram i’m using three routers and three devices
for each router . Now we will try to communicate all these three end devces using OSPF routing protocol .

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SIMPLE STEPS TO TUNNEL IPV6 OVER IPV4 IN CISCO PACKET TRACER

In this post i will show you how to configure tunnel ipv6 over ipv4 . Which means connecting two different ipv6 network through tunnel . Check the lab below to understand  it properly . As you can see red markings is ipv6 networks configured but it is interconnected with ipv4 network . So to communicate these two IPv6 networks we will make a tunnel . As you can see in picture below , tunnel is been created over ipv4 . 

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CONFIGURE STATIC ROUTING ( IPV6 ) ON CISCO ROUTER

In this post i will show you how to configure static routing on Cisco routers . I have shown in previous articles how to configure static routing in ipv4 . In this lab i have configured static routing (ipv6 ) using four routers . We use static routing  when you statically configure a router to send packets for particular destinations in preconfigured directions.

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LEARN HOW TO CONFIGURE PORT BASED SECURITY IN CISCO SWITCHES (CCNA)

In this post i will show you how to add port based security in cisco switches . When you are  Network Engineer or Network Administrator  the main problem you face is how to protect cisco switches . I have shown you how to add console password , auxillary password . But anyone can configure switches if they connect to the port of cisco switches .  If you configure port based security no one else will be able to connect to switch except your pc . 

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